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Not everyone is born with a full set of eyebrows. In fact, some women have scraggly eyebrows form birth, whereas others simply grow into them as time goes by. Fortunately for those who desire the full eyebrow look, it is possible to create your own.

Filling in your eyebrows

The first strategy for filling in your eyebrows is to acquire the proper tools. You will need a small eyebrow brush, an eyebrow pencil, and an eyebrow powder. Women who have fair complexions do best with a blonde shade. Women who have olive complexions do well with a brown shade. Women who have African-American complexions do best with gray shades.

First, brush your eyebrows downward in an even manner. If you do not have an eyebrow brush, you can use a dry, clean mascara wand to accomplish this properly.

Next, you need to define the arch using your eyebrow pencil. Simply draw a line using the pencil along the upper edges of your eyebrows. Take your time. If you make a mistake, remove your line and begin again.

Once you have the eyebrow line defined clearly, brush your eyebrows up and out. You can add in a bit more fullness using your eye shadow. Using a stiff eye shadow brush, preferably one with a bit of a slant to it, dust a bit of eye shadow powder into the hairs of your eyebrow.

This step can be a bit tricky, so take your time again. It is important that you only use a small amount of powder in order to create a blended look. Take your brush and dip it into a very small amount of eye shadow powder. Apply the powder in between the hairs of your brow using short strokes. Avoid using pressure when you apply the powder, but rather, use gentle strokes.

If you have made the mistake of over tweezing your eyebrows, you can minimize the damage now. Simply brush your eyebrow hairs in the same direction that the new growth of hairs is coming in. This should diminish the choppy look. Now, reapply eye shadow powder as needed.

When filling in your brows, you should always avoid adding any depth to the tops or bottoms of the brows with powder. This does not improve the look or the fullness of your brows in an appreciable manner. If you wish to set your eyebrow hairs in place, you can apply a clear eyebrow gel at this point of your beauty treatment.

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Knock Your First Garden Out Of The Park

Home gardening is a type of gardening where home owners grow flowers and produce in the comfort of their homes. Home gardening can be tricky especially when one is new at it. Listed below are tips every home gardener should know about to have a productive home garden.

Location

When setting up a home garden, you should first set aside the area you plan to use as your garden. This of course depends on the type of plant or crop you are planning to cultivate. Also, remember to use an area where your plant can get enough sunlight but minimum disturbance from pets or getting trampled on. It is also important to have a source of water close to your garden so you can water your plants with ease.

Decide On What To Grow

After looking for the perfect space, it’s time to decide on which plant or vegetable to grow. This is very important because knowing which type of plant to grow will give you an estimate of the size of the garden plot you should have and you can determine if the site you picked is perfect for your garden or if you have to look for a bigger space. For example, vegetable plants do not take up a lot of spaces so you can grow them on a small piece of land. However, vine crops, such as cucumbers or watermelons need a larger space to cultivate.

Ensure Good Drainage

You must ensure that your garden has a good drainage system, otherwise your plants will drown and die from too much water. Water your crops regularly but don’t overwater them and make sure that any excess is safely drained out of the garden.

Adopt Mulching

Mulching prevents your garden topsoil from being blown away. Its decomposition also provides nutrients to your plants.

Make Variety

You can plant different types of crops in your garden. These varieties will not only help with pests but also the soil quality. Planting various crops will confuse the pests because they are unsure of what will be in the garden. You could also practice crop rotation. It works wonders for farmers and it’ll do so for you too.

Plant at the Proper Time

Although this may seem obvious, it is crucial to the success of any garden. If you plant the too soon, they will be frozen by the early spring frost and If you plant too late, they will not be able to gather strength before the summer comes and withers them, or they get destroyed by fall frost.

Provide Lots of Sunlight

All plant needs the sun to survive. If your plants are not getting enough sunlight, they will have stunted growth and will not produce good offsprings. However, you must ensure that the plants are not too exposed to the sun. The garden location should be carefully placed where there is adequate sunlight.

Compost fertilizers

Compost fertilizers helps plants grow healthy. They also helps you to save money are a great way to have healthy plants. It also helps to save money used in buying expensive fertilizers which can have adverse effects on the soil, plants or even the gardeners as well. They introduce toxins into the water supplies and leave harmful chemical residues on plants.

Organize and Store Garden Tools Safely

It is important to store garden tools well when they are not in use. This saves you time spent in looking for it when you need it. Apart from that, it may be dangerous just leaving them to lay around as it might cause serious injuries to people. You also get to save money by not having to buy lost or damaged tools when you need it.Garage wall spaces can be converted into store for gardening tools.

Trim and Prune

Trimming and pruning will allow proper air circulation for your plant. Pruning also reduces the amount of leaves so water can really penetrate your plant. When pruning, make sure the center of the flower is open, so the sun can enter into it. Careful pruning will keep moisture out of your plant, and prevent diseases like black spots and other blights.


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