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Holiday 2017 Glam | Journal and Reviews

I do my make-up and hair because no one else will. The products I used were the same products I always had plus some new ones.

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Make-up Musings: “Everyday” Make-up

I have a fashion tab in this blog but I realized I haven't really written anything for it before so I'll try it now. Once, when I joined the Dare to share Instagram challenge, I posted my thoughts or "advice" on make-up. I'm not an expert or anything but here's what I posted:… Continue reading Make-up Musings: “Everyday” Make-up

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18 Secrets To Being Undeniably Attractive | Reblog

I’m thin (skinny) tho. :3

Thought Catalog

1. Attractiveness has almost nothing to do with how you look physically, though your natural physical disposition does play a small role. It’s mostly, if not entirely, about how you put yourself together and how you behave.

2. The most basic but overlooked staple of being attractive is smelling good. Playing into the other senses, touch (having soft skin), smell (being clean), taste (use your imagination), is what ultimately makes someone undeniably appealing, and tends to be what people will focus on more than just visual.

3. There is no one universally appealing style. It’s about what cut of clothing and accessory will emphasize the best parts of you and your personality.

4. The more you are a kind and likable person, the more people will find you attractive. People are naturally quicker to associate good looks with a good person, and vice versa.

5. Your natural hair color will…

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Twisted Tuesday: Side French Braid with a Twist | Reblog

‘Coz I like Braids.

Beauty Editor On Call

Side French Braid With a Twist

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Today’s braided hairstyle was inspired by a waitress at Babica Hen Cafe in Lake Oswego, Ore. — their waffles are to die for, by the way. Anyway, I thought the hairstyle was super cute and totally practical for a day of work — whether you work in a restaurant or an office. It’s a more modern way to sport a French braid. It’s a lot less polygamy compound wife-looking than your standard, straight-down-the-middle braid. Here’s how I did it:

Step 1: Create a side part.

Step 2: Twist the front (bang) section of your hair — on the same side of your part — toward the back of your head. Secure with a bobby pin.

Step 3: Start regular French braiding the opposite side of your head. You’ll want to keep the braid closer to your hairline than the back of your head. Continuing braiding your hair…

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Twisted Tuesday: Low Half Halo Braid | Reblog


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If you like the idea of a halo braid, but don’t have the time, hair length or know-how to create one, this half halo braid, is a great alternative.

The style is easy to create and has a very similar vibe as the full halo. I did a super quick version before work yesterday. It’s messier than I would have liked, but for an easy daytime style, it works. Here’s how to recreate it:

Step 1: Part your hair down the middle.

Step 2: Clip one side of your hair out of the way.

Step 3: French braid (read my go-to tips on how to French braid your own hair here) the opposite side of your head starting at ear height. As you braid, direct your hair toward the opposite side of your head. Secure the ends of your hair with a small clear…

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10 beauty cheats every girl should know | Reblog


Keira Lennox

{Inspired by Buzzfeed’s popular 27 Life Hacks Every Girl Should Know.}


1. Mascara wands make the best eyebrow brushes. When its time to toss your favorite tube of mascara — you should replace every 3 months to protect your peepers from bacteria — save the wand. Wash it clean with soap and water and, voila, free brow spoolie!

2. Turn any eyeshadow into a long-lasting eyeliner with a drop of saline solution. I learned this trick years ago from Carmindy on What Not to Wear. Wet an eyeliner brush with a drop or two of saline solution (the same stuff you use to clean your contact lenses) then dip the brush into a powder eyeshadow and apply it like liquid liner. When it dries, it’s sweat and smudge proof and lasts all day. I love using this trick with purple, green and teal shadows…

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