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  1. Good Quality Makeup Brushes: Sigma MAC Real Techniques ELF
  2. Home remedies used to remove acne scars from face:- coconut oil. shea butter. aloe vera gel. raw honey. baking soda. lemon juice.
  3. You can learn advanced concepts of beauty with Beauty Parlour Classes.
  4. Here are the best remedies that you can use to treat acne while still taking care of your dry skin: 1.Use lotions and creams to treat acne 2.Moisturize regularly 3.Choose your cleanser well 4.Do not over wash 5.Always protect your skin from the elements 6.Tomato Pulp 7.Potat 8.Lemon Juice
  5. Wash your face twice daily. Skincare is a key factor in looking good without makeup. Wear moisturizer daily. Exfoliate once a week. Use toner. Always remove your makeup. Take care of any pimples. Wear sunscreen always. Stop touching your face.
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  8. Bobbi Brown is the best for Flawless Makeup.
  9. Limit your time in the shower or bath to 5 or 10 minutes. Use warm rather than hot water. Wash with a gentle, fragrance-free cleanser. Apply enough cleanser to remove dirt and oil, but avoid using so much that you see a thick lather.
  10. Blow it up Salons use fans to help speed up drying, but your hair dryer works just as well. The secret is to put it on the "cool" setting. Heat actually keeps polish from firming, so giving your digits a shot of cold air is much more helpful. [sidebar]Freeze it out Since cold hardens polish, ice water baths are also a great setting trick. Before you start painting your nails, fill a mixing bowl with ice cubes and run cold water over the top. Then, when you're finished painting, dip your nails in for about a minute. This is a great way to help protect against divots, since it helps solidify polish all the way through, not just on top. The opposite also holds: if you're having trouble removing polish, soaking your hands in warm water will make it easier. Spray it down You can get nail-drying spray at the drugstore, and it really does help your polish set in a couple of minutes. But Pam (and other cooking oil aerosols) legendarily does the job as well. Just wait a few minutes after you spray it on and rinse your hands so you don't smell like canola oil. Thin it out Instead of putting on one or two coats of thick polish, apply three extremely thin coats, and let each dry for a couple of minutes before you layer on the next. It might seem like it slows down your manicure, but it actually makes overall drying time much faster. Top it off Using a quick-dry topcoat is always smart, because it helps keep everything in place and protects your polish. The only caveat is that the still-liquid polish underneath can move around, resulting in lumps or ripples, so don't treat it as a cure-all.” My favorite methods are the blow dryer on cool, and the Top it off. I haven’t tried the Spray it down method yet but it sounds like one I need to try!! Enjoy trying out these methods to see what you like best.
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