Pexels – CC0 Licence Like fashion, makeup trends come and go, influencing the products we buy and the techniques we use across our beauty regimes. While there is no specific need to keep pace with these trends, they can be a lot of fun to engage with, adding new depth to your existing makeup usage as well as adding a few exciting new products to the mix. If you’re a fan of keeping pace with beauty and makeup trends, then you’re in luck; we’ve put together a simple guide to the major beauty trends for fall and winter 2018/19 –
During your twenties, it’s easy to take your skin for granted. It seems normal to fall asleep with your makeup on or stay up all hours of the night, although this will inevitably start to take a toll on your skin and body. We all fret about the first signs of aging, and scramble to find beauty care products that can reverse the appearance of fine lines—but what about the rest of your body? It’s no doubt important to care for your skin, but you should also consider ways to alleviate stress (which can cause premature aging) and improve your
Having just returned from a coastal vacation, I wanted to hold on to that seaside feeling that I experienced while there. There’s nothing like the fresh air and coastal scents in my opinion. So, I began looking for products that made me feel like I was still on vacation, waking up to the breeze of being on the bay, and the smell of sunshine in abundance. That’s where Softsoap’s new limited edition body washes came in to play. First a little bit about these limited edition body washes: Softsoap Limited Edition Coastal Sunrise™ Moisturizing Body Wash “Awaken your senses with
The rise of the smartphone as a necessity has improved the way we take photographs. The traditional methods from film to digital camera have limited the way we took photographs of ourselves, being assisted by mirrors, tripods, and timers. In recent years, we can simply use the front-facing camera in our mobile devices for a quick snapshot. That picture is more commonly known as a “selfie”, which is short for “self-portrait”. Selfies are most often found in social media platforms or other networking sites. A lot of people consider a selfie to be an expression of his or her individuality.
Summer is in full swing and I do not see anyone without sweat these days. While you can’t completely avoid this bodily function from happening, there are a few ways you can reduce the amount of sweat. 1. Don’t Take Cold Showers I know what you’re thinking, “WHAT!? It’s boiling outside and you expect me to have a warm shower?” Yes, according to researches and a bit of common sense, taking a cold shower lowers your internal body temperature which eventually rises because it’s hot out. The satisfaction you feel is temporary and your body will sweat more profusely because