After watching my boyfriend, friends and even my mom apply products to their face I knew there was a need for this post. Out of everyone my boyfriend is the worst, he will go through a bottle of a face wash in a week, finish my La Mer, La Prairie cream in a week and half. I had to start hiding my products so he couldn’t use them. Which opened a different can of worms since he prefers my products and neglects his own.   Using too much becomes wasteful, and expensive.  Applying too little then you won’t get the full benefits of the product also using too much can result in greasy skin or hair, and/or flaky patches. How much product is do you need to apply?     I’ll start with face wash depending on what kind of face wash you use it will be different sizes.…

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Summer is my favorite time of year, I love the effortless beauty that comes out in all of us. I think my mom will be really surprised I am writing about anything on hair since I barely do mine, she’s always saying it looks like I just rolled out of bed. I do admire summer styles. From braids, low buns, to ponytails. These are styles that anyone can do them self. Summer hair is about looking beachy, or like you haven’t put too much time into your hair. Beach Waves: If you don’t have naturally wavy hair there are easy ways to achieve this look. Start by getting your hair a little damp, you can spray your hair with water with a spray bottle so that it doesnt’ end up getting soaked. ( You can also do this right after the shower after you have washed your hair.) Spray a…

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Want Beach Hair but can’t get to the beach, here a recipe that you can do at home A clean spray bottle. You can find them at Target, Wal-Mart, drugstores, or beauty supply stores. Get one that is 8oz-10oz. Then put in your spray bottle 8 fl. oz. of water. You can use distilled or filtered if your tap water isn’t the best on hair Get Sea salt, finely grounded because it will mix easier and dissolve faster in the water. If you use a larger grain of salt you can add warm water to help dissolve it. Use 1 tsp for each 8 fl oz of water. Get a conditioner you can use a coconut smelling one to get a more beachy scent. But you can add your favorite conditioner to the mix. Use 1/2 a tsp for 8oz of water, add more if you have dry hair. A…

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