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Hair and Makeup Help!!

There are two important hair and makeup facts that you need to be aware of. First, the best hair and makeup can only be achieved with the use of the right hair and makeup product for you and the proper technique to do them. Second, you need to know that there is not really a universal hair and makeup style that will fit everyone. You need to keep trying on different looks until you find one that will truly look best in you.

Makeup Hair Tips

For the meantime, we offer you some quick makeup hair tips for everyday use. This may not give you a hair and makeup makeover or achieve your best-foot-forward look, but it will definitely make you look stunning during a normal work day:

1. Clean your skin quick. To remove oils and refresh your makeup, mist up with face with your toner, pat and even out with tissue, then finish with loose powder.

2. Lighten hair locks. Using too much hair cosmetics coupled with scalp grease can make your hair look dirty. To lighten locks, sprinkle some powder (the translucent kind) over your hair roots, then brush.

3. Hydrate. Use a conditioner to moisturize your hair and use a moisturizer for your face.

4. Fake perfect skin with pink. Aside from concealer, wearing a pink lipstick will take attention off your blemishes.

5. Depuff in a flash. If your hair is frizzy, dampen your hands with water and a little drop of lotion, then pull your hair into a French twist. Wait for about 5 minutes then take them down.

6. If in a hurry, focus on your front and top hair since this is what is most visible.

7. Ponytail is not such a bad idea. It is simple, easy to do and gives you a clean look. Spray some hairspray to finish it off.

8. Revive your face swiftly by patting a concealer under your lower lashes and the inner corners of your eyes.

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Haircare Advice for Women with Colored Treated Hair!

 

Try not to over condition the hair, especially if it is color treated! When your hair feels dry in the heat or humidity, you may be tempted to double up on the moisturizing products. But heavy moisturizing ingredients, especially those that contain oil, can make your hair oilier and look dirty. They’ll also make your regular styling products less effective.Instead, apply a half-dollar amount of conditioner midway down your hair. Work it through to the ends and don’t massage it into your scalp. The scalp and roots are already coated with your natural oils, which help to condition the hair.  Also, go easy on the treatment oils, serums, and sprays, which can contribute to build-up.

Clarifying shampoo can be a great treatment when you have build-up on your scalp from styling products or chlorine. But since they are so tough on dirt, they’re also very harsh on your hair and strip it of moisture. This will make your hair dry and frizzy. If you have colored hair, clarifying shampoo will also strip away the color and cause it to fade.Instead, use a clarifying shampoo only once a month. Your regular shampoo should be something more gentle and moisturizing.

Wet hair is more fragile dry hair. It’s more susceptible to snags and breaks. It’s a good idea to use a wide-toothed comb to detangle it, rather than a bristle brush. Pulling it into an elastic hair band can cause further damage or break the hair shaft. Instead, use a soft headband or bobby pins to pull your hair back from your face when it’s still wet.