10 Beauty Blog Post Ideas to Inspire You

You have tons of beauty secrets to share and lots of great products to review, but how do you create an eye-catching graphic that makes your audience come back for more? The Polyvore community is full of ideas for inspiring, creative beauty blog posts. Check out these 10 fresh, easy ideas.
  • make-up must haves
    "Blogger Julie Sarinana of Sincerely Jules used a photo of herself to illustrate her everyday look. She also used the text tool to create captions. Check out her post: http://www.sincerelyjules.com/2012/05/make-up-wear.html" — @polyvorebloggernetwork
  • Fall's Hues: brown, rose petal pink, plum, and nude
    "Amanda created a complete fall look, including hair products. She also used a color block on the top of the set to create a unified look. See her post: http://amandasphotogarden.blogspot.com/2011/08/fall-hues-brown-rose-petal-pink-plum.html" — @polyvorebloggernetwork
  • Без названия
    "One bold color from the runway can inspire a whole look. Find a lip shade or eye shadow color to create an entire ensemble and an impactful, monochromatic graphic." — @polyvorebloggernetwork
  • Ashley Olsen MakeUp
    "You can best illustrate how to apply a look using face charts. You can find lots of face chart graphics in this Face Chart collection http://www.polyvore.com/cgi/collection?id=1611983" — @polyvorebloggernetwork
  • 5 Minute Makeover with Celebrity Makeup Artist Beau Nelson
    "Your readers will love tips on how to create a look in just five to ten minutes, like this “5 Minute Makeover” post by celebrity makeup artist Beau Nelson." — @polyvorebloggernetwork
  • hair chains
    "Lush to Blush found photos of hair chains on the runway and polled her readers about the look. She used the color block tool (you can adjust the transparency of the color block). Her post: http://lushtoblush.com/2012/05/15/hair-chains-love-it-or-leave-it/" — @polyvorebloggernetwork
  • Spring 2012 Hair Trends
    "Instead of showing the finished look, take some step-by-step photos and arrange them like this adorable “Style It Spring” post to show your readers how you created your look." — @polyvorebloggernetwork
  • bobby pins
    "Visual repetition creates a powerful impact on your readers. Check out Amarie Beauty's post about these cute bobby pins: http://amariebeauty.blogspot.com/2012/03/my-favorite-hair-tool-to-rescue.html" — @polyvorebloggernetwork
  • tools'n'tresses
    "What makes one gift guide stand out from the rest? Find a specific theme that your readers will find useful. Check out Lara's post: http://theglossarie.com/2011/12/12/pretty-gifty-tools-tresses/" — @polyvorebloggernetwork
  • Romantic runway waves
    "Sometimes it just takes a few key elements to tease your readers to read more of your post." — @polyvorebloggernetwork

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