Blusher appears to be the makeup product that a lot of you are most scared to try. This is most likely because you don’t know how to apply it. Or you fear that if you do, you’re going to look a clown! But honestly. Blusher is nowhere near as scary or difficult to apply as you think. In fact, blusher is really easy to apply. And it literally only takes less than a minute to apply. Keep reading to find out how.
Blusher is an amazing product. In fact, it’s such a super-hero product, I had to include it in my ONLY Makeup Products That You Really Need list. I highly recommend blusher in every beauty routine. Note I said, beauty routine, as you don’t even need to wear a full face of makeup to get the gorgeous, beautiful benefits of blusher. So why should you always wear blusher? Simply put, if you’re not wearing it, you’re not going to get that beautiful, healthy glow to your complexion that you’re after. So let’s take a deeper look at what blusher actually does, why it’s a must-have product. And how to choose the best blusher for your face.
If the eyes are the window to the soul, then the eyebrows are the curtains. And groomed eyebrows are KEY to your whole look. In fact, even if you’re not wearing any makeup at all, just grooming your brows will make such a difference to your entire face. The key to gorgeous, groomed eyebrows is to keep things as natural looking as possible. Now, this doesn’t mean creating super defined looking eyebrows. Far from it! Let’s be honest, an intense eyebrow look does not look good on most people. So if you’re looking to create ‘Instagram eyebrows’, sorry, this post is not for you! However, if you’re looking to have gorgeous natural looking eyebrows that frame and enhance your entire face, then keep on reading.
Many cosmetics are labelled with such terms as natural, organic, bio, herbal. But these are often just marketing terms used by companies to try to sell their products. You see the problem is that’s there no government regulations for the labelling of cosmetics. So cosmetic companies can use the terms as loosely as they like. And just because you see the words natural, organic, bio or herbal on a product, or if it’s used in a brand name, it doesn’t necessarily mean that the products actually contain natural and organic ingredients. This is known as greenwashing. So how do you know which brands you can really trust? And which products do, in fact, contain natural and organic ingredients? This is where natural and organic certifications come into play.
When you’re planning your Oktoberfest look, a gorgeous Dirndl and a beautiful braided hairstyle are key elements of it. But don’t forget about your makeup too. A gorgeous, glowing complexion is what’s really needed to finish off your look perfectly. Here are 5 steps to help you achieve the perfect Oktoberfest makeup look in just a few minutes. And they’re all really easy to apply too.
When it comes to replacing your mainstream beauty products with natural & organic beauty products, perhaps you’re thinking that you’ll have to sacrifice quality for safety. Maybe you think of natural cosmetics as being boring and unglamorous. Well, I can categorically tell you that this is not the case. You don’t have to choose between quality and safety. In fact, the natural & organic beauty products I use on a daily basis are actually much better quality than my old mainstream, toxic products. And they’re also anything but boring or unglamorous! I’m going to share some of my favourite products and brands with you now.
In part 1 of my Beginners Guide to Natural & Organic Beauty, I talked about some of the potentially harmful ingredients that are found in mainstream cosmetic products. And perhaps you’ve now made the decision that you’d like to replace your current products with natural and organic cosmetics instead. But how do you even begin to do this without feeling overwhelmed and costing a fortune? I’ve got 5 simple tips for you that will eliminate the overwhelm and that won’t break the bank either. So let’s get started with 5 ways that will make the transition so much easier for you.
I absolutely love eyeliner. It’s one of my favourite makeup products. But it might surprise you to hear that I don’t recommend wearing black eyeliner. In fact, I rarely ever apply it on myself, or my clients. Here’s why I suggest you ditch your black eyeliner. And find out what shades are much more flattering for you instead.