We've all seem them: those women whose vitality oozes out of every pore as they float down the street, exuding a dewy glow so convincing, they must have been born with it . . . or were they? Turns out, they weren't--and even better, anyone can look like them. All it takes is a few essential beauty products, a light hand, and a breezy attitude to match. Put down the black eyeliner and the red lipstick, ladies--it's time to get fresh-faced.
If you're interested in improving your looks via cosmetic surgery but haven't taken the plunge because you think it will cost too much, you may be surprised at how affordable some procedures can be when you utilize these seven tips.
Chances are you've got stretch marks, or striae, on at least one part of your body. Most of us consider stretch marks a side effect of pregnancy, but non-pregnant women and men also get them regularly. But do these lines ever go away?
Dark circles can appear suddenly due to age, fatigue, or allergies. Here are some natural techniques for removing dark circles and making your racoon eyes radiant again.
Most women have beauty regimes, with varying degrees of complexity, that they follow. Over time though, some steps in these regimes may be removed or replaced; other steps may go away completely. In the ongoing evolution of our day-to-day routines, there are certain bad habits we should avoid developing and a few good ones worthy of making mainstays.
Proper makeup removal is such an essential step toward having great, clear skin. No matter how tired you may be, taking off your makeup at night is an absolute must! Just using a makeup wipe simply isn't enough; you can't possibly get all that gunk out and get a nice, deep clean without being at your bathroom sink.
The secret to a gorgeous, wrinkle-free complexion lies in what you eat. These seven super-nutritious foods can work miracles on your skin. Before you reach for the bounty of cleansers, moisturizers, and toners in your bathroom, add the following seven foods to your diet to clear the way for a beautiful complexion. "The nutrients found in these foods benefit the skin because they nourish us from the inside out," says Sue Moores, RD, spokeswoman for the American Dietetic Association. According to Moores, glowing skin starts at the supermarket.