Haircare Advice, Haircolor Advice

Great Product Sun Bum Shampoo and Conditioner.

Summer time means the beach and when you are out sun bathing, surfing or swimming you need a good product to use to clean and condition the hair. Not a product line where you need 4-5 different products to use. That is why I recommend Sun Bum Shampoo and Conditioner.  A soft simple burst of fruit and coconut scents and a rich creamy lathering experience. I also use it as a body wash. Like I said its a daily hydrating shampoo cleanses and helps deliver deep nutrition and intense moisture with a special concoction of Coconut Oil, Banana, and Sunflower Seed Oil.  Clean, light and leaves your hair smelling like a tropical paradise.

 

Sun Bum is a daily revitalizing shampoo that helps deliver deep nutrition, intense moisture, and smoothing to the most difficult-to-manage hair. I also recommend to also use it religiously to lock in hair-color and to keep it looking beautiful. Sun Bum has special blends to help restore lost moisture, repair damage, and provide unmatched humidity-resistant frizz control. Perfect for all hair types. I highly recommend it also as a clarifying shampoo.  You don’t have to wash your hair every day.  But when you do, we use a quarter size in our palms, work up a good lather and then apply directly to the scalp to get our hair squeaky clean and rinse all the oils and sand out.

 

 

 

Haircolor and Makeup Advice, Makeup Advice

Everything You Need to Know About this Eyebrow Beauty Technique

What Are Soap Brows?

Simply take out a clean, damp eyebrow brush and bar of soap, run the bristles along the soap, and brushed the hairs in an upward motion.  Your brows will looked fuller, fluffier, and stayed in place all day long. The soap will worked better than any brow gel you are using now.  Ideally, the hand soap should be glycerin, uncolored, and unscented.  Just a clear bar of soap. For the soap and brush technique spritz your brush with alcohol. I recommend this type of makeup brush for the application of the soap. It is shown below.

It is a simple wet to dry eye shadow brush.  From there, gently run the damp makeup brush back and forth along the soap, about five or six times. (Don’t do this excessively or the bar is likely to foam up). Then, starting from the inner corners, brush brows straight up, all the way through.  If you’d like, you can go over the top edges to tame some of the wilder hairs for a smoother shape (usually closer to the tail of the brows).  If you need a bit more filling in? Feel free to add extra definition with your brow pencil right after your soap application.  Yes, soap is the $1 brow tool that just might change your makeup applications.  I would also like to thank everyone for reading my blogs. And also again use a clear soap for this application.