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Prevent Face Mask Breakouts, Tips From A Professional Esthetician

  Face masks are too important as we face one of the biggest pandemics our world has ever seen. As many of us try and protect ourselves and our loved ones by wearing one, a reusable face mask is not something many of us are used to wearing ever, let…

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Vampire Facial & Other Bizarre Beauty Treatments To Try This Spring

How far are you willing to go for beauty and how much are you willing to spend?  It is not just about the money anymore because with each new treatment, surgery or product manufacturers must feel so pressured into finding bigger and better beauty finds.  Expensive and dangerous sounding beauty…

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Oily Skin And What You Need To Stop Doing To Fix it

“Is that my face or a frying pan?” I’d wonder whenever I’d look at my face in the mirror. Thanks to the excess oil oozing right out of my skin, most of the times, I’d feel like raw material for fast food joints. I never thought there was any goodness…

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Squash Hair Mask Will Get Your Natural Hair Ready For Spring!

Trying to lose weight and eating better has it’s perks for your hair. Many of the very veggies I have been incorporating into my diet has been giving me good hair and one of the biggest on the list is butternut squash. This most common winter squash is quite popular…

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6 Best Natural Hair Leave In Conditioners That Are Inexpensive

Let’s not sugarcoat our situation. Money is short for most of us as millions have lost their jobs or have had their incomes severely decreased. This isn’t our fault, and while we wait on some relief from the government, we still have regular things we must do like caring for…

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