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Mar 09

GET READY WITH ME: CARLI BYBEL DELUXE EDITION PALETTE

By KellyWil

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Jul 25

My Nighttime Routine | Get UNready With Me!

By KellyWil

Get UNready With Me

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Right before heading to bed, make sure you remove all of your current makeup. Make use of warm water as well as asoft washcloth or a solution for removing makeup. Follow this with your normal skincare routine. Make-up remainingon overnight will certainly block your skin pores and most likely cause early morning break-outs..

Taking proper care of one's skin properly is important plus a great augmentation to your beauty. Make sure you use a defoliation in order to eliminate dead skin. Additionally, use a moisturizer so that you can improve the elasticity of your skin. Apply a quality lotion to your skin once or twice per day.

 

 

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Jun 10

Why Mila Kunis’s Latest Magazine Cover Is About So Much More Than Makeup

By Kelly Wilson

Going without makeup changes a woman’s face, softening the lines so dramatically created by contour and highlights. Take away her mascara and the average adult woman looks 10 years younger. There’s just something so innocent about a naked face, freshly washed for the day.

And 2016 has seen a spate of bare-faced trends: no-makeup makeup (just a BB cream and a prayer), dewy skin (highlighted cheekbones, lightly curled lashes) and now, finally, no cosmetics at all.

On the cover of Glamour’s August issue, expectant mom and actress Mila Kunis, 32, poses totally barefaced. According to Ying Chu, Glamour’s beauty director, she’s only wearing skin serum and lip balm.

The move isn’t new, of course. Celebrities have been pulling the here’s my real face card for years. But it does seem as if we’re ushering in a new wave of self-representation in the selfie era.

Natural is in, whether that’s in the bras we’re buying or hairstyles that seem like glorified bedhead. Years of sun have damaged your delicate facial skin? Buy a few LED light treatments and get over it. Skin is in, particularly the unedited kind.

I’ve been reflecting on what it means to be a player in the game of female culture recently, seeing as I’ve picked up Emma Cline’s beach-readnovel The Girls. For hundreds of pages, the 14-year-old narrator wonders how to get attention from the men around her and, more importantly, how to keep it. Then she considers why it is all the women in her life hover silently until they can get a man’s attention.

The novel has me thinking: If women are taught from the earliest of ages how to cover our faces, make ourselves beautiful and play that character, maybe the most empowering thing to do is not. To drop the fancy brushes and contour powder, putting our asymmetrical faces on display.

A Saturday morning might be one thing, buteschewing the bronzer on a Monday is undoubtedly more weighty. A highly popularized study that dropped earlier this year revealed beautiful (and artificially beautiful) women earn 20 percent more money than their foundation-less counterparts.

It makes sense, when you start considering the psychological implications of makeup. From an evolutionary standpoint, humans respond to proportionally large eyes. Lids rimmed with mascara and shadow create an optical illusion, eliciting the kind of compassion people usually save for kittens and babies. By putting down your XXL Volume mascara brush, you’re willfully stepping away from the world of drawn-on illusions.

Now, that’s not to say I have some deep-seated hatred toward makeup. I’m a beauty editor who owns no less than four mascara tubes at any given time. Discussing the texture of face masks is the kind of thing that keeps me up late at night. But there’s a time and a place for cosmetics. Use them because you enjoy them, not because they’re a crutch that keeps you looking presentable.

After all, who decides what presentable really is? Is it a magazine’s beauty director, in charge of making sure the issue sells, or is it the star? Kunis, who often tells press about a past steeped in childhood bullying over her looks, reveals her vulnerable side by going bare. If she can do it, why can’t we all?

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Jun 04

9 Easy Tips To Take Your Eye Makeup To The Next Level

By Kelly Wilson

At some point in your life, you’ve probably heard someone say that

the eyes are the windows to your soul. And though it might sound corny, chances are, with that many people spouting the
saying, there’s at least some truth to it.

And if that is indeed the case, you’re going to need some amazing window treatments to show them off. It’s so easy to
get stuck in an eye makeup rut, choosing the same colors and products day after day. But it’s time to add variety to your
routine!

Here are 9 easy ways to take your eye makeup game to the next level.

Start by making sure your skin is well-moisturized

The last thing you want to do is cake on your eye makeup. To ensure a smooth application throughout your routine, you
will need a good moisturizer. Choose one that’s lightweight with sunblock, so you’re not only keeping your skin soft,
but also keeping it young.


Brow sculpting is essential

Your eye makeup routine should start with sculpting your brows. No matter how long it’s been since you tweezed or
waxed, a sculpting kit will define your brows and make them the ultimate frame for your face. Just use a gel to get
the perfect shape for your eye brow and ensure there’s not a hair will be out of place. Now you’re off to the races.


Primer is a non-negotiable

When your brows are perfectly sculpted, it’s time to prime your eyelids. DO NOT skip this step: Primer is an essential
product for making sure your shadow and liner stay in place all day, every day..


Smokey Eyes are not Just for Night Time

The term smokey eye typically conjures images of dark, heavy eye makeup. But there’s more to the smokey eye world
than that. Try using browns and golds to lighten the look, and you’ll be ready for work and daytime in no time.


Embrace eye shadow sticks

Powder eyes shadows are such a pain. The residue gets all over your face, and it’s pretty difficult to apply evenly.
To beat those headaches, upgrade your eyelid color with eye shadow sticks. It’s a much more even application, and
the shadow will stay in place and out of your lid creases all day, making yours a seamless day-to-night look.


Don’t let bright, bold eyeliners scare you

Expand your typical routine once in a while and experiment with electric eyeliners. Blues and purples and greens can
look intimidating at first. But if used with neutral shadows, they can be a perfectly edgy choice.


Use white liner on the inner corners of your eye

When you’re layering eye shadow sticks and liners, your actual eye color can start to become secondary to all those hues.
Keep your natural color part of the focus by applying white eye liner to the inner corners of your eyes. It’ll lighten
the look and keep the illusion that your eyes are open wide.


Get yourself a mascara formula that naturally curls

Eyelash curlers add a solid amount of time to your morning routine, and they aren’t the simplest of contraptions to
operate. Skip the curlers and opt for a mascara formula that curls your lashes naturally. To get the full curl treatment,
apply the uplifting mascara to both sides of your lashes.


Keep your lipstick nude so the focus stays on your eyes

Wearing a bold lip AND a bold eye won’t keep you on-trend it’ll be a one-way ticket to Clown College. Your eyes are
an amazing asset, so it’s always a good idea to keep the focus of the world on them. But when you do, make sure you
balance with a neutral lip color. It’ll add a sense of sophistication to your entire look.

 


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