Dressing up for Halloween is by far one of the most fun and festive traditions to take part in every year. There's not much of a downside to getting completely decked out...that is, until you fast forward to the end of the night when you’re left with the remnants of what was once a pristinely applied face of makeup. In fact, odds are most of us are starting to resemble The Dark Knight version of the Joker (we miss you, Heath). Trust us, the last thing you wanna do is sleep with heavy makeup on your face - that's just asking for a breakout. Here's how to properly wash your face after a night on the town with your Halloween witchies and ghoulies so you aren't faced with a load of dread in the morning.
Let's be honest: Halloween is arguably the best holiday in existence. It allows fully-grown adults to channel their inner five-year-old and dress up to their heart's content completely free of judgment. This year's costume that all breeds of nerds and babes alike are itching to try is none other than Harley Quinn (and who can blame them? Margot Robbie's a certified hottie). For those of you looking to be a little wild this year, here's how to nail Harley Quinn make up - and probably with items you already have at home.
Each beautiful head of hair comes with its own unique brand of obstacles to overcome. For those with fine and oily hair, finding products that cater to two completely different needs on one head can be particularly irksome. The very first step in any style venture is to adequately prep your mane with a shampoo and conditioner that will build a foundation of the look you're going for. We decided to ask Got Beauty guru, Karina, who matched this hair description perfectly, to see which products gave her such envy-worthy hair.
What is your acne trying to tell you? For those of us plagued by this seemingly perpetual skin woe, attempting to find a reason behind it can feel similar to shopping for the perfect pair of jeans - frustrating, disheartening, and nearly impossible. The truth is that there are many different types, whether they be hormonal, a reaction to something irritating to the skin, or even diet-related. Finding the specific instigator of your skin woes can take a lot of trial and error, time, and patience, and no one is going to be able to do it for you.