Image is a photo of a white-skinned female model of unknown ethnicity with short, white-blonde straight hair. She is making a neutral expression.Remember: bleach can be dangerous. The only way to know how your scalp and hair will react is to try things out on your own body/head/hair, but don’t sacrifice your safety. Testing your personal reactions can be done smartly. To do this responsibly like a real adult, consider performing a strand test.
 
What this entails is choosing a tiny portion of your hair no one will see (behind your ear is a good spot) and trying the bleach there first before you do a large amount of your hair. It’s the only reliable way to know if you’re allergic, if your scalp will burn, if your hair will survive, and what color it will turn out to be, and it’s also a good idea if you’ve done things to your hair already (coloring, perming, relaxing). Read more…

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Dated: 27th September 2012
Filled Under: Beauty, Solutions
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image is a picture of actress Emilia Clarke playing Daenerys Targaryen from Game of Thrones. She is white blonde, and has a pensive or inquisitive look.Change is fun. It’s exciting and adventurous experimenting with your looks, imagining yourself in a new light, and then making that into reality. It’s somewhat less exciting if all of your hair falls out and you burn your freaking scalp. Here’s why people write guides.
 
With my guide you will need to spend somewhere between 30 and 55 US dollars. I’ll be including links so you can see examples but if you want to find cheaper products you probably can. Truly frugal and clever people could probably do this bleaching stuff for about $20. If you’re a first-timer there’s no shame in spending slightly more for now so you can do it right, though. Pick the option that’s right for you and keep in mind that some of these are one-time costs for shit like bowls. Also you will likely have enough product for bleaching more hair or retouching your roots for 1-2 years. When I started I literally could not believe how cheap these products were. Read more…

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Dated: 22nd September 2012
Filled Under: Beauty, Solutions
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image is a stock photo of a large color palette of 88 different shades by the brand coastal scents.If you’ve been around beauty blogs, vlogs, or anyone who buys budget beauty products you’ve likely heard of Coastal Scents. The company is well-known for HUGE palettes of eyeshadow, lipstick, and blushes for cheap, and tons of women swear by them! Their products are priced nicely and if you’re curious to try them now is a great time to check them out because there’s a great deal on Livingsocial (a deals site that I like) that lets you get $25 worth of Coastal Scents for only $12. A lot of their items are on sale right now which rules but don’t forget that this $25 for $12 coupon deal is only on for one day, so don’t miss it (after you buy your coupon you have until March 1, 2013 to use the promotional value, and the paid value never expires). Read more…
 

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Dated: 12th September 2012
Filled Under: Beauty
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Image is a photo of the packaging of the Bihada Sizuku sheet mask. There is an image of an aloe vera plant set upon a black background and the words Sizuku Natural Pulp Essence Face Mask in the center.I love sheet masks. They’re soothing, relaxing, fun, and I feel like a Sheet Princess with one of these on. A lot of them are rather great for improving dumb skin and maintaining good skin, and there are a lot of great ones for low cost. I typically enjoy wearing the moisturizing types and leaving them on while I watch 1-hour-long shows like K-Dramas or Doctor Who. Most packages recommend 20-30 mins but I find that with moisturizing products there’s no harm in keeping them on longer and I just like going to my happy place as I watch a show in Sheet Princess mode. Read more…
 
 

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Dated: 10th September 2012
Filled Under: Beauty, Reviews
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An image of etude house brand hand cream in a package shaped like a white, black, and pink panda. A peach is pictured on the belly of the animal. It is smiling and very cute. In order to stay on top of things, I read a lot of beauty blogs. I enjoy learning about products, finding the best stuff, and just reading what other people are into. It’s fun to get into other people’s purchases and see what they’re drawn to, and what they actually buy! This is my first “haul” post, and if you’re unfamiliar, the idea is to show you what I got. This isn’t a review, but I plan to review items from this haul (some were really good purchases!).
 
I bought a number of items from Imomoko.com recently during their free US shipping deal (love it!) and I also got a few of my items on sale. Imomoko is a good online dealer for Asian cosmetics and beauty products. Read more…
 

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Posted by Cake-Pie
Dated: 4th September 2012
Filled Under: Beauty
Comments: 16 Comments