Beauty


Beauty

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I like how the first step is a clever way to do this.

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Eggplant Hair Color

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Hair Care: How To Straighten Hair Like a Pro. I straighten my hair almost everyday so this is really helpful!

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easy nail art

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Love the glitter

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Flat Iron Tips and Tricks. Every girl can use these tips. Pin now read later

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teal and brown

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Retro 60s makeup

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10 Secrets I Learned at Makeup Artist School...don't just pin this, click the link and glean the info!

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#nails

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Sailor's knot braid: Four strand braid. 1) Divide hair into 4 sections and number them 1-4 from the left. 2) #1 over #2, #3 over #4. 3) #4 over #1. 4) Re-assign the numbers so that the section on the leftmost (originally #2) becomes #1. 5) Repeat from step 2. This is really easy. So easy in fact that I did it without a mirror and it turned out great. Love this braid! (Rated 5)

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lessons from the pros: big, messy waves you'll be sad you didn't pin it

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Leopard French mani

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Different Eyeliner Techniques

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Secrets to contouring and highlighting based on your face shape.

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Spray PAM on wet nails, wipe it off, and they are completely dry! Hmmm...have to try this idea from Real Simple magazine.

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13 ways to pin back your bangs

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Homemade Facial Masks

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Love these!

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christmas nail art

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Love it!

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sounds crazy. 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!)

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