Dinner at Legals Harborside
Shoes: Jessica Simpson
This is my #1 summer must have for a close shave…
My friend’s and I have been using this for several years now and it is definitely a summer (and all year round) lifesaver! This shaving cream is going to be especially perfect for people that have a really hard time getting a close shave due to irritation, razor burn or just have very coarse and stubborn hair.
-Shave last in the shower so your skin will be softened
– Exfoliate before you shave
-Try a mens razor
-Pat skin dry, do not rub as it can cause further irritation
-Apply a moisturizer right after you get out of the shower
Whats your summer must have?
Hello, here is a look at what I wore out clubbing for my birthday!
Shoes: Tjmaxx by Jessica Simpson
Jewelry: Express earrings, Movado watch
Hair curled with NuMe 25mm curling wand
First off, I’d like to start off by stating; Spot cleaning and deep cleaning are 2 different things!
I’ve noticed over the years that many people think spot cleaning is all they need to do to clean their makeup brushes, but that’s not entirely true!
Deep cleaning your brushes every week or a few times a month, will help improve the longevity of your brushes and help prevent bacteria from transferring onto your skin- resulting in pimples or even worse, infections!
Spot cleaning is something that is meant to be done in between deep cleaning to quickly remove makeup and bacteria from your brushes.
Now onto the deep cleaning method.
What you will need:
– Dirty brushes
– Gentle baby soap
1. Start with dirty brushes
2. Wet brushes. Keep brushes pointing downward to prevent glue from loosening and breaking your brush.
3. Add a small amount of baby wash in the palm of your hand. Swirl the brush in your hand to work in the soap.
4 & 5. Rinse brushes with water till soap is out and then lay brushes flat or try to keep them at an angle if possible, so the water can’t damage the ferrel.
This was my first time trying this technique and I must say I liked it better than the method I’ve used for years, which was with dishwashing soap and olive oil. My brushes came out much softer so the bristles weren’t as weak as they were!
Hope you liked this easy method to deep clean your brushes!