Finding Your Perfect Colors

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Finding Your Perfect Colors

When you start wearing makeup, it can be easy to get sidetracked with cool lip colors, glittery eye shadows, and a world of blush choices. However, not every color or sheen will work with your skin tone. For example, I have incredibly fair skin, and warm tones make me look like I have been playing in my mom's makeup. I want you to be able to look and feel your best, which is why this blog is dedicated to cosmetics and hygiene. After all, it might look easy, but makeup is a lot more difficult to apply than most people realize.


Six Hot Weather Makeup Tips You Should Know About

Now that spring has finally made an appearance, you're undoubtedly looking forward to enjoying some warm weather for a change. After all, it's been a rough winter in many parts of the country. If you're like most people, you've probably got some events such as weddings, parties, and barbecues to attend this summer, and perhaps you'll be enjoying a vacation at some sun-splashed resort, a national park, or another fabulous place. Read More 

Time To Go Green? How To Gonatural With Your Skin Care Routine

If you've decided to choose a healthier, greener lifestyle, make sure that choice includes your skin care products. You might not realize this, but those skincare products could contain a myriad of chemicals that are being absorbed into your skin. Not only are those chemicals bad for your skin, but they're also bad for your body. Once they're absorbed into skin, they make their way right into your bloodstream. You can protect your skin and your body by choosing natural skin care products. Read More 

Is Microblading Your Eyebrows For You?

Eyebrows frame the face, making them one of the most important facial features. If your eyebrows don't suit your other features, it can totally change your appearance. Lately, you may have been considering microblading, a new trend in cosmetics. This guide will help you determine if microblading is a good choice for you. What Is Microblading? Microblading is a process that uses a series of needles that allow pigment to seep into the eyebrows, creating a full appearance. Read More 

5 Ways To Limit Bruising After Botox

Following Botox treatments, bruising is possible. The bruising typically goes away after a few days. You can lower your risk of experiencing bruising by taking certain precautions before and after the treatment. Here are some tips for pre- and post-care.  Avoid Blood Thinners Blood thinners can increase the chances that you experience bruising after Botox treatments. Blood thinners can include over-the-counter medications, such as aspirin, vitamin E, and ibuprofen. Alcohol is also a blood thinner that should be avoided. Read More