In the world of hair it's not uncommon to find a new, exciting ingredient promising to provide us with the perfect hair we've thought of. Although the external appearance of hair is essential but we also love ingredients which work on the inside. Take rose water for example. It's a pH-balancing oil-reducing, frizz-fighting component that's too great to leave out. Continue reading to learn details about the rose water for natural hair ingredient … [Read more...] about Rose Water for Natural Hair: All You Need to Know
Every woman would like to take care of their body in order to appear younger and more attractive. Consuming a balanced diet, and getting enough relaxation and rest are part of the daily routine that is followed to ensure that our bodies are fit as well. Beyond that, it is essential to take care of our entire body, including hair, skin eyes, hands, and feet. It is important to take care of our bodies not only during the day but also in the evening … [Read more...] about Top Natural Body Care Tips for Women
There are variety of methods for clean your makeup brushes. One of the most crucial things to do is find the most effective way for your individual needs to fit effortlessly into your daily routine. Cleansing your makeup sponges your makeup bag's interior bags of your cosmetic bag Tweezers and lash curlers are all important and shouldn't be forgotten about. I wash my makeup brushes using the silicone/rubber cleaning mat (or in my hands) and … [Read more...] about The Best Way To Clean Your Makeup Brushes
Jasmine The word ‘jasmine’ comes from the Persian word ‘Yasmine’ meaning ‘fragrance’. There are over 200 species of jasmine but only two are used in perfumery. These are Jasmine sambac and Jasmine grandiflorum (native to Afghanistan and Iran but now commonly grown in France). Jasmine in Perfumery Jasmine has long been known as the king of flowers with rose being the queen. The scent of jasmine is best described as heady, spicy, … [Read more...] about The 5 Most Fragrant Flowers In Perfumery
Eau de Parfum and Eau de Toilette are two words used by perfume manufacturers to describe the intensity and concentration of a scent. The fragrance of perfumes originates from the fragrance oils that are then dissolving in water or alcohol (sometimes the two). The concentrations are determined by the ratio of alcohol or water content is contained in the bottle. Eau de Parfums (EDP) contain between 12% and 18% perfume … [Read more...] about What is the difference between Eau de Toilette and Eau de Parfum?