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現代少女 OBA的「巧省保養術」!


製作、文字/RUBY.攝影/阿清.美術編輯/Ema.梳化/小雯.Model/小蕾(EMS)



受到壞景氣影響,任何花費都跟著緊縮嗎?好多愛美女生說:「就算是被視為生活必需品的美妝品,也都要精算才下手囉!」這類新崛起的類型,被小編戲稱為『少女OBA』,和舊時代的歐巴桑不一樣,除了會省、還會變新花樣玩出自己的巧思保養呢!

決定版!拿出「少女OBA」保養精神,用創意省錢!

大家對歐巴桑的既定印象就是斤斤計較,喜歡貪小便宜!但遇上經濟不景氣,要拿出新時代「少女OBA」的精神,動動腦就能快樂省!

1.減少清潔步驟,卸妝+保濕一次到位!


大家都知道清潔最重要!手頭鬆時,從潔顏油、卸妝乳、洗面乳、去角質每一項都清的不亦樂乎!但多餘的清潔,反而會讓皮膚喪失防禦機能變乾燥。聰明少女OBA不妨試試溫和卸妝+深層淨膚+補水保濕的一次解決清潔品喔!

『卸妝油+洗面乳+磨砂膏,過度清潔把角質都剝除啦!Only 1 step! 卸妝、洗臉、補水一氣呵成』

【Good Thinking!】保持肌膚本身的保濕能力

清得太過,像磚牆一樣排列整齊的角質細胞一「芝麻開門」後,細胞間脂質會流失讓皮膚變得刺激。省下多重步驟,最適度的洗淨力不會奪走過多皮脂!

【Good Thinking!】幫助保養品的滲透

除了提供溫和的清潔功能外,也不用急著上化妝水保濕。補水成分會把水分滲透到肌底層,維持角質層健康、留下濕潤的膚觸,後續保養品滲透率也更好。

【Good Thinking!】省水、省時間,就是省錢!

少了層層道道的手續,冬天更免了咬牙潑冷水的痛苦!(熱水本身就會清除皮脂,會過度乾燥喔!)不用階段性的沖水,水費都可以省下不少呢!

2.沒面膜了?濃厚乳霜x化妝水棉,比擬面膜滲透力道!



伴隨著「節儉過日」的意識高漲,少女OBA還說最愛把面膜當「生活必需品」、常補貨的習慣相對變奢華,不過運用巧思,利用曾覺得較濃厚而束之高閣的乳霜,一樣搞定面上有光!

『太濃厚的面霜大變身,蓋上化妝棉濕敷,媲美「一片裡含有一整瓶美容液成份」的紙面膜』

【Good Thinking!】化妝棉濕敷,不粘膩又有滲透力

敷乳霜時先用化妝水充分濕潤皮膚,可以讓油份的擴散和滲透分散的很均勻,不塞毛孔。再濕敷讓密閉效果高,把乳霜含的美容成分都推入皮膚,強化滲透力!

【Good Thinking!】除了水分,還同時補充油份

單擦覺得太油的乳霜,加上化妝水濕敷可以補給以水溶性為主的紙面膜所無法補充的油份,很適合乾燥熟齡肌使用!日本護膚大師佐柏老師也大推!

【Good Thinking!】省了荷包也能顧到面子!

本來就有的乳霜花費=0元!現在小編還要教妳簡單裁減術,用最普通的蘭韻化妝棉,剪出不輸專櫃級的漂亮面膜!

3.活中隨處可得的茶包,也能當美白+抗浮腫眼膜!



以往歐巴桑為生活辛苦勞碌的七件事:「柴米油鹽醬醋茶」,在新時代可當少女OBA的保養秘招喔!用茶包來舉例,沒眼膜的時候,它也有類似功效!

『POINT:要選綠茶,它不是發酵茶,才不會因發酵的酸產生刺激反應』

【Good Thinking!】黑眼圈用溫茶包溫敷

剛泡完的茶包還溫溫時擠乾點敷眼睛,可以讓黑眼圈變淡。女星Linda 也會拿來敷脖子消暗沉、淡紋路。和臉沒色差,連頸霜都省了!

【Good Thinking!】冰敷解除眼袋浮腫

擠掉多餘水分放進冰箱,敷眼睛上十分鐘左右,可令眼部神經放鬆,消除水腫。

【Good Thinking!】泡後剩下的茶水當加濕器

冬天別敗什麼加溼器了,在房間常備著一杯茶的好處還有讓空氣不會太乾燥!蒸發掉的茶水,代替臉上可能會被冷空氣帶走的滋潤!
                                                                          轉載自   beauty美人誌

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How To Etch Glass
March 4, 2009 at 10:13 am

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For reasons really too gross to go into, I needed air-tight jars for my pantry, and fast. A bad situation was bringing me one step closer to my fantasy life — an Ikea-like, label and clutter-free pantry — and maybe, come to think of it, that’s just what life does sometimes. You never thought your mom’s cancer would bring a sense of serenity to your life, but then, strangely, it does. Who knew the grim realities of city living would make my cupboard look so good?

I’ve been a fan of diy glass etching for a while, but never know what the right project is. In general, I’m not crazy about writing on things — t-shirts, dishes, glasses — but in the case of kitchen canisters, it works. The second I saw this craft in an issue of Martha Stewart, I knew it was the etching project I was looking for.

I went to Michael’s to get the letters and came face to face with the new Martha craft line for the first time. Now, I know it sounds like I’m shilling for the domestic doyenne, but there are no perks for my saying this: If you’ve ever looked at the crafts in Living and thought that you didn’t have the paper/stencils/stamps/skill to make your version look as clean and lovely, this line bridges the gap. I looked at everything, and was particularly taken with the acrylic stamps. As a girl planning a wedding (or at least trying), my mind was percolating like crazy and suddenly filled with diy confidence.

I used a roll of Martha’s adhesive letters for this project, and after nearly having to turn my brain inside out to think in reverse (this always confuses me about glass-etching and stenciling), I am really pleased with the way these turned out. I got the surprisingly affordable jars ($3-$4) at the Container Store, but Target has a bunch of options, too.

 

Etched-Glass Jars

Do this in a well-ventilated area. No, seriously: I got cold after a little while and closed the window, and sure enough, a half hour later I nearly threw up during my sun salutations. And while we’re at it, wear the gloves. This is very caustic stuff.

What You’ll Need:
etching cream
glass jars
paintbrush you don’t mind throwing away
tape
adhesive letters
rubber gloves
scissors (to cut the tape)
a drop cloth or newspaper to cover work area

Wash and dry your glass jars. Cover your work area with drop cloth or newspaper. Stick your adhesive letters on your jar and tape off the area around the word. Smooth down edges of tape and letters to make sure everything is properly adhered. Everything not covered by a sticker or tape will be etched and end up cloudy.

Put gloves on and in a well-ventilated area, brush a thick layer of etching cream on your taped off area, covering the adhesive letters. Let sit for manufacturer’s recommended time (full disclosure: I had the best luck leaving mine on twice as long, but I am foolish; see above), then wash off all etching cream and let dry.

                                                         轉載自    Pink Of Perfection

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