volumizing gel

tips for treating yoself

body:

  • Exfoliate once or twice a week.
  • Let your vagina breathe - don’t wear underwear to bed unless you’re on your period.
  • Change your pad/tampon/etc at least twice a day.
  • Don’t wash up inside your vagina (aka douching) it will tip the pH balance in your vagina and you will end up with an infection, you can wash around your thighs/pubic area but that’s it, same applies with perfumes and other body cosmetics.
  • Use coconut oil its good for so many things!!
  • Use body butters after getting out of the shower.
  • Use tea-tree oil for pimples.
  • Use sunscreen!!!
  • For people with oily skin - use blotting paper around your eyes and in your T - zone.
  • Don’t squeeze/pick at pimples - the bacteria on your hands will only make them worse and will create more redness.
  • Always use moisturiser before applying makeup
  • When washing your vagina, lift up the clitoral hood and softly rub your finger along the hood to wipe away dead skin cells. If you end up masturbating, fuck it.

Hair:

  • Wash your hair every 2-3 days. Don’t wash every day because it will make your head dry, try dry shampoos instead.
  • Use conditioning treatments weekly in the summer to prevent your hair from losing it’s colour.
  • Brush your curls with your fingers to create a more tousled look.
  • Before blow drying your hair use volumizing spray or gel on your roots for more definition in your hair.
  • Use shampoos that are sulfate free as sulfates dry and damage your hair quicker.
  • If your hair is greasy avoid conditioning the roots, just the ends.
  • Trim your hair every 6-8 weeks so you have healthy hair and no damaged ends.
  • Use avacado oil on your hair in the winter to stop your hair from drying out.
  • Dry shampoo is also very good for volumizing your hair.
  • The best way to get rid of ingrown hair is to exfoliate.
  • Avoid dry shaving your pubes, this will cause redness and spots which are easily treated with hydrocortisone cream or aloe vera.
  • If you are to shave, use conditioner instead of shaving cream - you will get a smoother result - that goes for anywhere you shave.
  • If you have a big ole mess in your pants try trimming your bush before you shave/wax it.
  • Waxing HURTS so if you’re dealing with the burns then place a cold towel in the sore area and leave it for about 15 minutes and then apply aloe.
  • If you experience chest/breast hair the best thing to do is pluck the hairs, it’s painful but rewarding.

Makeup:

  • Clean your makeup brushes, regularly along with any other makeup appliances (beauty blenders, makeup pads) in a mix of warm water and a little bit of soap.
  • Use a blotting tissue and then add a small amout of cream concealer onto your eye makeup to prevent smudging.
  • Matte lipstick goes best with a shimmer eye makeup.
  • Wearing white eyeliner counteracts the redness in your eyes.
  • To make your cheekbones appear higher, use bronzer under the cheekbone and highlighter on the actual cheekbone.
  • In summer if you want to avoid caking yourself with foundation - use tinted moisturiser or BB cream instead.
  • Always wash your makeup off before going to bed, don’t leave it on.
  • Always make sure you blend your foundation so your neck isn’t a different colour to your face.
  • Clean your makeup bag out every once in a while and get rid of any products you don’t use - its cleaner, tidier and more hygienic. 
  • Always make sure you have tape and q-tips handy. Tape is great for a perfect winged eyeliner and q-tips are great for cleaning and tidying up those hard to reach areas.
  • Concealer works great for a base for your eye makeup as the makeup will stick to it. 
  • Using highlighter and illuminators on your cheekbones, browbone and cupid’s bow for a “dewy look”.
  • When using cream products like eyeshadow or blush - use translucent powder to set it in place.
  • Kat Von-D lipstick is blow job proof :)
  • Replace mascara and eyeliners every 3 months or so.
  • Don’t share makeup/appliances for your eyes, it may cause infections like conjunctivitis and maybe a sty.
  • Blot your lips after applying lipstick to avoid getting lipstick teeth. 

General:

  • Change your bra every 5-11 days.
  • Always make sure your feet are dry before putting on socks and shoes to prevent fungal infections.
  • Wash blood stained clothes in cold water with 2 tablespoons of salt.
  • Try your own homemade beauty recipes.
  • If you peel/lick your lips it will damage them, don’t do that.
  • Applying eye cream on the cuticles of your nails will make them stronger and healthier.
  • Always carry tampons/pads even when you’re not on your period, someone else might need them.
  • Clean out your purse!! Get rid of all that junk and you will thank yourself next time you’re looking for something.
  • Masturbate. Whenever you can, it’s rewarding and good for you. (yes girls masturbate too).
  • Always pee after sex/masturbation to help avoid getting a UTI.
  • Bio-oil is good for stretch marks (as well as loving them).
  • Save some nice underwear for yourself and just wear your dead old pants when you’re on your period.
  • Buy yourself some nice underwear/lingerie whenever you can. Make sure it’s 100% cotton though otherwise you can get a yeast infection.
  • Test yourself every once in a while for STDs. It’s necessary.
  • Carry a condom on you, it’s not just the guy’s responsibility.
  • Apply a damp tissue to blotchy, red skin after crying, it will make you look as if you haven’t been crying at all.
  • Don’t let boys ruin your day.
  • Use a paperclip to clip the back of your bra straps together to create a racerback bra.
  • Wrap a maxi pad or pantyliner around any poking underwires in your bra.
  • Wash your pillow case every 1-2 weeks to help prevent acne. 
  • Cucumbers are good for dark circles and puffy eyes just place a slice over your eyes and leave for about 15 minutes.

treat and love yourself and your body will reward you!!! 

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@memecaptainsteverogers GOOD NEWS it appears that Jello salad has not entirely disappeared from the world of high-end cuisine! It’s just gotten weirder.

(Source: Myhrvold, Nathan, Chris Young and Maxime Bilet. Modernist Cuisine: The Art and Science of Cooking, vol. 4. Bellevue, WA: The Cooking Lab, 2011.)

Tips to queen 👸

body:
Exfoliate once or twice a week.
Let your vagina breathe - don’t wear underwear to bed unless you’re on your period.
Change your pad/tampon/etc at least twice a day.
Don’t wash up inside your vagina (aka douching) it will tip the pH balance in your vagina and you will end up with an infection, you can wash around your thighs/pubic area but that’s it, same applies with perfumes and other body cosmetics.
Use coconut oil its good for so many things!!
Use body butters after getting out of the shower.
Use tea-tree oil for pimples.
Use sunscreen!!!
For people with oily skin - use blotting paper around your eyes and in your T - zone.
Don’t squeeze/pick at pimples - the bacteria on your hands will only make them worse and will create more redness.
Always use moisturiser before applying makeup
When washing your vagina, lift up the clitoral hood and softly rub your finger along the hood to wipe away dead skin cells. If you end up masturbating, fuck it.
Hair:
Wash your hair every 2-3 days. Don’t wash every day because it will make your head dry, try dry shampoos instead.
Use conditioning treatments weekly in the summer to prevent your hair from losing it’s colour.
Brush your curls with your fingers to create a more tousled look.
Before blow drying your hair use volumizing spray or gel on your roots for more definition in your hair.
Use shampoos that are sulfate free as sulfates dry and damage your hair quicker.
If your hair is greasy avoid conditioning the roots, just the ends.
Trim your hair every 6-8 weeks so you have healthy hair and no damaged ends.
Use avacado oil on your hair in the winter to stop your hair from drying out.
Dry shampoo is also very good for volumizing your hair.
The best way to get rid of ingrown hair is to exfoliate.
Avoid dry shaving your pubes, this will cause redness and spots which are easily treated with hydrocortisone cream or aloe vera.
If you are to shave, use conditioner instead of shaving cream - you will get a smoother result - that goes for anywhere you shave.
If you have a big ole mess in your pants try trimming your bush before you shave/wax it.
Waxing HURTS so if you’re dealing with the burns then place a cold towel in the sore area and leave it for about 15 minutes and then apply aloe.
If you experience chest/breast hair the best thing to do is pluck the hairs, it’s painful but rewarding.
Makeup:
Clean your makeup brushes, regularly along with any other makeup appliances (beauty blenders, makeup pads) in a mix of warm water and a little bit of soap.
Use a blotting tissue and then add a small amout of cream concealer onto your eye makeup to prevent smudging.
Matte lipstick goes best with a shimmer eye makeup.
Wearing white eyeliner counteracts the redness in your eyes.
To make your cheekbones appear higher, use bronzer under the cheekbone and highlighter on the actual cheekbone.
In summer if you want to avoid caking yourself with foundation - use tinted moisturiser or BB cream instead.
Always wash your makeup off before going to bed, don’t leave it on.
Always make sure you blend your foundation so your neck isn’t a different colour to your face.
Clean your makeup bag out every once in a while and get rid of any products you don’t use - its cleaner, tidier and more hygienic.
Always make sure you have tape and q-tips handy. Tape is great for a perfect winged eyeliner and q-tips are great for cleaning and tidying up those hard to reach areas.
Concealer works great for a base for your eye makeup as the makeup will stick to it.
Using highlighter and illuminators on your cheekbones, browbone and cupid’s bow for a “dewy look”.
When using cream products like eyeshadow or blush - use translucent powder to set it in place.
Kat Von-D lipstick is blow job proof :)
Replace mascara and eyeliners every 3 months or so.
Don’t share makeup/appliances for your eyes, it may cause infections like conjunctivitis and maybe a sty.
Blot your lips after applying lipstick to avoid getting lipstick teeth.
General:
Change your bra every 5-11 days.
Always make sure your feet are dry before putting on socks and shoes to prevent fungal infections.
Wash blood stained clothes in cold water with 2 tablespoons of salt.
Try your own homemade beauty recipes.
If you peel/lick your lips it will damage them, don’t do that.
Applying eye cream on the cuticles of your nails will make them stronger and healthier.
Always carry tampons/pads even when you’re not on your period, someone else might need them.
Clean out your purse!! Get rid of all that junk and you will thank yourself next time you’re looking for something.
Masturbate. Whenever you can, it’s rewarding and good for you. (yes girls masturbate too).
Always pee after sex/masturbation to help avoid getting a UTI.
Bio-oil is good for stretch marks (as well as loving them).
Save some nice underwear for yourself and just wear your dead old pants when you’re on your period.
Buy yourself some nice underwear/lingerie whenever you can. Make sure it’s 100% cotton though otherwise you can get a yeast infection.
Test yourself every once in a while for STDs. It’s necessary.
Carry a condom on you, it’s not just the guy’s responsibility.
Apply a damp tissue to blotchy, red skin after crying, it will make you look as if you haven’t been crying at all.
Don’t let boys ruin your day.
Use a paperclip to clip the back of your bra straps together to create a racerback bra.
Wrap a maxi pad or pantyliner around any poking underwires in your bra.
Wash your pillow case every 1-2 weeks to help prevent acne.
Cucumbers are good for dark circles and puffy eyes just place a slice over your eyes and leave for about 15 minutes.
treat and love yourself and your body will reward you!!!

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Trend Look: Marc Jacobs Beauty’s Fall/Winter 2017


If you want to recreate the sultry beauty looks seen on the Marc Jacobs F/W 2017 runway, you can purchase specific shades used by makeup legend Diane Kendall now at Sephora.sg.

The Velvet Crew (SGD69) is a nifty eye collection with a custom burgundy and gold pouch including

  • Velvet Noir Major Volume Mascara
  • Fineliner Ultra-Skinny Gel Eye Crayon Eyeliner in Blacquer (eggplanty berry)
  • Highliner Gel Eye Crayon in Blacquer

You can go with a full-on smoky purple cat eye and nude lips, or keep the eyes simple and smudge on that luscious dark burgundy Le Marc Lip Creme lip shade Trax (SGD44), which Kendal created by mixing cult shade Blow with black.

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however much apocalypse may potentially ruin everything, at the very least kurt inherited his dad’s penchant for ridiculous high-maintenance spiky hair styles so??? it could be worse???

anonymous asked:

I'm really confused about eyebrow gel... why do some dry hard and some soft??

Eyebrow gel usually caters to two trends… a really groomed brow and a really messy brow. 

A really groomed brow is using an eyebrow gel that dries a little more stiff so all the brow hairs are groomed in the same direction and they aren’t going anywhere. This formula feels very thin, light weight and isn’t all that noticeable. If you already have really thick brows, you may prefer this formula for more of a light weight feel to keep your brows groomed. Hold brow gel usually has a slight shine and sheen. This gives a clean, polished brow. Brow gels like this are Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Gel, MAC Brow Set or even just clear mascara.  

Brow gel that dries more soft, more waxy has more of a flexible hold and typically thickens and coats the actual hairs to give your hair some grit, body and volume. Sort of like dry shampoo for the eyebrows. Waxy brow gel dries with a matte finish to keep it natural. With this sort of brow gel it’s okay if your hairs get a little messy and wispy, it actually adds to the look. This will give you more of a messy, undone effect. Brooke Shields, Cara Delevingne like. This brow gel stills has a good hold, but it’s not as budgeproof as the former brow gel formula. Brow gels like this would be Glossier Boy Brow, Benefit Gimmie Brow Volumizing Fiber Gel, Blinc Eyebrow Mousse, Lashfood Browfood Tinted Brow Enhancing Gel Flex.

anonymous asked:

change herself to fit in. I don't want her to ruin her natural beauty.I don't want her to feel like she has to look like the people on TV to be beautiful. I want to raise her to know just how beautiful she is being herself. This goes for any child, but especially a black child who's made to feel like they aren't good enough. I want her to be confident as an interracial woman who can do anything she wants regardless of how she does her hair or what she wears. I want her to embrace her blackness.

You need to make sure before you have kids in your life that you have met the right man have a steady job, and a place to live and make sure your life is going good before you decide to bring kids into the world. Then before you decide to have kids you need to make sure your with the right man who wants to have kids and both parents have to have an equal role and if you are having kids who are going to be mixed make sure you know what you are doing so when that time comes you are already prepared when it comes to their hair or how people may see or treat them and you need to make sure you are together as a person. You need to make sure that you teach your children how life is and how there is bad people in the world that may not like them and it is hard to tell your children that the world may not see things how mommy and daddy see’s but that you are always there for them and support them 24/7. You need to make sure you have the right mindset before you have kids so that you raise your children the right way. reassure her that her hair is what makes her-her. Spend a lot of time with her children getting them ready for the world not only as a child but being mixed. Let her know she is beautiful and ALL little girls are beautiful. You need to make sure you are raising her the right way as a mother should raise her daughter. You need to make sure that you as a family come together for her regardless of your situation may be. She needs to know that her parents love her and are together and raise her together equally and that you two love eachother and there is nothing wrong with that. Make sure you are letting her watch the right movies/shows and are around the right kind of people. You need to make sure that you and her father and anyone that you bring her around are good role models and show her the right empowering role models black and white woman and men in life or the media. Teach her the good and bad in life and that everything may not be as easy but you can get through it. Teach her who she is, teach her the culture. There are many books for black or mixed children that they need to understand. You need to make sure she understands that anything is possible. You need to make sure she knows that she is a beautiful mixture between both parents. That she is beautiful not only on the inside but also on the outside.  Make sure she knows she’s beautiful, and doesn’t have to confirm to society definition. She doesn’t need to change herself for nobody she is beautiful the way she is and you need to embrace that. 

I am a white woman and If I have mixed kids, my hair is naturally very curly and I have BIG very VERY thick and long hair . Ever since I was a little girl I had tight tight curls. So knowing how my hair is and how my significant other’s hair will be it will be a very difficult mixture of hair to work with. I realize the prejudice and ignorance that humans have nowadays and I have accepted that. SO I HAVE LEARNED THAT IT IS MY LIFE AND ONLY I MAKE THE DECISIONS IF THEY DO NOT LIKE SOMETHING THEY CAN BASICALLY FUCK OFF. I always regret straightening my hair when I was younger so ever since the last year of high school I decided to not straighten my hair anymore I love it the way it naturally is and I embrace it. I don’t wear a lot of makeup unless I’m going out. It did take a while but I realized that I do not need makeup on my face I feel beautiful naturally the way I am. I do not wash my hair a lot and I only brush it out when I am in the shower. I also believe not dying your hair helps it a lot also and getting a little trim once in a while. I do not get layers. IF I was to straighten my hair which I do not but If I was I would use a heat protector before I do so.  I use the OGX Beauty Brand and it works very well for me. I use the Anti Breakage Keratin Oil Shampoo and Conditioner, and the moisture surge deep treatment, and Advance Techniques 360 Nourish Morrocan Argan Oil Leave-In Treatment.My best friend is a hairstylist and she is very good at everything she does regarding any type of person’s hair so If I have any questions I simply go to her. 

Step 1. DO YOUR RESEARCH

Step 2: If you are with an african american man or woman and you are unsure of something maybe go ask his/her mother or his/her sister about something you are uncertain about that they may be able to help you with. But you as being a mother figure or father figure need to know how to do your child’s hair without running around to other people. IF worst comes to worst you need to either learn how to do it Practice makes perfect. Or let someone else do your babies hair. NO EXCUSES. DON’T BE LAZY.

WHATEVER YOU DO AND I PLEASE ASK YOU NICELY DO NOT STRAIGHTEN YOUR CHILD’S HAIR IT IS NOT GOOD AND IT DOES NOT LOOK GOOD.

Your baby girl or boy is your pride and joy and her hair should be her crown and glory.

When your child looks good you feel even better.

It’s important to take good care of her hair starting from the moment she’s born until she’s old enough to take over and do it herself.

A big question a lot of moms have is “What type of perm (relaxer) is recommended for a black child?” The answer? NONE!

Your child’s hair is delicate and if at all possible you should avoid putting relaxers, curly perms or any other kind of chemicals in it. This way your child will have the healthiest possible hair.

Step away from the blowdryer. Unplug that flat iron.

After you are done washing the hair you have to section it and comb it. Natural oils like almond, coconut oil and jojoba oils are much better . Make sure you sleep on a satin pillowcase or tie your hair up in a silk scarf so your hair can stay healthy and won’t break or tear. Use a wide tooth comb OR pick to comb your hair, stop buying bristle brushes or thin combs which will get caught in your hair and snap it off. Detangle with your fingers. It is best to wash hair (focusing on scalp, rub don’t scratch) with a good sulfate-free shampoo and then condition. Buy 100% shea butter, coconut oil and castor oil or even olive oil from food stores, these ingredients are especially good for your hair. COLD WATER. Look for products that describe the texture of your hair, not the color of your skin. When your done washing your hair you use a t-shirt NO TOWELS. NO TIGHT PONYTAILS. Be gentle, don’t pull and tear at your hair. Be patient. Eat healthy. If a section gets dry while you’re working on it, wet it again. Always start from the ends and work your way up to the roots. Combing from roots to ends guarantees pain and hair damage. Make sure you use a heat protection shampoo and/or moisturizer, or a good serum/spray on your hair before flat ironing or curling. And if you have to use a blowdryer make sure its a diffuser and has settings, so put it at low. 

Scalp health:
Hydratherma Naturals Scalp Soothing Shampoo Bar
Carol’s Daughter Lisa’s Elixir Fortifying Scalp Spray

Color-treated care:

Carol’s Daughter Tui Color Care Collection

Dark and Lovely Au Naturale Anti-Shrinkage Cleansing Conditioner A La Crème

ApHogee Curlific Texture Treatment

Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen, Grow & Restore Treatment Masque

Sheer Luxe Beauty Deep Conditioning Masque

Carol’s Daughter Sacred Tiare Leave-In Conditioner

Jane Carter Solution Wrap & Roll

Agadir Argan Oil Hair Shield 450

Styling Products:

Eden Body Works Jojoba Monoi
Dark and Lovely Au Naturale Anti-Breakage Super Softening Hair Butter
Agadir Argan Oil Volumizing Styling & Sculpting Gel
Carol’s Daughter Black Vanilla Hair Sheen
LottaBody Coconut & Shea Oils Control Me Edge Gel

Daily Moisturizers:
Hydratherma Naturals Daily Moisturizing Growth Lotion
Aveda Dry Remedy Daily Moisturizing Oil

Bee Mine Luscious Moisturizer

www.anunaturals.com

http://www.mycarab.com

http://kinky-curly.com

http://beijaflornaturals.com

http://www.mixedchicks.net

https://www.drbronner.com/DBMS/COCONUTOIL/FPCOWHOLE30.html

http://www.carolsdaughter.com/hair

http://www.blendedbeauty.ca/Mixed-Kids-Curly-Hair-Products.html

Hairstyles:

Bantu Knot out

Twist 

2 Strand Twist

Dreadlocks

Buns

Updos

Faux Hawk

etc….

  • Updos - Usually no more than 1 week.
  • Cornrows - Between 1 and 3 weeks, depending on the style.
  • Twists - If they are large, no more than 1 week. If they are small, they can last up to 4 weeks if cared for properly.
  • Single/box braids - Between 2 and 6 weeks, depending on the size.
  • Thinning edges is usually a result of wearing braids done too tight or worn in the same style for a long time.
  • Any hairstyle pulled tightly is a bad idea because it puts stress on your baby’s hairline. When you see little bumps at the roots of her hair that means it’s way too tight.
  • If she complains, listen and take the style down immediately. Braids and other styles shouldn’t be so tight that they’re uncomfortable.
  • Let your child’s hair hang free sometimes to give her hair and scalp a break from all the pulling and tugging.
  • Don’t forget to apply sunscreen to your child’s scalp if they are wearing a style that shows a lot of their scalp such as cornrows. Just apply a little sunscreen to the q-tip and apply directly to the scalp in each part. We don’t want our babies to have a sunburned scalp! 
  • Other hair accessories to avoid: Ponytail holders/hair ties (yes, even Goody Ouchless ones). Tight ponytails will inevitably pull on edges. Snaps/barrettes. Bows with metal closures. Put cartoons on for a nice 30 minute distraction.
  • You can rock out whatever hairstyle/ anything you want to do in this world so keep your head up strong. Be positive. You can do this. You are beautiful no matter what anybody says don’t forget that. You do not need no man or woman or anyone’s approval to decide on what you want to do with your life or hair or body. Stay positive. Stay Consistent.  I think more black women should start embracing their natural beauty. Say it loud I’m natural and proud! 

http://www.howtoblackhair.com/crochet-braids-latch-hook-braids-braiding-dvd/

http://beadsbraidsbeyond.blogspot.ca

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx0gtqMB5ifEITSltHpCpLQ

Hope I helped you out. XO <3 

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DECEMBER FAVORITES!

  • Almay Clear Complexion Concealer
  • Buxom® Full-Bodied™ Lip Gloss in YOW
  • Be Delectable coconut & cream super smoothing body polish
  • Maybelline Line Stiletto
  • Marc Jacobs Daisy Perfume
  • Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette
  • Big Sexy Hair Blow Dry Volumizing Gel
  • Swiss Miss Hot Cocoa
  • Essie Forever Yummy
  • TOMS

THE TIP-OFF: SMUDGED OUT

Blur the edges.

If you’re looking for a quick and easy eye look that screams sophistication, Smudged Out might be your newest beauty secret. With just one eyeliner gel crayon that works like a cream shadow, Sephora PRO Artist Erik Soto explains how to take your look from day to night. BECKY PEDERSON

STEP ONE
Apply Marc Jacobs Beauty Highliner Gel Eye Crayon in Brown(Out) to your lash line using short strokes. You’re going to smudge the liner, so the line doesn’t have to be clean. Using the SEPHORA COLLECTION Pro Crease Brush #10, quickly blend the color to your eye crease. Because our model’s eyes are wide set, Erik concentrated color on her inner corners to bring them closer together. If your eyes are close set, the opposite rule is true: Concentrate color on your outer corners to make your eyes appear farther apart.

STEP TWO
After you’ve smudged your upper lash line, draw another line on your lower lash line and smudge again with the SEPHORA COLLECTION Pro Smudge Brush #11, a flat brush with compact bristles that will diffuse the color. Erik says it’s important to move onto this step after you’ve fully completed Step One. This is because Highliner’s waterproof formula won’t budge after it dries, so you have a limited amount of time to move around the color.

STEP THREE
Blend with the SEPHORA COLLECTION Pro Crease Brush #10 to soften any last harsh edges around your eye. Lastly, swipe on some Marc Jacobs Beauty O!Mega Lash Volumizing Mascara and hit the road.

PRO TIPS
This look is built to take you from day to night. “Because she’s already got her day sparkles going on,” Erik says, “for night I would just add a black liner to the water line for more definition.”

Further, this look is great if you missed out on some crucial zzz’s. When you wake up looking like you could use another solid eight hours, Erik says to lay off the concealer, which will only highlight your tired eyes. Instead, use your crease brush to bring the color down your eye and over your bags. According to Erik, “If you wake up puffy, it’s a Smudged Out day!” 

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*Roller Lash Super Curling & Lifting Mascara 5/5

*The POREfessional Face Primer 5/5

*Hoola Matte Bronzer 1/5

Gimme Brow Volumizing Fiber Gel in 03 3/5

I’m enjoying this kit very much. The only thing I'm upset at is the bronzer this doesn't match me what so ever I can either sell or keep it in my kit, but other than that I give this kit 3.5 

THE TIP-OFF: TRI-LINER

Triple the impact.

Bored with basic eyeliner styles? Have we got the look for you! Inspired by the avant-garde styles we saw on this year’s runway, Sephora PRO Artist Erik Soto demonstrates how to get this triple threat eye look. BECKY PEDERSON

STEP ONE
Use Hourglass 1.5MM Mechanical Gel Eye Liner to tight line and dot your upper lash line. Pull the line past your outer corner to form a mini wing.

STEP TWO
Follow your eye’s bone structure to draw a thin line slightly above where your eye naturally creases. Mirror the shape of the first line, and don’t connect them—this line should be floating.

STEP THREE
Starting at the midpoint of your lower lash line, draw a line that stops just short of your outer corner. Then, pull the line out to mirror the top two lines.

Once you’ve drawn all your lines, trace over each one in Kat Von D Tattoo Liner—the liquid formula will prevent the gel from smudging. Finish the look with Marc Jacobs Beauty O!Mega Lash Volumizing Mascara.

PRO TIPS
To prevent bleeding, using a primer first. If you’re having trouble getting a precise line, draw it first with a pencil and then layer the gel liner on top. When used with a liquid liner, this will help with saturation and promote the gel liner’s staying power.

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FY!REVIEW: Etude House - Sparkling Toc!s All in one Gel

Hello my dears,
it’s been a long time since I wrote my last review. I was pretty busy the last weeks and I apologize that I didn’t answer your questions yet but I try to answer everything before I go on holidays :)

For now I can proudly present my review about the Etude House Sparkling tocs all in one gel. I was sooo excited to try this product since I saw a korean beauty blogger highly recommenting this product. SOOO if you’re curious just continue reading :D

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