Chelsea Crockett

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DIY Finishing Spray

Do you have trouble with keeping your makeup looking fresh all day long? Sometimes I feel like by the time I get home after school my makeup is smudged all…

Do you have trouble with keeping your makeup looking fresh all day long? Sometimes I feel like by the time I get home after school my makeup is smudged all over my face! Gross. Here are two recipes for you to make your very setting spray to help your makeup stay put!

Witch Hazel Makeup Setting Spray

  • 1/4 cup of witch hazel
  • 1/2 cup water

Pour three tablespoons of water into a spray bottle.Then add just one tablespoon of witch hazel. Shake the bottle for about a minute and put it in the fridge.

Aloe Vera Makeup Setting Spraya131246f1eaecc0646e865073ef045e0

  • 3 part Water
  • 1 part aloe vera

Pour up to about 1/4th of the bottle of100% Pure Aloe Vera Gel into a spray bottle. Then fill the rest of the bottle with warm water. Shake the container until all the contents are mixed thoroughly.

Both recipes give you natural, refreshing setting spray that will give your makeup serious staying power!

XOXO, Chels

 

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DIY Flash Tattoos

Flash tattoos are the coolest new summer accessory!  Unfortunately, these tattoos can cost up to $30 only for them to eventually wash away!  Luckily, there is a way to make…

Flash tattoos are the coolest new summer accessory!  Unfortunately, these tattoos can cost up to $30 only for them to eventually wash away!  Luckily, there is a way to make them.  It’s time to ditch bracelets and rings and opt for fun and easy flash tattoos!

What you’ll need:

  • Eye liner brushes
  • Stencils or washi tape to create your own
  • Setting spray
  • Eye makeup remover
  • Metallic silver waterproof liquid liner or cream shadow
  • Metallic gold waterproof liquid liner or cream shadowChelsea Crockett- washi tape stencil

Start by picking out your stencil.  I love hearts, arrows, or long chevron prints!  If you don’t have a stencil, use washi tape to create your own.  Secure the stencil or tape it to your skin.  Fill in the shapes with your waterproof metallic liner or cream shadow until it looks how you want it.  Let it dry before slowly peeling away the stencil.  Clean up any edges with the eyeliner brush and makeup remover.  Finish your design by securing it with setting spray or even hairspray.

Hope you enjoy showing off your DIY flash tattoo!!

Chelsea

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