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How to Get Purple Smokey Eyes
To start, Kelsey adds a generous amount of Avon True Color Flawless Loose Powder under the eye to catch any eyeshadow fallout. To create the purple smokey eye, Kelsey uses the purple tones of the Avon True Color Eyeshadow Quad in Romantic Mauves. Begin by applying the #1 lightest purple shade with a flat brush on the entire lid, starting at the crease and working your way up to the brow. Apply the #2 shadow shade from the Avon Eyeshadow Quad just on the lid. Use the #3 shade in the outer corners and inner corner of the eye leaving the center of the eye light. Use the #4 shade in the outer corners and follow the lash line to intensify the color on the lid. Kelsey also uses the #4 shade on the bottom lash line to smoke out the color underneath. To make the purple eyeshadow pop, press the #1 shade again on the lid. Line the lash line with True Color Glimmersticks Eye Liner in Sugar Plum and blend it with your finger or brush to give it a smokey effect. To finish the eyes, use Avon True Color SuperExtend Nourishing Mascara on the top & bottom lashes. The finishing touch for this trendy look is the lips. To balance out the dramatic eye, Kelsey chose a pretty pink shade of Avon True Color Lip Crayon in Risque Rose.
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Skincare: How to treat the 4 types of wrinkles Known by many names crow's feet, laugh lines creases, WRINKLES Unless you have found a way to cheat father time wrinkles are in your future. Wrinkles are a defining characteristic of the natural aging process. Superdrug surveyed 2000 women. The beauty retailer found that by age 29 women are worried about aging. There top concerns are wrinkles and sagging skin. Did you know that not all wrinkles are the same? As a matter of course most believed that there were two types of wrinkles. Dynamic Wrinkles - Those lines that develop from facial movements, such as smiling. Static Wrinkles - Lines that form due to loss of elasticity and collagen, which causes the skin to eventually sag. In 2006 researchers at the university hospital of Liege, Belgium published a study in the International Journal of Cosmetic Science. In this study they identified four different categories of wrinkles. Th
Stress acne So How does stress actually relate to the cause of blemishes on your face?? Emotional stress triggers an increased release of the stress hormone cortisol. "When cortisol levels rise, they disrupt levels of hormones that regulate sebum balance and result in clogged pores and development of acne. More oil production means more clogged pores, and more clogged pores mean more breakouts. “If stress acne seems to happen often, then try switching your skincare routine. Find products that work with your skin, not against it. “Drink plenty of fluids, eat a healthy diet, and do things to manage your stress such as get more sleep and do things to relax. I recommend skincare routine with salicylic acid: BENEFITS • Perfect for oily or blemish-prone skin • With salicylic acid and amino-acid-based ingredients to help treat blemishes by unclogging pores and clearing away dead skin cells • Deep-cleansing pump action • Light citrus and herbal scent • Dermatologically tested
Breakouts happen. And when they do, it’s tough to know what to do. Is a natural remedy the way to go or will a store-bought product do the trick? Well it depends on the acne type and your skin type. Here are your options — from DIY concoctions to drugstore-priced treatments to help calm inflammation, fight bacteria, and unclog pores. CHECK OUT CURRENT BROCHURE ********ALWAYS CONSULTANT A DOCTOR BEFORE TRYING ********** 5 homemade acne-fighting recipes There can be a lot of contributing factors at play when it comes to acne. The basic cause is oil and clogged pores , but the reasons for excessive oil production and subsequent bacteria-fueled inflammation can range anywhere from hormones to small infections. While severe acne usually requires more heavy, medicinal lifting in terms of treatment, you can improve more mild breakouts with topical application. Here’s five recipes for natural ingredients and how they work: 1. Mix together 1/2 teaspoon turmeric