Episode 1. – My makeup Pet Peeve.

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One thing that I’ve learned while being a makeup artist is that you tend to have your own way of doing things.  I also realize that we have our own little pet peeve of the way certain people wear their makeup.  therefore, this little segment that I’d like to have recurring once a month or so will be about my thoughts on makeup donts. 

Now, I can’t speak for others but, I can speak for myself. I am a fan of many things yet what I’m about to explain to you’ll really gets under my skin.  I will give you a hint,  this trend was popular back in the 1990s.  Okay, I will give you another hint… it has something to do with clear lip gloss or lip balm and a black lip liner.  Yup, you guessed it!

     
                      THIS TREND…

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Now, don’t get me wrong, I once was…

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Six Ways to Beat Summer Sun Damage

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Sunbath protection

With summer quickly approaching, the sun is getting brighter, the weather is getting hotter, and we’re spending more time outside. And while it’s fun enjoying the great outdoors and getting some much needed vitamin-D after a gloomy winter, it’s extremely important to keep your skin safe and healthy during the summer season. Because believe it or not, everyone is susceptible to sun damage regardless of age, skin type, or skin color, and exposing a lot of skin to the sun can greatly affect your future health. Not only can you get sunburns, wrinkles, and skin discoloration, it can also leave you susceptible to tumors and skin cancer.

Being aware of what sun damage can cause and implementing preventative practices in your daily routine will allow you to have fun outside while being safe!

1. Sunscreen

It’s absolutely vital to wear sunscreen every time you go outside, regardless of the season…

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Love Who You Are Because It’s Too Expensive Not To

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