Tired of the constant expense of disposable razors, the pain of knicks and cuts, and the constant acrobatic display of flexibility while shaving in a tiny shower?
There’s no surefire way to fight signs of aging, but you can certainly embrace a few best practices that should help you look and feel your best.
If you have experience, knowledge and a great work ethic, you shouldn’t have much to worry about when it comes to nailing an interview, but how can you seal the deal?
Known not-so-affectionately as peach fuzz, this embarrassing body hair is the dread of many women, even if it’s barely noticeable.
Zoom Hey Gorgeous, Miss a Spot? Regularly applying sunscreen will keep you from looking like a human lobster. It is also reduces the possibility of wrinkles later on down the line. Sometimes, despite your diligence, a few places can get passed over. Here are some commonly missed spots that you seriously don’t want to burn! […]
Have you ever noticed tiny little bumps on the backs of your arms?
Five Steps for perfect pedicure:
1) Soak: Add essentials oils to water for an at-home spa experience.
2) Scrub: Slough off those rough spots with a sugar or salt-based exfoliant.
3) Trim & file: Clip toenails straight across, then smooth the edges with a nail file.
4) Moisturize & Massage: Giving your feet a mini-massage will relax your feet and reduce swelling.
5) Polish: After applying a basecoat, swipe polish center, left and right.
For many people, Memorial Day marks the beginning of the summer season, which means you might soon be gearing up for barbecues, beach outings, poolside gatherings or other warm-weather activities. Because you’ll likely be showing off more skin, it might be necessary to update your beauty regimen to ensure that you’re looking your best. Here […]
Antioxidants are key ingredients that fight the signs of aging. Products containing the following ingredients are your first line of defense; Caffiene, Olive Leaf, Mallow Flower, Avocado Oil, Acai Berry.
If you’re prone to breakouts, you might think that the best approach to getting rid of them is using products to spot-treat the affected areas.