Make Up & Hair


I love Sephora. It is the best make up company. I cant live without my huge make up kite. Seriously, it is the best make up even.They have really bright colors and shades of brown.
Buy anything from sephora and you will be happy with it.

1.) Brown Sugar and Honey Facial Scrub
This is probably my favorite one. Brown sugar exfoliates the skin ridding the pores of all dirt, oil and dead skin cells causing blemishes. Honey is naturally antibacterial, so as the brown sugar scrubs away the things clogging pores, the honey cleans out the sources of the buildup to prevent future breakouts.

Difficulty: Average
Time Required: 10 minutes

Here's How:

  1. Prep the lid. The key to keeping eyeshadow from melting into your eyelid crease as the day goes on is to kept eyelids oil-free. To do this start with an eyeshadow base (also called "primer"). Simply swipe the primer across the eye and let it dry before you continue to the next step.
    Some great primers for a smokey eye include MAC's 'paint' and Urban Decay's 'Primer Potion'.
  2. Apply eyeliner. If you're going for a typical black, brown or gray smoky eye, apply liner in one of those colors above the upper lash line, drawing line thicker in the middle of eye. If you're opting for a jewel-toned eye (violet makes a gorgeous smokey eye), line eyes with a purple, blue or deep green liner.

  1. Blend in color on bottom lashes For color on the bottom (a key smokey eye look) you'll want to use a eyeliner pencil because they're easiest to smudge. Once the line is drawn, run your finger over it to smudge the line. You can also apply a bit of shadow to get full smudge effect.
  2. Apply light base color Again, the key to a smokey eye is pairing a lighter base with the darker hue. I prefer a nice cream shade for my base. Sweep a light, shimmery shadow over the lids to your browbone. I love Stila's whipped eye shadows. The moist "mousse" consistency seems to stay on forever. My favorite colors are taupe and pearl.
  3. Blend in darker color, but keep dark color below the crease. Now that you have the base and eyeliner on, it's time to get the smokey effect. You need a darker eyeshadow shade. Using an eyeshadow brush blend in color starting at your lash line, blending up. Make sure to blend color into the lash line so the eye liner disappears. Stop deep color at crease. The key here is to blend, blend, blend.
  4. Doublecheck your work Make sure eyes match and blend color with a Q-tip if need be.
  5. Finish with several coats of mascara. You'll want to apply a few coats of mascara so lashes are thick and dark. If you don't have naturally long, curled lashes, curl them with a lash curler first. See my list of best mascaras if you don't have one you love.


  1. Remember to keep lips nude. When applying strong makeup (like smokey eyes or red lips) put the focus on either eyes or lips, never both. (Think Angelina Jolie: She either plays up her huge eyes or her huge lips, never both. If she did, she'd look like a clown).
  2. For a bit of fun, try a blue or purple mascara. It will make blue eyes "pop."
  3. Liner doesn't have to come in pencil form. Makeup experts know eyeshadows make some of the best eyeliners. To do this take an eyeliner brush (available at Sephora, MAC or any dept store), wet it, then dab wet brush into the dark shadow. This allows for a deep, precise line. You can also use the dark shadows without wetting brush first. Either way, eyeliner is necessary for smoky eye.
  4. This season go jewel-toned (blue is great for you blue-eyed girls) and keep your eyes smoky but stay away from dark browns and black. Instead, go for a deep purple, a gold-brown or any of the many vibrant colors in this year.

What You Need

  • Eye primer (you don't need it, but it's great for keeping shadow in place)
  • 2 Shadows: One light, one darker
  • Eyeliner
  • Makeup brushes
  • Mascara

  fashion myths


FACT: The long-held belief that squeaky-clean hair equals healthy hair is bogus, says Tresemmé stylist Jeanie Syfu. "Over-washing is the most common hair mistake people make, and it can dry out your locks and fade color," she says. Generally, wash your hair every other day—you can go even longer if your hair is thick or curly. "If you're oily, try a dry shampoo," Syfu adds. "My secret is to brush with a boar-bristle brush first to loosen any oils in your hair, and then lightly spray the dry shampoo all over. Wait a few minutes, then work the product through with your fingers." 

From teen-vogue


FACT: "Conditioners are designed with a specific time limit in mind," says Hunter McLeod, senior stylist at Arrojo Studio in New York City. Leaving a deep conditioner on your locks overnight or overusing hydrating treatments can actually do more damage than good. "Conditioning the hair too much will make the hair shaft too soft and more vulnerable to breakage," he explains. "Instead, limit any treatment to once a month and leave it on only for the recommended time frame".


1.Wash Your Face 2 Times A Day
2.Remove Your Make Up At The End Of The Day
3.Use Warm Water Not Hot Then Wash You're Face Rinse Of With Cold Water
4.Moisturizer Daily 
5.Do Not Touch Your Face With Dirty Hands