The natural beauty trend we saw take over the runways in New York – taken to the extreme at Marc Jacobs where the designer sent out his models more or less completely au natural – re-appeared in London. Here’s a look at some standouts.
If you’re a fan of YouTube beauty tutorials, odds are you know about the talented Ms. Camila Coelho. MakeUpByCamila2 has well over half a million subscribers, and that’s not even including the ones keeping up with her Portuguese channel, which has about a million more!
I’ve spent my entire life chasing the perfect tan. Growing up in a typical Chinese household, I was told to never get dark. White skin is a sign of beauty…yada yada yada.
I’m one of those people who only gets “tanned” when she misses a patch of skin and accidentally gets burned first. While I love the sun I always shield myself from it to prevent both wrinkles and burns. I wish I could tan; maybe it’s because the grass is always greener on the other side, but tan people seem to have it so much easier than us pale girls!
Bobbi has a way of knowing what we need, when we need it. These frigid temperatures are giving us seriously rosy cheeks, and not in the cute, flushed way – in the patchy, blotchy mess kind of way that even the best skincare routine has trouble fighting off.
Like I said yesterday, I’m 100% fine with summer coming to a close. I just got CHANEL’s new Les Beiges Healthy Glow Sheer Color compact, and I can already tell that it’ll keep my glow going through fall and winter. When it comes to Asian skin, bronzers tend to be either too orange or too brown, but #40 (there are seven shades in all) is nearly perfect.
Summer’s finally here, which means there’s no excuse to walk around pale as a ghost. Get a glow going with bronzing gels! I only tan my body, so I used to apply Bonne Bell’s washable gel (on DrugStore.com for $3.95) on my face. You just mix a few drops into your tinted moisturizer or foundation … Continue reading Best Bronzing Gels: Sunless Tan