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Is it Safe to Wash Your Makeup Brushes With Baby Shampoo?

When it comes to makeup application, brushes and tools are sometimes just as, if not more important than the makeup you are using itself. Better yet, the care and cleaning of them is more important than both combined together. Makeup and brushes are two things you’ve probably invested in, so taking care of them is essential. Many people are under the impression that because baby shampoo is safe for babies, it’s safe and gentle enough for makeup brushes, but this couldn’t be further from the truth… Just like how you wouldn’t wash your dishes with hand soap because it is anti-bacterial, or just like how you wouldn’t rub chili powder over your skin just because it’s an edible food item, you shouldn’t wash your makeup brushes with baby shampoo.

Makeup brushes are usually made out of bristles that are either natural or synthetic, natural bristles are usually made from animal hair. As you can guess the genetic make up and compound of both synthetic and animal hair is much different than the hair on a humans head.

The top three reasons you shouldn’t use baby shampoo to clean your makeup brushes:

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@Regrann from @joyjah - Hashtag #HAIRGOALS 😭🔥 It’s been a long journey.. over 4 years of healthy hair care practices & it’s so worth it! 💯 Here’s some #tips to keep in mind… I got you boo.. 😉 I ensure my hair is moisturized at all times by using a leave in conditioner. I deep condition once a week and sometimes create my own DIY concoction with eggs, banana, mayo, honey, all that good stuff. I sleep with my big ol’ satin bonnet honey, hardly ever shampoo and I make sure all my products are sulphate free, paraben and mineral oil free. Now for the #GROWTH Countless scalp massages with natural oils from @tropicisleliving for growth & added moisture! There products are so incredibly amazing man! 🙌🏼 Plus I’ve been taking @sugarbearhair for the pass year! 🌟💗 My hair has been growing like a weed and this is the longest it’s ever been.. 😭 All in all 3 words sums up my healthy hair journey #love #determination & #persistence if I can do it…… 😉
Song: Unforgettable by @frenchmontana FT @swaelee 🔥#LuvYourMane #naturalhair #blackgirlmagic #blackgirlsrock #melanin #3chair #curls #curlyhair #4chair #naturalhairstyles #teamnatural

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Feel like fries, don’t feel like consuming fried food? Clean cooking brings you a healthier alternative - these lightly baked fries are as crunchy and delicious as they get! 

Gluten Free | Dairy Free | Sugar Free | Nut Free | Lactose Free | Sulphate Free Fructose Friendly | Vegan Friendly 

Ingredients: (serves 2)
2 regular potatoes
2 sweet potatoes
2 tbsp of coconut oil
1 tsp rosemary
1 tsp himalayan salt 

1. Wash potatoes and halve lengthways
2. Pre-head oven to 200 degrees celcius
3. Using a large pot, boil potatoes on the stove until almost done
4. Peel (optional) and cut potatoes into long rectangles approx 2cm in width
5. Line a baking tray with baking paper and lay potato pieces lined up evenly
6. Using a brush, apply coconut oil to lightly cover potatoes 
7. Bake until golden and slightly brown, remove from heat and set on a cooling tray to crisped up
8. Sprinkle with rosemary and salt, serve! 


Dandruff Solutions for Natural Hair

I usually don’t like to talk about specific products I use because I don’t think they are what is really important. However, one product that has made a noticeable difference in my hair has been the Terrensentials Lavender Garden Hair Wash.

Although I used a (sulphate-free) shampoo every time I wash my hair, I would notice that I still had flakes in my scalp. I tried various products that just didn’t work. The Head & Shoulders left my hair feeling very stripped and straw-like. The ACV was a pain to use and it smelt really bad. Neither products made much of a difference to my scalp.

The only product that made the difference for me was the Terresentials Mud Wash. Not only does it effectively clean my scalp, but it leaves my hair feeling soft and conditioned. I can’t say that this will work for everyone, but it has been great for me so I thought I would share it with you guys!

How I use the product: I use the mud wash in combination with my regular sulphate free conditioner. I mix the mud wash with water in an applicator bottle and pour it all over my scalp and hair. I massage it in for a few seconds, then rinse it out. I follow with a co-wash. 

(NB: I was not sponsored by Terresentials to write this post, and I bought these products myself!)

There are a few things in this world that never mix well: diets and French fries, happy hour and texting your ex, and until now, oil and self-tanner. Although oil usually breaks down DHA (the coloring agent in self-tanner), St. Tropez, the gold (er, bronze) standard of sunless tanning, has done the unthinkable by combining the two notoriously incompatible ingredients in a cutting-edge new body bronzer. With the latest technology, this elixir conditions skin, leaving it hydrated and supple, while delivering a healthy tan. Below we break down the breakthrough self-tanner. RENEE TRILIVAS

This refined dry oil—which took two years to perfect—sinks into skin without a trace of greasy residue. With a unique emulsification process that blends oil and water in a single phase, this self-tanner formula ensures an even distribution of DHA and hydrating oils for a uniform glow.

Packed with conditioning Brazilian nut oil, this advanced bronzing elixir quenches thirsty skin for up to a week. The paraben, sulphate, and phthalate-free solution is also loaded with protective antioxidants like vitamin A and E that shield skin from free radical damage.

Spiked with a trio of essential oils, this self-tanner leaves behind the fresh fragrance of neroli, lemongrass, and grapefruit.

With a 100-percent natural DHA, this lavish formula produces natural-looking color that lasts up to ten days. Plus, the formula is flecked with bronze pigments for an instant sheen that helps guide color application.

After exfoliating, buff this luxurious oil into skin with the St. Tropez Tan Applicator Mitt for lasting moisture and streak-free color.

Accentuate your tan by dabbing a shimmery highlighter onto your cheekbones, collarbone, and shoulders for a dewy, back-from-the-beach radiance.


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St. Tropez / Self Tan Luxe Dry Oil

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St. Tropez / Tan Applicator Mitt


It’s that time of the year again! Pumpkin season!  This means pumpkin everything from pie to latte’s to classic pumpkin soup.  Traditionally pumpkin soup is made with butter, cream & stock.  These unhealthy ingredients are not needed to make a delicious tasting soup.  Try this light and healthy alternative. 

Ingredients: (serves 2)
1 butternut pumpkin
herbal salt
ground pepper (+chilli fakes if you like it spicy)
dash of coconut milk (optional) 

1. Cut pumpkin in half, remove all seeds, peel and cube the pumpkin.
2. Add pumpkin cubes to a stove pot and fill with water until covered. 
3. Cook until soft, remove from heat and use either a soup stick or food processor to blend until smooth. 
4. Pour mixture back into the stove pot, add herbal salt, cracked pepper (and optional chilli) simmer for a few minutes.
5. Add a swirl of coconut milk & serve 

*gluten free - dairy free - sulphate free - vegan

derek malik nurse has an army of hair products what the fuck do u think his hair naturally looks like that?? biNCH. u kno his ass spends 30 minutes in the hair aisle looking at curl creams and sulphate free shampoos and conditioners. that child wore his hair in cornrows until he was 15 bc he didnt know how to manage his goddamn 3c/4a curls shut the hell up