Make your eyelashes pop!

Hit your eyelash curler with a hairdryer (or run it under hot water) to heat it up, so your lashes curl easier. Blowing hot air on your eyelash curler will help your lashes curl easier and stay curled longer; it works the same way heat changes the pattern of your hair and holds a curl... Continue Reading →

Make Your lipstick Color Pop!

For long-lasting lip color, swipe on your shade, lay a tissue over your mouth and then dust translucent powder over it to set the color.This process may seem extensive, but the payoff is worth it. Not only does the translucent powder set a bold shade, making it instantly long-wearing, but the tissue acts as a... Continue Reading →

Make Any Eyeshadow Shade Pop

Cover your eyelid with white liner to make any eyeshadow shade pop.  To make a sheer or less pigmented eyeshadow appear more colorful on your eyelid, take a white eyeliner pencil, and run it over your entire eyelid. The opaque consistency of the liner will intensify any eyeshadow shade and make it pop instantly against... Continue Reading →

TIP TUESDAY – Prime your eyelids!

To keep eye shadow from creasing eliminate as much oil as possible from your lids. Use an eye shadow base or pressed powder before applying color. Looser, more powdery shadows are best! #TipTuesday You can ALL download my Beauty Ritual Tracker for FREE, NO PURCHASE NECESSARY! Just subscribe to get updates on my I Am Beauty... Continue Reading →

Water, water, and more water

Probably the easiest thing you can do for your skin is to drink water. It'll help your digestive system, flush toxins that would otherwise pop up on your face, and plumps up your skin in a gorgeous way #TipTuesday Photo by George Keating on Pexels.com You can download my Beauty Ritual Tracker for FREE, NO PURCHASE... Continue Reading →

Your hair products are probably affecting your skin

Many conventional hair care products can cause breakouts on your face, shoulders, and back because the chemicals and oils in the products will build up over time and clog pores. And anything that foams or suds probably contains sulfates, which are highly irritating to people with sensitive skin. Opt for hair care with natural ingredients,... Continue Reading →

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