Eyeliner study: Approximately the same size/style line with brown eyeshadow, black eyeshadow, and black liquid liner. (Eyeshadow applied with a damp brush)
This is a surprisingly hard question to answer because I don’t know your hair type! So my general suggestions is: to make it smooth the cuticle has to lay nicely and not be rough or sticking out at weird angles. (This is also what helps make it shiny) Healthy hair has intact cuticles that aren’t damaged and lay oh so nicely and make everything shiny and smooth.
So some general health tips I suggest are deep conditioning once or twice a week (regularity is key!) and cutting back on heat styling (like a curling iron) and teasing. (Which rips the hair and roughs up the cuticle)
I also suggest switching to a sulfate free shampoo. Sulfates are HARSH and they dry out the hair and make the cuticle stick up and look rough and messy. That one switch is honestly the main difference in my hair routine that keeps it looking pretty. PLUS Sulfate free shampoos are actually pretty easy to find at the drugstore these days so don’t worry about breaking the bank!
If your hair is rough and frizzy but still mostly straight try using products with keratin. Keratin is a protein that is really important to your hair but be warned that is can straighten out curls and waves.
Also, if you want to smooth down flyaways try spraying hairspray on a brush (bristles, not a paddle brush) and lightly run it over a finished do. This is a pretty good quick fix for a particularly frizzy day! (I’ve also found just spraying REALLY lightly and smoothing with my hand works, even if your hair is down)
This was probably longer than you anticipated but I hope some of this helps!
Find of the day: thrifted flats!
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Yeah don’t throw away broken powders cause it takes maybe 5 minutes to save them. The alcohol evaporates away and you’re left with a kind-of-messy but still usable powder!
OOTD: Doesn’t my sister make a cute fawn?
My blue was gone for a few days after I got my hair cut but it’s back and turqioser than ever!
Pink Soap can be purchased at almost any craft store! And there are always cheaper alternatives. Any brush cleaner will typically do the job of cleaning your brushes, without the cost.