Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Hope It Gives You Hell!

Today I feel like rebelling, I feel like just climbing down of my 2 storey high apartment building and running away to discover America. But instead I'm stuck at home listening to American rejects waiting for my hair to dry. Fun huh ? I don't think a lot of people read my blog but its like What eves ! OK so I really want to go shopping at this thrift store close from my apartment but my mom is a bit broke so I'm not really going to ask for anything, she has already bought me to many things already. I cant wait to turn 14 and start working i really need to get my hands on some MULA!
5:32Pm: I breaking out like crazy I feel really gross but its cool, Ill just put a hot cloth on it and Honey.

Friday, April 9, 2010

Mermaid Kesha Money sign $$$

Money Look.
Hello dolls so here is a pic of a look I did a while back it reminded me of Kesha Money sign lols, Enjoy.

Inpired By:

Hope You guys liked the look I am hoping to make videos very very soon :)


Barbie Gaga

Gone Gaga.
Hello Dolls well today I was inspired on recreating a lady gaga look.

So here it is:
Inspired By:

Hope you guys like :)


Monday, April 5, 2010

Find Your Best Smoky Eye Look.

Ideal Smoky Look For Oval Eyes:Lucky for you, oval shaped eyes can pretty much pull off any smoky look. To create a style for this shape, you'll need the following tools and products:
Three shades of eyeshadow in a light, medium, and darker tone. To make this easy, use an eyeshadow palette so you have to fumble with multiple compacts. Try
Three shades of eyeshadow in a light, medium, and darker tone.
Try: Physicians Formula Shimmer Strips Custom Eye Enhancing Shadow & Liner, $11.95.
For a daytime smoky day look stick to mauve and bronze shades, but for nighttime, turn up the heat with black and gunmetal.
  • Three brushes -- a fluffy brush, a stiff, medium-sized brush and a liner brush.
  • An eyelash curler. I love the Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler, $19.
  • •A dark pencil eyeliner. Try the top-rated MAC Powerpoint Eye Pencil, $17.50.
  • Mascara.

Application technique:

Step 1: Sweep the lightest shadow across your lids using your stiff brush.

Step 2: Next, work the medium shade into the creases of your eyes, blending upwards.

Step 3:Carefully blend the darkest eyeshadow shade on the outer corners of your creases only, extending it past your eyes slightly.

Step 4: Line your top lashlines with your eyeliner pencil.

Step 5: To create the smoky effect, dampen your liner brush and dip it into the dark shadow shade. Smudge the shadow on the outer part of your lashlines, dragging it up and outward slightly.

Step 6: Pick up your pencil liner again repeat Steps 4 and 5 on your lower lashlines.

Step 7: Finish by curling your lashes and applying two to three coats of mascara.


If your eyes are small ...I recommends using medium and light shades only. Just sweep a medium-toned shimmer shadow on the lids and a lighter shimmery color up into the browbone. For liner, I like to extend the liner past the eye shape and smudge [it] into the shadow with a small stiff brush or a Q- tip. A flesh toned or white eyeliner can be used on the wetline [or inner rims] here to make eyes really look bigger and pop.

If your eyes are far apart ...To make your eyes appear closer together, Schlip recommends keeping the darker shadows focused on the inner corners of your eyes. And avoid extending your liner beyond your outer corners.

If your eyes are close together ...To make your eyes appear further apart, apply "white shimmery shadow" with a small brush to the inner corners of your eyes. Then, when applying your liner, apply it in a very thin line at your inner corners and extend and thicken the line as you reach your outer corners "to draw [your] eyes outward."

I hope you guys enjoy and try this look for yourself.


Sunday, April 4, 2010

Damages Of Putting Hair In Ponytail.

PonyTails and how they affect you?!Pony tails we all seen it done it and know we find out the damaging affects of it. Any time you put your hair in a situation where the hair is under constant tension, you run the risk of damaging your hair. You should also try to avoid pulling the ponytail too tight, to minimize the amount of tension on the hair. The hair can become stretched and the cuticle layer can become distorted. In severe cases, you develop frizzy hair and breakage. In addition, some ponytail elastics can cause damage on their own, and only snag-free elastic bands (without metal connectors) should be used.Better still, you should look for accessories like “scrunchies” which are usually covered in smooth fabrics that minimize the friction against the hair, and hold the hair more loosely. I always like to wear scrunchies with little details like a flower or butterflies.
I remember when I was younger flipping my hair to the side and making this high side ponytail that would almost touch my forehead. So whats your ponytail story ?

Friday, April 2, 2010

Home Beauty Facial Recipes.

Say Hello To The New Beauty Revolution And Its Free!
Hello dolls so today we are talking about home made facial recipes that include, Homemade Facial Masks, Avocado facial mask, avocado beauty mask, free facial at home, free makeup recipes, && home-made facial treatments.
Exfoliators: I take almond oil and add "sugar in the raw" It makes a great exfoliator and is so much less expensive than buying it commercially. I love to rub it intoRemove Formatting from selection my hands and heels and then rinse it off. It makes them feel nice and smooth!
I use regular epsom salts available at any pharmacy and add my choice of essential oils I get at the health food store. I love to use eucalyptus and mint or orange. Add it to the bath. It really helps clear the sinuses when you have a cold or just plain makes you feel relaxed.
  • Hair Masks:
    1. Mayonnaise for dry hair
    2. Olive Oil - apply to your hair. Enclose your hair with plastic wrap. Leave on at least an hour, or overnight if you have very dry hair. Shampoo out. This leaves your hair feeling very luxurious.
    4. Beer rinse on hair makes it nice and shiny.
    5. Peanut Butter - use as a super conditioner. The peanut oil will condition your hair deeply. Comb it into your hair and let it sit for about 10-20 minutes, then shampoo it out.
    6. Herbal Tea - Use as a cleanser for your hair. Rinse it in.

Homemade Facial Masks

Avocado ~ Mash half of an avocado and apply to your face. Apply to face and leave it on for 20 minutes. Gently wipe off with a damp wash cloth.

Banana, Honey & Sour Cream ~ Mash 1/2 banana, add 1 tablespoon honey and 2 tablespoons sour cream. Apply to face and leave it on for 10 minutes. Gently wipe off with a damp wash cloth.

Almonds & Berries ~ In a food processor or blender, combine 1/2 cucumber, 1 tablespoon yogurt, a few strawberries, and 1 teaspoon honey. Apply to face and leave it on until it dries. Gently wipe off with a damp wash cloth.

Cornmeal ~ Mix two tablespoons of cornmeal mixed with a bit of water to make a thick paste. Apply to face and leave it on for 10 minutes. Gently wipe off with a damp wash cloth.

Apricots & Cream ~ Soak 1 cup dried apricots in water until softened. Then puree in blender or food processor with 2 tablespoons skim milk powder. Apply to face and leave it on for 15 minutes. Gently wipe off with a damp wash cloth.

Cucumber & Yogurt ~ Puree 1/2 peeled, sliced cucumber in a blender or food processor and add 1 tablespoon yogurt. Apply to face and leave it on for 20 minutes. Gently wipe off with a damp wash cloth.

Ok so I really hope you guys enjoy and do this fun recipes at your own home.


Thursday, April 1, 2010

Dont Want No Paper Gansta. "Review"

Beats By Dr. Dre Lady Gaga Heartbeats In-Ear Headphones.
Hello Dolls I been wanting the Lady Gaga earphones for a while but there just too expensive. On Wednesday my friend came to chat to me and he had on the Lady Gaga earphones, I totally freaked out and stared jumping and screaming. I asked him where he got them from he told me from Hot topic. I was surprised to find out that Hot topic sold them at such an amazing prize. Now is when I got around to hit to look for the earphones and guess what?! I found them, at an amazing prize of $99.95. My jaw dropped with enthusiasm. But then again I can’t still afford them I really can’t wait to start babysitting again and or working.

I tried on the earphones and they blocked all the noise around me and it was just one ear. They were really comfy and fun to wear they offer great sound. They don’t tangle because of the way they are built. There is also custom fit for different ear whole you would say. For the 10 or 20 minutes I had them they were amazing. I give this 5 out of 5 stars. The packaging is marvelous. In general everything is amazing.

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Price: Was: $119.95 Now: $99.95

Makeup Ingredients to Avoid.

I put that on my Face!

Hello Dolls when I first started learning about the chemicals found in most makeup, I was appalled. I knew that beauty products weren’t perfect, but I couldn’t believe that a few common ingredients found in the vast majority of makeup brands were seriously detrimental to my health!
Alas, it gets worse. Because product labels and advertising can be misleading (and there are no strict regulations regarding “natural” beauty product claims), it can make finding makeup without harmful ingredients a little tricky.
I can’t possibly begin to list every potential health-threatening chemical found in makeup, but there are definitely a few that should be avoided at all costs. The following guide will show you which chemicals to avoid, and how you can be a smarter beauty shopper.
Cosmetic Ingredients to Avoid

1. Fragrance
Synthetic fragrances are found in a huge variety of beauty products, including makeup, cleansers, hair dye, shampoos, conditioners, perfume… you name it, chances are, fragrance will be included as an ingredient. What many people aren’t aware of, however, is that synthetic fragrances can be quite damaging to your health. Additionally, “fragrance” can include hundreds of different ingredients combined, each ingredient not required to be on the label!
According to the
Skin Deep: Cosmetic Safety Database, artificial fragrances in makeup are known to be an immune system toxicant, meaning many people experience allergic reactions and other side effects from using products that contain fragrance. What’s more, this ingredient has also been linked to several nervous system ailments.

2. Butylated Hydroxytoluene (BHT)
Commonly used as a food additive, BHT can also be found in makeup and beauty products such as lipstick/balm, foundation, eyeshadow, etc. This chemical has been known to
cause cancer in laboratory animals, and has been linked to immune system problems, endocrine system disruptions, nervous system problems, respiratory problems, reproductive harm, and skin irritations.

3. Oxybenzone (or, Benzophenone-3)
This ingredient is typically found in sunscreens and moisturizers, but can also be used in foundation, nail polish, and other beauty products that contain SPF. According to the
Cosmetic Safety Database, oxybenzone rapidly absorbs into the skin in large amounts and often results in photoallergic reactions. The chemical has also been linked to cellular damage, cancer, and other health issues.
That sounds scary enough, but consider this: Oxybenzone has been linked to so many health problems that some countries have severely limited its use in cosmetics or strictly banned it from use — period. Knowing that, you have to wonder why this toxic chemical continues to be used in the cosmetic industry.

4. Triethanolamine
Used as a fragrance ingredient, or a pH adjuster and/or an emulsifying agent, triethanolamine can often be found in mascara, anti-aging products, foundations, moisturizer, and other beauty products. There’s some pretty compelling evidence that
links this chemical to immune system problems and skin allergies, and may cause respiratory distress or other illness.

5. Phthalates
Phthalates (comprising several different chemicals, including dibutyl phthalate and diethyl phthalate) are typically used in nail polish, hair gel and other products to give the product more staying power. However, these toxic chemicals have been shown to cause
liver, kidney and other organ damage.
Phthalates have also been linked to lung problems and a host of other potential health and reproductive harm. The use of phthalates have been banned in Europe, but the United States and Canada continue to expose consumers to the potential toxicity of these chemicals.
These are only 5 ingredients that have been shown to cause potential health problems in consumers. Unfortunately, I cannot possibly begin to list all of the makeup ingredients known to be carcinogenic or harmful, but these are definitely some of the worst ingredients you should strive to avoid at all costs.

It pays to be a conscious consumer, so you need to diligently read labels on all makeup and other beauty products you buy. Look for products free of these chemicals and other ingredients that are questionable. By visiting the links in this article, you can read more about these and other ingredients you should attempt to avoid.


Beauty Treatments Using Honey

What You didnt know!

Can’t spend the day at a beauty spa? You can still get a sweet treatment. All-natural honey has been used as a beauty product since the days of Cleopatra and it continues to be used today in manufactured and homemade products for skin and hair care. Honey is a natural humectant, which means it has the ability to attract and retain moisture. The skin’s ability to stay moist (or hydrated) is an important factor in its ability to maintain softness, suppleness and elasticity. As skin ages, or as it is exposed to environmental stresses and chemical agents, it loses its ability to retain water; it becomes dry and appears wrinkled. Honey’s natural hydrating properties make it ideal for use in moisturizing products. Because is also suitable for sensitive skin products.

Studies have also revealed that honey has significant natural antioxidant properties. Antioxidants play a role in protecting the skin from the damage of UV rays, and aiding in skin rejuvenation. Prolonged exposure to the sun’s UV radiation can cause skin damage, premature aging and even skin cancer. The Cosmetics, Toiletries and Fragrance Association reports that, because chemical and physical barrier sunscreens can cause skin irritation, companies are researching the use of antioxidants, anti-irritants and moisturizers in sun care products. Honey has potentialfor use in these products.
A recent review of medical research documents honey’s effectiveness as an antimicrobial agent. Antimicrobial agents inhibit the growth of certain bacteria. According to Janice Cox, author of Natural Beauty at Home, "Honey’s antimicrobial properties make it useful for the treatment of minor acne flare-ups. Also, unlike some acne treatments, honey doesn’t dry the skin." Honey is antimicrobial for many reasons, including its high sugar content, which limits the amount of water available to bacteria for growth; its relatively high acidity (low pH); and its low protein content, which deprives bacteria of nitrogen needed for growth. The presence in honey of hydrogen peroxide, and the antioxidants honey contains, also inhibit bacterial growth.
Honey’s prospects in skin care are looking even sweeter; research is currently underway to develop a process using honey to create alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs). AHAs are an important ingredient in many skin creams and moisturizers because they help exfoliate the skin. Exfoliation increases the renewal of the skin cells and gives skin a younger, more vibrant look. Exfoliation can also cause skin irritation, so honey’s natural moisturizing ability makes it a perfect fit for AHA products.

Soothing Skin Clarifier (for minor acne flare-ups)
Mix 1/2 cup warm water with 1/4 teaspoon salt. Using a cotton ball, apply directly to blemish. Maintain pressure with cotton ball for several minutes, to soften blemish. Using a cotton swab, dab honey on blemish; leave on 10 minutes. Rinse and pat dry.

Firming Facial Mask
Whisk together 1 tablespoon honey, 1 egg white, 1 teaspoon glycerin (available at drug and beauty stores) and enough flour to form a paste. Smooth over face and throat. Leave on 10 minutes. Wash off with warm water.
Hair Conditioner
Mix 1/2 cup honey with 1/4 cup olive oil. (Use 2 tablespoons oil for normal to oily hair.) Using a small amount at a time, work mixture through hair until coated. Cover hair with a shower cap; leave on 30 minutes. Remove shower cap; shampoo well and rinse. Dry as normal.
Personal Tough.
I been using honey since early 2009 and it has worked wonders for my acne and scars I’m not saying it will completely remove your acne but since it’s an all natural product it does wonder for your skin. My scars have almost disappeared its amazing. I like using all natural honey, example Viktor Pure Honey, which still contains the comb.

Were To Purchase:
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