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The Avon Opportunity

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Shirlie's 3 Skin Firming Tips

  Firm skin is something that is lost with age, bringing forward the appearance of  wrinkles and fine lines . And while these skin concerns are a fact of life, the right  skincare products —like  skin-firming  cream and lotion—and expert tips can help boost skin firmness, leaving you with a complexion that looks plumper and smoother. Ahead, we will show you how to tighten skin with three skin-firming tips, plus top Avon products to go along with them 1. Lots of Moisture The right moisturizer can help plump you skin, making fine lines and wrinkles less noticeable.  The Anew Hydra Fusion Nighttime Facial helps to restore the skin overnight by hydrating and defending from environmental stressors.  Discover the "best-slept" secret that repairs while visibly re-plumping your skin while you sleep. 2. "The Eyes have it" Take care of your eyes.  The is an area that is prone to fine lines and wrinkles.  The is also an area where the skin sags, this all gives the appearance

7 steps to Flawless Hair Color

 I  get it—keeping your hair colored can feel like a full-time job. Well, I have a few tips and tricks that can make coloring your already-colored hair at home just that little bit easier. Whether you’re doing a touch up , darkening your hair , or going to a completely new shade—these tips will help you get that professional salon look! 1. YOU DONT NEED TO COLOR ALL YOUR HAIR EVERY TIME Remember different parts of your hair absorb hair color at a different rate due to the porosity of your hair. When the hair has been dyed previously adding more dye leads to build up. This will make the ends darker than the roots, not a good look! So you should really just touch up your roots. Also you find a product that will revive your ends, but not color them. 2. ARE YOU CHANGING SHADES? START WITH A STRAND TEST I recommend a strand test. This will allow you to see what the color will look like and give you an idea of the timing needed.     HERE IS HOW IT WORKS Take a ¼” wide strand from the