If you have big plans to go out this weekend, you might be looking for a fresh and exciting way to spruce up your favorite outfit. Fortunately, several high-class fashion designers and makeup companies have you covered, and you will not have to spend a fortune to acquire one of the hottest accessory trends for 2013. Instead of struggling to find the perfect piece of jewelry to wear around your neck or wrist, you can use a designer temporary tattoo instead.
Brazilian waxing is probably one of the most popular pubic hair removal techniques at this moment. It is one of the many types of bikini waxing and its main characteristic that makes it stand out is that it removes all the hair down there, back and front, as opposed to other styles that leave a small strip or take off only the bikini line. Other popular types of bikini waxes are French waxing and American waxing. Read the rest of this entry »
When a teenager has spots it’s an utterly unpleasant situation for them but it is even more frustrating when spots refuse to disappear after you’ve outgrown the typical age of their occurrence. Often it is combined with frequent blushing or permanent redness of the face. There is an abundance of dermatological creams promising fast ways to improve customer satisfaction and solve these problems, but unfortunately are not quick fixes and dermatologists consider them a means of preventing the problem from getting worse. Read the rest of this entry »
Although pregnancy is known to be a beautiful thing, we don’t always feel so beautiful. It is common for a woman to feel self-conscious about the weight she’s putting on, about the acne that may be appearing, and all the other changes her body is going through. Read the rest of this entry »
We all know the saying that beauty is only skin deep. Of course, real beauty emanates from within, but taking good care of your skin can go a long way in making you look and feel better. For so many years women have done things that are really detrimental to the health and vitality of their skin in the name of looking better. Your skin is the largest organ in your body and needs to be treated right. Here are some tips to keep you skin looking healthy and beautiful for years to come. Read the rest of this entry »
You care about your appearance and want to keep yourself looking good. You feel better when you know that you are looking your best. Trying to stay on top of your appearance while keeping all the other areas of your life in balance can be a chore sometimes. If you are working hard at your career, raising kids, or both, it can be hard trying to put any energy at all toward your appearance. It’s never easy to find time to do the little things that can make a big difference. Here are 5 quick and easy tips to help you keep up with your beauty regimen. Read the rest of this entry »
Working with major skincare line, you often receive a multi-step skincare program. You have a makeup remover, an exfoliator, a cleanser, and a toner. There’s the day cream and the night serum. It all adds up to a very complete skincare program, but it may actually be undermining the health of your skin if you have a sensitive complexion. Read the rest of this entry »
As you age, keeping your skin looking smooth and young is important. However, as your skin gets older, it dries out and has a tendency to get wrinkled. To keep that plump and smooth look that preserves youthfulness, you need to make a few changes to your skincare routine. Read the rest of this entry »
Ahh—the long days of summer. Basking in the sun and surf, hanging out with friends, hiking, swimming, what could be better? Nothing, as long as you are taking care of your skin in the process. Summer brings exposure to all sorts of elements, sun, wind and water, that are fun to enjoy, but can be damaging to your skin. Here are some tips to keep your skin glowing all summer long.
Exfoliate! Use an exfoliating scrub to slough off those dead skin cells. When those cells accumulate, they give your skin a dull look, and they can block pores, causing blackheads and pimples.
Moisturize. Just because it’s hot outside and you’re sweating, it doesn’t mean that you can ignore this step. Your skin needs moisture, and you need to provide it daily. You may want to use a lighter moisturizer than you do in the winter, but don’t go without it all together.
Shaving. Summer legs, arms and bikini areas mean lots of shaving. Try pulling your skin taut as you shave it (particularly along the bikini line) to help prevent bumps. Also, don’t use plain-old soap to shave with. It’s better and more soothing to your skin to use a shaving gel made especially for that purpose. Gels that contain soothing aloe or moisturizers can be particularly good. In winter, you may be able to get away with shaving every-other-day, but in the summer, it’s a good idea to get out your razor every day.
Wear Sunscreen. You’ve heard it a million times, but that’s because it’s true! Wearing sunscreen (and plenty of it) helps ward off damage caused by the sun. Damage that leads to wrinkles and cancer, neither of which are pretty.
Get a Fake Glow. Since you are (of course!) wearing sunscreen, it’s a little more difficult to achieve that summer glow. That’s where tanning creams come in. Tanning creams have come a long way, and it’s much easier now to find a natural-looking, non-staining formula. Using tanning cream regularly will make your skin look better and help you resist the urge to go out without sunscreen.
Enjoy that summer sun, but take care of your skin—it’s the only one you’ve got!