Beth Ravenscroft

Beth Ravenscroft

Beth Ravenscroft
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Looove The Smell Of Coffee && REALLY Need To Organize All My Brushes So This Is An Awesome Idea :) I would so use this for brushes as well as eyeliners!

Coffee bean make up brush holder - it also doubles as a coffee bean room air freshener. I nice little wake me up! You could also use things like dried beans, marbles, rice, or mini crystals.

OPI Lights of Emerald City

Lights of Emerald City. It's like birthday cake nails! And I love the Wizard of Oz connection (I get swayed the same way by names of house paints). I don't think OPI goes on as well as Zoya or Essie, though.

It may sound peculiar but it actually helps in hair growth. Flip your head for 2-4 minutes and softly comb your roots which will bring natural oil to the end of the hair. This will also help to stimulate the hair follicles by reversing the blood flow.

How to Get Healthy Hair - Hair-Care Tips - ELLE: use a natural bristle brush, it's less damaging and more gentle to hair. Always use a wide tooth comb if your hair is wet (and curly so it doesn't frizz when you brush it, like with a boar bristle brush)

Apply for 1 month, once per week. Hair grows about 10 centimeters. Mask recipe is very simple and is based on the fact that mustard powder warms the skin of the head and causes a rush of blood to the hair follicles. 2 tablespoons of dry mustard powder (available from the department of spices) with hot water to dissolve 2 tablespoons, 1 egg yolk, 2 teaspoons of olive oil, 2 teaspoons of sugar (the more sugar, the meaner).

apply for 1 month 1 time per week. mustard bake: warming the skin of the head and causing a rush of blood to the hair follicles: 2 tablespoons dry mustard powder, with 2 tablespoons of hot water 1 egg yolk 2 tablespoons olive oil, 2 teaspoons of sugar