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Summer is over! Which means my days of lazy skin and haircare are also over. Falling asleep with a wet mop and waking with a giant pile of waves will temporarily be put on hold. Not to say it won’t happen [30 years of tedious haircare can make a person quite lazy], but now all styles will be so soft and healthy.
This routine starts in the evenings. After roller derby practice, when my scalp has been rubbed, crushed, and soaked under a helmet for two hours, I wash my hair with Neutrogena
Triple Repair – it’s definitely a necessity! Somehow I’ve got to alleviate the damage the sport has on my hair. I love lathering my locks with shampoo, and then smoothing everything out with the deep conditioner [[it’s great for brushing out knots!]]. Next I blow-dry for about 30 minutes, followed by another 30 minutes of straightening/curling.
|Ta-da! My hair feels so soft, it’s difficult to keep my fingers out of it!
In order to look presentable all day at work, I need a routine that will last through hours of chasing middle schoolers around the hallways. Typically I can style my hair and it will last a couple days, but makeup application is a daily
process. I am in love with Neutrogena’s
nourishing liquid makeup. It smooths out my skin, readying it for a bit of blush and eyeliner. The shine control powder is the best! With all the action that comes with working in a middle school, being able to hide those shiney spots throughout the day will preserve my fresh faced look. Add a bit of colorstick and mascara and you are ready to go!
|Somehow I managed to pick up all of my favorite products at Target, without filling my cart with about 20 other items. Anyone else addicted to that store?
Want 10% the makeup purchases? Clicky click. There will also be a Beauty Concierge event at select Target stores! Event begins August 24th, limited quantities available. Check with your local Target store for Beauty Concierge day and times.