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Simple Practices of Makeup Hygiene

As a beauty-junkie, I love skin care and I’m a huge advocate for healthy skin, but I also love trying out new makeup looks. Skin will always be healthier with less makeup, but when wearing makeup there are simple hygiene practices everyone should follow to keep their skin as healthy as possible. Makeup is very susceptible to germs and bacteria, and if these basic steps towards sanitation aren’t taken bacteria gets placed into the skin every time you apply your…

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Amazing Toners Under $20

There are some things that you just have to splurge on to get an effective product. Moisturizer, shampoo, even cleansers I’d say are a few of those products that you really are better off paying more for and it is worth it to bite the bullet. But when it comes to getting a good toner, some of the best ones on the market are under $20. Now, that is not to say that there aren’t more expensive ones out there that do…

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READY, SET…RESET with OLAY

I think we can all agree that the time for putting things off is OVER. The holidays are behind us, the new year has started and we might or might not have given up on our new year’s resolutions. But one thing I hope no one EVER gives up on is their skin. So here I am (once again) as that little reminder to TAKE CARE OF YOUR SKIN! I never understand women that justify spending more on covering up…

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5 Skin Care Rules Never to Break

Clear skin is a sign of youthfulness and health. No matter what beauty trends come in and out of fashion, clear skin is always something to be admired. As your canvas for setting makeup, or days when you want to go all natural without any makeup at all, these 5 clear skin secrets are ones every woman needs to know. Knowing these clear skin secrets comes with knowing your own face, body, and health.   Stay Hydrated We hear it…

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Makeup Maintenance Guide

Clean your brushes regularly Every 1-2 weeks, you should clean your makeup brushes, beauty blenders, and any other items you may frequently that go from product to your face. If you let someone else borrow your brush or blender (which I don’t recommend), wash it right after. 2. Know when to say goodbye If you haven’t used gel eyeliner, lipstick or makeup in 3-5 months, it’s time to say goodbye. Your gel or cream based products should be replaced no…

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