DIY Sweat-Proof Makeup

You may have thought that by the year 2013, with 3D televisions and cars that park themselves, the issue of melting makeup would be obsolete. Alas, there are a few things technology is not able to fix (yet). Luckily NYC-based makeup artist Josephine K. has some tips to keep us from throwing in the towel. When it comes to making your makeup sweat-proof, you can prep for the perspiration or run with it either.

1: Prep for the sweat. 2: Run with it. With hot summer days ahead, at some point most of us have to simply accept that a little sweat is inevitable. With that said, a blotting tissue for your face is always essential. Quick Tip: forgot to pack them? Josephine recommends working with what you have rather than trying to hide it. Are you experiencing a Suggestion to share Quick? Comment below or tweet us your tip @makeupdotcom!

At Zilker Botanical Garden, several grow in the Green I’ve and Garden seen White Beautyberries on the market at nurseries. I love them and more importantly, the birds like them, however the purple has my heart. Additionally, deer favour the leaves, so Beautyberry is not a good plant if you share your garden space with those particular mammals. I said it was a good wildlife vegetable, didn’t I?

After the inevitable freeze, the berries (if birds have left any) shrivel up. Also, after the first hard freeze, the foliage of the Beautyberry will turn yellow and drop. The Beautyberry remains bare of leaves and (usually) of berries throughout winter. This specimen is my original flower. It’s about eighteen years old and began declining about a year ago.

The branches died, one at a time, and I’ve prune most of them off. ….next to the initial. The brand new Beautyberry has the high stem which towers within the the original, which is significantly shorter and with fewer branches. …but the new Beautyberry didn’t, though it bloomed in early summer. Additionally new specimen in my front garden, I planted another in the trunk garden.

…and the Beautyberry in the front receives dappled light the majority of the day, is blasted by the last of the western world sun then. The ground where it resides dries through the summer months out. I hand-watered when the Beautyberry looked pathetic and it’s weathered its first summer well. The trunk Beautyberry is situated in generally moist dirt, because of tone and the clay content of the soil.

I think that explains the difference in fruits production because of this year, though I expect both shrubs will produce berries as the vegetation mature and the roots create themselves similarly. According the the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center’s page on American Beautyberry, this shrub prefers a moist, bottomland type of soil, but I’ve seen them planted in a variety of situations. Beautyberries thrive in either sun or tone and varying earth types, but are drought tolerant partly or shade tone, requiring more irrigation with an increase of sun exposure.

Beautyberry is versatile. My father expands a huge one in Corpus Christi, in full sunlight, in sand. He irrigates more than I do. Once spring temperatures warm and the times lengthen, fresh, new leaves emerge. …they grow quickly with their full size. These photos show the planted Beautyberries from last spring newly, but established Beautyberry shrubs leaf out similarly. The leaves grow large, are thin than thick rather, and are light, bright green in color. They form opposing from one another and are slightly serrated.

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The leaves reportedly include a chemical which repels insects from people and livestock. I haven’t examined that by crushing a leaf and distributing it on my epidermis, but I should, as there are many mosquitos in the gardens. In May, the Beautyberry starts blossoming for approximately six weeks with delicate pink bouquets.

…and as the plants fade, the green fruits develop. The green berries stick to the main stem throughout summer months. Those are some crimson berries! I confess that I get annoyed in those years when the birds snarf the berries within weekly or two of the fantastic Purpling. I wish they’d leave them, a little longer just, for me to take pleasure from.