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Natural Healty Beautyful Tips

  Natural Ways to Enhance Your Natural Beauty and Glow 1. Get Enough Sleep: Getting enough sleep is essential for maintaining a healthy and glowing complexion. Aim for at least seven to eight hours of sleep each night to ensure that your body has enough time to rest and repair itself. 2. Eat a Balanced Diet: Eating a balanced diet is key to achieving a healthy and glowing complexion. Make sure to include plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, lean proteins, and healthy fats in your diet. 3. Exercise Regularly: Exercise is important for maintaining a healthy body and mind. Regular exercise can help to improve circulation, which can help to give your skin a healthy glow. 4. Drink Plenty of Water: Staying hydrated is essential for maintaining a healthy complexion. Make sure to drink at least eight glasses of water each day to keep your skin hydrated and glowing. 5. Use Natural Skin Care Products: Natural skin care products are a great way to enhance your natural beauty and glow. Look

Therapeutic Diets

A therapeutic diet is a meal plan that controls the intake of certain foods or nutrients. It is part of the treatment of a medical condition and is normally prescribed by a physician and planned by a dietician. A therapeutic diet is usually a modification of a regular diet. It is modified or tailored to fit the nutrition needs of a particular person. Clear liquid diet Includes minimum residue fluids that can be seen through. Examples are juices without pulp, broth, and Jell-O. Is often used as the first step to restarting oral feeding after surgery or an abdominal procedure. Can also be used for fluid and electrolyte replacement in people with severe diarrhea. Should not be used for an extended period as it does not provide enough calories and nutrients. Full liquid diet Includes fluids that are creamy.  Some examples of food allowed are ice cream, pudding, thinned hot cereal, custard, strained cream soups, and juices with the pulp. Used as the second step to restarting oral feeding on

How to Choose the Correct Foundation Color

Brief Explanation:  Take 3 colors that you think will suit you and apply it onto your cheekbone, all underneath each other. The one that disappears on your skin is the correct color.  Foundation texture can be categorized into the following:  1. Dry skin Moisturizing foundation.  It is a liquid foundation and contains extra moisturizers.  It is very thin and it looks like no foundation has been applied.  2. Combination skin  Moisturizing foundation/oil-free. You can choose what you or your client prefers.  3. Oily skin  Matte, oil-free foundation.  Still a liquid but the texture is thicker than the moisturizing foundation.  4. Sensitive skin  Foundation with no perfume in it.  5. Problem skin  Medicinal foundation, prescribed by a dermatologist. Foundation can further be categorized into the type of coverage that you need:  1. Almost none to medium coverage - Moisturizing foundation. (Water-in-oil basis)  Only creates the base for other products that are going to be used.  If you can’t

Make up Brushes That You Need

Overview of Makeup Brushes That You Need:  Foundation brush  This brush is used to apply foundation.  Most foundation brushes that you find are flat and the hair has a round-shaped edge.  Other foundation brushes like the ones from MAC are bigger and fuller with a flat edge.  Powder brush  The biggest brush in your kit and all the hair is the same length.  This is only used to remove excess powder after you have applied it with your powder puff.  Blusher brush  This is a smaller version of the powder brush.  Used to blend already applied blush.  Contour brush  This is used to apply blush and it fits underneath your cheekbones.  The hair of this brush graduate from short to long.  Eye shadow blending brush  It looks like a small broom and all the hair is the same length.  Used only to blend the eye shadow and not for applying it.  Eye shadow applicator brush  A smaller version of the contour brush.  It is shaped in a rounded form and fits perfectly in the fold of the eye. All eye shadow

How to Apply Day Makeup

Steps in brief:  1. Test the foundation on your cheekbones to know if you are using the correct color.  2. Use your foundation brush to apply the foundation. This will ensure that no streaks are visible on your face. Don’t apply a pink or yellow-toned foundation to give color to the skin, the foundation is only the basis to any make-up.  3. Use a cover stick that is 1-2 shades lighter than your skin. This can be applied over the whole eyelid and also on blemishes and acne scars. A green cover stick can be used to cover any red areas on the skin. Just make sure that you blend the cover stick well.  4. Loose transparent powder is the best to use. Avoid any powder that has a glow, because this will create a wet look. Concentrate especially on the eyelids and the lips. The main purpose of the powder is to ensure that the eye shadow and lipstick stay on for longer.  5. Take an eyebrow/eyeliner pencil and dip it into some brown or black eye shadow and fill in your eyebrows. Then you will tak

How to Shape and Tint Your Eyebrows and Eyelashes

What you need:  1. Tweezers  2. Tissues  3. Cotton wool  4. Eyebrow brush  5. 1 spatula  6. Lamp  Procedure for perfect eyebrow shaping:  1. Always sterilize your tweezers beforehand.  2. Sterilize the area that needs to be shaped with hibitane.  3. Place one tissue on top of your client’s head.  4. Gently “pull” the area that needs to be shaped. This ensures support.  5. Cool down the area by wiping it with hibitane.  How to do correct eyebrow shaping to complement your eyes:  1. Basic line - this area can be identified by placing your spatula on the outside corner of your nose and the inside corner of your eye. Any hair that grows in-between that line must be removed.  2. Lengthening line- Place your spatula on the outside corner of your nose, taking it all the way to the outside corner of your eye/eyebrow. This is where the lengthening line must stop.  3. The point where your brow arches- Let your client open her eyes and look in front of her, then place the spatula on the outside o

Overview of Makeup and Tools a Makeup Artist Need

1. Natural sea sponge  This is difficult to get hold of, comes directly out of the sea.  It is non - absorbent and it’s used to apply foundation.  Wash with cold water only.  2. Latex sponge  This sponge is used to blend an already applied foundation.  It is made of absorbent material.  Wash with soap and water, dry in sun.  3. Powderpuff  It is round with the sides stitched and has a band so that your little finger fit around it.  This is used to apply the loose powder onto your face.  Wash with soap and water, dry in sun.  4. Tweezers  Used to shape eyebrows.  Sterilize with surgical alcohol.  5. Eyebrow curler  Always curl your eyelashes BEFORE you apply mascara, otherwise you will break your eyelashes.  Sterilize with surgical alcohol.  6. Foundation brush  This brush is used to apply foundation.  Most foundation brushes that you find are flat and the hair has a round-shaped edge.  Other foundation brushes like the ones from MAC are bigger and fuller with a flat edge.  7. Powder br