Here to stay!

Hi every one! well now that summer is approaching and things are gonna get a little busier i had to make the decision to either take a break from blogging or continue it and i have decided to keep it going! I really enjoy doing this and talking to you guys. I am really glad that i created this blog and i will post regularly over the summer on my many adventures that i am planning along with beauty related posts and maybe beauty videos in the near future… I am really excited to start keeping this blog more updated! thank you so much for supporting me through this!

much love,

Lisset 

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Hello! Well spring break is now over and it was full of nice weather. For spring break, I ended up going to the beach a lot and i didn’t really know what to do with my hair. I wanted waves but i didn’t think using heat on my hair was a good idea. I came across “Not your Mother’s” “Kinky Moves curl defining hair cream”. You apply it on towel dried hair and you can either blow dry it or just let it air dry. It gives you soft waves or curls. I used this product pretty much for the whole break and i love it! They also have products for different types of hair.nym2

Wonder how the stars on the red carpet look so perfect? Well they follow all these rules and you could look red carpet ready too.

{DIY} confessions

 

mistakes

 

I was reading on Oprah today and found this amazing info! It explains the top 10 makeup mistakes that most women make. I found it to be insightful and thought I would share! Enjoy ladies 🙂

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foundationMistake #1: Using Too Much Foundation

A foundation that’s too thick will settle into fine lines and sap the luminosity from your skin. “Only use foundation where you need it to even out discoloration,” says makeup artist Frances Hathaway. “You don’t have to cover every inch of your skin.” When buying a foundation, avoid those described as “matte,” “velvet,” and “long-wearing”; look for sheer liquid formulas with light-diffusing pigments. If you have dry skin, foundation can look patchy and accentuate discoloration, so exfoliate two to three times a week and always apply a moisturizer after cleansing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

eye circlesMistake #2: Over-Concealing Your Under-Eye Circles

A thick concealer…

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Ombre nails!

Hey guys! I have tried to do find so many tutorials on how to do ombre nails but, i could never find one that truly worked well until now. I was just scrolling through Pinterest when i found this. I tried it and it came out pretty good for doing it the first time. It really wasn’t that difficult and with practice it will only get better. I really recomend trying this out if you like cool nail art. 

Now here is how to do it…

Step 1: Make sure you have the equipment. you will need…

  • some sort of plastic sheet that you wont mind getting nail polish all over 
  • a few tooth picks
  • a make up sponge (with pores) 
  • and two different color polishes 

Step 2: Paint your whole whole nail with the lighter color (make sure they are all completely dried before you start to do the ombre) 

Step 3: Put some of the dark nail polish on the plastic sheet then layer the lighter color on the darker color 

Step 4: Take the tooth pick and mix the two colors together 

Step 5: dab the the sponge on the polish 

Step 6: Press the sponge with the polish on to your nail

Step 7: When the polish finally dries paint over it with clear coat Image