Natural face masks can be made with ingredients already in your refrigerator or pantry or bulk supplies from your local health food store. Choose the right natural face mask recipes for your skin type and plan a relaxing spa evening. Using a face mask suited to your skin regularly can improve the overall appearance of your skin, preventing dryness, redness and reducing breakouts. Save yourself the money on expensive masks made from chemicals derived from natural ingredients and simply make your own.
Crow's feet and laugh lines are endearing terms to describe what are more commonly known as eye wrinkles. Eye wrinkles can result from many different factors---often a combination of factors. Determining the main culprit in any given individual is difficult. Most likely, the causes of eye wrinkles vary from person to person. All people, though, regardless of age and ethnicity, eventually succumb to eye wrinkles.
When it comes to makeup, there are times when natural and glowing are the way to go, and then there are times that call for a little drama. It doesn't take a professional stylist to add some sex appeal to your usual makeup routine. Try these easy tips to glam up your look.
There are tons of facial mask products on the market, but you probably already have everything you need to make a facial mask at home. Basic ingredients from your kitchen are the core of easy recipes for facial masks. These masks are often better than the commercially prepared ones, because they are free of the chemicals, preservatives and fillers that can clog pores or irritate skin.
Several decades ago, there were no makeups formulated specifically for African-American women. Fortunately, times have changed. Due to the pioneering efforts of supermodel Iman, who spent years comparing, creating and testing color palettes that complemented darker skin, there is now a wide array of products on the market for African-American women. With a few basic guidelines, you can achieve a look that is glowing and beautiful.
Throughout history, women have used face masks to revitalize their complexions and produce a natural glow. Fortunately, you probably already own many of the ingredients that are the basis for making an all-natural, homemade face mask. Your concoction has the added benefit of being free of the additives, fillers, fragrances, artificial colors and chemicals that many drugstore and designer brands of face masks contain, all of which can irritate rather than soothe skin. For best results, use a face mask once a week in addition to vitamin E for moisturizing or witch hazel for toning.
You know you shouldn't keep mascara for more than three months; it rarely lasts that long, anyway. Also, your favorite eyeshadow isn't around long enough to need an expiration date. But have you considered your makeup brushes? Good-quality brushes can last for years, which is wonderful on the budget; it can be awful for your complexion, however, if you don't wash them regularly and allow that accumulated dirt and bacteria to go right back on your skin every time you apply powder.
Achieving beautiful skin takes a little work. Here's a skin playbook just for Modern Moms! Follow these "plays" and you'll be on your way to glowing healthy skin!
The first step is using the necessary products to prep your skin for perfection!!
Summer is here, the sun is beckoning and while I love summer and all that goes with it, I sometimes don't want to walk around in that bathing suit all day long. So why not wear that perfect cover-up over your bathing suit? You can have that fashionable I ...
In 1978, Foreigner had a fever of 103. Something tells me they were not talking about the cause of ACNE when they asked you to "feel the fever burning inside of me." Their fever was sexy. ACNE: Not so sexy. Blemishes are not only unsightly but ding our self ...