OK! So maybe not THIS fast! HA!
It’s seems as though we either have a shorter attention span or there is just not enough time in the day! Regardless, I am here to help eliminate stress when it comes to doing your hair and makeup on a daily basis.
Before you jump the gun and purchase products and devices for your skin, you must know what type of skin you have. Take this Skin Analysis to receive the results you need for a healthy skin journey without wasting money! http://mindfulsoulandbeauty.com/skinanalysis/
An easy way to tell which category your hair falls into is to take a single strand from your hairbrush and lay it down on a plain, flat surface. Next, cut a piece of sewing thread about six inches long (choose a similar color to your hair if you can) and place it next to your strand of hair. If your hair appears thinner than the sewing thread, your hair is fine, while if it seems thicker, it’s likely coarse. Anything in between them would be medium.
Whether you believe it or not, you already know what you prefer when it comes to wearing makeup. You may feel helpless when it comes to applying it, but if someone was to do your makeup, you’d definitely know what you don’t want. Book a consultation (virtual or in person). Gain clarity! https://mindfulsoulbeauty.as.me/makeupconsult
Once you learn your collective beauty type, you’ll know which products and tools will be beneficial. I’ve highlighted a few below. Click any image and be directed their site. I’ve also included beauty tip videos. ENJOY!
You can apply lipstick straight from the tube. To get the best results and a luscious pout, you’ll need to prep. Exfoliate your lips to remove flaky skin. You can create this by mixing coconut oil and sugar! Then you can use a lip liner, this helps the lip color to not feather. Swipe on your lipstick and blot with a tissue – creates a stain and will last longer. Reapply your lipstick. You’re set!
Begin by brushing your eyebrows up and out so you can see your natural shape. Begin filling at the arch. Apply in short, hairlike strokes. This will give you the most natural look.
Absolutely! There are no ‘set in stone’ rules when it comes to brushes. As long as it does what you need it to do – go for it! Just make sure to clean your brushes in between uses.
First of all, don’t be so hard on yourself. Even as a professional, I still can’t make a straight continuous line! Apply the pen at an angle, parallel to your lash line. Apply in short strokes – connecting the ‘dashes’. Then go over the line you created with the pen. Remember that any mistakes can be cleaned up with concealer and a small brush. Here’s an in depth video on eyeliner. ENJOY! https://vimeo.com/400422100
If you love the way your hair looks and feels with your current shampoo, there’s no need to switch it out. Choose shampoos that will give you the desired effect. If you want more moisture, make sure you’re using a hydrating shampoo. Need a lift? A volumizing shampoo will help. Catch my drift? If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
A universally flattering hairstyle would be a side swept bang with soft layers around the face. This softens the neck and gives your cheekbones the illusion of a lift.
This is a common myth. Short answer is no. You should cut your hair every 6 to 8 weeks to prevent strands from breaking, not because hair will grow faster. Having full and healthy ends will give the illusion of longer hair!