Congratulations to the 3 lucky winners of our twitter beauty giveaway.
We’ll be contacting you via direct message on twitter!
Dear beauty lovers– it’s time for another little giveaway!! We’re going to give away 3 of our favorite curling irons, which you’ll see in most of our tutorials. We’ll be picking 3 of our twitter followers at random tomorrow. Entering is easy! Just tweet us with the hashtag #BeautyGiveaway. We’ll scroll through and if we stop on you, you’ll be the new owner of this gorgeous golden goodness!
You can find us @TBDofficial
Unfortunately this is only open to US residence for conversion/safety reasons.
Good luck everyone!!
A lot of you guys have said you have a hard time using a curling iron with a clamp and end up with crimp marks. Hopefully most of you have been practicing with Lauren’s help in this video, but for those of you who just can’t make friends with the curling iron clamp, this project is all yours.
Today’s hair post is quite simple but a very valuable one, nonetheless. It’s pretty safe to say that “over styling” is the number one hair crime in my book and we should all know what to do when we’ve simply taken curling or flat ironing too far. Let’s say you’re styling your hair with the curling iron, curling wand or the flat iron, and you get to a point where it just won’t do what you’re wanting it to. STOP. PLEASE. Don’t keep going! It is vital at this point to put some moisture back inside the hair before you go at it again. When you curl or flat iron, that steam that comes out is the hair’s internal moisture. You’re sucking it dry when you go over it repeatedly. You must put moisture back in there in order for it to cooperate! You can’t curl hay!! Grab a water bottle and lightly mist the area that won’t cooperate. Don’t soak it, just misting it is fine. Let it air dry and then come back to it. It’s like getting a second chance! This actually changed my hair game and I hope it helps with yours!
P.S: The Evian bottle in the image above is the one I always use because it has a really fine, even mist. A regular spray bottle works just fine as long as the spray isn’t too heavy.