Models beauty secrets...

Models beauty secrets...

66 posts
24 Jan 2012
ClaireShipman
Make Up Artist
ClaireShipma..
Using hair conditioner on male facial hair for shaving reduces irration, in fact I recommend it.

Posted 24 Jan 2012
ClaireShipman
Make Up Artist
ClaireShipma..
Purple_Girl
That was my reaction too, absolute madness!
It's just horrific!
Posted 24 Jan 2012
ive put mash potatoe on my face before...but i guess that wouldnt suprise you claire x

Posted 24 Jan 2012
ClaireShipman
Make Up Artist
ClaireShipma..
Was that a drunken mid morning snack Michelle x

Posted 24 Jan 2012
Fisherface
Make Up Artist
Fisherface
I was curling my own eyelashes once and someone called me so I turned my head sharply and forgot to move my hand too.  Ripped quite a few lashes out that day, lol!

Posted 24 Jan 2012
Fisherface
Make Up Artist
Fisherface
I was curling my own eyelashes once and someone called me so I turned my head sharply and forgot to move my hand too.  Ripped quite a few lashes out that day, lol!

Posted 24 Jan 2012
yes claire it was i figured if i slept with it on my face i wouldnt have to go downstairs to get my breakfast with a hangova x

Posted 24 Jan 2012
Fisherface
I was curling my own eyelashes once and someone called me so I turned my head sharply and forgot to move my hand too.  Ripped quite a few lashes out that day, lol!
Oooouch! Green tea works wonders for the skin and then the occasional spot that does manage to sneak through, a gentle squeeze and a dab with perfume sees it dried up in no time.
Posted 24 Jan 2012
ClaireShipman
Make Up Artist
ClaireShipma..
Fisherface

I was curling my own eyelashes once and someone called me so I turned my head sharply and forgot to move my hand too.  Ripped quite a few lashes out that day, lol!


Oooowie!! :S Those things can be very scary...
Posted 25 Jan 2012
simplydivine
Make Up Artist
simplydivine
Can't think of anything to add as yet but I'm sure some things will come to me so I will be back, but just to add the hairspray thing I've heard a lot.. yuk!!! Conditioner for shaving is good as it softnes the hair, so not a bad thing. Asprin mask? not heard of that before but asprin contains salicylic acid so can only assume it is that which is a good exfolliator, it is good for for problem/spotty skins tho, altho not sure about home made remedies. Karen xx
Posted 26 Jan 2012
ClaireShipman
Make Up Artist
ClaireShipma..
Having thought about is asprin is pretty bad for you causes stomach bleeding when consumed fairly often apparently*, so I would probably reccommend switching to a mouisure mask thats meant to be on your face or pure shea butter (Incredibly softening for the skin) without the risk of doing any harm x

Posted 27 Jan 2012
ClaireShipman
Having thought about is asprin is pretty bad for you causes stomach bleeding when consumed fairly often apparently*, so I would probably reccommend switching to a mouisure mask thats meant to be on your face or pure shea butter (Incredibly softening for the skin) without the risk of doing any harm x
Nothing to worry about with putting aspirin on your skin, adverse gastrointestinal events are mainly due to the inhibition of COX1, responsible for the synthesis of prostaglandins that normally inhibit acid secretion and protect the mucosa. Definitely nothing to worry about unless you ingest loads at the same time. However mefenamic acid and sulindac are in the same family as aspirin (NSAIDs) and they may give you a rash or a photosensitive reaction, or in rare cases Stevens-Johnson syndrome. Sorry that was the only geek smiley I could find
Posted 27 Jan 2012
ClaireShipman
Make Up Artist
ClaireShipma..
Geek

Posted 28 Jan 2012
Edited by ClaireShipman 28 Jan 2012
I found the asprin mask on a youtube tutorial, which I know isn't always the best place to find these things (!) but the lady did give some interesting reasons as to why asprin works well: *obviously the small lumps exfoliate *apsrin has been used as a natural healing substance for years, so it's good at fighting germs and healing small blemishes *it's strong enough to remove a small layer of skin but not so harsh that it burns it off! She did say though, not to use it every day (personally, I use it about once a month), and after using it, to apply a higher sunscreen for the next week or so, because your skin is more vulnerable. She recommended mixing the asprin with honey. I find this too messy, to I just add two tables to my clinque facial wash
Posted 28 Jan 2012
Ooh dear, never realised "asprin" was spelt "aspirin"- guess that means I must be pronouncing it wrong too!
Posted 28 Jan 2012
Edited by ArianaWood 28 Jan 2012
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