April 2012

Review of Sinful Colors Professional Nail Polish

Sinful Colors Professional Nail Polish never fails to amaze me with quality of polish that comes in such a low-cost bottle. The price falls between $0.99 and $1.99, cheaper than a cup of coffee or gallon of gas. I absolutely love this company's polish but I only wear it when I'm in the mood for something bright because most of Sinful's colors stand out in the crowd. Right now I have on an almost neon pink called “Cream Pink” which makes me feel like I'm channeling my inner pop star. Try out this polish if you have fun showing off your nails for the sake of fashion and beauty. Even if you don't, you can still paint your toes with the color or pick one of the more muted shades in their collection, which the company does produce a few of. The next one on my list to paint my nails with that's not as much of a stand out and say “look at me” color as the one I'm wearing now is the “Glass Pink” shade. It's lighter and has more sparkle than “Cream Pink.”

How to Make a Homemade Hair Conditioner

"I love the hair mask made with honey, mayonnaise and egg that I'm about to share with you"

Making your own beauty products at home saves you bundles of money, according to Real Simple Magazine in an article titled “All-Natural Homemade Beauty Products.” Taking everyday household ingredients such as honey, avocado, baking soda and oatmeal and turning them into beauty products works just as well as the fancy treatment you would get at a spa because most of them use fresh ingredients because they work on sensitive skin. The trick is to experiment with a couple of different recipes to see what works best on your skin, hair and scalp.

For example, I love the hair mask made with honey, mayonnaise and egg that I'm about to share with you because it brings out the shine in my hair. Olive oil, however, does not work in my hair if I leave it on for any length of time. My strands become this weird consistency that I can't stand. For someone else, though, olive oil may work to moisturize and replenish dull strands.


Homemade Conditioner

Things You'll Need:

  • Honey
  • Mayonnaise
  • Egg
  • Shower Cap