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Halloween Beauty Must-Haves

Bewitch your neighbors, charm your friends, or hex your ex with these hauntingly fun looks. Get into the Halloween spirit with Orglamix! Find the best selection of 100% pure all natural mineral makeup at Orglamix. 

Natural Beauty

Your Weekly Skincare Checkup

October 07, 2015

You can keep filtering your selfies; or you can slough off the dead cells that are dulling your glow. Dermatologists say that in addition to your daily regimen, you may want to do a deeper exfoliation twice a week. For an extra boost, treat yourself to a mask once a week.  TWICE A WEEK: EXFOLIATEPowered by dead skin cell zapping enzymes, this Japanese rice bran-infused powder is customizable: The more water you add, the more gently it will slough. ONCE A WEEK: DO A MASKSpanish clay helps absorb grease and play down pores; essential oils soften. The result? Just plain sublime.

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DIY Beauty: Sweet Orange Sea Spray

October 02, 2015

Formulated with natural sea salt and smoothing moisturizers, this light mist infuses all hair types with oceanic waves for a breezy texture boost. A quinoa protein naturally conditions and smooths hair while sunflower seed provides natural UV protection while guarding against dryness, color fading, and brassiness.Sweet orange essential oil provides antioxidant protection and cleanse hair of excess oils and provide natural hydration. Ingredients: 2 cups saltwater (2 cups hot water, 1/8 cup sea salt) 1 teaspoon sunflower oil ½ teaspoon finely ground quinoa 25 drops of sweet orange essential oil Instructions: In a large bowl, combine ingredients; mix until incorporated. Store Sweet Orange Sea Spray in spray bottle.  Suggested Usage:-Spray on dry or damp hair in sections.-Use fingertips to twist and define loose curls.-Dry...

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Hello, Kitty | Smokey Cat Eyes

September 30, 2015

What do you get when you combine cat eye with smokey shadow? Wings, so dramatic you can let them fly solo -- no vampy lips or cherub cheeks needed. It's 60's retro meets punk. GET THE LOOK: SMOKEY CAT EYESAchieve the graphic shape by drawing the wings with a pencil and darkening them with liquid liner. Then shade the creases with black and brown powder, extending the colors outward into two claw-sharp points. Meow.

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