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If you were wondering🤔
How i helped my natural hair
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Bellavrsek

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Make your hairstyles more stylish
Make your hairstyles more stylish
Make your hairstyles more stylish by adding a hair clip! Huge clips like these are trending and will make your hairstyle go from BORING to ELEGANT! 😍✨Song: all the good girls go to hell (Billie Eilish)
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CameliaKatoozian
Simple Halloween Nails 😈
Simple Halloween Nails 😈
Time to tackle some easy Halloween nails! I did these super easy black tips on my sister and incorporated a simple devil design. She isn't super into nail art and really only wears neutral colors so this was the perfect little extra Halloween flair for her! Here's how I did them: 1. I shaped the nails off camera. I went with a rounded square because most closely resembles her cuticles and looks the most natural that way. These are her natural nails! I also applied a pH bonder off camera. 2. Apply a base coat and cure. I used the KIARA SKY - Gel Essential Base Coat it's okay but not my favorite. It's pretty thick and actually separated a bit. It keeps the gel on, so it does it's job. 3. Apply your base color. For French manicures I always use a layer of OPI - OPI Gel Nail Polish in Bubble Bath and a layer of Put It In Neutral. These are my favorite nude shades and I love that they're sheer! They apply really nicely and make your nails look great. Cure your gel completely between each layer. 4. Now it's time for the tips! The easiest way for me is to first apply the curved line, or smile line, then fill in the tip. Don't worry if it's not super pigmented as we're going to do two layers. 5. For the devil art I use a thin liner brush that I got in a pack of 7 brushes from Amazon. Each nail is super easy! For the tail you'll just create a curved line into the center of the nail. At the tip of the tail add two curved triangles. 6. The devil horns are a curved triangles on either side of the nail. 7. Apply another layer to the tips. Cure. 8. Apply your non-wipe gel top coat, I used the KIARA SKY - Gel Essential Non Wipe Top Coat which again isn't my absolute favorite but I do like it better than the base coat. It's easy to apply, stays shiny and isn't too thick. Hope you enjoyed this quick tutorial! Happy Halloween! 👻💕 #CheriePartner
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kali.janel
Gel Essential Base Coat
KIARA SKY-Gel Essential Base Coat
How I get big coils ❤️
How I get big coils ❤️
Finally a hair tutorial‼️ *tag three hair besties* I get so many questions about my hair so I decided to show y’all a routine I do with my hair! My hair naturally coils but they are like medium not big like I want them so this is how I achieve this look:) - People always ask me if I have a Texturizer and the answer is NO! Lol just because I’m black and dark skin I can’t have a loose texture?! Make it make sense 😫😂Black people can have different textures❤️ - Products @auntjackiescurlsandcoils instant de tangling therapy Xtreme professional styling gel ICE Hair Spray Adhesive - #curlyhairjunkies #curlygirlmethod #curlyhairroutine #blackcurlyhair #brownskinbeauty #brownskinboys
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KINGKIAHH
How I make my $10 press on nails last 3 weeks!
How I make my $10 press on nails last 3 weeks!
I am obsessed with press on nails. They're less permanent, But, they’ve never hurt me quite like a gel manicure has. And what’s good about it is that lasted two weeks with minimal repairs needed, and earned me SO many compliments. Salons in the U.S. charge an average of $19.50 for a manicure. The average cost of a pedicure is $32.25. The average woman who gets manis and pedis does so every two weeks, running her an average of $1,345 per year. The press-on nails range from $15 to $30 and come in a ton of trim-able shapes and lengths. Not only are they cheaper, easier, and faster to apply, but my fake nails have so far tricked every damn friend into thinking they’re “real” too. A normal pack got 24 nails in 12 sizes, and a super-handy removal tool. The nails fit seamlessly, took 10 minutes to apply, and the package includes adhesives, nail glue, an orange stick, and a file. Glue can be expected to stay on for about five to seven days and adhesive backing around three to five days. Steps: 1. Subbing some alcohol with cotton pads for cleaning nail beds and prevent from popping off 2. Trim nails and remove cuticles and file the nails (prep) 3. Find the right size that fits the nail perfectly (if not, file to the right size) 4. Apply glue evenly on nail bed, and press the nails on How long do press-on nails stay on? This can vary depending on if you are using glue or adhesive. I want to share my tips of keeping these press-on nails last for 3 weeks +.  You can wash dishes, shampoo your hair, shower and even swim while wearing these nails. This is something can be done easily at home and you are never gonna want to walk inside nail salon spending $60 plus on the nails that’s probably last for a month. Don’t get me wrong, I still love visiting the salon for a *regular* This is more like an at-home manicures. STATIC NAILS - Ballet Slippers Pop-on Reusable Manicure Set
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lilyz
Ballet Slippers Pop-on Reusable Manicure Set
STATIC NAILS-Ballet Slippers Pop-on Reusable Manicure Set
ZAP YOUR WAY TO PERFECT SKIN & LONG HAIR✨
ZAP YOUR WAY TO PERFECT SKIN & LONG HAIR✨
Product: Pure daily care - NuDerma Skin Therapy Wand $47 (adjustable frequencies and 4 different wands) What it does? “Improves blood flow by oxygenating the skin. Reduces fine lines over time”. Also an “effective and natural acne treatment” claiming to reduce acne healing time by 90%. Why I bought it? I bought this product to improve the quality of my skin. I was seeing an esthetician and she used this machine on my face. I figured I would get one to use at home. How I use it? For my face: I use over my morning/night moisturizers etc. and tap the wand all over. I started off at a low frequency rate and with continued use you will be able to tolerate a higher frequency. For my hair: I brush the comb through my hair focusing the wand at the scalp. I use this product weekly on my hair. Impressions? For my face: I noticed after using this wand with no face creams it would leave splotchy red patches on my face. When I started to apply my moisturizers etc. my face tolerated the product better. As for helping with my acne/scarring the product did little to help. I think this is because different colored lights are used for different skin concerns. The light my esthetician uses is blue and this light is red. For my hair, I believe this product helped with growth. It promotes blood circulation allowing my strands to become strong and healthy and to grow to a maximum length. Do I recommend? I would definitely recommend this product for hair use. For face/skin use I would recommend looking into the different color/frequency wands before purchasing so you can best treat your skin concerns. #CheriePartner Song: Longing by Joakim Karud
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madisonnoons
NuDerma Skin Therapy Wand
Pure daily care-NuDerma Skin Therapy Wand
THIS HAIR DRYER IS THE FUTURE 😱🙌
THIS HAIR DRYER IS THE FUTURE 😱🙌
THIS HAIR DRYER IS THE FUTURE 😱🙌 Experimenting with this really cool new reverse hair dryer! It sucks damp hair into the machine and leaves your hair completely dry! I was also in the mood for some subtle heatless waves by using dutch braids and the finished hairstyle reminded me of Kim Kardashian’s hair! 😄❤️ Song: idontwannabeyouanymore (Elijah Remix)
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CameliaKatoozian
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