Filling in my eyebrows is the only thing that is a must for my daily beauty ritual.  I can go bare-faced but I always fill in my eyebrows.  They really open up your eyes and full thick eyebrows can make you look more youthful.  Here are some tips on your to get the perfect eyebrows.   Step 1: Brush your brows Brushing your brows up will help  you see where your they need to be filled.  Start brushing from the inside towards the out.  Brushing them up will show the gaps, unevenness and help them look fuller. Use a brush like this Anastasia Duo Brush #12 find it here, Anastasia Beverly Hills   Step 2: Find your arch and the end of your brow Don’t over draw your brows.  They should end at a 45 degree angle from the outside end or your eye.  You can measure this with…

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  Showering seems like a no brainer but are you doing it correctly?  Depending if you have you are going to have a short shower or have along shower where you can scrub, deep condition and put on a mask I’m going to tell you the best way to shower and use your products. These are some steps to make sure you are doing it correctly.  I am adding in some extras, that you can do once a week like a face mask and full body scrub. If it’s a hair washing day Brush Your Hair before you get into the shower. It will make such a difference before you shampoo and condition your hair.  I use a Mason Pearson Brush, I used the mixed bristle brush it is mixed with nylon and boar bristle.  It takes out all my knots and my hair knots easily and dreads easily. Find it…

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The month of May is national Mental Health month, Philosophy’s Hope & Grace Initiative supports women’s mental health.  This year their national campaign is “how are you, really?”.  We often ask people “How are you?” and it’s become a greeting instead of really asking someone how they are.  What Philosophy hopes to inspire with their campaign is starting a conversation.  Making people more aware of that mental health is a problem that people don’t talk about that often.  Unfortunately, the statistics are high when it comes to people who suffer from metal illness, in the U.S. it is about 43.8 million people a year.  If you think that doesn’t sound high, 91% of the U.S. agree that a family member has suffered from depression.  If you need more facts, 1 in 5 adults experience mental illness a year, 1 in 8 women develop clinical depression in her lifetime.  Women suffer…

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