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Pretty Eye, Cat Eye, Eye Makeup, Eye Shadows, Blue Eye, Eyeshadows, Eyemakeup, Smokey Eye, Gold Eyes
Eye Make Up Ideas// Gold Eye Shadow And Cat Eyes
Gorgeous smokey eye. Brown and gold eyeshadow, amazing blue eyes
how to: copper eye makeup for blue eyes Where to buy Real Techniques brushes makeup -$10 http://youtu.be/tl_2Ejs1_9 #realtechniques #realtechniquesbrushes #makeup #makeupbrushes #makeupartist #makeupeye #eyemakeup #makeupeyes
Pretty eye makeup. eyeliner, eyes, eyeshadow
Perf gold eye shadow for blue eyes
coconut oil to remove eye makeup
Diy Eye, Make Up Removal, Eye Makeup Removal, Removal Eye, Coconut Oil, Eye Make Up, Eye Makeup Remover, Eyemakeup, Diy Makeup
coconut oil to remove eye makeup - this totally worked! No more buying separate eye makeup remover!
DIY Eye Make-Up Remover: coconut oil. I swear by the stuff. It does everything. Where to buy Real Techniques brushes makeup -$10 http://youtu.be/Ma9w3IGLEzA #realtechniques #realtechniquesbrushes #makeup #makeupbrushes #makeupartist #makeupeye #eyemakeup #makeupeyes
DIY eye make up remover - coconut oil
DIY Makeup Remover with only coconut oil
Yet another great use for coconut oil... DIY: eye makeup remover... I love step 3... Haha
"Brown Smokey Eye: Urban Decay NAKED 2 palette" by lovesunshiine ❤ liked on Polyvore
Urban Decay, Makeup, Beautiful, Decay Naked, Urbandecay, Eyeshadows, Smokey Eye, Hair, Brown Smokey
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Urban Decay Naked Palette 2 tutorial #beauty #shimmer #smokey #smoky #naked2 #tutorial makeup tips + ideas #eyes #eyeshadow makeup eyeshadow inspiration #urbandecay
“Brown Smokey Eye: Urban Decay NAKED 2 palette” by mrsplancarte ❤ liked on Polyvore I have this palette! I can’t wait to try it! @ Beauty Salon Hair Styles
Now I get it! Thank you!
Straightener Curls, Curls Hair With Flats Iron, Flat Irons, Curls Tutorial, Flat Iron Curls, Curls With Flats Iron, Hair Style, Flats Iron Curls, Curling Iron
flat iron curl curls how to curl hair with a flat iron how to curl hair with flat iron
curling your hair with a flat iron - step by step instructions-everyone always asks me how to do it, this is how! Maintains curls much longer than a curling iron, use a protectant tho!!!
Flat iron curling tutorial
Hair styles- Flat iron curls. Favorite!
Straightener curling tutorial
Curl with flat iron tutorial.
Tools: Blow dryer with the nozzle, leave-in conditioner or detangler, protective serum or frizz taming serum, medium to large round brush, clips. 1. On wet hair, spray leave-in conditioner or detangler so that you’re not ripping at your hair as you brush it out. See here for details on that. Always best to apply leave-in or detangler right out of the shower, before the hair starts to air dry. Spraying it on air dried hair may cause the hair to feel sticky in the long run. 2. Like I alwa...
great hair tutorial
Blowing Dry, Wet Hair, Long Hair, Dry Hair, Hair Style, Thick Hair, Lauren Conrad, Dry Basic, Hair Tips
A clean canvas: Blow dry basics - Lots of requests for a very basic blow out. Here’s your step by step! I’ll do one for curly hair and one for fine hair as well. These are the basics steps for anyone with wavy and/or thick hair like Lauren’s...
Blow dry basics: 1. On wet hair, spray leave-in conditioner or detangler. 2. Blow your bangs/fringe section out FIRST. 3. Let the rest down and take a little moisture out, keeping hair evenly damp. 4. Apply frizz tamer/argan oil/protective serum from middle of hair to ends. 5. Blow out the back, pulling and stretching sections around as you dry. 6. Dry sides, maintaining tension. 7. Handle flyaways, blowing little hairs underneath long hairs. 8. Flip and “stir it up” for a more natural look.
Blow dry basics -- and other helpful hair styling tips -- Thanks to the one and only Lauren Conrad.
Hair tips- The perfect blow dry #hair #woman
Blow dry basics Tools: Blow dryer with the nozzle, leave-in conditioner or detangler, protective serum or frizz taming serum, medium to large round brush, clips. 1. On wet hair, spray leave-in conditioner or detangler so that you’re not ripping at your hair as you brush it out. See here for details on that. Always best to apply leave-in or detangler right out of the shower, before the hair starts to air dry. Spraying it on air dried hair may cause the hair to feel sticky in the long run. 2. Like I always say, blow your bangs/fringe section out FIRST. The sooner you blow this out, the more control you’ll have over parting + cowlicks. People always tell me how much difficulty they’ve had with this section, and once they’ve tried blowing it out while it’s totally wet, everything changes. The wetter the better when it comes to the very front section of your hair, or any uncontrollable cowlick for that matter. You want to stretch the hair from left to right while blowing it out. That will give you the most flexibility with your part. Your nozzle should be ON! 3. Once you’ve tamed the front section, let the rest down and take a little moisture out, but not too much because it will end up dry in some places and wet in others. Try to keep the dryer moving and do your best to keep the hair evenly damp. 4. Now apply a frizz tamer, argan oil, or protective serum. Whatever you and your hairstylist like the most. I like to apply this after I rough dry. The hair needs more protection and smoothing when there’s direct brush + blow dryer contact. If you put it in before this, it may not be as helpful. You don’t need a lot! Just a little applied from the middle of your hair to the ends. 5. Next move to the back. Pull the sections around as you dry. Stretching them will help smooth them. Notice Lauren’s using a boar bristle brush. Brushes with lots of natural bristles are great for smoothing because they grab the hair and get lots of tension. The difference in brushes can be found here! Always turn your head to the side when blowing out the back. It’s easier on your arms and you get more access to the root area which is important in the back sections. Work your way up, section by section until you reach the top/back. 6. Then you’re on to the sides. Divide the left + right sections and clip them up (see image 6). The most important thing on the sides is getting even tension. Make sure the hair is laying evenly on the brush. Also, since you started in the back, this will have air dried a little. Wet it a little bit if you think it’s getting too wavy. Once the hair starts drying and developing it’s own wave, you need to wet it a little or you’ll just end up with more frizz. Stop for knots! Comb them out nicely or bad things can happen! 7. After you’ve blown your hair out entirely, go back through and handle the fly aways! My favorite technique for that is blowing all the little hairs underneath the big hairs. In other words, using your blow dryer with the nozzle attached, push the little hairs underneath the longer heavy hairs. The longer heavy hairs will sit on top of the little hairs and weigh them down! It’s my favorite trick and works so much better than loading the top of your head with hairspray. 8. After you’ve gotten dressed and the hair has cooled, the fly aways should be tamed. Now go back in, take off the nozzle, flip your head over and “stir it up”. This gives you a more natural, piece-y look and keeps it from looking too done
15 Tips to Perfect eyes.