Beauty uses for your leftover herbs from the supermarket

Supermarkets usually carry a basic range of fresh herbs in the vegetable aisle. The common ones are parsley, coriander, sage, thyme, rosemary, basil and mint. Most of the time you won't need the whole packet for your recipe and inevitably the leftovers will go slimy in the bottom of the fridge somewhere.  All those bright green … Continue reading Beauty uses for your leftover herbs from the supermarket

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How to use Wheatgrass for gorgeous skin and hair!

Wheatgrass is the greenest green stuff you will ever put in or on your body. The first time I tried it I was not convinced. It looked and smelled weird and I was even less sure about the grassy/composty taste. I've been taking it daily for about a month and it definitely has loads of … Continue reading How to use Wheatgrass for gorgeous skin and hair!

Manicure sins and secrets: How to paint your nails perfectly at home

Chipped polish, puckering, streaking, pooling around the edges. We've all committed the cardinal sins of painting your nails at home. Here are a few really simple tips to help you reform your bad nail polish habits and get a professional look without the professional price tag. This post contains affiliate links. Sin #1 Soaking your … Continue reading Manicure sins and secrets: How to paint your nails perfectly at home

Japanese Beauty Secrets – 6 traditional japanese beauty treatments that you can try at home

Japanese women are known for their gorgeous skin and hair. We all think of Geisha with their painted faces and beautiful kimono but the average Japanese woman has her own rituals and secrets for beautiful skin passed down from her mother and grandmother. K-beauty has been a thing for a while now but the latest … Continue reading Japanese Beauty Secrets – 6 traditional japanese beauty treatments that you can try at home