DIY Heart Back Top!

What you’ll need:

  • Old shirt
  • Fabric scissors / Fabric cutter
  • Cutting board

First you need to print out some heart shapes or you could just sketch your own.Now take your cutting board and place it inside your shirt so we don’t cut all the way through.

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Now place your heart onto the shirt and trace it  And then with your scissors, you cut it.

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These step is optional but personally I like to make a no sleeve look to my shirt. Taking my scissors, cutting the sleeves making it kinda like a muscle tank.

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Easy peasy 🙂

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I hope you enjoyed and found this helpful 🙂

 

Credits to STILABABE09 ❤

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DIY Perfect French Tip Manicure!

Today I’ll be showing you all, how to get the perfect french tip manicure at home.

You’re going to need:

  • Acetone
  • A small glass
  • Brush
  • Paper towel
  • Your choice of french tip polish color
  • Base coat and Top coat

First pour the acetone into the small glass

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Then apply the base coat at the tip of your nails. After that, apply the Color of polish. Whatever color you prefer, at the tip of your nails.

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Once the nail polish has somehow dry. Dip your brush into the acetone. You wanna make sure you blot the brush onto the paper towel, so you don’t have too much of the acetone. And now do swiping motions with the brush at the nail polish. Back and forth. You continue to do so until you have the perfect tip.

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You could have it as thick or thin as you want 🙂

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Apply a top coat. and there we have it 🙂 Easy right?

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Hope you guys enjoyed and found this helpful 🙂

 

Credits to THEMAKEUPSTATION

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DIY Peter Pan Collar Necklaces!

Hey Everyone!

I’ll be showing you guys how to make this really cute Peter pan collar necklaces. I dunno about you, but I’m a huge fan of the peter pan collar trend right now. What I’m not a fan of is, going to a store seeing a top, dress or whatever it is with a peter pan collar, because I only want the collar, not the rest of the clothe. So with this peter pan collar you could add it with any basic top or dress, which is fantastic 🙂

Let’s get started!

What you’ll need:

  • Any felt of your choice
  • Pattern
  • Tacky Glue
  • Pearls, glitter, brads, or studs
  • Ribbon
  • Brush
  • Scissors

So, all these necklaces require the same base. Take the piece of felt and fold it in half, Take the pattern and line it with the fold side of the felt. Outline the pattern and cut them out

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Next, paint the glue all over the color with your brush.

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Glitter time! Sprinkle the glitter all over the collar, make sure to make a good covering. Any color of your choice 🙂

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Shake out any excess glitter, and let them dry a little bit.

Grab the ribbon and wrap it around your neck for measurement, and cut the ribbon in half for two equal pieces. Take some glue and apply it to the tip of the necklace, and attach the ribbon.

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You don’t have to worry about them splitting apart, because the glue is really strong and the necklace is pretty light.

And then this is what you end up with, a really pretty glittery collar 🙂

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So that’s one necklace down, and moving on to the studded necklace.

I just used the exact same base on a different color of felt. and now taking some brads and just pressing the brads through the felt, its really easy. And you just flip it over and fold down the stud prongs.

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All that’s left to do is cut your ribbon and glue it on.

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You could put another felt on the back to cover the prongs. But since it won’t scratch my skin. I didn’t. Its completely optional.

After letting it dry. There we have it, our studded collar 🙂

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Now for the pearled necklace, outline the outer edge with the glue and line the pearls around the edge.

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For the middle section, I find it easier to work in patches because it dries to fast. And then take a handful of pearls and sprinkle then over the glue. Press them down, repeat that across the middle section.

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Just cut the ribbon and glue it at the back of the collar. And that is pretty much it. I recommend to let this dry overnight. Because there is more glue involved. And when you wake up you’ll end up with a pretty collar like this 🙂

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That is is 🙂 I hope you enjoyed and found this helpful 🙂

 

Credits to MISSGLAMORAZZI

XOXO

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Hair Rebonding Tips!

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Hey everyone!

So I had my hair rebonded the other day. Well, my hair was originally healthy and straight. But it still tends to be messy. And everybody says that -.-” So I decided to have my hair rebonded. But I was a little “Unhappy” Just a little, that my hair still looks the same. Thinking that I just wasted money. Because my hair is straight already. But what I’m happy about is that it got thinner! Which is a good thing. And shinier. And a little bit longer because it got stretch. And overall, I’m happy about it 🙂

Hair rebonding tips!

  1. After a rebonding procedure, do not wet your hair for 3 days to let the chemicals soak in and make your rebond last. Just suck up the feeling that your hair gets greasy for a few days and avoid any parties for the moment. Avoid swimming after a rebond.
  2. After a rebonding procedure, do not tie your hair or put your hair behind your ears.
  3. After a rebonding procedure, when you sleep make sure your hair is straight and your head is not trapping your hair in a weird angle.
  4. After 3 days, wash your hair with shampoo and conditioner. Apply the conditioner at the tip of your hair for 5 minutes. Wash off your hair thoroughly of any residue.
  5. Use a deep conditioner or hair mask once a week. Use a leave-on conditioner or hair serum after towel drying your hair. Using a leave-on conditioner after washing will add shine and help provide the oil and moisture your hair has lost.
  6. Do not use any heated electric instruments, not even a hair dryer. If you need to dry your hair quickly and hair dryer is unavoidable then use on cold air function where it will only blow lots of air.
  7. Avoid using a brush since the movements may cause tension in the hair instead use a wide toothed comb.
  8. Don’t even think of any other chemical treatment after rebonding your hair, your stylist may recommend you for highlighting or any other service after a gap of 1 month or so but do not get carried away “STAY AWAY”. Once rebonded don’t think of doing anything to your hair for at least 6 months, not even a touch up.
  9. Oil and steam your hair every fifteen days. You can wrap a towel dipped in warm water, around your hair. This will deep condition your hair.
  10. If you need to iron your hair, use a ceramic flat iron. If you are going to blow-dry your hair, use an additional protein spray. It has substances that coat and protect the hair from heat, dirt and sun, while nourishing the hair at the same time.
  11. A balanced diet is very important include a lot of nuts, sprouts and red meat in your diet, your hair is made up of protein and to nourish it you need to feed it with the right food.
  12.  Have your hair trimmed on a regular basis; every three months would be ideal. If your ends split, this split can travel along the hair shaft, causing damage further up. Do not hang on todamaged hair for the sake of its length.

So there you go, I hope you guys enjoyed and found this helpful 🙂

PS: After i wash my hair I’ll be showing you guys more hairtips 🙂

Credits to Wikihow

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How to do a Fishtail Braid!

The fishtail braid, also known as the herringbone or fishbone braid, looks elaborate and time-consuming. But here’s a secret: it’s surprisingly easy to do, and will become a go-to favorite for rushed mornings, especially if you have long hair. Here’s how to do it.

Step 1:

Divide your hair into two large sections, parting straight down the middle. For a sharper look, you can use a comb to part your hair evenly. If you’d prefer the tousled Katniss Everdeen (The Hunger Games) look, though, simply part it with your hands.

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Step 2:

Pull a thin strand of hair from the outside of the left section. Pull it over the top of the left section, and grasp it under the right section. In other words, the strand of hair has gone over the left section and finishes under the right section.

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  • In general, try to use the same thickness for each strand throughout or your braid will look uneven.
  • For a more intricate braid, use skinnier strands. It takes more effort, but it looks gorgeous. Using skinnier strands is very lovely.
  • For a beginner, pulling it tighter helps you to learn the method properly.

Step 3:

Repeat Step 2 on the other side. Pull a skinny strand of hair from the outside of the right section, pull it over the right section, then weave it under the left section.

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Step 4:

Keep alternating sides, weaving over and under, until you reach the bottom of the braid.

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Step 5:

Tie off the end with a hair bobble or elastic. Add a cute ribbon, barrette or charm to give it some personality if you’d like!

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  • If you feel that the fishtail is too tight, use your fingers to gently massage into the strands a little to loosen it slightly.
  • If your hair is really long, more can be done at this stage, such as tucking the hair into a bun, weaving it around your head or across the front, etc. If you have slightly shorter hair, just fishtail it as far as you want.

So there you go! 🙂 I hope you enjoyed and found this helpful 🙂

 

Credits to Wikihow

XOXO

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