Southern Beauty Tips to Beat the Heat

imgres-2 I am a southerner, it is in my blood.  I was born and raised in Louisiana and have lived in Mississippi and Florida and am now a proud Texan. I ran across this article  from southernliving.com and thought it was fun.  All southern girls know that nothing can sabotage their best look quicker than humidity, especially summer humidity.  What’s a girl to do?  Well I found this link about 3 beauty tricks that are worth your time. http://thedailysouth.southernliving.com/2014/07/09/3-seemingly-fussy-beauty-tricks-that-are-worth-your-time/ I’m considering #1.  I would like to try curls occasionally for a change.  Sometimes when I’m feeling lazy, I’ll forego blow drying my hair and I get a little curl.  The only thing with rollers is, are my layers too short to go around rollers? I love #2  and didn’t know clear lip liner was an option.  I have tried colored lip liner and looked like someone who had bad implants. I’m not too keen on #3.  I used to have an eyelash curler, but got rid of it because I never used it.  My eyelashes always seemed to look like a spatula, kind of straight instead of curved  like a spoon. My favorite beauty tip to beat the heat is to put a cold compress over my wrists, and on my neck and forehead.  I learned this when I was a little girl.  It makes me feel refreshed and we all know that when we feel good, we look good. My favorite go to beauty product is the Clear&Clean oil absorbing sheets.  They come in a portable pack.  You simply blot your face with them and they take away the dirt and grime and leave you looking fresh. And best of all you can find them in the big box stores as well as your local drugstore. Anyway, what is your take on these beauty tips and do you have any you would like to share?

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About pcobb0

I am a wife and mother to two wonderful adult children who I had the privilege of homeschooling from their pre-school through high school years. While homeschooling, I served in various leadership positions in local homeschool support groups including president. I also served as the Education Coordinator and Director of ENAACT Family Academy, a homeschool co-op in New Braunfels, Tx .Prior to homeschooling, I spent 11 years teaching elementary school aged children in both public and private schools. During my time teaching in the public school system, I earned a Master's Degree in Reading Education as well as a Reading Specialist certification. My hobbies include reading and cooking and I plan to take up scrapbooking and maybe photography in the near future. I am now an empty nester discovering what God has in store for me during this next season of life.
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