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Jan 19

Makeup Mistakes to Avoid +Tips for a Flawless Face

By KellyWil

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Day time Makeup Right Into A Nighttime Seem Easily

A Compilation Of Tips On How To Stay Beautiful and avoid makeup mistakes

One can find a number of catch phrases about beauty. Beauty doesn't have to rely on your external physical appearance. For being truly beautiful, a person really should be not just physically attractive, but most likely present an attractive and pleasant character. While visual appearance may draw people in, inner qualities are what retain them there. It is possible to discover ways to indulge in all of your inner charm and beauty and style tips after reading this post.

In case you have a hard time taking your eyeliner to remain put, you can actually utilize eye-shadow once you use eyeliner. Make sure you carefully put your shadow over your eyeliner with a cotton ball. This tends to seal the application of eyeliner and it will stay longer but not run.

Before you go to bed, massage your eyebrows by using Vaseline. The Vaseline will certainly enhance the hair within your brows, which makes them appear shiny and a lot more noticeable. Just don't get the Vaseline on other parts of your face as it may cause acne breakouts.

Wash your face before going to sleep. This will remove all the impurities and dirt from the day. Use a makeup remover first, to remove your makeup, then use a face wash. If you don't cleanse your face before bed, your pores can get clogged and cause pimples or spots.



Sep 04

If You Always Fall Asleep In Your Makeup, Here’s What You Should Do The Next Morning

By Kelly Wilson

It doesn’t make much sense when I say it out loud, but taking off my makeup before bed feels like it requires more than double the amount of effort it takes to apply that morning. That being said, I’m not perfect, so even though I know better, there have been plenty of nights where I accidentally, and even purposely, neglected to take off my makeup. The (semi) good news? It happens! The bad news? It really shouldn’t.

On the surface, all you’ll see after a full night’s sleep and full face of makeup is a bit of smearing here, there, and raccoon eyes blinking back at you in the mirror. Unfortunately, though, looks can be deceiving, and what appears to be just a run of mascara, could actually be the visual signs of skin damage. Here’s what to do as soon as you wake up with a full face of makeup.

1. Remove Your Makeup

The first step is probably the most obvious here, but the first order of business after a full night’s sleep all dolled up is to strip your skin of all the cosmetic gunk hanging around from the night before. Where to start? Always at the eyes.

Dr. S Manjula Jegasothy, MD of the Miami Skin Institute told,

Many eye shadows contain quartz and mica, which are highly irritating to eyelid skin and can
concentrate in the fold, releasing dark particles into the eye for days later. This can cause
chronic irritation to the corneal surface, and cause chronic dry eye. Mascara formula can also
crumble and flake into the eye, causing these symptoms as well.

2. Wash Up

I learned about the double cleanse after some extensive research into a traditional Korean skincare routine. I may not have been able to keep up with all the many steps (especially on lazy nights), but this one stuck with me. Now that your makeup is off, wash your face with an oil-based cleanser (I love the Amorepacific Treatment Cleansing Oil Face & Eyes), applying the serum-like texture to a damp complexion, lather, and rinse, directly followed by a waterbased cleanser. The dual-action wash will ensure an optimal cleanse so no dirt or grime is left behind in on top of the skin.

3. Pamper

You enjoy being coddled and pampered when you are feeling particularly under the weather, right? Well, your skin would like to be nursed back to health with its own variation of TLC. Give compromised skin the spa treatment with a few minutes of masking. Access the damage and apply skincare accordingly, be it a sheet dripping with tightening serum, or a muddy putty powerful enough to extract impurities and dry out murky blemishes.

4. Moisturize

There is a reason you are told to drink a glass of water as soon as you wake up in the morning. After six to eight hours of beauty sleep, your skin is dehydrated AF. Add a full face of makeup to the equation, and your complexion will be reeling for relief. Liberally apply your favorite moisturizer for a burst of hydration asap. The Lano All Over Everywhere Multi-Cream is an excellent natural, super gentle balm that has been formulated with triple lanolin and milk to tenderly nurse skin back to health.

5. Change Your Bedding

Tossing and turning all night will inevitably lead to a few stains across your pillow, which a) is not cute and b) leaves traces of bacteria around to invade your next snooze. Dendy Engelmann, M.D., director of dermatologic surgery at Metropolitan Hospital told, if you don't launder your pillowcase and sheets the next day, you risk reverse contamination, so even if you end up washing your face before going to bed, that residual product will be on your pillowcase already and in effect will transfer back onto your skin when you lie down. I'm getting grossed out just thinking about it, TBH.

6. Go Natural For The Day

At this point, your skin has probably endured a full 24 hours or more of cosmetics. After you’ve taken the necessary steps to cleanse, let your skin breathe for a while. Take a day off from makeup application (you are gorgeous as is, anyway!), and restrain from picking at any blemishes or sensitive areas that may have
formed overnight.

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Jul 11

How to Clean Makeup Brushes Naturally

By KellyWil

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My favorite cream blush and many of the items in my natural makeup routine apply best with a brush. Keeping clean makeup brushes is almost as important to me as choosing non-toxic makeup. Cleaning makeup brushes isn’t usually the first thing on our to-do lists … if it’s ever on there at all. But it’s undeniable…

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