Tips On How To Use Aveda Products To Their Full Potential

Aveda's eye shadows

Aveda products are designed to be multifunctional, yet few people know the different ways they can use what’s already in their bathroom cabinets. We’ve chosen three of our most popular products and given you tips on how to make them more useful than ever.

** stars indicate which functions are Parlor’s tips to you

Beautifying Composition Oil:

The Beautifying Composition oil already has a laundry list of functions on its label, but there are a few that were left out. Below is a comprehensive list of how the product (to our knowledge) can be used: Beautifying Composition Oil

  • Add moisture to dry skin
  • Bath nourishing oil
  • Condition cuticles
  • Scalp treatment (wash out of hair after applying)      
  • Sleeping aroma
  • Massage Oil
  • Makeup remover **
  • Add composition oil to Aveda’s foundation to create a dewy sheen for a spring or summer look **

Air Control:

The Air Control hairspray by Aveda is their low-hold formula. It’s one of the most popular products sold at Parlor because it doesn’t create a stiff, crisp texture like most hairsprays. 3 air control

  • Flexible hair hold
  • Volumizing
  • Decreases static (for when your dress won’t stop sticking to your legs or tights) **
  • Eyebrow Mascara (spray air control onto comb and brush eyebrows to create a fuller look, hairspray holds eyebrows in place) **

 

Aveda Eye Shadow:

The Aveda Eye Shadows come in nineteen different natural hues that are made from a combination of flowers extracts and wax. The eye shadows are crease resistant and blend well with different skin tones. Here are a few ways to use the product beyond daily makeup use:

  • Mix product with Aveda’s eye shadow transformer to create a liquid eyeliner **
  • Rub eye shadow into hair to create a natural hair chalk, non-permanent color **

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