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Monthly Archives: November 2016

Weird Things That Can Give You Amazing Skin

Honey This sweet, sticky substance is so good for your skin, it’s kind of crazy. It’s extremely soothing to all skin types and its natural antibacterial properties make it the perfect non-drying spot treatment for breakouts. (Just make sure not to get your hair caught in it.) For best results, go for raw or unpasteurized honey rather than the stuff that comes in a container shaped like a bear. Eggs We don’t recommend that you eat raw eggs (salmonella!), but you should definitely put them on your face. They’re gross to deal with, but an egg white mask is totally worth the effort thanks to the nourishing, toning protein content.
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MSC is Donation Site for Toys for Tots

WOODBURY, Minn. (Nov. 11, 2016) – The Minnesota School of Cosmetology (MSC) is teaming up with the Salvation Army to help make sure children have a great Christmas this year. Both MSC locations (Plymouth & Woodbury) are officially donation sites for this year’s Toys for Tots campaign. Bring in a new unwrapped toy for children and receive $5 off any one service (not including packages and not combinable with any other coupons or discounts.) Discount offer good through Nov. 30, toy donations still accepted through Dec. 21. As always, thanks for helping us give back to our community! We appreciate your help!! Need information about becoming a family that receives
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Gory Makeup at MSC-Plymouth

On Tuesday, Oct. 18, Minnesota School of Cosmetology – Plymouth students got into the Halloween spirit and used makeup to create realistic-looking wounds. These illusions are quick, inexpensive, and a great way to make Halloween a little bit scarier. The supplies we used to create our wounds were: – Liquid Latex (we got ours here) – Makeup Set (red, yellow, purple, and black – we got ours here) – Liquid Blood (we got ours here) – Corn Flakes Directions to create a gory makeup wound: 1. Use makeup to map out an area of where you want your wound/scar to be. 2. Smooth a layer of liquid latex over the
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