You might not know it, but your makeup is going bad. Here are some general guidelines to help you know when it’s time to throw out your cosmetics.
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For Valentine’s Day, I wanted something romantic but also a bit different! Using (mostly) Revlon products, I paired a glossy, silver eye with black liquid liner, hot pink lips and glowing skin. This look is not hard to do and it will add a bit of glamour to your Valentine’s
Want a smooth, wrinkle-free base for your makeup? Fill in your lines and creases and enjoy smooth skin now with these tips.
I’m often asked how I get my eyeliner so perfect. I’d love to say that I am just naturally talented. I’d tell stories of emerging from the womb with super eyelining abilities and proudly declare that I have been sent to save the word from cat eye tragedies. That, however,
If you’re having winter skin problems, Jay-Z might say, “I feel bad for you, son.” But fortunately for you, I’m not a rapper. I’m here to help – with makeup, of course!
Do you wear makeup to the gym? Don’t worry, we won’t give away your “prissy” beauty secrets – in fact, we’ll help you keep them safer!
Heavy eyeliner, thick mascara and bold red lipstick are awesome if you’re trying to turn heads at a party on a Friday night. How can you translate your nighttime makeup routine into one that’s acceptable for day?
Follow these tips to highlight your cheekbones. The technique is called contouring. The natural lines created by the structure of your skull create contours on your face. The makeup technique of contouring is to bring attention to these naturally attractive contours by putting neutral makeup around them, not directly on