Nobody likes an angry bride. Unfortunately, whether you feel happy or not, an angry bride is exactly how you'll appear if you over-pluck your brows on your wedding day. Sure, most of the focus will be on the dress, the ring and your eyes, but never underestimate the power of a perfectly styled set of brows. They are, after all, the frame to your face. In fact, the shape
To keep your cosmetics from becoming contaminated and old, follow these tips from Makeup Artist Linda "Shadows" Shonning from Boca Rotan, FL. How long do cosmetics last? Here's a list of commonly used cosmetics and their expected shelf life... 1. Mascara - will usually last 2 months or when the label is worn off, it clumps, specks, or becomes dry or smells bad 2.
They make a deep search of parlours and wedding houses which can make them look better and the best. Sometimes tragically women go to low cost or low quality parlours which spoils their most important day of life by unbalanced makeup giving them a weirdy look. We will explain you some tips so that you can look a queen bride. The tips are as follows: 1. For a smoother
It becomes the most special day of everyone’s life, where she or he decides to share their life with another. This moment can also be a very hectic time when preparing for the event and deciding on all the little details. One thing which should be considered in the early days is the different types of wedding makeup looks you desire for the big day. Your wedding
Sure, skin and hair experts are up on all the latest high-tech treatments, and trendy-yet-impossible-to-pronounce ingredients. But guess what? They’re good at whipping up homemade beautifiers, too! These are the easy yet brilliant recipes we got when we asked the pros to make like a Top Chef. The best part? You can try them all and you won’t gain a pound! The
Apparently, my ridiculously curly eyelashes are an anomaly. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard this: “You are SO lucky! Your lashes never fall flat. Mine just won’t hold a curl.” It’s true, my lashes are permanently curled. But, lucky? Not so much. (My eyeball gets jabbed with a twisty renegade lash at least twice a day. And it hurts.) I’m still
Puffmaggeddon has stormed the Internet seas. While working a promotional tour for her new ABC series Missing last week, Ashley Judd appeared significantly more puffy in public—and the media pounced. Had she gone under the knife? Was she in filler and injection overload? Just what in the world had she done to her face? The real explanation turned out to be a less
As a working make-up artist the number one question I get asked by women is how do I get the smoky-eyed look? Therefore, when asked to be a guest beauty editor this month I not only jumped at the chance but knew exactly what to write about-how to get the smoky-eyed look and how to update it. For the last several Fall/winter seasons designers have been featuring on their