background preloader

Beauty

Facebook Twitter

How to Get Perfect Shapes on your Nails Update! I made an update for the "How to get perfect shapes on your nails" Post (original).

How to Get Perfect Shapes on your Nails Update!

It's a much simpler design and has very easy to follow steps. I also created this little mini quick reference "cheat sheet" for the steps. These are the materials you will need. Hole Puncher(s) I found smaller heart one at the dollar store, Nail polishes and masking tape (painters tape works also and I find it easier to work with thin tape). Paint your nails with the base color you chose. Punch out your shape with the hole puncher. Apply polish over your shape. Apply your top coat and you're done! Here is a close up look of the heart with the glitter. Another close up. Dorm Room Spa: 3 Easy DIY Beauty Recipes to Try. Photo Credit It’s that taxing in-between time of the semester again – spring break is over, papers and projects are coming due, and finals are looming ahead.

Dorm Room Spa: 3 Easy DIY Beauty Recipes to Try

It’s clear that college students are stressed right now, and with that stress comes the need for relaxation. And what better way to unwind than by pampering yourself and indulging in some me-time? Of course, as college students, we can’t all afford to shell out for a trip to a high-end spa. So how do you get all the benefits of a spa treatment without the hefty cost?

1. Photo Credit Olive oil isn’t just for cooking — it’s great for your hair, too! To give your hair a conditioning treatment, massage about 2 tablespoons of olive oil into your hair and scalp. Next, take a warm, damp towel and wrap it around your head and treated hair (“turban” it). Finally, rinse out the olive oil with shampoo. » 10 French Beauty Secrets That Don’t Require Dieting The Beauty Gypsy. » How to have the world’s smoothest legs The Beauty Gypsy. How to make your own pore strips. You know those Biore pore strips you buy at the drugstore for about $12 a pop?

How to make your own pore strips

Yeah, those. Today I’m going to teach you how to make your own homemade pore strips. Why? Because: I’m obsessed with beauty productsI’m obsessed with cheapHomemade {mostly} = cheap. Ready? Pore Strips Ingredients: Dudes, 2 ingredients and your pores will look like magic. Measure 1 Tablespoon of unflavored gelatin into a disposable container {if you put say, green jell-o on your face, there might be trouble}Add 1-2 Tablespoons of milk into the gelatinUntil it looks like thisMix it up, and be quick about it, until you get a chunky consistency. Microwave the gelatin for about 10-15 seconds. This is pre-pore strip. I chose to put the stuff all over my face because I have thirty-year-old acne. Smokin’. Let it dry for about 15+ minutes. Grab whatever you can and start peeling. It’s a good thing you can’t see the photo all that well. Clean, practically hairless, with clean, dirt-free pores. Allison Well, hello there! TIPPED OUT.

All photos: Kristin Ess + thebeautydepartment.com post designed by kristin ess Lots of emails this week asking for a tutorial on Lauren’s temporary bright colors.

TIPPED OUT

Here I’ve replicated the process for you in 7 steps on an extension. While I never recommend bleaching out the ends of your hair at home, if you want to do the fun colors yourself, maybe get the tips bleached out by a pro + then play with the temporary colors on your own. The best things about this color– you’re able to hide it in a bun for work if you need to, AND you’re only doing a couple of inches on the bottom so it won’t kill you to cut it off if you get over it quickly. TOOLS: highlighting comb, clips, foils, color brush, hair bleach with the appropriate volume (always seek a professional when using bleach), light pink color, dark pink color, light blue, dark blue, clear gloss. Step 1 Highlight the tips of the hair using hair bleach with the correct volume. Step 3 Shampoo and lightly condition bleach out of the hair.

Hot Hair Trends: Try Hair Chalking for Color without Commitment - Beauty Schools Directory Blog. If there’s one thing we know, it’s that people are always going to come up with creative ways to make a beauty statement. We have feathers, we have lobe stretching, and now we have a hot new way to add some temporary color to your locks: hair chalking.

In case you haven’t watched the how-to video above, here’s how it goes: Nab some colored chalk. You can use sidewalk chalk, but we’ve found you get more vibrant results using soft chalk pastels like the ones artists use. We’ve got some links below to show you what we mean.You either soak your chalk in water or wet down small sections of your hair.You rub the chalk product into those sections.If you’re using pastels, then you just need to set it with heat. And that’s…about it. What do you guys think? Try these colored chalks to do hair chalking at home: [polldaddy poll=5690063] Tags: hair chalking, hair color, hair dos, hair trends, hair tutorials, hairstyling, Hairstyling.

NYX Professional Make Up Brush MB08. Tops Sleeveless Short Sleeve Tees Long Sleeve Outerwear Bottoms Pants & Jeans Leggings & Tights Shorts & Bermudas.

NYX Professional Make Up Brush MB08