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Pink Poodle Nails Give in to your desire to be a child of the 50's with these retro nails . Dima Nails Art enthusiasts will love these bold nails, inspired by the icon himself, Dima Drjuchin . Futuristic French Surprisingly, vibrant shades work well with a french style mani , and even better with an extra splash of shimmer.
If you’re like me, you love the idea of a simple and effortless updo but hate actually having to create it. I always get lost in a sea of bobby pins and hairspray and it never turns out how I planned. Well, here is an extremely easy updo from So Much to Smile About that hopefully won’t leave you tangled!
By Sheila So, you have a favorite eyeshadow, pressed powder, or blush you absolutely cannot live without. Life happens, and sometimes before you even realize it, you find yourself the owner of your favorite product, smashed into 5 million little pieces. When your powder cosmetics are broken into 5 million pieces, you can always put them in a small container and use as a loose shadow, but you DO have the option of fixing the products so it’s almost as good as new.
Sometimes you want to have a short hair day, but without the commitment of actually getting your hair cut! Here's a fun and cute way to style your long locks into a short bob do. Enjoy! 1. Divide your hair into two sections, from one ear to another. 2. Pin up the top section, just to keep it out of the way. 3.
I'm obsessed with metallic hair cuffs on high and low-slung ponytails - so simple yet classy! The best part is that it's a super easy, quick, and cheap DIY. Three DIY options : 1. Sandra from 5 inch and up uses some metal rings which are normally used for wine bottles to prevent the drops from running down the bottle neck.
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I was chatting with someone on my flight back from my vacation. She lived in another country where salons are hard to come by or if they are around, they aren't very good. So, sometimes a girl has got to depend on herself. You can make one on your own so easily. So when I described it to her, she loved it and she said I just have to put it up online. So here goes:
I know many people who have used the same makeup style for a long while, not because it’s the favorite, but because it’s the only one they know how to do. Maybe it’s just one shadow applied to whole lid, maybe two shadows mixed together from the middle of the lid, or something similar. I decided to make this post to give you some ideas of how to use you darker shadows differently! Highlights: Makeup is after all just play with lights and shadows, and to use lighter shades to bring certain spots up more than others, and other points are made darker, so that they look like they’re deeper. My highlight spots are in the inner corner of the eye, in the middle of the lid, and on the brow bone.