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DIY curling wand. Over the curling iron clamp crimp? Want a curling wand? Do it yourself!

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Make your moisture mask even more powerful by adding this product you probably already own! Learn how and when to add it on thebeautydepartme... and dry skin doesn't have a chance this Winter!

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Bring your brushes back to life!

  • Pamela Espinosa
    Pamela Espinosa

    What kind of oil is best?

Just pinch it!

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A more natural alternative brush cleaner.

  • Juliana Carvalho
    Juliana Carvalho

    No I wouldn't use it. I'm a makeup artist and this makes me cringe. I would do that with my brushes cause I have invested a lot of money on them. That's not the proper way to clean it. She lay them flat to dry after dipping, swirling, putting in water with vinegar. FYI this picture was uploaded in a makeup group with professional makeup artists and their reaction was way worse than mine. Again whatever she does is wrong.

  • Helen Maritza
    Helen Maritza

    haha I like this :P

  • isabel daniel
    isabel daniel

    I love!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Artistic Images Photography
    Artistic Images Photography

    I tried this & my brushes ran clean from the get go...then I tried warm water with a drop of dawn & all the makeup came out! Had to clean at least 3 x's b4 brush ran clean but dawn works much better!!!

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The best way to correct a beauty oops!

  • Annalise Hunnicutt
    Annalise Hunnicutt

    I do the exact same thing with coconut oil!! It removes eye make up AMAZINGLY, and it is a natural moisturizer, and prevents against wrinkles and sagging around your eyes! Makes your skin super soft, too!

  • Madeline Johnson
    Madeline Johnson

    Eye shadow primer also works great! Especially to remove misplaced mascara.

  • Helen Maritza
    Helen Maritza

    Magnificent pin!! :)

Clear skin for everyone!

  • Sarah Moore
    Sarah Moore

    Yes, citrus is a no!

  • Steph

    I used to feel the same way about toner, too. Then I moved to a city with the hardest water I've ever encountered, and live in an apt. building with no water softener. Now I feel like toner is a necessary part of my skin care routine-- getting all of the residual hard water deposits off of my face to prep it for moisturizer or facial sunscreen. I like Thayers' rose witch hazel. When my current bottle runs out, I will definitely try the apple cider vinegar 'recipe' to save some dollars!

  • Vicky Rubio
    Vicky Rubio

    Hi guys, I can't find ACV where I live, will organic plain apple vinegar work aswell? Thanks!!!

  • Kathryn

    I would be careful using any vinegar on your face. ACV is okay because the pH is similar to that of your skin, but other vinegars might be too acidic. Plus, as you can see from the picture above, ACV has that cloudy stuff suspended in it- that's where all the good stuff that your skin likes, like vitamins and minerals, hangs out. Not just any old vinegar will do.

  • Vicky Rubio
    Vicky Rubio

    Ok, guess I won't get the benefits :( thanks!!

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The most magical color treated hair protector for swimming! 🌟 see the easy recipe here.

  • Sophie Hunt
    Sophie Hunt

    Wish these post came out in our Summer, living in the other half ❄️

  • Anna Kathryn
    Anna Kathryn

    Nicole Travers for Vegas!

Visit thebeautydepartme... to read about our favorite way to protect your hair from pool/ocean water!


Oil Pulling 101

  • a.k.

    I love how there's more controversy about an all natural oil than there is about flouride in toothpaste. Like, guys, it's not going to hurt you if you try this method, whether it works or not. And it's definitely better to swallow a little than it is to swallow flouride toothpaste as you do every morning.

  • Stephanie Kaplan
    Stephanie Kaplan

    Thank you!

  • Clever Clogs
    Clever Clogs

    Here ya go guys. Info from the NCBI, NIH, PCM, J-AIM w/sources, etc. Have fun researching. >>

  • Clever Clogs
    Clever Clogs

    More stuff about it>>>

  • Annabeth

    It's my 3rd comment, had tho delete the first two. Why the hell pinterest doesn't have a edit button??? Well, here is my question. Does it work with any oil? Like olive oil? I don't have coconut but I have sage oil, and sweet almond oil. I haven't tried almond for anything but I'm pretty sure I don't want that sage thing in my mouth. What should I do?

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SPRING CLEANING! There's one very important reason you should be giving your hair brushes a bath. Click the photo to find out!

The Beauty Department: Your Daily Dose of Pretty. - BRUSH BATH

Make your own heated lash curler!

  • Amie Alvarado
    Amie Alvarado

    be careful ladies!

  • Tracy Glynn
    Tracy Glynn

    or you can buy an actual heated lash curler for $5, and never crimp your lashes and risk ripping them out... jus sayin'

  • Mariana Lacey
    Mariana Lacey

    No matter what lash curler you use, it'll always be crimped, rights.

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    Mariana Lacey


Your eyes will thank you!

  • hedgehogerie

    I use jojoba oil (I didn't like coconut) and my life was basically transformed. Yay oils!!

  • Roberta Hildebrand
    Roberta Hildebrand

    Mila Hildebrand Try this!

  • Melissa Marie
    Melissa Marie

    Inga Slettengren

  • Cindy Delgadillo
    Cindy Delgadillo

    Leila does this and she loves it! I think I'm gonna try it! Evelyn Rivera

  • Zarina Verónica Mora
    Zarina Verónica Mora

    :O comprare cuando pueda!! PatsiPat

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No we haven't lost our minds! Click on the picture to see why!

  • Angela Tertulien
    Angela Tertulien

    They just want you to leave it on long enough to warm the glue so it will come out of the pot, if you put parchment or wax paper it will be fine if you put it I. The oven the plastic will melt and your left with the metal pans the shadow comes in. so once you depot them this wayyou really can't put them back again

  • Patricia Duran
    Patricia Duran

    say whaaat

  • Dyanna Littke
    Dyanna Littke

    poor quality does not always factor into broken shadow or re-potting. Higher quality pigment can actually make the shadow fragile since there are far less fillers and bondants.

  • Med in France
    Med in France

    what a good idea !

  • Rachel

    Or you can also use a blow dryer if you don't want to risk melting the plastic

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For the "life of the party" girls only! :) Have a little holiday fun and show up wearing this giant bow headband. DIY is up on TBD.

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  • Anne Lewis
    Anne Lewis

    Amarís Díaz So pretty and subtle.

  • Angie Fort
    Angie Fort

    LOL REALLY!!!!

  • abby m
    abby m

    hahah i love it!

  • Hannah Gostonczik
    Hannah Gostonczik

    The bow is as big as her head!

  • Kathleen Perrin
    Kathleen Perrin


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DIY GIANT BOW HEADBAND. A mega must for ugly sweater parties!! #fun #holiday #DIY

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  • Joann Duncan
    Joann Duncan

    Maybe when you give your self as a gift??.

  • Irene Carlos
    Irene Carlos

    Robyn Hernandez holly crap that's huge.

  • Emily Brosten
    Emily Brosten

    Madison Evans OMG should we do this?!

  • Madison Evans
    Madison Evans

    Emily Brosten i think so, its looks perfect haha

  • Cas Hernandez
    Cas Hernandez

    Neah Hernandez this is so perfect for you!!!

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Beauty a budget? No problem. Try our very green/natural alternative to dry shampoo! #kitchenbeautician

  • The Beauty Department
    The Beauty Department

    bye marisa.

  • Lux Favor Shine
    Lux Favor Shine

    Sarah White

  • Sara Bormett
    Sara Bormett

    Anna Denson, by natural oils you mean dirt and grease. Cleaning you whole body daily is a necesity, to not wash it everday is just weird and gross. Personal experience: I wash my hair everyday as well as some friends I have, our hair is long, grows fast, is shiny, and soft. Girls I talk to always ask us what we do to our hair, and we say wash daily. If you buy a good shampoo and conditioner it shouldn' tdamage your hair, so if it does your using a bad brand or something. Another personal experience, I've noticed that girls that don't wash their hair everyday have a weird smell, just saying.

  • Ashly Forli
    Ashly Forli

    you do know that lice is attracted to clean hair? the only people who end up getting lice are the ones who over wash it. So I think you are gross for washing your hair every day and risk getting bugs... dry shampoo have scents in them, to say people say smell weird is just plan fucking rude. There is so many chemicals in shampoo to wash it everyday is harsh on it. Scalp oils have a naturally protective quality.

  • Sara Bormett
    Sara Bormett

    As long as my hair is clean, and I don't hang around anyone with lice, and my house is clean. I use shampoo and conditioner so they balance each other out, I know that the shampoo is harsh, that is why I use conditioner to add the things that are needed. Shampoo cleans, conditioner adds nutrients. I've clearly angered you and I am sorry, but you didn't have to use the harsh language.

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KITCHEN BEAUTICIAN is back! Make your own eye pads and lose your baggage!! Click on the picture for the full tutorial!


DIY crystal headpiece tutorial is up on TheBeautyDepartme... 💗

  • Lillie McPherson
    Lillie McPherson

    I like the mani!

  • XandraAwesome

    Lilli English me too! Lol... And tying the gems like that looks like a big pain when you could just make your own eye loop. Plus, I'd be concerned that the twisted metal would scratch facial skin and scalp, scratch anyone the person has their head near, not to mention snag other people's clothes if you're short and hug someone.

  • XandraAwesome

    Also i'd suggest 2 pliers (needle nose or flat [or one of each]) because jump rings can be tricky

Calling all brides + bridesmaids! Here is a great DIY for a crystal headpiece.

  • Nikus Jewelry Designs
    Nikus Jewelry Designs

    Awesome, classic!

  • lsm pintrest
    lsm pintrest

    OMG really cute

Kitchen Beautician is back! We've created a little DIY tea tree mask as a little remedy for your scalp! Visit TBD for the full story + tutorial! xo

  • Thuy Nghiem
    Thuy Nghiem

    Lan Nghiem

  • Corinne Prock
    Corinne Prock

    This made me hungry!

  • Melissa Moloney
    Melissa Moloney

    Yummy, i dont think it could make it past my mouth.

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    Johanne Gagnon


  • Melissa Updike
    Melissa Updike

    it is work?? for my hair cause i alway itch my hair lol everyday that help stop it ?? more healthy again ?? let me know please tell me what kind shampoo i can used every day cause i have many different shampoo wont help me off the dry skin my hair and like flake my hair lol. thanks let me know i can do that wash once a month that help/??? let me know thanks again ;-)

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Time for a simple DIY with some wheatgrass juice! Visit TBD for a brief snippet about the healing benefits and for the full tutorial!

  • Thuy Tran
    Thuy Tran

    Rachel Hepburn this might be an option when you get sunburn

The best DIY wave spray ever!! #waves #hair

  • Stacey Iwaskow
    Stacey Iwaskow

    I cut the coconut oil down to 3/4 tsp and did 1/4 tsp of lavender oil. Yum!!

  • Ashley Hayward
    Ashley Hayward

    Evita Thomas

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    Jennifer Temmam

  • Loganberry Jam
    Loganberry Jam

    Rebecca Joy this is for us!

  • Rebecca Joy
    Rebecca Joy

    Loganberry Jam I love this!!!

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The best DIY wave spray ever!! #waves #hair


cute idea for a bday... or just a thursday.

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  • giada

    adorable! is this just made from bobby pins?

  • Kimberly Kay
    Kimberly Kay

    It looks like its made from pliable wire. The bobby pins are to show scale in the picture and to hold it in place.

  • Chelito Martin Rubio
    Chelito Martin Rubio

    Here is a link to the actual Etsy shop that makes it.