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A Glimmer Of Shimmer

Elegant evening makeup can often be time-consuming and daunting! If you’d like to experiment with...

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These days, we’re all too familiar with alcohol, which is known to be a good disinfectant. It has the ability to kill COVID-19, as well as other viruses and bacteria found on surfaces outside the body. Did you know that alcohol can also be hiding in your skincare, makeup, fragrance, and hair-care products? Many alcohols can dry out your skin and cause irritation, while others can moisturize. Alcohol is defined by the FDA as a large and diverse family of chemicals that have a variety of effects on the skin. Alcohol can be added to a product to make it feel lighter, speed up absorption of a product, and act as a potential preservative. The following are a list of several alcohols commonly found in skincare products.

Rosh Hashanah, the first day of Tishrei, coincides with the sixth day of creation and marks the anniversary of mankind, the day Hashem created Adam and Chava. It’s also the beginning of the lunar calendar year, which will begin Friday evening, September 18, at 6:40 p.m. 

As lockdowns have been lifted, chances are that masks are here to stay for a while, until a COVID vaccine becomes available. The new norm of wearing face masks has totally changed the beauty industry. Gone are the days of statement lips, while eye makeup is leading the world of beauty by storm. The pandemic doesn’t have to make you forgo all efforts in looking good. In fact, applying eye makeup can be a great way to express some creativity, bring a sense of normalcy to your life, and the best way to accentuate the most expressive area and the part of your face that’s visible. The following tips will help you bring attention to the focal point of your face. 

The world of beauty will never be the same.  On the heels of a global pandemic and social uprising, everything from what consumers buy to what we expect from our brands has been altered. Remarkable behavioral changes have been seen all across the board as a result of this global health crisis, and beauty is no exception.  In addition, this crisis has been having an impact on how consumers think about shopping after the pandemic eases up and the economies reopen.

These easy DIY fruit masks will help you look and feel better

Hair, nail, and beauty treatments have been out of reach during the past few months of the coronavirus lockdown. In the meantime, your skin could certainly use some help to combat all the problems caused by maskne (the new acne resulting from wearing masks) and stress, or a new boost to restore that hydrating and youthful complexion. Whether you would like to revive your skin’s natural glow or help with your acne, try the following homemade recipes; the ingredients can easily be found at the local grocer or in your refrigerator or pantry. 

Maskne, is the latest word in the Urban Dictionary. This cute word was recently coined as a result of a popular skin condition staring us in the face due to masks. As many American are required to don masks and face coverings publicly in order to protect the further spread of COVID-19, we have discovered a new acne that seems to form around those areas of the face covered by these protective masks.