It can strike at any time - midway through a workday, a conversation or a manicure. For one reason or another, you look down at your fingers and - gasp - nails peeling, badly. It's a common issue that can happen to almost anyone, regardless of skin type, genetics, health, you name it. The good news is that the solution is pretty straightforward...IF you're willing to be persistent with your nailcare. We're going to assume you are, because who wants splitting, peeling nails?
Anyone who's cared to take a dip in the deep end knows that lingering chlorine smell. If you're not swimming very much, the smell can be easy to rinse off. But let's be real: it's summertime, which means going to the pool is not a "once in a while" ordeal. Unfortunately, this means that lingering smell can be a lot more permanent if you're not careful. Taken straight from the beauty buffs on the swim team, here are 6 tips on how to NOT smell like chlorine after swimming (and smell rather pretty, might I add).
The unfortunate side effect of living your full summer potential is occasionally getting sunburnt. We aren’t here to judge - it happens to the best of us. Besides, passing judgment isn’t going to help you deal with the repercussions of trying to cover up when you go into the office on Monday. How DO you cover a sunburn with makeup, you ask? With ease and precision, my young sunburnt padawan.
Whether you’re visiting for a few days or moving for good, dry desert weather can zap the moisture right out of your skin and hair almost instantaneously. For some, their entire beauty routine needs to be completely revamped to cater to the new climate. Don't be afraid, beauties - all you need to do is go with the flow. Here are our 5 most received beauty questions (and our answers) for those moving from humid to dry climates.