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How to get the perfect beach waves!

Beach waves, or what I like to call Mermaid hair, is a classic summer trend that will always look flawless. It’s an effortless look that looks casual yet classy all at the same time. Who doesn’t want that?! If you want to achieve the perfect summer hairdo but don’t know exactly how to, keep reading!   Hair Prep To get the ideal mermaid hair, use moose to prep your hair. When you step out of the shower, brush your hair so it’s tangle free. Then grab your favorite moose (the choice is yours, however, I encourage you to purchase one that mentions “curls” or “volume”).  Using the moose, scrunch the product throughout the hair. Once your hair dries, your hair will be prepped with your natural wave and/or curl.   Bring The Beach To You! If you have naturally straight hair and the moose is not enough to prep, bring the beach to you with sea salt spray! Sea salt spray adds texture to your hair to fake that tousled “just came back from the beach” look. Spray your sea salt spray on to your dry hair and work it through the hair. Tip: If you have naturally dry, or curlier hair, I would encourage you to SKIP this step. I have naturally dry/wavy hair and I find that sea salt spray dries out my hair more and makes it a bit too frizzy.   Different Curls Photo by Jeffrey Roberts via Instagram   Using a straightener or curling iron, curl your hair in different directions to make it look more natural. For one strand of hair, curl toward you. Then, for the next strand, curl away from you. It’s also important to shake out the strand after curling it, you never want the waves to look too tight. That would give the illusions of curls.

  Skip The Heat To get mermaid hair without heat, try sleeping with your hair in two buns or braids. For the bun method, split your hair into two top ponytails. Then twist one of the ponytails into a bun, and hold in place with a hair tie and bobby pins. Repeat with the other ponytail. When you wake up, undo the buns, and brush your hair gently. You should be left with wavy, beach hair. For the braid option, sleep with your hair in two french braids, when you awake your hair will be crimpy and wavy. Both are totally easy and non-damaging ways to achieve mermaid hair this summer.
 

Simple Natural Way To Plump Your Lips

The women who have extra charming, and voluptuous lips; also get extra lovingness, kissing, and oomph from their partners.   Anyway, today I will unlock some natural ways to plump your lips by yourself easily at home. You don’t need any artificial products.   Before going to the main points, better to say, my personal lip plumper is honey. Nothing works as effective as honey to turn my lips fuller and bigger.   Anyway, let’s see how to plump the lips naturally.     1. Exfoliate Your Lips Exfoliating helps to plump your lips naturally. It removes the dead or chapped skin cells and keeps the lips in a nice shape and definition so that the lips get a touch of attractiveness and fullness. Look for your kitchen. You will get some home remedies that you can use easily to scrub your lips.         Honey and Brown Sugar are the most used and popular elements to scrub the lips naturally. Mix two teaspoons of honey with one teaspoon of sugar. Then massage your lips with it for one minute, and let the mixture stay on your pout for 3 minutes. Lastly, wash your lips off, and give an application of your favorite lip balm, like Burt’s Bees 100% Natural Beeswax. It is a best-seller natural lip balm.   Or you can use a soft toothbrush and Vaseline petroleum jelly. First, leave some Vaseline on your lips for 10 minutes. Then put some on the brush too. Now your lips are ready to be scrubbed. Rub the brush on the lips politely for one minute in the circular motion. It will eliminate all dirt and dead skin cells of the lips. Finally, you can enjoy fuller and sexy lips.   2. Apply Honey on Your Lips I think honey is the best home remedy to plump your lips naturally. Honey has vitamins, nutrients, minerals, antioxidants, and antibacterial. All these substances are very helpful to get the glowing and silky skin. Honey mainly softens, hydrates, and makes the lips fuller. (Buy honey from Amazon)How You Can Plump Your Lips Naturally       Leave some pure honey on your lips over the night. In the morning, just normally wash your lips off with lukewarm water if it is winter. And see your pout has been fuller, sexier, and bigger.   Or you can massage your lips with a soft cotton ball taking some honey around the ball and on your lips. Massage your lips this way for 4 minutes daily once. Gradually, it will make your lips brighter, and nourished. If your lips are darker, this way is a good option to get pink lips by reducing the dark pigments.   3. Cayenne Pepper Pepper is known as a spicy item to cook foods. It has been also used as an extract for developing various skin care products. You can use this natural ingredient to acquire plump lips.       Mix some pepper powder with enough water to make a paste. Apply it on your lips for 10 minutes. Don’t lick or bite your lips when the pepper is staying. Then wash your lips off with water. Pepper causes a swelling so that the lips get turned into bigger, redder, and fuller. It may slightly dry out your lips. So, you can coat your lips with a natural balm. It may also slightly irritate your lips. Better will just use 2-3 times a week. continue reading

Simple Ways To Keep your skin fresh

The face is a canvas for makeup, and good skincare will keep your canvas in tip-top condition. Laura Mercier suggests five very simple steps for women of all ages to follow religiously in order to keep facial skin smooth and glowing, with or without makeup!   Step 1: Never wear makeup to bed! Having grown up with some women who wore their makeup to bed, Laura has seen the toll it can take on the skin. Good cleansing can clear away a good deal of makeup, but Laura suggests also using a makeup remover especially for the eyes—one that conditions the eye area's delicate skin while removing all traces of makeup.   Step 2: Cleanse thoroughly, morning and night, with a gentle cleanser or cream that doesn’t contain perfumes or harsh artificial additives. By cleansing, you'll eliminate dirt and clear your pores, letting skin breathe.   Step 3: Rinse very well every time you wash your face. Splash, splash, splash the water over your entire face and neck until all remnants of the soap and makeup are down the drain.   Step 4: Use an alcohol-free toner if you have oily skin to gently clear away excess oil and smooth skin. Laura says she "is against anyone using alcohol on their skin to get rid of oil." Alcohol is harsh and dries skin, which then causes oil glands to overcompensate by producing more oil. "Many women don't realize that skin can be oily and dehydrated at the same time," Laura explains. "If you've wiped all the oil away, your skin may appear dry while your oil glands are activating under the skin and ready to compensate for the dryness." continue
 

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Waxing VS Threading... Which is better?!

By Danielle Carlson
Photo by Max Rovensky via Unsplash   Summer is right around the corner, meaning it’s time of the year to remove our body hair one way or another. If you’re like me and want to find alternatives to shaving but can’t afford laser hair removal, you’re stuck between two options: waxing or threading.   Which is the better option?   Waxing Waxing, I believe, is the most convenient way to remove body hair. Waxing removes your hair from the root, meaning you’re hair won’t grow back for three to five weeks (depending on your hair type). Waxing also prevents ingrown hairs, which is great if you’re prone to getting those hurtful things. Like all hair removal, waxing does cause some pain. It also could cause some irritation or rash due to the heat of the wax. So, before waxing your whole body, test it out first on a smaller part of your skin. When it comes to making your next appointment for waxing, your body hair has to be grown out by two to three inches, at least. Or else, the hair won’t remove properly. This means you will be a bit hairy between sessions.   Threading When it comes to the face, threading is my personal go-to for hair removal. Our face is more sensitive our legs, arms, or other body parts, which means we have to be more gentle. Our faces require the natural oils that waxing so harshly removes. Threading is also more precise compared to waxing. When removing eyebrow hairs, you want to be as careful as possible to avoid pulling too much hair, sometimes waxing can lead to thinner eyebrows than expected. Personally, when waxing my face, I would always break out because of the heat of the wax. With threading, however, my skin is free from redness, irritation, or breakouts. Threading is also more sanitary, we never truly know how clean our wax is and how long it’s been sitting out.   So, which is better? If you are removing your facial hairs, threading is the way to go! But if you're removing hair from your legs, arms, or stomach, waxing is the faster, more practical way to do it.   Which method do you prefer?
 

How To Tacke Your Skin Problems/Concerns?

Skin concerns describe a condition or occurrence outside of your skin’s natural moisture levels i.e. acne, wrinkles & fine lines, dehydrated, sensitivity, dullness, uneven tone, hyperpigmentation. The best way to identify your skin concerns is to think about what struggles you have had with your skin consistently over the past 3 months. Sensitive Skin Skin sensitivity is a complex skin concern that can be caused by many reasons. Some people have naturally sensitive skin, some may have sensitivity as a result of other skin conditions such as rosacea, allergies, side effect from a product, etc. Skin reacts to common ingredients so is prone to inflammation and irritation. Skin is often dry. When irritated, skin can be red and patchy, redness spots, prone to rashes and irritation, may feel itching or burning. Avoid products with alcohol and fragrances as this can often trigger irritation. Find out what triggers are and avoid them. Skin tends to burn easily and has a tendency for redness or rosacea. TIPS: use gentle, low pH cleansers without harsh surfactants, avoid skincare products that contain fragrance or alcohol. Try using a konjac sponge to cleanse the skin. It is non-abrasive and can be used alone with water to gently cleanse the skin to reveal a radiant completion. Soothing, anti-inflammatory ingredients are beneficial. Regular application of gentle, hydrating skincare products and sun protection is essential for the care of sensitive skin. Product keywords: Calming, soothing, gentle, sensitive, ultra-sensitive Product ingredients: Aloe vera, chamomile, cucumber, green tea, honey, oatmeal Acne Acne can manifest as blackheads, whiteheads, cystic acne, closed comedones, or some combination of the above. Acne can be caused by many factors i.e. genetics, hormones (pregnancy, menstrual cycle, hormonal birth control), climate, product sensitivities, etc. Acne often occurs in conjunction with other skin concerns i.e. sensitivity and hyperpigmentation are common additional concerns for acne sufferers. TIPS: Gentle care, patience and consistency will balance any type of acne. If you only have one blemish every once in a while it is not considered acne but should still be gently treated with a spot treatment. Using an entire line of anti-acne products can be harsh on the skin. Start with an essence or serum designed for acne while keeping the rest of your routine optimized for other skin concerns. Product keywords: Trouble, blemish, pore, clear, tea tree, spot, BHA Product ingredients: Tea tree, honey, propolis, snail secretion filtrate, clay, charcoal, aloe vera To learn more, click here https://www.ecobeautylife.com/skin-concerns/  
 

Your skincare routine for the spring-summer season

Both dermatologists and cosmetologists assert that, if you want to always maintain your face skin in a perfect state, you should adjust your skincare routine to every season, because your skin reacts differently on different climate conditions.  In this article we will pay attention to summer-spring season, and will define, which procedures and skin care manipulations are the best, and which you should avoid in this period.         During the cold seasons, dermatologists suggest using strong moisturizing products to fight with dryness caused by the cold, however, starting from spring, it is recommended to switch to a lighter moisturizer to avoid extra skin oiling, which frequently results in a large amount of clogged pores. Thus, during spring and summer, give your preference to serum based or oil-free products, to maintain oil balance of your skin.  When sun is shining, it is also necessary to not forget to defend your skin from the sun influence. Remember that direct sun rays are highly dangerous for the skin. Their influence can lead to the appearance of additional wrinkles and spots on the skin. In this respect, dermatologists insist on using products with SPF 30-50.  These advices are important to adhere to not only with skin care products, but also with your make-up products. Especially during the hot summer period, try to avoid heavy textures. This rule applies to your primer, foundation and powder.  Of course, it would be better to limit make-up I summer, however, if it impossible for you not to apply any make up, you should at least apply right products suitable for warm weather.      In addition to skincare you provide at home, you should also be familiar with cosmetic procedures, which are recommended to do in spring-summer period and which are not.  For example, if you decide to do botox nyc injections, the best time to do it will be spring, as in climate whether your skin is not so sensitive and more hydrated that is the light skin irritation caused by the needle after botox procedures will fade way more quickly. This rule applies to all other face fillers. Among the procedures which you are not recommended to do during warm season are strong acid peeling. The procedure represents a treatment during which an acid solution is applied to remove dead skin cells and damaged layers of the skin. The next week after the procedure, a patient must avoid direct sun rays, that is why it is better to execute such procedures during cold weather, when the sun is not so strong.  There are also different opinions about laser hair removal.  Certain people consider that hot weather can have a negative influence on skin after the procedure of laser epilation, however, according to the majority of cosmetologists and dermatologists laser hair removal is the procedure, which can be executed in any season.        Thus, summarizing the provided information, we can say that, of course, every woman wants her skin to be perfect in every season and anyone can reach that by using proper products and right procedures during every season. Treat your skin well, and it will certainly pay you back.                    

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