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    • Hello all, I'm new to the forum and glad to be here. I hope I get some beautiful info here to increase my beauty and glory of my skin.
    • recently Jeffree came out with a new collection of the blood lust pallete , what are your opinions? I personally love it , i just wish the pallete had more dark / royal purples, over all i love it , i can't wait for my pallete to arrive as well with my highlighter!. 
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    • Common problem for every swimmer,You don't want to ignore any-- When you love your hair and you love to swim. When i  noticed that my hair appeared very dry and frizzy i felt broken,  I'm gonna share a few things  with you all. Use a leave-in conditioner before entering the pool Applying a little conditioner before you enter the pool can help prevent some of the chlorine from being absorbed. Using a leave-in conditioner with a cap can not only help prevent chlorine from being absorbed but can also moisturize your hair while swimming, too!   Shampooing your hair immediately after chlorine exposure is the best way to remove the bulk of the chlorine and stop the damage it may be causing to your hair. Some shampoos are specially made to help remove chlorine and are a great idea for regular swimmers.   Chlorine sucks the natural oils from your hair and skin, leaving them dry, rough, and damaged. Your hair needs some of its natural oil to remain smooth and healthy, Chlorine can also cause chemical reactions in your hair, changing the natural color of your hair, weakening each hair strand, and causing split ends. The oils removed from the skin can leave your skin red and irritated depending on the sensitivity of your skin. Chlorine-damaged hair is very dry, frizzy (especially at the ends), bleached out, and often feels a little like straw. It tangles and mats up easily   Rinse skin before swimming. Chlorine can cause skin irritation.  Chlorine neutralizer. Apply a chlorine neutralizing lotion to your skin before you swim.  Rinse skin immediately. Rinse your skin with fresh water as soon as you get out of the pool.  Moisturize.  Keep your body hydrated.  Exfoliate.

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