Wanna thicker your brows? Follow this tip!!👇👇
Hey guys, have you ever dreamed about thick brows? Do you have trouble on how to thicker them? If the answer is yes, this tip may give you much help. I am gonna share two posts about how to DIY serums for thicker your brows. So at the beginning, I need to give you some introductions on what ingredients we need and what their functions you could achieve. castor oil Castor oil is fabulous for improving hair growth. It helps eyebrows grow faster and thicker. It does this in a few ways. First, it has moisturizing properties that nourish hair follicles. Second, fatty acids in castor oil care for hair and stimulate more hair growth. Finally, because it’s deeply penetrating that helps boost eyebrow growth. sweet almond oil Sweet almond oil conditions brows. It contains essential fatty acids which are key for healthy hair growth. Plus, sweet almond oil penetrates hair and strengthens hair by sealing in moisture. tea tree essential oil Tea tree essential oil (also known as melaleuca) helps remove debris and buildup from eyebrow follicles. Clean hair follicles makes it easier for new hairs to sprout and push through eyebrow, which means thicker and faster growing eyebrows. vitamin E Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin that’s loaded with good-for-your-hair nutrients. Plus, it improves blood circulation which provides optimal nourishment to hair follicles. And it helps balance oil production and unclog pores which can help retain eyebrow hair so it’s less likely to fall out or thin. These 4 ingredients are necessary to DIY your brow serum. You could also add some essential oil or perfume if you like. Such as rosemary or lavender are really popular on cosmetics. Actually, those ingredients are easy to buy. You can get them from Amazon or many drugstore. When you finish your preparation, the next post will teach you how to create your serum step to step. Don't worry, the whole process only takes you 4 steps. Follow me and have fun on your DIY trip~
Sep. 24, 2020
please help w/ acne scars & ingrown facial hair!
I have INCREDIBLY sensitive skin. I do better not using a single face product on my skin than to use even a simple moisturizer. My skin my has been oily all my life. However, recently, my nose has been incredibly flakey. It also is jam packed up “white heads” that are hard to see on surface level, but very full! My cheeks are covered in DEEP acne scars. I can feel remaining muck under these scars, but, nothing. I have high testosterone levels, so I have a lot of facial hair. It isn’t much of a problem except for my chin; it’s covered in scars, ingrown hairs & new acne. It won’t stop, please help!!!!
Stripping down my skincare: organic healing
I want to use this platform to share my journey with you. I am a compulsive picker and plucker. It was a response to how emotionally scared my teen years left me. My skin erupted in cystic acne and I didn’t know how to heal myself. Instead I layered on heavy foundation (sooo cakey!) and responded with harsh chemicals that I didn’t fully understand. In addition to that, I PLUCKED my eyebrows so severely that I am still working to grow them back. When I would get anxious, I’d respond by picking at my skin and plucking my hair. This would only leave me feeling worse, when I’d see the outcome of those unhealthy behaviors. It’s been a long journey to undo the effects and habits of my past, but I’m happy to say that my current beauty routines are designed to celebrate myself, rather than punish myself! I know so many people tout caster oil, but let. me. tell. you! I saw results a month into using the oil on my brows. Before buying any over the top products filled with chemicals, try out natural oils and healthy beauty habits (like clean eating!) Over the next few weeks, I will be sharing what habits have worked best for my lifestyle change, and why going organic was one of the best decisions of my life pura d'or - Castor Oil Includes Bonus Brush Kit 100% Pure USDA Organic
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Little bit about me
Hi all! I have been stockpiling products that I want to share my opinions about for a while now. I am a college student who recently got balayage for the first time, learned how to paint my nails, and finally got my acne somewhat under control. I am sharing some pictures of my recent haircut and coloring (as I will mostly be reviewing hair products). Feel free to reach out if you have any questions about my hair, skincare, or nail routines. Thanks for hearing me out! -Annika
Odd bumps on my cheeks, and red hot cheeks
My cheeks are always red and hot while i have these little bumps that won’t go away that have covered my cheeks, it is quite hard to see but there are multiple of those little bumps. Can anyone help me out? I have no idea what it is. Please reply!
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