With nowadays beauty industry, we can find products for any purposes. But do you trust them for 100%? These products can contain plastics, irritating fragrances, glycerin, parabens, phthalates and other questionable ingredients. As we all know, these products definitely damage our delicate facial skin. More to that, they can be quit pricy.
Good news! Capture Models decided to share with you 9 homemade facial scrubs recipes that you can easily do and use if your skin has needed a pick-me-up.
Combine all ingredients in a small bowl. Using the tips of your fingers, gently rub scrub into the clean face. Take care to avoid the eyes. Remove by rinsing with cool water, and pat dry with a clean towel. Add on a layer of oil as a moisturizer, if necessary.
Blueberry and Honey Scrub
1/2 cup fresh blueberries
2 tbsp honey (raw and local is best)
1 – 2 tbsp sugar
How You Do It?
Combine all ingredients in a small food processor, and blend until smooth. Add a generous layer to clean face, and allow to sit for 15 minutes. Rinse clean with warm water.
Lemon and Sugar Face Scrub
1/2 fresh lemon
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1 tbsp olive oil
1 tbsp organic honey
How You Do It?
Add lemon juice and olive oil into a bowl until they mix together. Add the honey and whisk or stir quickly until the ingredients bind together into a medium-to-thick consistency. You can add or subtract the amount of olive oil and honey that you use depending on how thick you want your scrub to be.
You can make from fresh lemon juice, sugar, olive oil, and honey. This provides a simple exfoliating face scrubs recipe while moisturizing. The lemon juice may help brighten the skin. Also, you can use this recipe for both skin and body. Especially, this recipe is ideal for rough spots like feet, knees, elbows, and hands. It’s also great for nail beds and cuticles. To use on the face, this scrub works wonderfully for those with acne-prone skin. But, of course, the entire body can benefit from a lemon and sugar exfoliation that leaves skin soft and smooth.
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Coffee Face Scrub
1/3 tsp extra virgin olive oil (moisturizer), (or you can use Shea butter or coconut oil)
1 tsp honey
1 1/2 tsp coffee grinds (helps scrub off dead skin, and exfoliate)
How You Do It?
In your bowl, mix the finely ground coffee beans with the cocoa powder. Add in the milk, stir until it creates a paste. For a thicker paste, use less milk. Fold in lemon juice and honey. Apply to skin and let dry (up to 20 minutes). Wash off and store any extras in the fridge for up to 3 days.
Chocolate Sugar Face Scrub
1/4 cup brown sugar
1/8 cup olive oil
1 tbsp cocoa powder
1/4 tsp vanilla extract
How You Do It?
Mix all ingredients together in a small bowl. Lather generously onto clean face, rubbing gently into the skin for 60 seconds. Allow setting on the skin for 10 minutes, if desired, then rinse clean with warm water.
Most of us know a brand CHANEL. Some of us know a bit about the story of Chanel. And only a few of us know that Coco Chanel made a revolution in fashion back in the 20th century.
CM decided to tell you about six things that we can thank Coco Chanel for.
TROUSERS FOR WOMEN
Nowadays, trousers are something we wear on a regular basis. But can you imagine that back in the 20th century women were wearing only skirts. Coco Chanel was the first women who started to wear trousers.
THE LITTLE BLACK DRESS
The little black dress is always a thing. This is something we would wear to a date or to work, or even for a fancy event. It is something that probably every girl has in her wardrobe. Guess who we should thank for that simple, but fabulous outfit? – Coco Chanel.
The history of Chanel №5 is so fascinating. Generally, back at the time when all perfume was made from natural floral components, Chanel 5 was the first one, which was made from unnatural ingredients. It created a very unusual smell and became very popular among 20th century ladies.
THE CHANEL SUIT
If you read a biography of Coco Chanel it would be very clear that she loved to wear clothes for men and most of her ideas came from male clothes. The Chanel suit is one of such examples.
THE CHANEL TWO-TWO PUMP
Coco has been always firstly for wearing something that you would feel comfortable in. High heels are not her style, two-two pump is so Chanel.
PEARLS! PEARLS! PEARLS! How much do we girls love pearls. They always look fancy and fabulous. Chanel would put several necklaces would pearls and it would look amazing.
Coco Chanel made a huge revolution in fashion. She invented a totally different style. We, CM team, think that the biggest input that Gabriel Chanel made is that women can feel comfortable and stay fabulous at the same time.
“Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening” by Coco Chanel
We all know that every color has a particular psychological meaning, but we do not think about that when creating our look. Usually, we just wear something we like or feel comfortable in not thinking about the fact that the color spectrum of the outfit we’ve chosen might give a wrong message about us or even TALK inappropriate.
CM decided to give you several tips about when and where better to wear the most popular colors.
Classic black has so many faces and meanings. Usually people find it as a depressing color. We could definitely say NO to that. Black at the same time represent power and elegance, discipline and mystery.
When thinking what to wear to a job interview, black might me a good choice.
This simple color represents so many things: Purity, cleanliness, safety, strength, peace. But try to combine it with another color in your outfit. Too much white can project coldness and isolation.
BTW, white is also a great option for a job interview. People more likely to trust those, who wear white.
We all know that if you want to attract attention, wear red. It represents passion, power, energy. Wear red when you want to be assertive, need an energy boost or exude sexuality.
This color can represent so many things depending on the shade.
Generally, blue represents authority, structure, communication, dependability, trust and loyalty.
However, some shades can project coldness. Wear blue whenever you are going to communicate with new people and they will definitely treat you with lots of respect.
The color of love. Represent affection and serenity. But be accurate with this color. People are likely not to take seriously those who wear lots of pink.
Green represents security, abundance, growth and luck. But be very accurate with shades of Green. CM would advise you to wear dark green or grass green.
Wear green whenever you feel calm.
The color of sun. It represents happiness, freedom, optimism. Yellow is a great choice if you don’t want to become depressed during a rainy day.
CM advises you to use the colors to make a great impression and desired effect.