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After getting my girls settled on campus last week, I started my Sunday evening product review with @h2oplususa Oasis Body Scrub. LOVE IT!! Check out the skin benefits! Yep..all that! A naturalBOX NEXT!

-Bioactive Seawater renews the skin with essential minerals, enzymes, and antioxidants.

-Marine Crystals and Black Rice gently exfoliate to reveal radiant skin.

-Moisture-rich Hydrating Marine Blend and Sea Mineral Complex rapidly replenish depleted skin with fast-absorbing nutrients. 
#mynaturalbox #naturalbeautyinabox #discovernaturalbeauty #teamnatural #skincare #h2oplus

After getting my girls settled on campus last week, I started my Sunday evening product review with @h2oplususa Oasis Body Scrub. LOVE IT!! Check out the skin benefits! Yep..all that! A naturalBOX NEXT!

-Bioactive Seawater renews the skin with essential minerals, enzymes, and antioxidants.

-Marine Crystals and Black Rice gently exfoliate to reveal radiant skin.

-Moisture-rich Hydrating Marine Blend and Sea Mineral Complex rapidly replenish depleted skin with fast-absorbing nutrients.
#mynaturalbox #naturalbeautyinabox #discovernaturalbeauty #teamnatural #skincare #h2oplus

If you are a natural who treats your tress to the benefits of Avocados this tip is for you!

If you are like me, you’ve placed your unused avocado half in the fridge, only to find the fruit turned a totally unappetizing brown the next day? It’s one of the most frustrating things about loading up on avocadoes—but luckily, there’s an easy solution.

Just cut a red onion into fairly large chunks, throw the pieces an airtight plastic container, and place the avocado half—with the pit—on top. (The skin should be touching the onion chunks.) Put the lid on the plastic container, throw it in the fridge, and brown avocadoes will be a thing of past. 

How does the trick work? The onion emits sulfur gases, which help stop the oxidation process that turns avocadoes brown. 
Via: Chow.com #mynaturalbox #naturalbeautyinabox #naturalBOXtip #discovernaturalbeauty

If you are a natural who treats your tress to the benefits of Avocados this tip is for you!

If you are like me, you’ve placed your unused avocado half in the fridge, only to find the fruit turned a totally unappetizing brown the next day? It’s one of the most frustrating things about loading up on avocadoes—but luckily, there’s an easy solution.

Just cut a red onion into fairly large chunks, throw the pieces an airtight plastic container, and place the avocado half—with the pit—on top. (The skin should be touching the onion chunks.) Put the lid on the plastic container, throw it in the fridge, and brown avocadoes will be a thing of past.

How does the trick work? The onion emits sulfur gases, which help stop the oxidation process that turns avocadoes brown.
Via: Chow.com #mynaturalbox #naturalbeautyinabox #naturalBOXtip #discovernaturalbeauty

Want to safely add a pop of color to your natural Hair? Here’s the steps @mahoganycurls took.

1. Flexirod set with @sheamoisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Lotion.

2. Once dry apply @sheamoisture EYESHADOW in Cecilia (color) to the ends for a pop of color

A fun and safe way to temporarily change you look! #mynaturalbox #naturalbeautyinabox #teamnatural #discovernaturalbeauty #naturalBOXtip #hairchalk #bluehair #flexirodset #sheamoisture

Want to safely add a pop of color to your natural Hair? Here’s the steps @mahoganycurls took.

1. Flexirod set with @sheamoisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Lotion.

2. Once dry apply @sheamoisture EYESHADOW in Cecilia (color) to the ends for a pop of color

A fun and safe way to temporarily change you look! #mynaturalbox #naturalbeautyinabox #teamnatural #discovernaturalbeauty #naturalBOXtip #hairchalk #bluehair #flexirodset #sheamoisture

Beyond Concealer: 
Concealer alone won’t make you look beautifully rested. In fact, too much draws attention to tired eyes.  Here are 6 Makeup Ideas to Make You Look More Awake!

Curl Your Lashes:
When your lashes are upturned, your eyes look more open. For the biggest payoff, squeeze a lash curler once at your lashline, once in the middle of your lashes and once at the ends. Enhance the effect—and seal the curl—with a layer of lengthening mascara.

Layer Your Liner:
Lining your upper lashes with two different tones—one deep, one vibrant—will counteract shadows underneath your eyes and make the whites look brighter. First, use a dark brown or black pencil eyeliner. Top it with a liner in a vibrant jewel tone, like a sapphire blue or emerald green.

Build Up Your Brows:
Full, softly arched brows make your eyelids look lifted, and draw attention up and away from under eye puffiness and dark circles. Use short, feathery strokes to fill in your brows with a pencil (a taupe shade works on most brow colors and skin tones) and then brush them up and out with a spoolie brush. 

Even Out Your Complexion:
A sheer, dewy foundation can do more than a concealer alone to make you look beautifully awake. 

Wear Blush:
A pop of color on your cheekbones brightens your entire face and distracts from shadows underneath your eyes. Look for a rosy blush with a hint of gold to counteract blue tones in your undereye circles. (Avoid shades that are too orange, which can make eyes look tired. 
Via: oprah.com @oprah 
Photo credit: @msroshposh
#mynaturalbox #discovernaturalbeauty #naturalbeautyinabox #teamnatural #brownbeauty #getonthelist #wedothis

Beyond Concealer:
Concealer alone won’t make you look beautifully rested. In fact, too much draws attention to tired eyes. Here are 6 Makeup Ideas to Make You Look More Awake!

Curl Your Lashes:
When your lashes are upturned, your eyes look more open. For the biggest payoff, squeeze a lash curler once at your lashline, once in the middle of your lashes and once at the ends. Enhance the effect—and seal the curl—with a layer of lengthening mascara.

Layer Your Liner:
Lining your upper lashes with two different tones—one deep, one vibrant—will counteract shadows underneath your eyes and make the whites look brighter. First, use a dark brown or black pencil eyeliner. Top it with a liner in a vibrant jewel tone, like a sapphire blue or emerald green.

Build Up Your Brows:
Full, softly arched brows make your eyelids look lifted, and draw attention up and away from under eye puffiness and dark circles. Use short, feathery strokes to fill in your brows with a pencil (a taupe shade works on most brow colors and skin tones) and then brush them up and out with a spoolie brush.

Even Out Your Complexion:
A sheer, dewy foundation can do more than a concealer alone to make you look beautifully awake.

Wear Blush:
A pop of color on your cheekbones brightens your entire face and distracts from shadows underneath your eyes. Look for a rosy blush with a hint of gold to counteract blue tones in your undereye circles. (Avoid shades that are too orange, which can make eyes look tired.
Via: oprah.com @oprah
Photo credit: @msroshposh
#mynaturalbox #discovernaturalbeauty #naturalbeautyinabox #teamnatural #brownbeauty #getonthelist #wedothis