If, like me, you’ve started using microdermabrasion products and a face exfoliator to keep your skin looking smooth and healthy, then you’re probably wondering if too much of a good thing could actually be hurting your skin. How often should you exfoliate your face? Here’s everything you need to know — including how to exfoliate your face!
Most of us don’t think about cleaning our makeup brushes. I know I didn’t until I started hearing makeup experts talk about how important it is on talk shows and news shows.Here are some easy ways to clean makeup brushes.
BareMinerals makeup has been a part of my makeup routine for a few years now. Every time I try a new foundation, I always return to using bareMinerals because they perform better than other mineral makeup lines. Here’s why I love Bare Minerals makeup.
I’ll be honest, the Bare Minerals took awhile to grow on me. The biggest reason: I have dry skin. Then I discovered Primer! The Bare Escentuals Prime Time Foundation Primer makes all the difference in the world.
After using the Artistry Microdermabrasion system, the results for me were fabulous! In fact, after one single use the results were so good that I couldn’t wait to use it again a few days later. I attribute the success of this microdermabrasion system largely to the cloth that comes in the kit.
When I heard Dr. Ordon on The Doctors TV show say that at home microdermabrasion kit would yield similar results as the expensive professional microdermabrasion treatments, I decided to try a few. Here’s what my experience was like.
I only recently started using makeup brushes. Here’s how I found the best kabuki brush that’s refillable and retractable too!
Curious about all the mineral makeup hype, especially with regard to all-natural mineral makeup? Mineral makeup does sound good for your skin and it looks great too, so I set out to see if it really is as good as it seems.Here’s what you need to know about natural mineral makeup — the good, the bad, and the truth.