Friday, February 28, 2014

How Do You Like My Make Up

I've been sitting here for the past couple hours figuring out what to post, so i decided to show you guys what my make up looked like. Comment below about your opinions on this look. 
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Beauty Wishlist of The Week

So I decided to do a Beauty wishlist for today and for every friday. I've had these products on my wishlist for quite a while now, and couldn't resist from sharing. You can find the links to the products under the picture. 

What beauty products are on your beauty wishlist for this week? Have any of these products? How do you like them?

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Homemade Face Scrub for Dry Skin

One thing that I have a problem with is dry skin, especially on my face. I hate when I go out into public and have a bunch of dry skin just falling off of my face and making my foundation look horrible. I have found some easy homemade face scrub recipes that you will just have to try.

Facial Scrub Recipes
Honey-Orange Scrub: 
  • 2 tbsp of orange peel powder
  • 2 tbsp of oats
  • 1 tbsp of honey 
  • Adjust consistency, with a small amount of water

Coffee, Sugar, and Cinnamon Scrub:
  • 6 tbsp, finely ground coffee beans
  • 6 tbsp of sugar
  • 1 tbsp of cinnamon
  • 1/4 cup of organic olive oil 

Pumpkin, Sugar, and Spice Scrub:
  • 1/2 cup canned pumpkin, purred 
  • 1/2 cup dark brown sugar
  • 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon

Banana Sugar Scrub:
  • 1 rip banana, smashed
  • 3 tbsp granulated sugar
  • 1/4 tbsp vanilla extract
General Scrub Procedure
  1. Remove makeup and rinse face with warm water.
  2. Place a warm wash cloth on face for 3 minutes.
  3. Apply scrub in a upward circular motion, and let it sit on face for a couple minutes.
  4. rinse with warm water, then pat to dry.
  5. Apply your fave moisturizer product
  6. Enjoy your smooth skin!  
Tell me which scrub was your favorite. Have a lovely night. :)

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Five Healthy Hair Tips You Can't Live With Out!!

1. Always take time in finding a shampoo that cleans well and doesn't leave build. A shampoo that lathers less can prevent build up, damage, and scalp irritation. The shampoo I recommend that you use is L'Oreal EverStrong sulfate-free shampoo.

2. Don't wash your hair daily. Washing your hair everyday can strip the natural oils. Instead, you should wash your hair every other day. On the days you don't wash your hair use a dry shampoo product such as Dove's invigorating Refresh + Care Dry Shampoo.

3. Need Something to Hydrate that Dry Hair? Mix half a cup of Aloe Vera juice and 2 tbsp of olive oil or any other essential oil you prefer. Apply this mixture to scalp after shampooing and conditioning your hair, then rinse.  This mixture will prevent hair loss, moisturize, prevents oily hair, and reduces dandruff. 

4. Never ever go to bed with wet hair. If you go to bed with wet hair, your scalp pores can grow bacteria and fungus, YUCK who would ever want that. It can also cause your hair to get damaged. So, take the time to blow dry your hair.

5. Use a humidifier at night, especially during winter. The heat keeps the air dry, which can cause your 
hair to dry out.

I hope you guys enjoyed this post. Please leave me some feedback and tell me what you guys would like to see on my blog. Have a wonderful day. :)


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