And so it’s February! Of course, there’s no other special day we can think of other than the big V-day. So, whether you’re going to spend the day out with friends or you’re planning a candlelight dinner with your special someone, isn’t it fun to get all dolled-up and look your best?
Following the yearly make-up trends can be pretty confusing and sometimes a hit or miss for those who want to keep up with the make-up craze. But for those who just joined the make-up junkie movement, then this month could be the best time to know what products to grab and be guided on what to fill your kit. Ready to join this year’s beauty rage? Keep an eye on and try some of these trends.
Ever heard of the beauty finger? Gently pat dry and don’t rub? These are some of the common lathering habits that are important for your daily beauty routine. Don’t panic if you don’t know what a beauty finger is. I had no idea what it was until I took a basic makeup class.
Sometimes you cause more harm than good if you don’t wash your face the right way. I’m not a beauty expert, but I love to read topics that focuses on health and beauty. Here are some of the beauty tips I’ve learned over the years.
I’m a make-up junkie and I love collecting different brands of make-up, but I admit, I’m a little bit conservative when it comes to collecting lipsticks. I usually stick to one to three shades and brands for my personal use. My collection would comprise of MAC Satin Red for special occasions and a couple of Lip Tints from Korean brands like Etude and The Faceshop for daily wear.
On my fourth month of travelling, I caught myself in the midst of fall and early winter season of Toronto (Ontario, Canada). Locals would often tag the province of Ontario as having a harsh cold weather, and as an Asian girl coming from a tropical country, I never had any idea of how “harsh” it could be, aside from the fact that cold weather means drying of skin as far as vanity is concerned. But on the other hand, having good skin is more than just slapping on a moisturizer, the practice of double cleansing involves using a makeup remover, cleansing (formulas include cleansing oils, gels and lotions), followed by a gentle foaming cleanser to remove any remaining residue (these water-based cleansers remove sweat and dust). So I am in a quest of finding the perfect make-up remover to include in my favorite skin-care product collections.