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50 Uses for Coconut Oil.....I LOVE COCONUT OIL!!! Can't wait to try it in my coffee!

Amazing: Grind a handful of rice until u get a fine but coarse flour. Add a few spoons of raw honey to the mixture along with enough apple cider vinegar to obtain a thick paste. If the cracks are very deep, add a spoon of olive oil. Soak feet for 20 minutes & gently massage with this paste.-TRY-

For a fuller and longer looking pony!

For a fuller and longer looking pony!

Changed my life... How to get people to stop coughing at night and sleep...ahh sleep!!!

was probably my favorite hair cut ever...going back to this soon

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essie marshmallow. perfect winter white

China Glaze - Flip Flop = perfect color for the beach

wavy hair with a flat iron. good tutorial with lots of pictures.

broken powder makeup fix

Perfect pink nail polish!

Available at Sephora.

Love the cut

Smart Idea: Baby powder gets the sand off! add this to your beach bag!

"If you get yellow nails after months of wearing dark polish, try scrubbing your toenails with a nail brush and whitening toothpaste. It gets rid of the yellow color. Try it—it works pretty well, and you end up with minty fresh toes!”

Set a manicure in record time. Lightly mist cooking spray on freshly painted nails for instant smudge protection...I can't wait to try this!!!

Super Shine, DIY style: A whole lotta olive oil and a tbsp of honey. Mix it up and work it through your hair. Leave in for at least half an hour - overnight’s even better. Result: Gleaming, soft, smooth, totally non-staticky hair

Cold feet are one of winter's most annoying -- and common -- afflictions. Don't plunge them into a hot bath, which can dry the skin. Instead, cover your tootsies into a rich blend of warm, wintry spices. Cayenne, cinnamon, and ginger are all circulation boosters and mild stimulants. Applied topically, they increase blood flow, relieving chill and numbness. Use them to make a simple foot mask, which combines spices, skin-soothing ingredients such as oatmeal and honey, and the invigorating esse...