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Beach Make-Up & Hair

Beach Make-Up & Hair

On Thursday, I spoke to you about my Top Ten Clothes, Shoes, Bags & Accessories. However today, I will continue with the ‘Beach Theme’ by showing you how to get beachy hair and make-up.

Lets start with the hair:

Getting Beachy Hair is surprisingly simple actually; mix 1 part salt and 4 parts water into your normal leave-in conditioner. It has the same principle as sea water, so if you want more beachy hair, increase the amount of salt. The leave-in conditioner is just there to keep the frizz down.

Now for the makeup:

I suggest you don’t wear foundation; it will let your face tan easier, and your face will feel fresher.
I also suggest you keep what you do wear in make-up to the bare minimum; in hot weather make-up will only make you feel even stickier.

Nails – Dior Vernis Electric Tropics Duo in Aloha. Cover the whole nail evenly in two coats, and even go under the nail to stop peeling, especially useful in hot weather.

Mascara – Rimmel Volume Flash The Max Waterproof in Black. For extra volume, apply full volume non-waterproof mascara first, and then apply waterproof mascara over the top.

Lip Gloss – Bobbi Brown Lip Gloss in Tangerine. Either apply straight on to the lip, or apply over a similar orange coloured lipstick for extra impact.

Check out my blog on Thursday for a poll.

ewfashionblogger – Your online fashion stylist.

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This entry was published on July 4, 2011 at 11:57 am. It’s filed under Fashion and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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