The Drugstore Princess: Let's Talk About -... →
drugstoreprincess: It’s easy to go horribly wrong, but so worth it if it’s done correctly! Let us discuss the art that are eyebrows. —————————————————— Firstly - Whether you fill your brows or not, please make sure that they are shapely and neat! The eyebrows are actually the foundation of your face……
Salt of the Earth
Using Epsom Salt for Beauty! Foot Soak:Soften skin and calluses and dry out blisters by adding half a cup to your pre-pedi soak. The magnesium has an antibacterial and astringent effect. It’s great at relieving itchiness and reducing foot odor! Hair Volumizer: Get fuller locks by applying equal parts warm conditioner and Epsom salt for 20 minutes. Using this on roots will remove oil,...
How to find the right shade of foundation for you... →
This is a response to a number of questions people have asked! It is always a hit-or-miss operation when it comes to finding foundation.. which formulas, brands and shades are best for you is a never ending puzzle! And it’s a lot harder at the drugstore, where you aren’t able to test out…
The Drugstore Princess: The 10 lipstick brands and... →
drugstoreprincess: The 10 lipstick brands and shades that contain the most lead, according the FDA study. 1. Maybelline’s Color Sensation in Pink Petal. (Lead content: 7.19 ppm) 2. L’Oreal Colour Riche in Volcanic. (Lead content: 7.00 ppm) 3. NARS Semi-Matte in Red Lizard. (Lead content: 4.93 ppm) 4. Cover…
If your skin is sensitive and blotchy, apply a couple tablespoons of honey to your face and leave on for five to 10 minutes. The honey will moisturize, soothe, and help kill blemish-causing bacteria.
Strengthen hair by creating an egg yolk-and-olive oil hair mask. The protein in the egg yolk will toughen up tresses, while the olive oil will act as a conditioning agent.
Have yellow nails? Scrub them with toothpaste to remove stains and add shine. You can also add a few drops of lemon juice for extra whitening; it’s a natural bleaching agent!
Cup O' Joe Facial Scrub
4 Tbsp. olive oil 6 Tbsp. coffee grounds* Container for finished product Mix the coffee grounds and olive oil. (If you’d like to make more or less, the ratio is 3 tablespoons of coffee for every 2 tablespoons of olive oil.) The scrub should look like a coarse mud when finished. *Note: The coffee grounds should be very fine because you will be rubbing them onto your skin. Put the grounds...