Keeping your complexion moisturized and radiant when the weather is rainy, cold and windy is definitely a challenge to say the least. Luckily, you don’t have to make a spa appointment to keep your skin looking its best. There are a few items in your pantry or refrigerator that can provide you with a youthful glow, minimize fine lines and wrinkles, and get rid of blemishes. Here are a few recipes to try as part of your weekly skin care regimen.
If you want the color treatments you gave your hair this summer to remain intact during the cold weather, there are a few things you should keep in mind to ensure your tresses are their healthiest. Of course, you may also want to change your hair color to a deeper shade to coordinate with the season, in which case, taking extra care of your coif is just as important. Here are a few simple, affordable tips that will hair looking its best, even in harsh weather conditions.
Extremely pronounced lipliner in dark hues was definitely a popular makeup trend in the 90’s—these days, it’s chic to apply your liner in the color that coordinates with your lipstick or gloss. Finding a liner in the right shade and blending the liner correctly will help to keep your lip color on all day, and accentuate the shape of your pout.
The holidays are just around the corner, which means now is the perfect time to reflect your excitement for the season with a pretty white manicure. Both bold and subtle shades of white are on trend for the fall and winter, and one (or more) of these picks is sure to find its way to your cosmetic bag this fall season. After all, it’s chic to wear white after Labor Day
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Nails with metallic flair are all the rage this fall and winter. Shiny, opulent manicures add a little life to the neutral-colored clothing you may be wearing this season, which can include lots of blacks and browns. Here are a few shades that belong in your beauty stash this autumn.