If you're looking for ways to pump up the volume on your lashes,
getting extensions might be your solution. Eyelash extensions can be
subtle or head-turning dramatic. It all depends on the look you want.
Before making any decisions, you'll want to know about the various kinds
of eyelash extensions that are available. Check out our eyelash guide
to help find the best option.
or acrylic lashes, are the most durable lashes out there. Their firm
build allows them to keep their curl and offers a fairly dramatic look.
They're a bit glossy, and some people say they don't feel or look as
natural as other lash extensions. They're best for younger clients with a
full set of natural lashes.
aren't as heavy as synthetic lashes and tend to stay on a bit longer
than synthetics too. Silk lashes can accommodate various looks, from
eye-popping to subtle. They're good for women with fine or weak lashes.
can get real mink lashes or fake, it's a personal preference really.
Mink lashes are popular with celebrities because they look and feel like
real lashes. Plus, they're so fine and lightweight they tend to stay in
place longer. While they have many benefits, they are more expensive.
They also take a bit longer to apply. Expect about two hours to apply
mink lashes, as each lash is set in place one at a time.
If you're considering extensions, chat with us. We offer advice on the best kind of lashes for your eyes.
Most women have a love/hate
relationship with their hair. Okay, truth be told, it's mostly a "please be
nice to me today" relationship. Did you know that a survey conducted by Tressemme revealed that the average
woman spends $50,000 on her hair over the course of her lifetime? That's a lot
of love! Oh, and this is fun: 54 percent of women surveyed claim that they got
madder at their hair sometime during the previous month than they did at their
man. Whether or not you're romancing a partner as you move toward Valentine's Day,
there's a good chance you'll be wooing your hair. We've put a few ideas
together so that you can enjoy the day while looking your very best.
This Valentine's Day, celebrate your natural beauty. You
don't need fancy products with tons of chemicals to have great skin and hair.
In fact, many treatments from spas and salons are rooted in home remedies. Let
your natural beauty shine through with these back-to-basic treatments.
Exfoliate naturally with grapes.
Thanks to the fruit acids and high levels of vitamin C, grapes fight
free-radical damage and make great, natural exfoliators. Grapes also contain salicylic acid and
polyphenols, which are found in expensive moisturizers.
Tone skin with apple cider vinegar
The acidity of apple cider vinegar not only helps restore your skin to its
natural pH balance, allowing skin to sit at that ideal stage between dry and
oily, but it also prevents blemishes, reduces red marks and softens skin. The
tonic works best when used after cleansing, and the smell will dissipate after
a few minutes. If you have sensitive skin, you may need to further dilute the
Pump up the volume with beer.
Surprisingly enough, if you want luscious locks, try washing your hair with
some beer. The proteins found in beer help repair hair due to sun damage,
chemical processing, chlorine and pollution. The yeast and hops pump up the
volume as they plump up the hair cuticles and swell the hair shaft. The sugars
in the beer tighten the hair cuticles, making hair look nice and shiny, while
the acidity of the beer helps remove product buildup.
need to run out to the store and shell out wads of cash to look beautiful this
holiday. Most of these ingredients you probably have in your fridge or pantry.
However you decide to celebrate Valentine's Day, why not flaunt your natural
beauty with these home remedies?
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