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Tracie Rosales has always loved fashion and make-up. After graduating from college, Tracie went to National Makeup Academy, and then to M.A.C. school. After moving to Northern Virginia with her husband, she decided to start her own company “Makeup Artistry by Tracie”.

In the four years that Makeup Artistry by Tracie has been a company, it has been honored with several awards and milestones. In 2007, The Washington Mystics (WNBA) invited Tracie to participate in events and do the girls' makeup, which she does every year. In 2008, MABT was invited to the White House’s staff appreciation day, to speak about skin care and makeup. MABT was also honored by winning the 2008 Home Based Business of the Year. In 2009 Makeup Artistry by Tracie was featured in Northern Virginia Magazine as Best Makeup Application. Tracie volunteers for charities such as The Loudoun Small Business Development Center, Arthritis Foundation, Nationals Incorporated Pageants, Active Girlz, and The Soldiers Angels Foundation.

Homemade Apple Hair Mask For Healthy Hair This Fall

Homemade apple hair mask

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Fall scents are everywhere and one that I love is the fresh apple smell. The change of seasons does affect our skin as well as scalp. The fresh scents at the Farmers Market reminded me of a fabulous homemade hair mask that is so easy and works so well, I thought I would share it. This mask will help with dry-scalp problems and revive dry hair.


  • 2 Large apples
  • 2 Tablespoons apple cider vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
  • 1 Tablespoon corn flour


Peel, Core and grate the apples. Once grated combine with the other ingredients and mix well.  Spread the mixture over dry, unwashed hair and let sit for 20 minutes. Rinse the mask off.

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