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The first step to having healthy skin is to have a cleanser that will work for you. Your serums and moisturizers-no matter how good their formulas are-won't work their full potential if your complexion isn't a
When DIY is the way to go.
Most of us are still cautious about getting facials because it's impossible to be physically distant from your aesthetician. The pandemic surely has us a bit paranoid for our own safety, which we think is actually a good thing. As
Spoiler alert: Practice makes perfect.
Eyeliners have a bad reputation in the beauty world for being difficult to use. Nailing that perfect wing requires precision and patience. Whether you're a makeup newbie or someone with advanced skills, drawing the feline flick can be challenging. There
They'll also prevent the dye from fading!
Fact: Once you've got colored tresses, you'll have to shell out even more money for their maintenance. These include regular trips to the salon for root touchups, spending money for color-safe shampoos and conditioners, and investing in
No regrets, though! ;)
When you meet me for the first time, the first thing you'll notice is my hair-loud, bright, and eye-catching. I've been coloring my tresses for a few years now, and I've pretty much gone
Prepare to look flawless.
Before anything else, we just want to say that having acne and acne scars is normal. It doesn't make you less of a person if you have blemishes on your face. But if you've come to a point
Having someone touch my face felt so foreign to me.
I can't even recall when my last facial treatment was. I just know that it was before the pandemic started. Back then, booking an appointment was so easy. And I could also be a walk-in customer during weekdays-when
Yup, it's possible to get zits there.
Ever since we hit puberty, we've come to realize that acne is a pretty normal part of our lives. We don't really freak out (as much) whenever we wake up with a zit because we know we can
Go blonde on your own without ruining your locks.
Before anything else, let me break this to you as a loving friend: Bleaching your hair on your own to score blonde locks is risky. You may ruin your tresses in the process, so it's best to let the professionals
It's not as uncommon as you think.
Okay, let's be real here: Zits on our faces is something we can live with because they're ~normal~. But pimples popping up on our necks is just a cruel joke-it's like our skin can'
They're annoying, but they can be solved!
Now that masks are a part of our everyday necessities whenever we have to step out of the house, we must accept that pimples on the cheeks or "maskne" are a part of our new normal, too. The good news is that
Let your skin breathe.
Ever since we started wearing masks, we lost our love for foundations. Seeing it stain our masks wasn't so fun at all, and we felt that it may have contributed our previous maskne problem. But since we're not
Keep these items on-hand when Aunt Flo comes knocking.
We know periods are a natural thing that happens to us, but that doesn't change the fact that it's never a pleasant week. We feel bloated, we get annoyed easily, we tend to eat more, our puson hurts,
Yes, it exists, and yes, it's completely normal.
Something that's more annoying than your face breaking out is your chest getting pimples, too. (Goodbye, tank tops, low-cut dresses, and other sexy clothing!) Well, the good news is you can make them go away pretty easily and prevent
Banishing pimples is only half the battle.
If there's one thing I hate more than actual breakouts, it's the dark spots and scarring that come *after* the initial bumps are gone. It's like my skin just can't give me a break.
Fight discoloration in two to three easy steps.
When deodorant alone isn't addressing your underarm woes, up your game with more hardworking products. Concerns like discoloration and chicken skin are no match for an effective underarm skincare routine, and while it sounds like a lot of work, the
Keep these in mind!
Periods aren't always a pleasant experience: Our puson hurts, we feel icky down there, and sometimes we have diarrhea, too. But they visit us on a monthly basis for a reason, so we just need to be a little clever
Help is on the way!
I vividly remember when the quarantine period started, I had a lot of acne on the chin and jawline. No matter how much salicylic acid product or spot treatment I used, the zits just won't budge. Plus, the pimples were
Say goodbye to pesky pimples!
We think we're all in agreement when we say we hate the sight of a newly-emerged pimple. You've done everything in your power to not get zits-stick to your skincare routine, not touch your face, and
Help is on the way!
Whenever we have a beauty talk with friends and with the girls at Cosmo Community (our fun Facebook group which you should totally join, BTW), we always discuss what else we can do to repair our damaged tresses. Salons are limited to