When choosing everything from makeup, hair color and clothing, skin tone is key. Learning whether you have warm or cool toned skin should help you determine what works for you. Some people are truly neutral and both are flattering, but for most, it’s either cool or warm toned. There are a few things to try that can help you figure out your skin tone.
My mom got me a Kiss Nail Art and Stencil set because she knows how much I enjoy putting together a do-it-yourself manicure when I have the time. I wanted to try it the week between Christmas and New Year's but I was so busy that I waited until the week after. I plan to use it again for this week because I enjoy putting designs on my nails. I also endorse anything that helps make the process easier because I am so clumsy.
Your hair can only take being forced into straight submission for so long. Soon enough, it will start to rebel. Signs of this might be that your ends look frayed. Your hair may look frizzy when you first hop out of the shower now, whereas before, it looked healthy, shiny and squeaky clean. Yet, if you don’t take the time to straighten it, it just looks like a style-less poof ball, what’s a girl to do?
It’s early in the morning and you need to get out the door looking as human as possible, as quickly as possible. Products with multiple uses are ideal for that purpose. One such item is liquid highlighting cream. Usually a shimmery white or light pink color, liquid highlighter adds emphasis, sheen and light color to areas that you want to highlight. Use it in place of eyeshadow and even blush.
The spearmint mask that Montagne Jennesse puts out is great for smoothing out your skin while also working to get rid of the tension around your face with its fresh, minty scent. It's referred to as a sachet by the company. You simply cut out the holes for your eyes, place the cloth on your face and let it rest there for five minutes. Rinse your face with warm water to seal open pores afterward and your set.