It’s 6:30 p.m. You just finished a grueling workout after an eight-hour day at the office. Sweat beads are stuck to your forehead, mascara’s streaming down your cheeks, and that foundation you put on this morning? It’s like it was never there. None of this would be a problem if you could hop in the gym shower for a quick cleanup. But that dinner reservation is at 7:00, and you’ve got to get moving—fast. Great news! There’s a wipe for that.
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Q. I will be doing a lot of traveling this holiday season. How can I keep my skin and hair looking hydrated, healthy and radiant while on the road?
Dr. Linda Miles D.O.M. responds:
Traveling can take its toll on your skin and hair, but it doesn’t have to. Whether you’re driving, flying or taking a train, these naturally rich beauty must-haves will keep you looking gorgeous from head to toe.
Lacquered nails is a regular part of my look. I love to have that pop of color or create a dramatic effect with my manicure. The thing is, nail polish, and most of the products that go along with my beloved manicure, are full of nasty chemicals and harmful toxins. So what’s a girl to do?
Luckily, we don’t have to give up our fancy fingers. There are plenty of awesome companies making safer versions of our favorite nail care products. From cuticle cream to polish remover, these products will give do the same thing as those hazardous salon products, without the health concerns.
Mascara is a must for me, thanks to my nearly invisible blonde lashes. But determining which product works best can be a bit confusing. Especially when conventional cosmetics companies seem to tout every new mascara as a miracle product that will make your lashes 3 times longer, instantly! What I’ve learned from my research and experience is that not only do many conventional mascara products fall short on those promises, they’re also full of chemicals that may be hazardous to your health.
It’s time to ditch your drugstore mascara and check out my tips, techniques and top natural picks for longer-looking, luscious lashes.
We’ve all done it. When makeup doesn’t hold its weight, we end up sneaking off to the bathroom for a quick touch-up…again and again. Who has time for that? When you put on makeup in the morning, you expect it to last all day — and you deserve that. So, let me show you my secret to stay-put makeup that won’t let you down. Read more →
by Jorie Mark
If you’ve got oily, acne-prone skin and long for a clearer complexion, the idea of smearing oil deep into your pores probably sounds like it makes as much sense as eating a dozen donuts when you’re trying to lose weight. But many members of the Shiny-Nose-by-3-p.m.-Club are raving over a new cleansing technique called the Oil Cleansing Method, which involves massaging castor oil combined with another “carrier” oil such as olive, avocado or almond, directly into the skin.
We’ve all been there. You’re exhausted and unmotivated, dreading going through the motions of your skincare or beauty routine. Washing your face is the last thing on your mind, and putting on makeup before leaving the house? No thanks. It’s a common tune for women who are “beauty lazy” or just “too busy for beauty.” The good news is, there are simple solutions for taking care of your skin and making yourself look gorgeous without a whole lot of effort.
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