Beauty Trend Weekly Rundown – July 30, 2012
African American Women can Rock the Ombre Hair Trend too! – PerfectLocks.com
If you are African American and your tresses are currently dark but you’d still like to have fun with the ombre hair trend, there are many ways to make this happen! Ombre has definitely evolved from clothing and accessories and recently is being seen everywhere on hair! This trend came from everyday women who were too lazy with their touch ups or simply wanted a hint of lighter (or darker!) hair to show near their scalp. Due to the beginnings of this hair trend, women who allowed their tips to show (near their scalp) have definitely helped this trend evolve.
The Worst Yet Alluring 90s Hair Trend: The Bowl Cut – Lovelyish.com
I don’t know what great magic caused the recent 90s fever up in Lovelyish land, but it’s the best decade to look back on and shake our heads in humble embarrassment. The trends were atrocious, yet we were crazy about them. For instance, JNCO’s and butterfly clips. Oversized scrunchies and heavy lipliner? Tinted sunglasses and… “The Rachel”. In the 90s, I was into bike shorts and those huge, clunky Doc Marten sandals. I ruled the playground.
Beauty Trend How-To: Alternative French Manicures – BreakfastWithAudrey.com.au
Though still wildly popular and sported by many, the classic French manicure has over the years gotten a little overdone. These days, the focus has moved from the stark white, square-tipped acrylic nail to its many funkier cousins as seen sported by many celebrity nail enthusiasts such as Katy Perry and Rhianna. These trends are, for lack of a better word, fun. They’re bolder, more intricate, unique and definitely a whole lot more colourful than the beige and white the traditional French offers.
MUA Professional Matte Foundation in ‘Soft Sand’ – Bewitchery.wordpress.com
A couple of weeks ago I ran out of my usual Avon foundation and I realised that I didn’t have any spare in my make up drawer. Since my Avon delivery was a little way off, I nipped in to town to pick up a cheap foundation to use in the mean time. I headed straight for the MUA stand in Superdrug as I’d been wanting to try their Professional Matte Foundation for a while, and I picked it up in Shade 1, ‘Soft Sand’, for £2.
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