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Take coffee grinds with olive oil, and make into a paste. Massage well into the area with stretch marks for about 5 minutes. Then take a hot towel, and wrap it around the area for about 20-25 minutes. Remove and wash off with warm water. Also, when you are finished, apply a moisturizer to the area. The olive oil with the caffeine in the grinds, will help stimulate the area to remove the stretch marks. If you do this 1-3 times a week, you will start to notice a difference within 2 weeks!

Take coffee grinds w/ olive oil, & make into a paste. Massage into stretch marks for 5 minutes. Wrap a hot towel around the area for minutes. Wash and apply a moisturizer. Olive oil w/ caffeine will help stimulate the area to remove the stretch marks.

--homemade-natural-makeup  --In a small bowl combine 1 part cornstarch, 1 part green clay and a bit of cocoa.     1 part in a 1 to 1 recipe depends on how much you are making. If you want a gallon, each part would be 2 quarts. If you want 1 cup, each part would be half a cup.  If you are using a spice jar like I did, then about half a jar of each.

homemade-natural-makeup - translucent powder made of cornstarch, green clay, bentonite clay, and cocoa pwder

Apply for 1 month, once per week. Hair grows about 10 centimeters. Mask recipe is very simple and is based on the fact that mustard powder warms the skin of the head and causes a rush of blood to the hair follicles. 2 tablespoons of dry mustard powder (available from the department of spices) with hot water to dissolve 2 tablespoons, 1 egg yolk, 2 teaspoons of olive oil, 2 teaspoons of sugar (the more sugar, the meaner).

To get long, thick, super soft hair: massage organic coconut oil in your hair times a week (leave in mins) wash out with shampoo. Do this until hair is growing and healthy (no split-ends) and reduce to times a month. Works amazingly --im about this life

Placement and blending is key. Amazing and interesting...sure wish more girls could understand the tricks.

The Art of Contouring. I like the idea of contouring but this girl is so pretty to begin with! I wish she would just use a more natural makeup to accent her light skin and freckles.

Placement and blending is key. Amazing and interesting...sure wish more girls could understand the tricks.

The Art of Contouring. I like the idea of contouring but this girl is so pretty to begin with! I wish she would just use a more natural makeup to accent her light skin and freckles.