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All You Need To Know About Pores

Everything You Need To Know About Pores


What Is a Pore? In the simplest terms, a pore is “an opening in the skin that allows liquids and oxygen to pass through.” A lot of these pores also house hair follicles. And within each one, you’ll find oil and sweat glands. The pores themselves are the openings that allow these substances to reach the surface of the skin.

Top 7 Makeup Mistakes You Need To Avoid

Top 7 Makeup Mistakes You Need To Avoid 

Makeup is a genuine art form, but with all things in life, practice makes perfect, and there’s usually a makeup fail or two on the way to perfecting your makeup skills. Sometimes your brows will be like distant cousins instead of sisters, or your face looks like it’s had a week on vacay when the rest of your body is five shades fairer – it happens to all of us! So, to set you on your way, we’re exposing the top makeup fails that we’ve all experienced, and of course, how you can avoid them in the future

Guides To Fake Tan Your Face

Guides To Fake Tan Your Face

A golden glow really is the ultimate summer beauty look, team it with some beachy waves and you’re basically a bond girl in the Bahamas. But, sometimes that beachy glow can be a lot harder to achieve than it looks. Or, perhaps you just don’t really fancy exposing yourself to the dangers of sun damage (find out why here).

Top 6 Mistake You Make In Shower That Ruins Your Skin

So you probably think how you’ve been showering for the last 20 years was on point. Like really, how wrong can you go in the shower – as long as you get your body clean, goal achieved, right?
Well yes, but it’s like your skincare routine – you can get way better results just by layering your products in the right order – and showering is the same. By doing different steps at the optimum time, it’ll result in cleaner and softer skin. Here’s what you’re doing wrong, and how to shower the right way; 1. Blasting the heat to high We know, it feels great, but soaking your skin in hot water is actually drying your skin out. Super hot showers strip your skin of their natural oils and dehydrate it, making it feel dry and itchy; it can even lead to rashes. You should also cut back on how long you spend showering, 5 to 10 minutes is ideal – if you’re washing your hair, aim for 15 minutes max, to avoid stripping the skin of its natural moisture levels. The drier your skin, the more likely you are to …

Baking 101: How to Bake Your Face Like A Pro

Baking 101: How to Bake Your Face Like A Pro

I literally bake my face every day, and I swear, as soon as you try it, you’re going to want to as well. The process of baking is a technique started by the drag community, which basically gives your makeup a long-lasting creaseless, poreless, and flawless finish.

10 Top Hair Care For Summer

Top Hair Care For Summer

Natural hair rules in the summer! Now is the season to let go of perfect, sleek hairdos and embrace that loose, natural look. Learn how to protect your hair from the heat, sun, and humidity without turning it into an endless battle.

Things You Need To Know About Skin And Stress

Things You Need To Know About Skin And Stress Take time out for yourself and try to avoid stress as much as possible. Have you ever noticed that when you are stressed, you tend to break out more? This is because stress causes your body to produce cortisol and other hormones, making the skin even more oily.

Top Homemade Salt And Sugar Scrub Beneficial To The Skin

Top Homemade Salt And Sugar Scrub Beneficial To The Skin

 Salt and sugar scrubs are one of easiest home treatments that truly deliver. Not only is slathering sugar and oil all over your body wickedly pleasant, but the exfoliating factor leaves skin refreshed, vibrant, and as soft as a certain anatomical part of an infant.

7 Usefulness Of Oil In Your Natural Beauty Routine

Usefulness Of Oil In Your Natural Beauty Routine

Since going all-natural with my beauty routine, I’ve had to learn to love oil. This wasn’t easy, considering that I’ve been programmed like most women to believe that oil and greasiness is a bad thing. Oil may seem plain by comparison, but it’s tremendously versatile and effective, not to mention cheaper and healthier. Whether you try sweet almond, jojoba, olive, coconut, grape seed, or sesame oils, you’ll find that it does the following jobs really well.

Learn How To Straighten Your Hair Naturally

How To Straighten Your Hair Naturally

Avoid using heat or chemical straighteners that will damage your hair over time. Instead, there are healthier alternative ways to coax your hair into the style you want.
Straight hair is stylish, pretty, and convenient, especially for wintertime. The problem, however, is that many of the tools used, such as heat and chemical straighteners, are really bad for your hair. Over time, they dry it out, split the ends, and you end up with straight hair that’s not nearly as attractive as it once was.