6 simple step to covering pimples

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It’s nothing to be ashamed of or upset about pimples,
there is no single soul who has never had a blemish

It’s nothing to be ashamed of or upset about
pimples, » there is no single soul who has never had a
blemish, is all part of begin a human and you are lucky
if you don’t get breakouts in a month. But the good
news is you can cover up a pimple in a three-part
process. If you skip one of the three (most people just
apply concealer), it won’t fully cover it or last that long.
This is still a quick method and well worth it! Here’s
how.

TOOLS:
A Green Primer or Green Concealer —
Concealer Brush.
A Concealer Stick in the Same Shade as Your
Foundation
Setting Powder.
STEPS:
1. First apply the green primer directly on the blemish
with a concealer brush.
2. Use your finger to tap it in.
3. Smooth around the perimeter.
4. Switch to the concealer stick and use the brush to
apply it on top.
5. Don’t forget the perimeter! The perimeter is the
tattle tale that needs to be blended all the way.
6. Set it with powder. It has to be with a puff so you
can press it on and not a brush that will sweep
away your work thus far.

Hair Hacks Learn these 5 easy tips you would be grateful for

The hot weather brings out the worst in everyone’s hair
no matter how hard you actually try.

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The hot weather brings out the worst in everyone’s hair
no matter how hard you actually try.
Fine strands frizz up, curls shrink up with the humidity,
and long locks transform into a sweaty mess.
This season, Chrissy Teigen’s mane man and T3
stylist David Lopez gives us his on-set hair hacks.
If these tricks can hold up at swimsuit shoots on the
beach, then they’ll do the job for you, too!
You’ll also be amazed at the time you’ll save on styling
with the two-minute updo and five-minute blowout
secrets David shares.
Read on for these life hacks.
1. You could pull out your curling wand and take 30
minutes creating that undone, air-dryed, woke-up-like-
this beach-hair look or not.
David recommends using a texturizing product on damp
hair. Split hair in half, and roll each section away from
the face. Blast the twist with the blow dryer.
The finished effect is perfectly undone waves with just
enough volume. This technique also creates volume in
limp, straight hair. You can also use this method to
smooth unruly natural waves.
2. For static and unruly strands that won’t calm down,
a kabuki brush does the trick. Spritz a makeup brush,
one that you won’t be using on your face again, with
hair spray. Then, use the densely packed hairs to
smooth away flyaway hairs.
You’ll get a sleek and smooth finish without that shiny,
lacquered look.
3. Sometimes you want to put your hair up for a quick
moment to keep hair out of your face or off your neck.
But a hair elastic can leave that awkward bend in your
blowout. Avoid that crease altogether by using your
own strands as a hair tie.
Gather two small sections of hair right behind the ears
and knot around your pony. Stick in one bobby pin at
the base to keep the style from unraveling. Then when
you’re ready to rock your waves again, you can easily
loosen the knot.
4. Sideswept bangs have the tendency to fall in your
eyes and in the way. David’s secret to keeping bangs
over to the side requires just a little teasing at the
roots. Use a rattail comb to backcomb the roots of the
bangs in the direction you want them to fall. Then,
smooth over any flyaways on top.
In addition to keeping your bangs in place, this teasing
technique also helps create volume, so your bangs look
full, not piecey.
5. Updos don’t have to be complicated! David showed
us a two-step hairstyle you can literally pull off in two
minutes. Start by splitting your hair into two equal
sections, and then wind your strands into a thick twist.
Roll up the twist to form a doughnut shape at the nape
of your neck. Pin up the twist with bobby pins at the
top, at the bottom, and on both sides. Carefully pull
style to thicken the bun.
This glamorous chignon is perfect for gym-to-work or
work-to-drinks. No one will know this style only took
you two minutes and a few bobby pins.

Beauty Hacks Here’s why your products should be refrigerated

Keeping beauty products in the fridge isn’t just
for a cool down during hot days, but it
would actually help your products last longer,
year-round!

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There are some beauty products that are best
stored in cooler environments, and yes we are
talking about your fridge!
Keeping beauty products in the fridge isn’t just
for a cool down during hot days, but it
would actually help your products last longer,
year-round!
From perfumes to moisturizers, there’s no limit
to this hack.
Keeping products cool can slow chemical
reactions and ultimately end up extending the life
of your beauty products.
Humidity from your bathroom, shower or
cupboard, usually end up shortening the life of
products, but keeping them cool slows down
oxidation, so you’ll end up saving money and
making less frequent trips to the drugstore or
beauty counter.
Before you go ahead and give this hack a try,
here are some things you need to know
Keep them in the fridge. From eye cream,
moisturizer and perfume all work well when kept
at a cooler temperature.
Be sure tighten the lids on all beauty products.
This will keep them fresh and lasting longer.
Storing eye cream in the fridge will not only
make it last longer, but the cooling effects will
reduce puffy eyes as an added bonus!
Store any product with Vitamin C in the fridge. It
will keep the vitamins from breaking down in the
serums.
Do not keep them in open containers to avoid
having your makeup smell like your food.
Do not let the products freeze. That just ruins
them.
Do not forget to use your products. Some people
even go as far as to purchase a cosmetic
refrigerator that you store in your bathroom to
keep products handy.
if you have kids at home, remember to label your
beauty products so they are not eaten.

Magali Beauve Meet the world’s most creative make-up artist

Magali Beauve, who is a makeup artist from
Paris become a celebrity on social media
networks as a result of her amazing creative
skills.

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Magali Beauve, who is a makeup artist from
Paris has become a celebrity on social media
networks as a result of her amazing creative
skills.
Her amazing ability to transform herself into any
celebrity with her amazing Contouring skills is
simply out of this world.
According to Magali, she discovered this special
talent over a year ago, when she decided to
transform herself into Michael Jackson, and now
more than 10 celebrities later, she is able to
contour and highlight herself to any rapper,
singer, or actress and doll!
Checkout more of her transformations by visiting
her Instagram page @makeupmag and
Facebook page.
View some of her creations as well as the face
behind the brand, in gallery.

Terry G Celebrity loses signature dread locks, shows new look

Terry G was one of the few celebrities that started their
journey in the entertainment industry with a radical
look.

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Terry G was one of the few celebrities that started their
journey in the entertainment industry with a radical
look.
That would be his dread locks.
We are at a loss for words with this shocking
transformation but we are also loving it.
Who would have thought Terry G could look this cute
and wholesome to booth.
What do you think of his new look? Yayy or nay?

How to choose the best face oil for your skin type

Face oils are one of those tricky skin care categories
that often get bad rep.

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Face oils are one of those tricky skin care categories
that often get bad rep.
So may people with different complaints and
experiences, only to discover they were to blame in the
first place. How irritating!
Though ladies with dry complexions have long known
the benefits, those on the oilier side of the spectrum
are usually hesitant to try it out.
The truth is, just about every skin type can take
advantage of an oil’s nourishing properties.
A face oil penetrates the skin at a deeper level than a
cream or gel, meaning you get more hydration than you
would with a traditional moisturizer, and they can help
the products you layer on top to be more effective.
For oily complexions, a few drops could be all you need
to balance the shine-inducing elements in your skin.
The addition of more oil actually counteracts the
production of sebum.
Many of the new formulas are lightweight and absorb
quickly, allowing you to wear a layer under your
makeup.
If you don’t want a dewy finish during the day, we
recommend applying one at night, like Sunday Riley’s
Luna Sleeping Night Oil.
To find your perfect formula, start by determining the
issues you want to address.
Laura Mercier’s Flawless Skin Infusion de Rose Oil is a
good one-size-fits-all option, while Estelle & Thild’s
BioDefense Multi-Nutrient version is great for especially
dry types or skin that is showing signs of aging.
Immediately after cleansing and toning, we recommend
working one or two drops into your complexion, then
wait a few minutes to let it absorb completely.
You can layer the rest of your usual regime on
afterwards.
Alternatively, you can mix a few drops of oil in with
your favorite moisturizer to give your skin extra love.
As an added plus, the oil can make any aggressive
antiaging ingredients less harsh, without reducing their
efficacy.