2017 Spring Break Beauty Tips for a Natural Beach Look

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2017 Spring Break Beauty Tips

Spring Break is coming up in a few months and many of you are going to be heading south for vacation! Many teens and college students think that it is a time to party and need to paint their face up for a more mature look, but your natural look is absolutely gorgeous! But I don’t think it is a bad thing to use makeup to highlight your natural features. Here are three simple steps to do just that.

Of course, when it comes to your foundation make sure it matches your natural skin tone or maybe a slight shade darker if you are going to be doing some tanning. To be honest, if you are hitting the beach I would avoid the foundation. Next, apply your choice of mascara and lip gloss. My personal choice is black waterproof mascara and a light pink or natural color lip gloss. Lastly, with my curls, I put in Redken Beach Wave Volume, but make sure the product works great with your hair.

Now I know everyone does their natural look different so share your secrets or tips in the comments below!

2017 Spring Break Beauty Tips

 

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Introduce Myself Hey, guys! I’m Sam and I’m new to the whole blogging scene so bear with me!

First off- a little bit about myself. I am a junior at Carroll High School. I work at Pathway Community Church as a childcare worker. I have a strong passion for art and I’m an aspiring graphic designer. I have two brothers, two dogs, and a boyfriend. My mother is my best friend and I don’t go out much. I have a health condition called POTS disorder (which I won’t go into detail about now because I’m sure that will come soon).

I have been through it all. From abusive relationships to high school sweethearts. From being the social butterfly to being the girl who hides in the corner. From being the so-called “party girl” to being Pentecostal. From being a cheerleader to having a life-altering disorder. There’s very little that I can say I haven’t tackled in my life. And those are the things that I’ll be blogging about.

Being a teenage girl is hard enough. Being a responsible, strong, God-loving teenage girl is a different story.

But it’s my story.