Hair and Skin care
Easy Cat Halloween Makeup Tutorial When it comes to Halloween, some of us is just way too busy for an extensive makeup style or just doesn't have the time to go get a costume. If you are in a hurry, why not consider this last minute Halloween cat makeup tutorial? Instead of slapping on just whatever, you still want to show up at the party looking like you did spend some time and effort on your makeup style. This cat makeup style takes about 35 minutes to do and it's your choice as to if you want to dress sexy and be a "sexy cat" or cute to be a "cute cat".
Written by Sam Sam is a 17-year-old, oddly tall guy whose love of all things skincare, makeup, and fashion started when he entered the modeling world at 14. Since then, he’s established himself as a freelance makeup artist in the theatre and fashion worlds, and started his own blog to preach the wonders of orange eyeshadow, Asian skincare, and designer fragrances to the masses. You can also follow Sam on Twitter.
Inspired by all of the bold hues and crazy prints we can’t get enough of lately, we wanted to add a splash of color into our latest how-to. This week, we’re going to show you three takes on the perfect post-make-out pout. You know the moment when your lipstick starts to fade from the outer edges of your lips, leaving a flush of color in the center? Nasty Gal Blog
Nasty Gal Blog We’re always secretly jealous of cute braiding styles we see on blogs and out in the street, but always end up opting for the five-second bun or ponytail instead. That is, until our hairstylist showed us how easy it is to re-create this awesome braid that will crown you babe for the day. Here’s how to master your favorite new braid in five simple steps. 1.
Nasty Gal Blog Let’s be real. No one actually wakes up with the big, “morning after” waves everyone lusts for. That’s why we bribed our amazing hairstylist Johnny to share his (surprisingly easy) steps to get the ‘do of our dreams. The best part? No one has to know you didn’t just roll out of bed and go. 1.
Viltu læra að kríta á þér hárið? – Leiðbeiningar og myndir Ef þú ert litaglöð og langar að prófa eitthvað nýtt í hárið er þetta kannski eitthvað fyrir þig. Sjóðheitt lúkk sem vekur athygli og hægt er að leika sér að og verða mjög góður í. Það tekur samt smá tíma og heppnast kannski ekki í fyrstu tilraun. Vertu þolinmóð.
Hey Sugar Lips | Pink Pistachio Winter have your lips crackin’ like the Sahara? And lipstick just highlights those cracks! Ew! All you’ll need is: 1 tsp of coconut oil, 1 tsp of raw honey, 1.5 – 2 TB of raw/granulated sugar mixed, and a dash of lemon juice. Don’t worry if you happen to taste it – it’s absolutely DELISH! Mix these ingredients together to make a sugary paste.
I could not count the amount of money I have wasted by throwing away makeup that I thought was trash, when I could have fixed it. There is no need to throw your money away on perfectly good makeup! If you happen to break you powder makeup, you can easily fix it with alcohol (rubbing alcohol) and patience! This works for any kind of powder based makeup, such as bronzers, blot powders, eyeshadows, whatever! As you can see I broke my favorite bronzer - MAC "Refined Golden", and instead of buying a new one, which is out in the "Style Warriors" collection, I decided to fix mine and save my money. How to: Fix your broken powder makeup
Sunshine Sugar Scrub This home-made scrub is the ideal solution for the woman that has everything. Pamper your favorite teacher with a jar for Teacher’s Appreciation Week (May 3), or indulge your Mom for Mother’s Day (May 8). (for a 12oz. jar) 2 cups brown sugar 1 cup sea salt ½ cup olive oil 1 T. honey 1 whole orange Splash vanilla In a large bowl, combine the brown sugar and salt Add the olive oil
A Pretty Life in the Suburbs: Coconut Sugar Scrub I don't know about you, but I love a good sugar scrub! My hands are so dry from all the things I do during the day, and sugar scrubs have always helped them feel and be soft. In the past I have bought them, and the last jar I had was pure luxury. It was a June Jacobs Lemon Sugar Scrub that was a gift from the hubs and I loved it! But for $60 a container, I just couldn't re-buy it!
Posted on January 18, 2012 by Christina DIY bath salts are probably the easiest and most economical DIY favors known to man, er woman – especially with this bath salts recipe. Talk about bang for your buck! Which of your female guests wouldn’t love a luxurious soak in a tub filled with gorgeous aromas and pure, skin-softening salts? I especially loved this DIY wedding project because it gave me an excuse to open my potions cupboard. You see, way back when I used to be a soap maker extraordinaire and I still have all of my luscious essential oils tucked away in a cupboard.
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Sometimes I'm just not in the mood to spend a lot of time on my hair. But at the same time, I don't want to look like a homeless hairdresser when I go to work, so I try to make my ponytails as fancy as possible. Here are ten easy ways I like to dress up my ponytail: 1.
Tough As Nails Having been a habitual nail-biter since kindergarten, Maggie has decided to finally break this bad habit and grow some "big girl nails". To help her poor, abused nails grow long and healthy, we decided to look into making a Gelatin Nail Strengthener (we found this one on eHow.com). Gelatin is a cheap, easy, and convenient way to build strong, beautiful nails!
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Since you guys wanted to see more step-by-step tutorials, I will be doing a series of makeup tutorials starting with one of my favorite looks, smoky eyes. One thing I LOVE about the smoky look is how versatile it is. You can use pretty much any color and you can go from a soft smoky to a really dramatic one. My favorite colors to use on my brown eyes are purples, blues, greens, bronzes and charcoals.
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