Enter coconut milk. By now you’re probably familiar with coconut milk’s beauty-boosting cousin, coconut oil. But as emollient and luxurious as coconut oil is, it’s not always the best for cleansing your face—that’s where coconut milk shines.
It’s no secret that we’re obsessed with essential oils. They star in just about every DIY we’ve ever dreamt up. But they’re good for way more than just enlivening hair conditioning rinse or whipped coconut body butter. These oils are so powerful that they can even clean house.
For sure, packaged sheet masks are convenient—and these days they’re not necessarily as expensive as they were when they first hit upscale retailers in the U.S. They’re so popular these days that you can get them at drugstores. But in the spirit of customization, which is the true essence of a Korean beauty regimen, why not experiment with making your own?
In this video, wellness coach Jennifer Partridge calls on the wisdom of makeup artist Katherine Barber to show exactly how to do a “no makeup” makeup look. Even better—using entirely clean and safe cosmetics takes this natural look to the next level. Watch and learn every single tip you need to achieve the look of an off-duty model.
There is nothing more enjoyable than putting fluffy, rich body butter on, especially when it smells like vanilla ice-cream! This recipe is great for creating gifts or simply a wonderful thing to have in your own beauty routine. These are the ingredients you need:
There are many things that can dry out our lips and leave them rather un-kissable! Anything from sunburn, smoking, parabens and fragrances in lipstick to dry air from the air-conditioning. So today I am going to show you how to simply make your own DIY Lip Balm so you never have dry lips again.