Threading is an ancient method commonly practiced in Eastern countries that removes the entire hair follicle. The process is simple: a cotton thread is pulled along unwanted hair in a twisting motion, trapping the hair and lifting it out of the follicle. It’s an extremely sanitary process, and since no chemicals are required, it’s ideal for clients who are taking medicines that conflict with waxing or sugaring.
This week, our Tuesday Tip comes courtesy of Refinery29, one of our favorite fashion and lifestyle websites. The beauty world is a’buzz about flat makeup brushes, and finally someone is answering the obvious questions: How do these things work?!
Summer is officially upon us, which means it’s time to ditch the heavy makeup products and opt for a more simplified regimen. Maria Estelle at Damone Roberts Beverly Hills® (find out more on Maria by clicking here) suggests her signature ”Designed for You Facial”—a customized treatment that refreshes oily, dehydrated, aging, or combination skin. Once your skin is back in tip top shape, beautiful brows, black lashes, and a hint of lip color are all you need to polish off your look!
For more information on skincare treatments, as well as brow and lash services from Damone Roberts Beverly Hills®, visit damoneroberts.com or call (310) 271-2100.
Those dull, dry chapped lips…a thing of the past! We found this wonderful DIY lip treatment, that will bring back the “kiss” for your kissable lips and all you have to do is head over to your kitchen and/or grocery store, mix these ingredients and then tackle “the chap”…head on. Here are two solutions, depending on how bad the damage is. If only there were chocolate in them…
Pretty Sweet (Lightweight Formula)
One teaspoon Brown Sugar
One teaspoon Honey
One teaspoon Olive Oil or Petroleum Jelly
Mix the brown sugar and honey together to create a paste and thickly coat your lips. Leave it on for a few minutes then start gently scrubbing with your finger until all the dead skin has been buffed off. Immediately dab on olive oil or lip balm to moisturize.
Oh So Coco (Extra Moisture Formula)
One teaspoon Sea Salt
One teaspoon Coconut Butter or Coconut Oil (available at your local health food store)
Mix the two together then pat on your lips and gently scrub in circular motion until it’s as smooth as a baby’s…
Now your lipstick/gloss will glide on as it should! Repeat daily until you feel your old pout is back.
Lock in your pencil with shadow and you’ll find your liner will last SO much longer.