Hurrrr Styles/ Make up/ Nails

Ways to make me beautiful on the outside, since I'm obviously already gorgeous on the inside.
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3 parts olive oil 1 part honey. Heat in microwave for 30-45 seconds (until it just begins to boil). Stir until well blended. When still warm, but cool enough to touch apply to damp towel dried hair and comb through. Wrap in towel or put up in a plastic shower cap or bag, let sit for 20-30 minutes. Rinse thoroughly, Shampoo, Condition.

3 parts olive oil 1 part honey. Heat in microwave for 30-45 seconds (until it just begins to boil). Stir until well blended. When still warm, but cool enough to touch apply to damp towel dried hair and comb through. Wrap in towel or put up in a plastic shower cap or bag, let sit for 20-30 minutes. Rinse thoroughly, Shampoo, Condition.

epsom salts: to create Wavy Hair: mix a teaspoon of salts + a few drops of olive (or jojoba) oil + 1/4 cup H20 in a spritzer bottle and mist on damp hair.

epsom salts: to create Wavy Hair: mix a teaspoon of salts + a few drops of olive (or jojoba) oil + 1/4 cup H20 in a spritzer bottle and mist on damp hair.

HOW-TO:  First you paint a regular coat of dark polish all over your nail.  Quickly put a few small dots of lighter polish on your nail while everything is still wet.  Swirl them together to create a marble effect with either a fine brush, a toothpick or a needle. Easy!  The more you mix them together the more subtle the design will be, the less you touch it the more dramatic it will be.

HOW-TO: First you paint a regular coat of dark polish all over your nail. Quickly put a few small dots of lighter polish on your nail while everything is still wet. Swirl them together to create a marble effect with either a fine brush, a toothpick or a needle. Easy! The more you mix them together the more subtle the design will be, the less you touch it the more dramatic it will be.

Spray PAM on wet nails, wipe it off, they're completely dry! No way.. from Real Simple magazine

Spray PAM on wet nails, wipe it off, they're completely dry! No way.. from Real Simple magazine

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