I suffer from Milia (small bumps under the skin) and so I have a couple of small red scars under my eye area. I started to use this mask and began to see results fairly quickly. Please note, this may not work for everyone and should not be used too often. Lemon juice can lighten… Continue reading DIY: Coconut Oil Face Mask (For All Skin Types)
If you really went all out the night before and didn't get any sleep, you're going to need something more than the hacks I suggested. Let's get into some great under-eye tricks and a few natural remedies to make it easier to erase your lack of sleep. Red Lipstick and Concealer - It sounds weird, but… Continue reading How-To Cheat Sleep Beauty Hacks!!!
Layering is applying eyeshadow on a gradient, with the lightest shadow color under the brow bone and the darkest color along the lash line. This technique is great for any makeup novice and essential for people with mono-lids as well as thin-lids. You can layer up to four shades, ending with a layer of… Continue reading Eyeshadow Techniques: Layering Eyeshadow!!!
The term 'skin type' refers to two things: how much sebum your skin produces, and where this sebum is most heavily produced. But our skin changes - greasy one day and dry the next. It's under constant attack from internal factors like fluctuating hormones and poor diet, which lead to oiliness and spots, and from… Continue reading All About Your Skin Type: How-To & Tips and Tricks!!!
Cheek Using a highlighting product, or a light eyeshadow works just as well, apply it in a thin line along the top of your cheekbone. Blend it upwards and over the top of your eyebrow, in a "C" shape. This technique defines your cheeks and is what is now commonly referred to as the "JLo Glow".… Continue reading Highlight Basics For Beginners!!!
Cheek Using the tip of your blush brush, apply a sheer amount of your darker color just slightly above the cheek hollow, starting from the hairline and blending it down around your cheek. You want to create a shadow here. Jaw To create a more defined jawline, go ahead and apply the darker color along… Continue reading Contour Basics for Beginners!!!
Rosacea is an area of redness on the skin. It most commonly occurs in the cheek area and across the nose, as well as the chin and sometimes the forehead. A lot of women develop slight cases of rosacea after they start having "their own private summers," due to the hormonal changes of menopause. Some… Continue reading All About Rosacea!!!
Every couple of weeks, set aside a bit of time to give yourself a relaxing salon-style facial at home. It'll help keep skin deep-down clean and super soft. Smooth your skin with cleansing cream, gentle soap, or a facial wash. Leave it on for one or two minutes to give it time to dissolve grime… Continue reading How To Give Yourself A Mini Facial!!!
Dark Circles Since the skin in this area is thinner, dilated blood vessels become more apparent. We tend to notice dark circles more when we don't get enough sleep, which causes the skin to appear paler and the pigment underneath more visible. Dark circles can also be a result of inflammation in the sinus cavity.… Continue reading What You Can Do For Dark Circles!!!
Different hairstyles suit different face shapes. The four main face shapes are Oval, Round, Heart-Shaped, and Square. To figure out what shape your face is, pull all your hair back with a headband. Look in a mirror and trace around the outline of your face with a lipstick or eyeliner, onto the mirror (the sharp… Continue reading How to Figure Out Your Face Shape!!!