As we age, changes in our hair can feel distressing; suddenly, your go-to hair products aren’t performing like they used to. Coarse and unruly greys are springing up like never before. You might even notice less hair density.
The words "chemical exfoliant" can be a little daunting to people, and often downright scary. After all, the thought of our skin peeling off resembles a scene from a horror movie more than it does the beauty influencers on our Instagram.
You know what makes being stuck at home even more cringe-worthy? A new breakout on top of all your million other problems you're currently dealing with.
With Daylight Savings around the corner, it's time to address the worst part of a change in your sleep schedule: dark under-eye circles.
Anyone who's cared to take a dip in the deep end knows that persistent and unfavorably lingering chlorine smell.
Ingrown bikini hairs from waxing or shaving might just be one of the most uncomfortable and unsightly beach woes known to bikini babes. At their best, they're slightly annoying…and at their worst, they're downright painful.
Girlfriend, we know how busy you are. We know how much time it takes to get your hair looking as good as it does.
Living in the world as an individual with sensitivities is cumbersome enough without throwing travel into the mix. Breaking established routines are practically sacrilegious to these folks, and with good reason - an entire day, week, or month can be thrown off when one strays from healthy rituals. As a frequent traveler, a complaint I often hear is that the struggle to maintain routines is more than real. While it may require a little more work than the typical jetsetter, there are travel hacks that are sure to keep you on track without feeling the pangs. After all, sensitive beauties deserve to see the world, too!
The first thing I always like to make clear when talking about makeup, is that when you chose to wear it, it should be for you. Not anyone else. I love it, because it tells the story of who I want to be on any given day. It’s artistry. I’ve always been creatively inclined, and I’ve seen myself as a canvas when it came to self-expression through clothing, hair, and makeup. Over the years I’ve created and perfected my go-to look. It may be a bit on the glam side for some, but I’ve always had a penchant for being a little extra. I think of my signature look as pin-up meets old Hollywood movie star, so if you’re into that kind of thing, here’s exactly what I am using to get it!