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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.
Learn how to recreate this look using products from MAC’s To the Beach collection, step by step:
1. Prime- Painterly Paintpot with #252 brush.
2. Eyelid- Sweet & Punchy #239 brush.
3. Crease- Soba #217 brush.
4. Crease- Humid #225 brush.
5. Lower eyelid- Shimmermoss #228 brush.
6. Brows & Highlight- Brun #208 brush, Ricepaper #239 brush.
7. Eyeliner & Mascara- Carbon with #263 brush, Armani mascara.
8. Concealer & Foundation- Studio Finish #252 brush, Studio Moisture Tint mixed with Lustre Drops in Sun Rush using #188 brush.
9. Bronzer & Blush- Bronze #187 brush, Trace Gold #129 brush.
10. Lips- Gingerroot Lipliner, Lazy Day Lipstick, Easy Lounger Lipglass.
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All products MAC unless otherwise noted.
“Over the Taupe” by OPI
“All that Glitters” e/s by MAC
“Shroom” e/s by MAC
“Black Ebony” Gel Liner by Michael Todd
“Smolder” eye pencil by MAC
“Deep Throat” blush by NARS
“Golden” Blush Quad by e.l.f.
“Camo concealer palette” by Coastal Scents
“My treat” lipstick by benefit
My favorite brushes
If you have a traditional brush wand, improve lash separation while applying mascara by moving the wand in a swift, zig-zag fashion from lash root to tip as opposed to one sweeping motion.
Don’t forget to coat your inner lashes. “Many women only apply mascara to the middle and outer corners of their lashes,” says Hezekiah. This can give off an illusion that changes your eye shape, making them look closer together or more narrow. Think of your lashes as a fan with three sections. You want to amplify every section of the fan—middle, outer side, and inner side—to really open up your eyes and flatter your eye shape.
Dab the tip of your mascara on a tissue to get rid of the glob that tends to form there. This will keep you from getting uneven, goopy product distribution, especially on your shorter lashes.
It’s okay to bend your wand to help you reach smaller lashes. (You can always bend it back carefully.) It’s a great, cost-effective option if you don’t want to buy a separate mascara with a bent-wand applicator like Napoleon Perdis Long Black Mascara, $22.
If you use a lash primer, particularly a white one (like that in Jane MaxLash 2 Mascara & Primer in black, $4.99), wait ten to thirty seconds for the primer to dry, then apply your mascara. This keeps the color of your mascara from looking “diluted” (i.e. gray instead of black).
Originally published on TotalBeauty.com