Sooooo, I am ALL about sharing my ladies tips!! I LOVE finding new remedies, new shampoos, beauty tips & everything else! So I figured I would share a few of them with my ladies! (and men too! :)) I look at life as a HUGE sleepover with everyone invited, with pure hearts, sharing secrets, tips and encouragement. Although this isn’t always “reality” as my husband would say.. I still love my bubble. lol
My bubble. 🙂
Tip #1. Wen Shampoo.
Ok so you know that creepy infomercial that comes out at night?! Yup, that’s it. I actually purchased the product and I LOVE it! I noticed a huge difference in my hair RIGHT away. Its a “cleanser” for your hair. It shampoo/conditioner combined and it leaves your hair super soft and manageable. Sometimes, I leave it on overnight and I wake up and wash it out and it’s amazingggg! You can purchase it directly from the website or just purchase via amazon. If you go through the website, they will set you up for automatic billing and ship it out to you every other month. I don’t like automatic anything so I shut that down. I just order it from amazon. Any “scent” is fine- I use Mint Almond.
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I ALWAYS use baby oil to remove makeup. Then pat it dry with a cotton pad. Quick, easy & inexpensive!
Fragrance rises, so spritz it on your ankles or behind your knees to help your scent last longer.
Never to rub moisturizer into my face, pat it on. Rubbing actually takes it off your skin and disperses it in different places. Patting it on helps the skin soak it up.
Swap your usual black or brown eyeliner for purple because it’s a subtle way to make the color of your eyes pop. I use also use purple eye shadow and apply it with a eyeliner brush to my upper lash line.
You can use your eyebrows to make dark under eye circles less noticeable. Just tweeze your brows so they’re more straight-across than arched. When they’re arched you get a complete circle effect (your brows and the dark circles below) and that exaggerates the dark circles, but if your brows are straight across, it breaks up that shape and de-emphasizes the circles
I use a primer to make my skin smooth, help my makeup in tact and keep my face looking matte instead of shiny.