Everyone wants the doe eyes. What most of us get is the regular Joe eyes.
Let’s start with the oldest trick in the book.
Winter is well-known for wreaking havoc on our skin. The cold and the wind dry and chap our faces, causing flakiness, dullness, redness, irritation, and more. Here are some tips to ensure that the transition from fall to winter is easy on your skin.
There are obvious reasons to avoid stress, as it can do some serious damage to your body.
A long, complicated makeup routine can really throw a dent in your morning, so it’s important to change things up once in a while to make sure you’re making the most of your time.
Emmy-winning makeup artist Kevin James Bennett recently opened up about some of his skincare and makeup tips that can have you looking youthful while making smart investments.
When you go out for a round of drinks with your girlfriends, the last thing on your mind is likely the signs of aging on your face.
You might already have plenty of makeup and Dermablend concealer for spring, but who says you need to use it all to look fabulous?
From penetrating blasts of cold air to frigid nights that rob your complexion of all its moisture, the winter season can be brutal on skin.
According to Glamour magazine’s beauty blog, speeding through a skincare regimen is one of the biggest – and most common – beauty faux pas around!
Are you one of those people who starts getting red and blotchy whenever you’re hot and flustered?
Finding the perfect present for a loved one can sometimes leave you scratching your head until the very last minute. If you still need a gift for your mom, sister or best friend, why not put together a winter beauty survival kit?
While most gals are prone to the occasional pimple, it seems that breakouts are more common during a woman’s period. According to StyleList.com, many experts recommend switching up your skincare routine during your cycle as the chemistry of your skin changes.