Desperate for longer hair fast? About a year ago, I cut some bangs that I was bored of by the second month. The problem? My hair was just NOT growing! So I remembered hearing that massaging your scalp is good for hair growth–boy is it! My bangs grew more in two months than it had in over 4 months!
So get ready for some fabulous lashes!
photo courtesy of essentialle
I have a question I was hoping you might know the answer to since you’re a beauty expert! What method/cleaning product would you suggest for cleaning make-up brushes? And how often do you recommend we do it? Thank you!
I have tried just about every brush cleaner out there! My favorite one is the MAC brush cleaner, it works really well for removing all of the makeup on my brushes and it does that with little product, which is great! I do recommend cleaning them once a week. Of course if you are a makeup artist, you should clean them after every use! 🙂
Also, you might want to try giving them a nice wash in Shampoo and Conditioner. You can do this in place of using the brush cleaner or after for easier removal (the shampoo takes a bit longer to remove the color). …
Another cool tip: Try using Olive oil as a step before shampooing. It will give your brushes extra life and make them super soft!
Quick Note: At all cost, do not let the water go past the metal part of the brush (feral). If it does, it could cause rotting of the wood!
In case you need any more details on this or anything else, definitely feel free to let me know:)
DUBAI, MARCH 2010
Nobody understands the value of a perfectly shaped face quite like artist do, especially makeup artist. After salivating over pictures of Kate Moss’s cheek bones I decided, there had to be something I could do! Enter the wonderful world of Youtube.