Legend has it that Cleopatra bathed in milk and honey…if it was good enough for Cleopatra, reason dictates that there must be some fantastic beauty benefits to honey. Honey, in fact, is a natural humectant meaning it draws water to the skin so it’s awesome this time of year when skin tends to be dry.
When it comes to applying eye makeup, we might choose a color based on our skin tone or hair color, and we might try to contour the shadow to flatter, but have you ever done makeup thinking about the shape of your eyes? Just like we dress for our body types, we should contour for our eye types!
When I was in Thailand I had my first experiences with dry brushing at a spa. I was told it would help not only exfoliate, but stimulate circulation. Makes sense! That’s why I use “rough” scrubs on my body. In speaking with my therapist, however, she also said it was one of the most effective ways to fight cellulite.
Despite the rise in popularity of coconut water people often have bad associations with coconuts because they think they’re high cholesterol. It’s actually one of the healthiest oils to cook with because it’s high in immunity-boosting lauric acid and it can help with nutrient absorption, digestion, and more.
Is the Polar Vortex causing you to have seriously dry skin? Celebrity esthetician Renée Rouleau has some tips to help you power through!
Taking a trip to the dermatologist soon? Check out which questions skin care guru Renée Rouleau thinks you should come prepared with!
Good hair can make a girl’s day, and I have yet to see a celeb scowl with Jen Atkin at her side. Not only is she the hottest hairstylist in the biz, regularly taming the locks of clients like Sophia Vergara, doing hair for national ad campaigns, and working her magic on TV and in music videos for iconic artists like Madonna, Jen is also a social media wizard.