CLICK THE LINK ABOVE!!!Since I wanted to do this for a while I couldn’t get the hang of how I’d do my eyebrows and show you guys through pictures, so here’s something better a video! Also in this is trying a tint hack and lets just say it was a fail on my end ! I’ll list the products and items I used in a few.
Ever wake up to, terrible looking dry chapped lips? Because I don’t know it’s winter time? Sound familiar? If so we’re on the same boat, you are in luck because today I am going to show you one way (one) of my favorite way to exfoliate my lips with a lip scrub, but without having to do out and buying one. The thing is: I am 100% certain you have these items laying around in your kitchen cabinet somewhere trust me. This is one of those DIY’s that ARE simple that I honestly don’t have to even explain to you how to do so because I will simply tell you what you need and all you need to do is combine and you’re finished! Nevertheless, lip scrubs are very much needed on these freezing cold winter days, chapped lips simply suck and are unattractive to look at! With that being said make your own! It’s ridiculously easy and you only need things that you have.
Things you will need.
- A small plate
- white or brown sugar (whichever sugar you use)
- coconut oil
- half lime
Mix everything together in your small plate and mix mix mix. And there you have it! If you don’t have coconut oil you can substitute olive oil. Also: Remember to apply your lip balm after scrubbing your lip scrub off!
It’s finals week and needed to take a break and do a post so here it is. If you’re anything like me you have a serious problem getting up and cleaning your makeup brushes. I can get rather lazy, and completely try to forget that they need some cleaning and I’m talking weeks of no cleaning them and then I wonder when I put on makeup it goes on rather weird. But yea I did say weeks I can go with without cleaning them which can be bad as well all know and the product keeps adding on and on and on … That, right there is a big no no, because the germs and bacteria that can evolve on you brushes after using them a few times.
As you may know keeping your brushes clean helps along with maintain healthy skin because no bacteria will get to your face.For us non makeup artists, it is said to be good to clean your brushes weekly to prevent many things shadows not going on right, colors mixing and just have good skin overall. Taking care of your brushes equals them last for a long time. Hopefully these are helpful. There are also makeup brush cleaners that tend to be more on the expensive side of things and are obviously simpler and easier to clean, the shampoo will do the same job unless you want to make sure your brushes are in tip top shape and buy some of those expensive products. Read below for my quick tips on cleaning them!
Things you will need:
- Lukewarm running water
- Head and shoulders shampoo / or any shampoo you use that’s good quality
- Dirty brushes
- Small plate
- A clean towel
- You’ll need to squeeze some shampoo (just a little) onto a clean small plate before dipping your brush head to it.
- first, you’ll need to let your brush run through the lukewarm warm for about a minute. Then dip your brush had to the shampoo.
- For this step make sure the palm of your hand is clean, you will swirl the head of the brush in the palm of your hand, you will start to see the color that was on the brush on your hand and sink.
- Then with the brush downward and your palm keep swirling until you see and feel no more shampoo of the brush. Squeeze to make sure it is clear.
- Lastly, lay your brushes to dry on the towel. Let them dry out for about a day, overnight.