It’s an unfortunate fact of life that we’ve all been cursed with pores – they’re the bain of our lives, here to ruin our makeup! We spend waaay too much time thinking about cunning skincare regimes to get rid of…
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2017 has been the year of wacky nail trends, as more and more beauty enthusiasts are ditching traditional manis for quirky, alternative designs. Not only does the woman end up with a mini fish bowl on the end of her finger, but there’s a live fish in there as well. We were relieved to read that apparently no aquatic animals were harmed during the making of the video. More…….
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After years of being shunned by many beauty gurus in favour of liquid and foaming alternatives, right now bar soap is making a comeback as a facial cleanser. Our understanding of soap has evolved and many brands have moved away from including fragrances (which can dry the skin). Sam Bunting explains: “modern cleansing bars are formulated to maintain skin’s delicate acid mantle and those labelled noncomedogenic will be a safe bet for those with acne-prone skin.” A key thing to remember is to “avoid cleansing bars which are fragranced or which contain essential oils if your skin is sensitive or prone to redness. More…….
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Most of the time when people say that something is shifty…it’s not usually a good thing, but when you’re talking about the new Urban Decay Distortion Eyeshadow Palette ($49), being shifty is great.
Five “shifty” duo chrome shadows
New limited edition Distortion just landed at Urban Decay, and the kicker is that top row of pale pastel-looking eyeshadows — one, two, three, four, five.
They look pale pastel in the pans, but they’re actually duo chromes that change color in the light. They’re designed to be layered on top of the other 10 eyeshadows in the palette, the ones in the middle and bottom rows.
You can definitely also wear them on top of any other eyeshadows in your collection, too, because there’s no exclusive high-tech stuff happening here, LOL! (But wouldn’t it be kinda cool and sci-fi if there were, though? More…….
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Westerners expose their skin to harsh UV rays (natural or artificial) to get a tan, and risk skin cancer, while here they try to lighten their skins with hazardous creams containing dangerous dosages of mercury and hydroquinone. In the East white skin suggests “I’m not a farmer and have a chauffeur, so don’t get sun burnt walking around in the day, etc. In other words, I’m hi-so. observer90210 If it had arsenic in it, some would still use it, born in the wrong place maybe and forget beauty is not just skin deep. More…….
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I love a good DIY beauty project especially if it involves essential oils! DIY essential oil remedies fill our entire home. From DIY cleaner to soap to body scrubs and even this DIY all natural Strengthener and Conditioner Hair Mask. It’s wonderful for all hair types as it only includes gentle ingredients. The essential oils […]
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I’ve been a fan of cleansing oils for a while (see e.g. Cleansing Oil Reviews). I love how quickly they get rid of my make-up, and how they protect my dehydration-prone skin. But the tiny thing that annoys me a little about cleansing oils is that they can be a bit fiddly to get onto my…
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“Honey skin” is essentially dewy skin that glows — just like bee sap. Find out which Korean beauty products, recommended by K-beauty experts, you can use to achieve the effect, here. More…….
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Once upon a time, at a previous magazine where I was surrounded by beauty editors, we would engage in hourly face-misting breaks, during which one editor would spritz her face with a mist and promptly trigger a reaction of editors misting their faces in a row, like a chain of vain, skin-obsessed sneezes. And, as I later learned, it wasn’t because I was living in a constant state of stress (I mean, I was, but whatever), but because of my face mist. Yes, my glorious group of mists were actually drying out my skin, and it was all because of some very basic chemistry principles I promptly forgot after 10th grade: that water molecules attract water molecules, like sticky little magnets. More…….
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