Thick brows are in! From models and celebrities to makeup artists, everyone loves this trend. If your eyebrows are not naturally thick, you can still give them the desired shape. It all comes down to your makeup skills. Everyday beauty products, such as a brow pencil and powder, can make all the difference. Here are
image: consciouslifenews Dealing with acne, eczema, or wrinkles? Want to have youthful skin and boost your health? Use the healing power of rocks and crystals to your advantage! The idea of a stone healing the body and mind may seem strange, but it actually works. People have been using gemstones for thousands of years. Azurite,
image: Intothegloss Looking for a quality eye cream? Wonder if you really need one? According to beauty experts, any woman in her 20s should consider using eye cream. This product prevents collagen damage and keeps the sensitive skin around the eyes moisturized while slowing down aging. Compared to face creams and serums, eye creams are
Asian women are world-famous for their flawless complexion and youthful skin. Along with natural remedies and homemade beauty products, they use popular skin care products from O Hui, Nature Republic, Missha, and other trusted brands. Their perfect complexion is due to good genes, proper skin care, facial massages, and good nutrition. These women look camera-ready
Cat eye makeup is one of the most classic looks in beauty history. It’s timeless, flattering, and looks amazing on any woman! From Marilyn Monroe to Sophia Loren and Dita Von Teese, this makeup style was a favorite choice for movie stars and famous icons. Today, it’s just as popular as it was decades ago.
Shower loofahs have been around for centuries. Some people use them to improve blood flow and reduce cellulite. Others claim that loofahs exfoliate the skin and remove dead cells. Unfortunately, these beauty aids have their drawbacks. Several studies indicate that loofah sponges are the perfect home for bacteria, fungi, and other disease-causing microorganism. Unless you
Henna has been used since ancient times to dye hair, skin, and nails. This flowering plant contains lawsone, a natural coloring pigment. Today, henna is just as popular as it was centuries ago. Millions of women use it for coloring their eyebrows at home. Compared to store-bought brow dyes and tints, henna is safe and
All trends enjoy their moment of fame. But when they have been overdone and become monotonous, they fade away, only to be revived again. In 2017, we are finally, and thankfully, going to bid farewell to some trends that have been repeated, over and over again, for too long. For instance, highlighting your nose and