If you have curly hair and are prone to frizz, keep two conditioners on hand. Use a heavy one every time you wash your hair, and a deep one to use once a week. Frizzy hair can never be overconditioned!
Strange, when you ask anyone's advice you see yourself what is right.
For a refreshing trick that's also good for your skin, mix two tablespoons green tea with half a cup of water. Sweep the mixture over your face with a cotton ball and let it evaporate -- you don't need to wash it off.
After all, God made man and then said: I can do better than that -- and made woman.
If you're not satisfied with your toner, or want to try something different, use lemon juice instead. Its natural disinfecting and cleaning properties are popular with models, and is a refreshing alternative to other toners. Make sure you don't have any lemon or citrus allergies first.
Never interrupt someone doing what you said couldn't be done.
If your fingers and nails are stained from nicotine or dark nail polish, use a toothbrush and whitening toothpaste to scrub the stains away.
One of the keys to happiness is a bad memory.
Women with shorter hair tend to look better with a full color job than with highlights. Medium to long hair looks wonderful with highlights, especially if your hair is also long around the face.
Love is a choice you make from moment to moment.
If you need to cover your roots and don't have time to dye, use eyeshadow! Spray on a little hairspray, then pat a little eyeshadow along your visible hairline. Gold works best with blonde, and brown works best for dark hair or for covering gray.
Think wrongly, if you please, but in all cases think for yourself.
The way you pose can affect how you look in pictures! To make yourself look thinner, turn a bit sideways with one foot in front of the other, put your shoulders back and your chest out. Not only does it look good in photos -- it's also good posture!
It takes people a long time to learn the difference between talent and genius, especially ambitious young men and women.
If you're new to (or bad at) applying makeup, start with your lipstick. The color and brightness will be a good gauge as to how much you should make up your eyes and cheeks. Remember, never draw attention to more than one part of your face at a time!
The greatest gift is not being afraid to question.
Lipstick can be used as a long-lasting blush, provided you apply it lightly and sparingly. Lipstick has a much darker pigment, and a little goes a long way.
Challenges make you discover things about yourself that you never really knew. They're what make the instrument stretch -- what make you go beyond the norm.
When applying concealer under your eyes, pat, don't rub. You'll use less and get more out of what you do use.
For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.