Which tip will become part of your summer routine?
- Elizabeth ~Love of beauty is taste. Creation of beauty is art.~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
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I like to use a milk mask to cool off during the summer. It's very simple and refreshing! You just need two things: milk and some cotton pads.
To learn how to use a milk mask, you can read about it on my wordpress site: Ziba By Nature .
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Report This| Share this:Share Your 4th of July Beauty Tips - Cool, Comfortable I like to use a milk mask to cool off during the summer. <br />It's very simple and refreshing! You just need two things: milk and some cotton pads. <br /><br />To learn how to use a milk mask, you can read about it on my wordpress site: <a rel="nofollow" href="http://zibabynature.wordpress.com/2012/06/27/a-simple-and-fabulous-skin-pick-me-up-from-the-kitchen/">Ziba By Nature</a> .
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