purdy (hair & beauty)
Perfect Highlighter.. "Albatross" by NARS. It's my go to highlighter that I use EVERY day. Not too pink, not too shimmery. Just the right amount of highlight and shimmer for everyday makeup. You can also glam it up for nighttime with a bronzes for the perfect highlight and contour look. Highly suggest this product, worth every penny!
Perfect Highlighter...It's called "Albatross" by NARS
Make your razor last longer. Pour a little bit of baby oil on the blades before you shave You can also shave with baby oil, rather than shaving cream, for a smoother (and closer) shave!
Her great grandmother did this. When she died she didn't have a gray hair. Teabagging your hair! Blondes: Chamomile; Red: Rooibos; Brunette: Black. Once a week, steep 2 tea bags in 2 cups boiling water for 10 minutes. Let the liquid cool to room temperature. Pour the mixture over wet, just-washed hair, rubbing it through the way you would shampoo. Leave the rinse on for 10 minutes; wash and condition to seal in the silky, glossy results.
Soak your strands with tea bags (chamomile, a golden mix for blondes; rooibos, a rich orange for redheads; or black tea, dark for brunettes) boiled in 2 cups of water once a week for high-wattage shine and rich color, whatever your hue. (Directions linked!)
Mix a tsp of apple cider vinegar and a teaspoon of glycerin. Mix the ingredients until smooth. Mix in a beaten egg. Mix well. Add 2 Tablespoons of caster oil. Thoroughly mix. Apply the mask on the entire length of the hair. Place the plastic cap and wrap your head with a towel. Leave the mask on your hair for 2 hours. After wash your hair using shampoo. The mask should be done 2 times a week. Do this for 1 month. After 1 month, you can make masks for prevention – Apply 1 time in 2 weeks. - ...
A list of drug store cosmetics that are better than department store products.
Think of it as a french braid, but you only add in new hair from one side (the top). Follow these steps + be patient! You’ll get it… we like to part slightly off-center for this. on the heavier side, grab a section at your hairline. split it into three. start it just like you would a regular french braid. next add in a piece of hair from the top, still like a regular french braid. now skip the part where you’d grab a new piece from the bottom + keep braiding instead. then take another piece from the top + add it in. continue with this pattern until you have 5-7 sections added in. once you’re just past the ear, stop adding in new hair. Just do a regular braid + tie it off with a clear elastic like Lauren’s in the top picture.
Lauren Conrad braid
Once a week for 20 minutes, sit in a hot bath that contains a handful of Epsom salts, 10 drops of lavender essential oil, and a half cup of baking soda. This combo draws out toxins, lowers stress-related hormones, and balances your pH levels. Good to know!