Earlier I posted a photo with blue ombre nails, and now I’ve done pink ombre nails. First I applied a hot pink polish. Second, I applied a light pink glitter in the middle of the nail in a dabbing motion. Lastly, I applied a darker pink glitter polish starting from the top of the nail, moving down in a dabbing motion.
She used Urban Decay’s Primer Potion before applying the eye shadow, then used a Forever 21 Makeup palette. I can’t find the link online but I’m pretty sure you can find it in stores. Anyways, I was hesitant about the makeup at Forever 21- I wasn’t quite sure how the quality would be, but surprisingly the shadows worked really well and stayed on.
For NYE, my friend and I decided to use these silver lip tattoos. It was so fun but unfortunately, it was a pain to put on- cutting it just right, trying to put them on, adjusting, etc. Mine went on pretty easily, but not so much for my friend. She ended not using them because they were such a pain! I really liked them but as the night went on, the sides of the templates were starting to peel off which was super annoying so I took them off altogether.
Whatever though, I still think they’re sick a.f.
Check em out here (comes in different patterns and designs too): http://www.sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P295486
DIY: Home-Made Facial Masks/Scrubs for all skin types!
The one thing I love doing when I have spare time is making my own facial masks. Through natural ingredients such as sugar, honey, and oatmeal, you’re sure to have healthier and glowing skin.
1.) Egg Whites and Yogurt Mask (very soothing and moisturizing): All you need is two ingredients: 2 eggwhites and 2 tblespoons of plain yogurt. Mix and apply to face, leaving on for a few minutes, then rinse with warm water.
2.) Oatmeal and Yogurt Mask (rejuvenating and cleansing): 3 simple ingredients which are: 1 tbspoon oatmeal (finely grounded), 1 tbspoon plain yogurt (no flavored), a few drops of honey. Mix the yogurt and oatmeal together and then add warmed honey to the mix (warm a tablespoon up using hot water then pour honey onto it). Apply to face and leave on for 10 minutes, then rinse with warm water.
3.) White Sugar Scrub (works extremely well for ashy skin): All you need is 2 tablespoons of sugar and 2 tablespoons of warm water! All you do is add sugar to warm water, and make sure its all dissolved before you apply it to your skin (doing so will prevent your skin from tearing). Gently massage onto your skin and rinse with warm water.
There’s no need for buying fancy facial masks, when you have all the natural ingredients at home! Your face will appreciate it :)