When most of us think of oils, there’s no real desirable aesthetic that comes to mind – at least when it comes to our skin. Traditionally, skin is supposed to be dewy yet matte, and for those of us with over-active oil glands, there’s a whole gamut of products designed to help keep the shine at bay.
Wardrobes and makeup hues change with the seasons, and by all means, your fragrances should too! There’s no better time than the warm-weather seasons to break out a whole new palette of fresh, fruity spring and summertime scents.
Unless you’re lucky enough to be spending all day lounging beach or poolside, chances are you may run across the small (yet circumstantial) dilemma of when to apply sunscreen to your face.
The dreaded swimsuit season is upon us, and that means women everywhere are scrambling to get themselves into all kinds of shapes in order to flaunt their very best beach bod this season. So what’s on your to-do list?
Parabens, which are chemicals that are normally found in many mainstream cosmetics, are worrying plenty of consumers who believe there may be a possibility that they’re cancer-causing agents – an analysis of cancerous breast tissue found parabens mixed in with the sample.
If you thought coverage of the royal wedding would end on April 29, think again. Not only are dress makers now scrambling to imitate the jaw-dropping design Kate Middleton revealed on the much-awaited day, but commentary is pouring in regarding her choice to do her own wedding-day makeup (and the stunning results).
Mother’s Day is this weekend, and plenty of you probably still have to find something to give to the woman who gave you life.
When you were a little kid, before you could go frolic in the waves or in the park, your mother probably held you down while slathering you in sunscreen.
Different types of mascara purport different types of benefits – which type you choose depends on whether you want to lengthen, darken, thicken or curl yours.
Spring is here, which means it’s time to stuff those ratty old gloves and mittens into some half-forgotten drawer and start celebrating your hands again!