Tuesday, December 9, 2008


So it's no secret that Joser has a thing for recommending mayonnaise as a fix-all for everything. So, we "Googled it" and found that mayo does wonders for your face and hair... DELISH!!!

We found this one on ehow.com

How to Make a Mayonnaise Face Mask

Things You’ll Need:
All natural honey

Step 1
Place 2 tbsp. of mayonnaise in a small bowl. If you suffer from dry skin, mayonnaise is the best skin care product in your refrigerator. A mayonnaise face mask will help to exfoliate dry, dead skin cells while deeply moisturizing at the same time, leaving your skin healthy and glowing.
Step 2
Add 1/2 tbsp. of all natural honey to the mayonnaise. Honey has been used for centuries as a skin care product as well as an herbal remedy for many conditions. Honey has natural antifungal and antibacterial properties, gently cleansing your skin and clearing pores while moisturizing.
Step 3
Squeeze the juice from one half of a lemon into the mixture, approximately 1tbsp. Lemon is the perfect edition to your face mask, as it is a natural gentle astringent and will help to clear acne without over-drying your skin. Lemon will help balance combination skin and can greatly reduce the size of pores.
Step 4
Stir the mixture well. Wash your face and neck with warm water and pat dry before applying the face mask evenly. Allow the mask to set for 10 minutes before rinsing with cool water and patting dry. Use this mayonnaise face mask once a week for beautiful, moisturized skin.

(Joser trying out the mayo face mask... lol)

Shiny Hair with Mayonnaise

Would you believe that most commercially bought cholesterol hair conditioners contain alcohol, the very thing that dries out hair? Instead, grab a cup full of mayonnaise, some plastic food wrap and throw a couple of towels in the drier on high.
Work the mayonnaise into your hair, starting by massaging it into the scalp and roots. Then draw it through to your ends until your hair is thoroughly coated. Pile the hair on top of your head. Take a couple of feet of saran wrap and wrap it around the top of your head to contain the mayo.
Take a pre-heated towel from the dryer and wrap it around your head over the saran wrap. The heat will aid with deep conditioning. After about 10 minutes, change to another heated towel and leave that on for another 10 minutes.
Remove the towel and plastic wrap and shampoo your hair as usual. Done once a month, this cholesterol treatment will keep your hair soft and shiny.
* Tip: if your hair ends are very damaged from chemical treatment, you can do this once a week. If your scalp is naturally oily, you might want to only add mayo to the hair ends for weekly treatments.


Wednesday, December 3, 2008


So someone just e-mailed us something that made us pee in our chonies a little ;)
 These are images from HELLO KITTY FOR MAC...

Tuesday, December 2, 2008



RissRoser is not as good @ editing as Joser,

She tried. Enjoy.

Tips and Tricks: EYES

So we all have our favorite tips and tricks... thought we'd share ours... SPREAD THE LOVE!

  • ALWAYS use a primer base under your eye make-up!!! Bases serve many purposes when prepping the lids. They insure a smooth and even application and prevent creasing throughout the day. Bases are also great to neutralize red and blue undertones of the eyelids.
  • Eyes first, Foundation second. Doing your eye make-up first allows you to clean up any fallout under the eyes and cheeks. Super important when doing a dark smoky eye. Nobody wants Raccoon eyes.

  • Tap off excess eye shadow from your brush before you apply it on your lids. Tapping prevents over-application and fallout on.
  • Looking for a quick smoky eye? Try using a Kohl liner all over the lid. Set it with a darker powder eye shadow. Then buff a neutral color into the crease to eliminate that any harsh lines. Finish the look by rimming the kohl on the bottom lash line and waterline if desired.

 (MAC Prunella eye khol set with Shadowy Lady shadow. Buffed with Haux shadow in the crease) 
  • Brighten your eyes by rimming your waterline with a white khol eye pencil or use a highlighter on the inner corner.
  • Made a mess with your mascara? Wait until it dries then buff or flake it off. 
  • If you fill in your brows remember to stick with a brow pencil or matte shadow that closely matches the color of your brows. A color that is too dark can make you appear older and hardens the frame of the face. NO BUENO! And dont forget those brow gels too! They make the best of sparse brows.

(Aleese using Lingering Brow Pencil from MAC)
  • Lacking LASHES?! Try a lash primer under your mascara. A primer helps build and thicken your own natural lashes. It also conditions the lashes and keeps mascara from flaking throughout the day. if you've ever struggled with false lashes opt for corner lashes instead. Corner lashes are great for beginners and look amazing on. You can also cut a full band of lashes in half and apply half at a time.

(winged-liner and corner lashes give you instant "bedroom eyes")

What are YOUR FAV tips and tricks for doing your eyes?! WE'RE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR NEW TIPS AND TRICKS!


Monday, December 1, 2008

HoW MUCH wood could a woodchuck CHUCK?

So...i realize that this blog might be sucking the big toe, but I promise it will get better. Things in my lif are kinda going bananas right now, so its hard for me to think. ya know, A.D.D. it kinda kicks in when I got shit goin on. ANYWays what did you all ask santa for christmas. Omg btw i went to get a P.O. BOX today and that shit was $20 a month. Psssshhh. Do I really need it? OH and before I forget, remember when I was at Josers house and had that contest? LET ME KNOW if you won. OMG i was kinda on the intoxicated side, and got things all mixed up. HOLLER AT ME PLAYER. I think this is it for now. BTW, im getting a camera this week! So excited.