I’m baaaack! I’m done with my make-up artist school now and I’m glad to inform you that I passed the final exam, which means that I am now a certified professional make-up artist, woohoo! Now, before I start telling you about the best facial scrub ever, which is the main topic of this post, I just wanted to let you know that I’ll be filming a video about my experience regarding the MUA school in a few days, but I need your help. Since I don’t know what exactly you would like me hear talking about, I decided to make a Q&A style video, so please leave me any questions that you have below this post. Of course, you can also leave me questions on twitter, facebook or even e-mail them to me.
Ok, back to the main topic now. By now, most of you probably already know about my dry skin battles. I used to have severe dry flakes on my cheeks, then a few months ago, I managed to get rid of them with the help of a face cream I have yet to talk about, but when I started school, my skin became a dry mess again. We were mostly practicing doing make-up on ourselves, which meant that I got make-up put on and off me at least five times a day, so it was only a matter of time when my skin would start acting out. All I can say is, thank god for our amazing make-up instructor, who introduced us to the perfect remedy for our irritated and dried out skin, which I will now share with all of you! I’m telling you, this facial scrub does wonders and what is even better, you can make it yourself with the stuff you can find in your kitchen!
You will only need a handful of almonds (for dry skin) or hazelnuts (for mixed skin), one table spoon of honey, five drops of lemon juice and a tea spoon of argan/olive/almond oil. Then, you basically just need to throw everything in a blender, and when everything is finely blended, you
throw it gently rub it on your face in circular motions and rinse it off with water. That’s it! If you have any remains left, you can put them in a fridge, and use the scrub throughout the following week, every second or third day. Oh, and don’t forget to put on a good moisturizing cream afterwards! Soooo, who’s gonna try out the scrub? Please let me know how you like it if you do! And don’t forget to leave me questions for the MUA school Q&A video! 🙂