While I am always on the hunt for the “perfect” foundation, my belief is that the foundation must satisfy several criteria. The foundation has to be… Affordable Covers well Has staying power Doesn’t break me out Has a range of shades that would be suitable for darker skin tones Okay I can go on and on about what I expect from a foundation, but let’s just say I expect my foundation to be worth its weight in gold. So once I saw the foundation from L’Oreal I thought I would give it a try. I have had good luck with …Read more »
Makeup Artist Sam Chapman shows us how to get Kristen Stewart’s Navy Winged Out Eye Makeup. I absolutely love this look Give it a try and send us your pics or video For more tips and tutorials go to Pixiwoo’s YouTube Channel
10 Simple Self Help Makeup Tips For A Perfect Makeover (via http://www.stylecraze.com) Applying make-up can be painstaking and cumbersome at times for a few of us. You need not worry if your plan it accordingly. The following tips and steps will help you to get the perfect makeover! Here I share with you 10 Make up tips which you can follow for best results: Tip #1: Sharp eye and lip…
YouTube and South Africa Makeup Artist Bellesa Africa shares her steps to creating a beautiful look by focusing on the eyebrows and foundation application. For more makeup tips and tutorials, checkout Bellesa Africa on YouTube.
I received a sample of Diorskin Nude Skin-Glowing foundation while at Macy’s. When the sales associate asked me to try the foundation my first reaction was not to bother. I have been disappointed by Dior’s foundation color selection before and did not believe I could find a shade that would suit me. Matter of fact, finding a high-end foundation with the correct shade for darker skin tones is usually impossible. But if you ever walked by the makeup counters in any department store, you know how persistent the sales associates can be. So I gave it a try, and I …Read more »
Natural Hair Care Terms
- Low Hair Porosity
means your cuticles are tight and pretty resistant to opening up for water and moisture. This is more than likely due to genetics.