Eyes are one area where a girl can get really funky, but there’s something to be said about coordinating your color palette with the hues of your irises.
It’s one thing to want to look like the queen of the jungle with an enviable Amazonian tan, but no one wants to emulate the zebras or tigers who make such a stunning addition to the landscape otherwise. So what’s a gal to do?
In this week’s pro video tutorial, Beauty Bridge makeup artist Erica Carr walks through tips and tricks for bold lips!
Between products that are designed especially for your face and skincare treatments made for the body, it’s easy to forget your neck and decollete region. This, in fact, may be one of the biggest beauty mistakes women can make, according to Allure.com.
As they comprise the lower half of our bodies, it’s all too easy to neglect our legs as we get ready in the morning. Often covered by tights or pants, legs get treated to a sort of “out of sight, out of mind” policy – that is, until, the summertime rolls around.
That’s right – we’re talking clutch, not purse – the famed fashion accessory that’s designed especially for formal occasions, and as such, requires a different set of tools than the ones you carry with you on a day-to-day basis.
Ever wondered how those contestants always looked so flawless on Dancing With the Stars? The answer isn’t airbrushing – Melanie Mills, the show’s head makeup artist, told BellaSugar.com the real deal when it comes to making up those tiny dancers.
We’re confident most of you wouldn’t douse your teeth in Clorox to attain the perfect shade of whiteness, but it’s always useful to know what to look for in specially-formulated teeth-whitening systems.
We’re willing to bet that more women suffer from oily skin at the end of the day than those who actually come stocked to handle these issues. Beyond preaching to all of you about the importance of carrying face wipes around, we thought some of you would enjoy this handy little trick.
You can’t win ’em all, but plenty of surveys have shown that most people tend to gravitate toward women with natural-looking makeup. It’s the guideline, after all, when dressing to impress for a job interview, and this is one thing that seems to be fairly universal.
Lest you thought that all of your cosmetics belonged on your vanity table or in your bathroom cabinet, we encourage you to think again. Some of the most vital beauty fixes are things you would normally find in your kitchen, lending true meaning to the old adage – “you are what you eat.”