Product Review: Angela Langford Sweet Cheeks

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Hey beauty lovers! Hope you are all well and keeping safe wherever you are. This blog post today is all about this amazing Angela Langford Sweet Cheeks balancing and cleansing face wash with papaya, cypress, and rose. I got this a few weeks ago and I have been using it pretty much every day. It is a gentle skincare product and I am so in love with it. It works so well on my skin.

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Angela says… “If you are prone to oily, combination or congested skin, this face wash is for you. This is your recipe for beautifully balanced & clean, clear skin.”

Sweet Cheeks is a non-forming gentle face wash. It is a blend of rose petels, orange blossom, papaya, cypress, and witch hazel.

PROS
  • It cleanses the skin thoroughly.
  • A little goes a long way.
  • I love the new packaging. It is a lot easier to use and store away.
  • It leaves my skin soft, smooth, and refreshed.
  • I love the light fragrance a lot!
  • This product is cruelty-free.
  • It is packed full of natural and organic raw ingredients.
  • It works great for those with sensitive skin like mine.
CONS
  • None.

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I can’t fault this product in any way. It ticks all my skincare product boxes and I can see myself using it for many years to come. You can try this face wash for yourself and see how amazing it is. Angela Langford has many other amazing skincare products you could try. I have tried a few products by Angela Langford, and they are all great for my skin. You can have read up my other reviews on Angela Langford.

What do you think of this Angela Langford Sweet Cheeks face wash? Have you tried it before? Please sound off in the comments section below.

Have a lovely weekend wherever you are.

How to perform a hybrid manicure?

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Beautiful and well-groomed hands can be a showcase of every woman. Carefully painted nails can complement our everyday styling. If you have previously performed a hybrid manicure at a beautician, we have good news – you can successfully do it in the comfort of your own home.

1. What will be needed to perform a hybrid manicure?
2. Hybrid manicure – how to prepare?
3. How to paint nails with hybrid varnishes?

We suggest which cosmetics and accessories you cannot forget and how to take care of your nails step by step.

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What will be needed to perform a hybrid manicure?

To properly care for your nails and perform a careful hybrid manicure, you need to stock up on some necessary cosmetics and accessories. You can find most of them at, for example, https://roxiecosmetics.co.uk/ or at your local drugstore.

You will need:

• UV lamp, which is the basis for making a hybrid manicure,
• Wooden sticks and nippers – they will be used to remove and cut the cuticles,
• A nail file and a polishing pad, thanks to which we will give the nails the desired shape and matte their plate,
• Cleaner, i.e. a liquid used to clean and degrease the nail plate,
• Dust-free swabs, which are helpful in cleaning the plate,
• Base for hybrid varnishes – it is applied before applying the varnish layer,
• Hybrid varnish – a colored varnish which, when applied to the nail plate, hardens under the lamp,
• Top – a cosmetic that is applied at the end of styling to give the painted nails a glow or matt effect.

Hybrid manicure – how to prepare?

At the very beginning, you need to pay attention to your cuticles around the nail. To make it easier to remove them, it is worth pushing them away with a wooden stick and then cutting them out with pliers. In the next step, use a file to give your nails the desired shape, e.g. almond or square. Then, polish the nail plate with a polishing block. Now all you have to do is rinse them with a cotton pad soaked in a cleaner and the nails are ready for painting.

How to paint nails with hybrid varnishes?

The first stage of painting is to apply a colorless base on the nail plate. This should be done carefully so as not to splash the cuticles. It is also important to secure the so-called free edge of the nail, thanks to which the varnish will last longer on the nails. When all nails are covered with the base, we need to harden them under a UV lamp for approx. 45 seconds.

The next step is to paint the nails with hybrid varnish. Here again, we have to show great precision and accuracy. After painting, harden the nails under the lamp for approx. 60 seconds and apply a second layer, which we harden again. The last step is to apply the top coat on the nails – this layer is also hardened under a UV lamp.

Beauty Muse: Adele

The first Beauty Muse of the year 2021 is the lovely Adele. She is such a beauty! I think she has amazing facial features and her sultry voice always gives me goosebumps. Her makeup is always so flawless. I would love to be a fly on the wall to follow her makeup steps. Her signature eyeliner and nude lip makeup are always perfectly done by her makeup artist – Michel Ashton. He nails her look so well. I read his interview with CF Fashion Book some days ago and I found it very informative.

Beauty Muse: Adele

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Here are some bits I really loved from the interview –

When you first met Adele, what inspired the look you did?
“Her beauty look has become as synonymous with her as her voice now, and that very first time I ever worked with her and put eyeliner on her, I don’t think we ever would have thought it would have become so iconic. Also, I think particularly the winged liner is just a look that suits her face so incredibly well because she has these big, beautiful almond-shaped eyes that she can really carry that off. I think the other reason it’s stood the test of time is that it’s a very classic beauty look.”

Adele’s makeup is so perfect, I agree. I think the winger liner suits her so well. The makeup shows off her almond-shaped eyes so beautifully. She is definitely a classic beauty. I love her look so much.

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Do you have any tips for achieving the perfect winged liner?
“My biggest trick for people at home is to start on the outer corner of your eye and draw inward. It helps you create a straighter line when you’re doing that shape on the liner.

I will try drawing mine from the outer corner of my eye and see how I get on. It sounds like a great makeup tip. Normally, I usually start off from the inner corner, and sometimes I get it right. The eyeliner is such a tricky makeup to get right but once you get it right, it looks so good.

What do you think of Adele as a Beauty Muse?

 

 

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