Braided Crown

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I am loving this hairstyle right now.

It’s great for weddings, a night out, or even a cute day look.

1. Part your hair down the middle and separate into two sections. Braid each section starting just below the ear.

2. Secure the ends of braids with a clear rubber band. Once two braids are securely fastened, take out a few strands of hair out by your face so the look isn’t too perfect.

3. Take one braid and pull it tautly up & across the top of your head. Use bobby pins to secure the braid. Then do the same on the other side.

4. Curl or straighten your bangs to finish the look!

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How to master the ‘Perfect Brow’

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Okay folks. I think we’ve all been there, at least I have…not my best look (reference brow #4) But the perfect brow is a hard thing to master! Sometimes you just need to STEP AWAY FROM THE MIRROR. Otherwise next thing you know your stuck with a good ole’ Mr. Sperm Brow.

Here are some tips & tricks to get that perfect brow! 

Hold a Q-tip to help guide you…Your brows should begin directly above your tear duct (inner corner of the eye), peak in line with the outer side of your iris, and end at a point that falls 45 degrees from the outer corner of your eye. Try not to arch your brows too high or they’ll look unnatural, and you’ll have that constant ‘SUPRISED’ look. Good Luck!

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Looking for a good ‘dry shampoo’?

Well look no further! Corn Starch, yep thats right, corn starch is my fav. Not only will you save ALOT of money, but it works better than any other dry shampoo I have used… AND I have tried a lot! I’m not a big ‘hair washing’ fan so dry shampoo is a must. I have dark hair so sometimes if you use too much or don’t brush it through enough it can look gray. Just add some cocoa powder to it, and voila!

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