Hi, it's Linda from YouTips4U which is my channel on YouTube. Welcome to my blog where I share with you lots of tips and tricks on health, beauty, diet, fitness, and exercise to help you lead a better quality life.
Are you looking for something fun and festive to do for Valentine's Day? Well, I have the perfect idea for all you beauty lovers! How about doing some beautiful nail art on your fingernails. It's such a fun way to glam up your look and make a creative statement about your style. It's also a fun activity for get togethers with friends and birthday parties. I had a nail art and painting party for my daughter when she was 13 and 15 and it was a huge hit with everyone! The latest trend that is so popular right now is holographic foil nail art. You can learn how to do it in my latest YouTube video for Valentines Day.
Holo foils give your nails a beautiful and unique finish that you can't achieve with nail polish. They're super shiny, sparkly, and very reflective and they're sure to catch everyone's eye! I show you step by step how to apply them and give you lots of tips and tricks to achieve a beautiful manicure. Check out my video and let me know what you think in the comments below. You can purchase Foil Nail Art at: http://www.dollarnailart.com/catalog.html See the description box of my YouTube Video above for a coupon code for 15% off your order.
Did you know that you can actually affect the color of your skin by eating certain foods. Well it's true! By eating foods rich in beta carotene, you can give your skin a sun-kissed glow. Beta carotene that we eat in green, yellow, and orange fruits and vegetables and tomatoes is absorbed into our bodies and the excess gets deposited in the fatty layer under the skin. These foods give human skin it's color. This is a perfectly harmless affect and most often occurs in babies when they are introduced to orange fruits and vegetables. The orange fruits and vegetables are the ones that will give you your skin the most noticeable affect. Foods like cantaloupe, apricots, pumpkin, and carrots. I have found carrots to be the food that will affect your skin the most. Carrots give your skin an orangish glow, much like sitting in the sun does. It's not as dramatic an affect as sitting in the sun produces but there is a noticeable healthy tan glow that occurs and I have found through personal experience it occurs quickest with carrots. Cooked carrots appear to have the greatest affect on the skin. If you would like to include more carrots in your diet, I have an excellent recipe to share with you for a healthy carrot cake. It is my homemade recipe and it's super nutritious for you; very low in sugar and fat and it's full of fiber because it's whole grain.