Post image for 6 Natural Remedies For Headaches

Headaches aren’t fun. Anytime I’ve ever experienced one, I can’t focus… I can’t seem to get anything done. All I want to do is shut myself off from the world around me until the pain dissipates. During a change in seasons, headaches unfortunately become quite common, so as the days grow colder, I wanted to share some natural remedies for headaches. Read more »

Joel -Dec 08, 2014, 10:07AM
For my headaches I use peppermint oil on my forehead and temples, or I diffuse lavender oil, both smell good and work for me! If your interested in where to get a high quality oil contact me by phone or email 210-819-3803 joelhuerta1214@Gmail.com I can send you a free sample, hope my personal experience with natural oils was helpful.
moonakondo -Oct 19, 2014, 1:23PM
This is physical exercise site where I found many Jim method, thank you very-much for sharing this kind of information. Now I am sharing a site where you find all the information of headaches

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Post image for Two Uses For Turmeric In The Fall

The golden color of turmeric reminds me of the fall foliage that is starting to drop from the trees outside. With its warm aroma, this is one of my favorite spices to use this time of year. Read more »

Terry -Oct 27, 2014, 5:57AM
You can make your own almond flour, just by grinding up almonds in a magic bullet
Dee -Oct 22, 2014, 11:45AM
Try the drink with maple syrup.

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Post image for Apple Cider Vinegar Uses & Benefits

I always keep a bottle of apple cider vinegar in my home. It seems to constantly transport back and forth between my kitchen cabinet to my bathroom cabinet because there are just so many uses for it. From cleaning supplies to face masks, the uses of apple cider vinegar seem to be never-ending, and today I’m sharing five of my favorites. Read more »

Juge -Oct 31, 2014, 1:52AM
Apple cider vinegar is good for toothache also.. Just gurgle it 3 times a day and you will love the result..
probiotic-for-children -Oct 07, 2014, 2:01AM
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Post image for Geo Sport Nail Art

I always love trying to come up with nail art to correspond with our trends, and with Geo Sport I instantly knew what I wanted to do.  Black and white is a classic combination, and it looks striking on the nails.  I love the idea of wearing this with an all black look.  The best part is how easy it is — all you need is some white nail polish and a black nail art pen! Read more »

Michelle -Oct 24, 2013, 4:43PM
Those nails are gorgeous! im about to do them today. btw all those rings are awesome, where are they from?
Alexa Sonken {Design Studio} -Oct 22, 2013, 5:55PM
Perfection!! www.etsy.com/shop/alexasonken

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Post image for Makeup Tutorial: A Runway-Ready Look For Fall

UPDATE: This post originally ran on September 12th but we wanted to re-watch this makeup tutorial for some weekend inspiration! Read more »

Linda -May 12, 2014, 4:46PM
Beautiful and natural looking makeup, just as guys love it ;) xx Beauty And Tips
Leau -Dec 30, 2013, 10:47AM
No mascara? Or which mascara

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Post image for Easy Beauty Trick: DIY Smudge Eyeliner

We love easy beauty tricks here at Free People, and today I’m sharing one that was introduced to me in my teenage years. In the girls’ bathroom at school one day, my friend whipped a lighter out of her back pocket. I freaked out for a quick second, but then I saw where this was going, and I was in total awe. She was making her own smudge eyeliner. Read more »

-Oct 18, 2013, 11:17AM
I just burn a stick mash it into a powder and apply it with a Q tip. Doesn't cost me a penny!
Carolina -Oct 17, 2013, 12:46PM
I'm going to by a kohl eyeliner pencil as soon as I get out of school. Thank you! http://cluelessgirlsclub.blogspot.com/

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Post image for Natural Remedies For Fresh Breath

During a busy day of running around an interacting with lots of people, I always like to have a fresh breath pick-me-up. Read more »

Suntiha -Oct 31, 2013, 7:01AM
Your tips are really good, some more good natural tips can be found here, http://alluptodate.weebly.com/bad-breath.html
Jaclyn -Oct 24, 2013, 9:13PM
Parsley is a middle eastern remedy for garlic breath! My family all swears by it

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Post image for Natural Ways To Treat Under-Eye Circles And Puffy Eyes

Sleep and relaxation are important components to overall health and well-being. From improved memory to optimized heart health to increased creativity, the benefits are absolutely endless. Read more »

Daniels -Oct 16, 2014, 12:38AM
There are many ways to treat dark eye bags, but according to retinal specialists natural remedies are probably the safest way to do it because some eye creams have chemical ingredients that are not good for the eyes. We need to understand that our eyes have pores and can absorb creams and liquid that we put on the surface (yes, even make-up),
Heena -Feb 21, 2014, 6:12PM
Potatoes and tea bags works more effectively. And sometimes a slight massage with milk also improves blood circulation around the eyes.

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Post image for Fall Beauty Prep: 3 Moisturizing Hair Treatments

UPDATE: This post originally ran on September 6th but now that fall is officially underway, we need these moisturizing hair masks more than ever! Read more »

Mel Stevens -Feb 15, 2014, 10:19AM
These seem really good. I am using the pro naturals hair repair mas, and it has completely moisturized my hair, making it shine and leaving the hair soft.I really recommend it!
hair treatment for men -Feb 08, 2014, 7:44AM
Blogger’s brilliant Efforts are really appreciable. Anyone can easily understand the thoughts. Also I like the conclusions made on this topic like Fall Beauty Prep: 3 Moisturizing Hair Treatments which is really very informative.keep it up

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Post image for Which Perfume Matches Your Personality?

I love when people have a signature scent.  Sometimes it is their perfume or cologne, or sometimes it’s a mixture of their laundry detergent and soap, or other times it’s the aroma of their home that they carry with them.  You begin to associate them with that scent, and you could be miles and miles away from them but you catch a whiff of it and it makes you think of them.  It tugs at your heart, brings back memories, can make you feel happy or at ease…scent is such a powerful thing. Read more »

hillary -Mar 13, 2014, 12:34AM
I got mostly a's but I love the woody scents too
Sarah -Jan 30, 2014, 1:44PM
I could go with either a's or b's in all of them which was amazing because I do love the citrusy scents with hints of the romantically sweet. I never go a day without my Nina by Nina Ricci. It's the perfect mix for me.

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Post image for Chopstick Hairstyles

Chopsticks have always been a good alternative to a hair tie when you want to quickly throw your hair up but need something to secure it with. With the recent October catalog being shot in Tokyo, we’ve really been inspired by Japanese culture and wanted to show some other ways to incorporate chopsticks into the hair. From hand painted sticks to the classic criss-cross method, here are some easy and creative ways we love using chopsticks in the hair! Read more »

Eva -Oct 02, 2013, 7:39AM
I have a few different chopstix that I use in my hair...it's just an easy way to add interest to an everyday bun. They are so much fun!
Hanh -Oct 01, 2013, 8:30PM
To me, this looks just as ridiculous as a person wearing a fork and a spoon in their hair.... Chopsticks are for eating like forks are for strictly for eating. I like the blue hair though! (:

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Post image for Beauty Trick: Broken Eye Shadow Quick Fix

Update: This post originally ran on July 25, 2013, but we love this beauty trick and wanted to make sure that you all had a chance to see it!

Cracked eye shadow is such a bummer. So many times I’ve gotten my hands on a color I love, used it a bit, thrown it in my bag, and then all of a sudden it’s ruined! I try to salvage as much of it as I can, but it just ends up getting everywhere. This got me thinking… there has to be a way to correct this mistake without buying an entirely new eye shadow. And there is. Read more »

Madi -Dec 15, 2014, 7:49AM
Can I ask, If you just have one crack in a blush palette does this work? I really don't want to crumble up my entire palette if I don't have to. Can I just spray it and press it back into shape? Also how long does this take to dry before you'll get the same colour payoff from the pigment? Thanks, Madi
Emma -Oct 28, 2014, 4:42PM
That was helpful I did the same thing to my eyeshadow throw it in a bag

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