Puffiness can be the result of fluid retention in the tissue under the eyes, which may be exacerbated by eating processed foods with high sodium content, as well as by dehydration. The inflammation under the skin could also be due to an allergic reaction, perhaps to a fragrance in a skin care, cosmetic, or household… Continue reading How-To Combat Puffiness!!!
A lifeless, dull complexion can be due to a lack of exfoliation: the dead-skin-cell layer is covering the fresh skin underneath. Internally, it can be an indicator of dehydration, lack of sleep, lack of exercise, or possibly a vitamin deficiency. What You Can Do: As we get older, our skin does not renew itself as… Continue reading How-To Battle Dull Skin!!!
Beginning the morning with perfectly applied makeup only to glance in the mirror at lunchtime to see a shiny face and half the makeup smudged away, it has all happened to the best of us! This is because our pores naturally release oils, which keep our skin from drying out. This is great, but sometimes… Continue reading Top 10 Tips for Tackling Shine
The appearance of puffiness is most often due to the swelling of tissues around the eyes. It is often caused by: Too much sleep (or not enough sleep) Fluid retention Excess salt intake Pregnancy, which often causes edema Alcohol and Tobacco consumption Thyroid disease There is another type of puffiness, which is caused by loose… Continue reading Puffy Eyes Tips & Tricks!!!!
Traditional cleansers may not get skin 100% clean if you wear full-coverage foundation or SPF 45 (or higher) sunscreen. Try a cleansing oil. Massage it over dry skin to dissolve hard-to-remove products (waterproof). After, use a regular cleanser to wash your face. If you have dry skin that is flaky, try changing up your routine… Continue reading Makeup Artist Skin Care Beauty Secrets!!!
Normal - Even complexion; small pores, few breakouts Oily - All over shine; large pores; frequent blemishes. Fewer lines and wrinkles. Dry - Small pores; face frequently feels tight. Cheeks and/or chin can become flaky and dry. Combination - Oily T-Zone; cheeks are normal to dry. Breakouts on chin, nose, cheeks, and forehead. Sensitive -… Continue reading Different Skin Types – What’s Yours????
Cleanse - A gentle facial cleanser will remove makeup, oils, dirt, and anything else your skin has picked up throughout the day. Apply all over your face and neck, leave to absorb for half a minute or so, then remove with cotton wool pads or rinse well with warm water. Tone - A toner softens,… Continue reading Skincare Routine for all Skin Types!!!
You already know how damaging the sun can be on your skin, and that you need to protect yourself with sunscreen. But what if you happen to look and feel better with a tan? The solution is self-tanner. Today's formulas are so easy to use and natural looking, there's no excuse for baking on… Continue reading Self-Tanning Tips!!!
A.M. Routine for Oily Skin Wash your face with a foaming gel cleanser. Apply toner using a cotton ball or pad. (You can skip this step and use only in the evening if you like.) Moisturize with an oil-free lotion. Use eye cream. Apply an oil-free sunscreen 15 to 30 minutes before leaving the house.… Continue reading A.M. & P.M. Basic Skincare Routine for Oily Skin!!!!
Skincare Routine For Dry Skin A.M. Splash your face with lukewarm water, moisturize with a lotion or cream, depending on your preference and level of dryness. Follow with eye cream. Apply sunscreen 15 to 30 minutes before leaving your house. P.M. Wash your face with a creamy cleanser that does not foam. If this isn't… Continue reading A.M. & P.M. Basic Skincare Routine for Dry Skin!!!