The main difference between designer cosmetics and their drugstore counterparts?
One of the governmental agencies responsible for the cosmetics industry is the FDA…
Want to look younger?
Nearly one in five cosmetic products contains traces of formaldehyde, a known human carcinogen.
Many Brazilian blowout, keratin and other salon hair-smoothing treatments
The terms “hypoallergenic” and “noncomedogenic” are essentially marketing words with very little meaning.
Lead is no longer allowed in paint or gasoline, but it may be lurking in your lipstick.
There is a magic potion that will stop 90 percent of your skin’s aging…
Your foundation has SPF? That’s great—but you still need sunscreen.
Sure, those spray sunscreens make application a cinch, but think about this:
Spend some bucks on your tools.
If your mascara is drying up and you’re in a pinch…
Never wash your face with just plain soap.
If you think everything that’s natural and plant-based is safe, think again.
“Unscented” is not the same thing as “fragrance-free.”
Here’s a trick to make you look fresh and awake:
Cover problem spots with concealer, not foundation.
Go gold for a more youthful look.
To accentuate your eyes, choose a shadow color that complements your eye color.
To make your look last all night…
For the appearance of fuller lips…
What’s that smell?
The scoop on eye cream?
Dermatologists have seen a jump in bacterial infections caused by unsanitary makeup.
Choose oil-free or non comedogenic products if you’re acne-prone.
Skip the toner and astringent…
Sorry, but there’s no over-the-counter cream that actually fixes wrinkles.
Ditch your powder…
Got oily skin?
Apply moisturizer first, or mix a little with your foundation before you put it on.