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Homemade Baby / Makeup Remover / Cleaning Wipes. If you’ve read my blog lately…you’ll know I’m kind of on a “homemade” kick.

Homemade Baby / Makeup Remover / Cleaning Wipes

Not necessarily homemade cookies, cakes and buns….but more along the lines of cleaning supplies, beauty products, etc. I haven’t gone off the deep end and started making my own dishes or shoes or anything like that (of course, never say never!) But more and more I find myself looking for alternatives to the high-priced, over-packaged, chemical-filled stuff. Sure it’s economical, sure it’s the “green” thing to do…but quite frankly…I like the feeling of accomplishment, and sticking it to the big corporations that market this stuff, more. :-) One thing I still buy and use are those disposable make-up remover cleansing cloths. Problem is…those makeup remover cloths are EXPEN$IVE! Tonight I saw an idea at WhiteHouseBlackShutters.com for making your own baby/makeup remover wipes with all-natural ingredients you probably already have around the house. The process is so simple I’m not sure you even need a “tutorial”. Joyful Ruffle Neck Top. Last week I showed you the top I made for my MIL’s B-day, remember?

Well today is My Mom’s B-day! So Feliz Cumpleaños Mamá!! And as part of the celebration, I will show you how to make this top! Maybe it can be the Mom’s B-day Top!! The process is not very complicated and if you are making one for yourself I will describe the measurements I took, so you can adapt them to fit you. For the top I used some left overs I had of red polka-dot Chiffon, and I wear the top with something under it because the fabric is see trough, but you can make it with your choice of fabric, so you can wear it alone.

Round: Where to contour, How to Contour Your Face. Round: Where to contour Step 1: Apply contouring product to the following areas: under your cheekbones, along your jawline, your temples, along the sides and tip of your nose, and the crease of the eye.

Round: Where to contour, How to Contour Your Face

Step 2: Apply highlighter to these areas: underneath your brow bone, your eyelid, the bridge of your nose, and your cheekbones. Tip: Krizki says to highlight the center of your face as much as possible in order to draw attention to the center of your face (instead of the roundness of your jawline). SEE NEXT PAGE: Round: The final look. Best Budget Makeup – Find the Best Makeup for Any Budget on ELLE. How to Look Thinner - Ways to Look Thin. Makeup and Cosmetics. Add products of choice to shopping bag and enter coupon code at checkout exactly how it appears.

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Your personal secret discount will automatically be applied to the first $20 of product and deducted from the total. Maximum discount $10. Cannot be combined with any other offers or applied to previous purchases. Excludes Holiday Geo Palette Collection, Beauty Bundle plans, and Gift Cards. Offer valid online only. Top 10 Wacky Beauty Tips That Actually Work. In: Video Games, top 10April 2, 2014Top 10 Video Game Mythshosted by Dan ParadisSometimes the rumors become more interesting than the games themselves.

Top 10 Wacky Beauty Tips That Actually Work

Join and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 myths in Video Games. Special thanks to our users tom dray, David tucker Jr and Tristan Brown fo PLAY VIDEO in: Film, comic book originsApril 1, 2014Superhero Origins: Cyborghosted by Dan ParadisHalf man, half machine, but all hero. Join WatchMojo as we explore the comic book origins of Victor Stone, otherwise known as Cyborg. Special thanks to our users Austin Devine and Dwain9695 for submitting the idea on our WatchMojo.com/suggest page! 10 Cosmetic Uses for Everyday Foods. The folds in a chef’s hat are supposed to symbolize the number of ways that chef knows how to prepare an egg, but we’re sure there’s at least one missing: as a facial mask. Many common foods can be used as cosmetics with surprisingly good results. So no matter your motivation (you want to save a few dollars, up your green quotient, or just find a novel way to pass the time), here are 10 cosmetic uses for food that are just as good, if not better, than their store-bought counterparts.

(A word to the wise: If you have sensitive skin or processed hair, try these remedies on a small patch of skin or hair first.) 1. Egg White Mask. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6 secrets I learned at makeup artist school. Total-beauty TODAY Style TODAY Jan. 12, 2012 at 9:50 AM ET Totalbeauty.com / By Sharon Yi, TotalBeauty.com You could say that I have a love/hate relationship with makeup.

6 secrets I learned at makeup artist school

But then there are those days when my liner refuses to go on straight, my bronzer makes me look like an Asian Snookie, or my lashes refuse to curl. I had one of those days last week, and after walking into work wearing two very different winged tips on my eyes, my editor assigned me a new story: Go to makeup school and write about it. Want to see the best techniques I picked up without spending the thousands of dollars (and crazy amount of time) it takes to go to makeup school yourself? Lesson No. 1: Spend some bucks on your tools.