Category Archives: World Beauty
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Trucco ispirato alla bellissima jessica pensato soprattutto per more o castane dagli occhi nocciola ma come dico sempre.. ottimo anche per tutte e altre ragazze!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:-)
Nel video del concorso ( che e’ stato girato subito dopo d questo)avevo semplicemente con 3 forcine tirato su i capelli:-)
ps: ho guardato da sephora e tra i loro ombretti c’era un verde molto simile a quello di nars opaco am con dei glitterini e c’era anche un rosa antico tipo quello del tutorial everyday… ma non ricordo il numero … al massimo se vi interessa la pross sett quando rientro a Ny vado e ve lo dico1!!!!!
Per i prossimi 7 giorni no tutorial come sapete sono in North Carolina e devo lavorare ogni giorno zero tempo.ma ci sentiamo comunque vi tengo aggiornate!!!! Bacio a tutteeeee e tutti!!!!!!
There is so much truth in the old cliche of ‘having a bad hair day. Feeling bad about the cut, style, touch, bounce and
shimmer of our hair – or; more precisely, the lack of these affects our morale like nothing else. But justlike our skin,
our hair is a barometer of our general health; it becomes duller and lankier to the more tired and poorly nourished
weare. It needs fresh ain fresh foods, sleep and low stress levels to maintain its shine. It also depends on a healthy
scalp; a good scalp massage activates hair follicles and reduces tension in our heads.
One of the most striking features of tropical Asian women’s beauty is their sleek and shiny hair.
Historically their locks have been so lustrous precisely because of the lack of women who tout those thick black
tresses detergents available to them and their consequent reliance on nature’s yield.Today, shampoo has taken over
from coconut oil for washing, but hair remains a major focus – of beauty ritual, and all manner of natural
produce – flowers, oils, plant matter – are regularly applied to keep it glossy Added this, the traditional Asian diet
based on fruit, vegetables, whole grains and oily fish is perfect nourishment for healthy hair.
While proper cleaning and conditioning provides some of the best protection from environmental attack,
manufactured hair products that contain harsh stripping chemicals can do more harm than good. This chapter
highlights some more natural remedies, tried and tested by the very women who tout those thick black tresses
that speak for themselves.
Creme Bath Hair Treatment
The creme bath is synonymous with hair salons everywhere in Asia where hair is a major focus of beauty ritual. It is one of the most popular methods of maintaining the sleek and shiny texture for which Asian womens hair isrenowned.
Although often referred to as a ‘traditional’ head treatment, the creme bath is based on a manufactured product, namely a rich conditioning cream, whose thick glutinous consistency thoroughly coats the hair like icing. After steaming, it is washed off to leave hair superlatively soft and shiny.
Natural ingredients are often added to the creme bath product to treat specific hair conditions. The St Gregory Javana Spa in Singapore offers Indonesian-produced hair cremes for specific hair types for their 90-minute Mandi Kepala.
The therapists run their creme-coated fingers through section after section of hair leaving your head feeling cool, clammy, heavy and ‘gooey’. Then lie back to the touch of rhythmic finger movements that massage the scalp and gradually move down the neck and shoulders. While you drift off into limbo, the creme is stimulating the scalp and the hair follicles and softening and strengthening the strands of hair.
Here are some of the flavours recommended for specific hair conditions : Carrot: for hair growth Henna: for nourishing dry or permed hair Avocado: for feeding dry hair Ginseng: for strengthening the hair roots Celery: for increasing hair elasticity Aloe vera: for a general hair food Candlenut: for promoting glossy, dark hair Seaweed: for stimulating hair growth Egg: for healing dry hair and split ends.
Videos from Sadaf Hair and Beauty http://www.sadafhairandbeauty.co.uk
Location: Longsight, Manchester, UK.
If you want to book your appointment for your party/wedding makeup, hair style or any other beauty service, please visit our website for more information.
Note: This Salon is only for Females. No Male enquires
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So there are many requests for a daily hair routine tutorial however I’m not quite sure what exactly you all want to see in this tutorial.. so send me a message and let me know! For now i’m just blabbing away about general “Leticia Hair Info” lol.
Recipes: Hair Conditioning Treatments
Avocado & Olive Oil Hair Mask – Make a mixture (Half or Whole Avocado) with a generous pinch of Olive Oil, enough to make a guacamole-textured mixture. Apply to Hair (not the scalp) Leave in for about 5-10 minutes before showering.
Mayo Hair Mask- Take a generous portion of Mayo and apply directly onto the hair (not the scalp) Cover with a plastic hair cap, and blow dry with warm air thoroughly (massage lightly) Leave in for about 5-10 minutes before showering.
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Watch this great video by our Italian Super Maven!
This look was requested by MsSaiqa786 who wanted me to match the makeup to her wedding dress see link: http://www.paklinks.com/gsmedia/files/50864/001.jpg
Barry M Products used:
NB: * starred products are optional
Dazzle Dusts (DD)
Bronze DD 44
Pink/Gold DD 3
*Fuschia DD 64
Black DD 66
*Chocolate DD 53
Silver Iridescent DD 8
Gold Iridescent DD 27
Fine Glitter Dusts (FGD):
*Yellow Gold FGD 10
*Black Gold FGD 22
Intense Black 3 in 1 Mascara
Kohl Pencil KP1 Black
Intense Eyeliner Pen RKP 8 Gold
Liquid Eyeliner Black LE1
Lipstick in Coral LP53
Lip Gloss Wands LGW4 Pastel Pink
Cheeks, Lips & Eyes:
Blusher BL2 Rose
For flawless foundation please watch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u1uuHRfr1uA