DIY Summer Beauty for Every Boudoir Babe!

Summer is the perfect season for fun DIY projects! The weather is hot and your hair and skin could use a little extra TLC with all the swimming and suntanning you have been doing. Plus, it's always fun to have an activity to do outside. So grab a few girlfriends, make a few Boudoir Babe cocktails and get crafty! Your hair and skin will thank you :)

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Coffee Mud Mask Recipe: 4 tbsps. bentonite clay 2 tbsps. coffee grounds 2- 5 tbsps. apple cider vinegar (can be substituted for water)

In a small bowl add clay, coffee grounds and mix until incorporated, add 1-2 tbsps. apple cider vinegar to mixture and mix, if the mixture is to thick and more vinegar until it thins out. Smear over face in a circular motion and let it set for 5-10 minutes or until the mask hardens. Rinse mud from face and add a light layer of lotion to face, to prevent drying.

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Sugar Scrub

1 Cup Of Brown Sugar 1 Cup Olive Oil ½ Cup of Avocado Mashed

Mix all ingredients thoroughly and apply to body in the shower. Rinse.

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 How to make your own Rosewater!

Steep one packed cup of organic rose petals in two cups of distilled steaming-hot (but not boiling) water until it reaches room temperature, before straining out the petals. Pour the remaining rose water into a mist bottle and Voila!

Rose Water Leave On Conditioner Spray

2 ounces of your favorite conditioner (lightweight is best) 4 ounces rosewater 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar

Pour all ingredients into the bottle and shake well. The vinegar will add a little shine and help keep the bottle from clogging.

Rosewater Toner

4 ounces distilled water 2 ounces witch hazel 2 ounces rosewater 1 tablespoon lemon juice

Simply pour all four ingredients into a bottle and shake it well before each use, applying the mixture to my skin twice a day.

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Avocado Banana Hair Mask

1/2 Avocado mashed 1/2 Banana mashed 1 Egg Beaten 2 tbs. Olive Oil

Puree avocado and banana in a bowl until there are no clumps present. Add in beaten egg with olive oil and mix thoroughly. Apply to dry hair and leave in for 15-20 minutes. Rinse with COLD water (warm or hot water will cook the egg - and egg is really hard to get out of your hair) wash hair with shampoo. Repeat shampoo if needed.

XO Calie & Sarina