As temperatures soar, so do the chances of your makeup melting, fading, settling into creases, and sliding off your face.
Although we all love this time of the year, the heat wave can cause a variety of skin issues. Here are simple tricks that can help you deal with the most common summer skin problems.
All of these tricks are natural and effective. They're also relatively easy to source (most of can be found at your local Indian grocer or Whole Foods) and cheaper than buying chemical-laden products at the drugstore.
This weekend the stars will be scampering about Los Angeles, preparing for the Oscars with last minute spray tans, facials, and body scrubs and the li...
Come closer to your screen! I have to tell you a little secret I've discovered after covering stars for over three decades.
If you're looking to make a first impression, like I do when I meet new clients, use this mask for the perfect, alluring glow.
Here's a little preparatory guide to help you stay gorgeous and feeling as renewed as your resolutions, despite the late night and fast times.
If you're hopping on a plane to get to your holiday destination, you'll surely want to step off that flight looking glowing and glamorous to greet friends and relatives.
A luxurious treatment that smells of everything pumpkin latte goodness for your face, and it actually works.
Now that fall's officially here, everybody keep your cool -- I'll teach you how to keep that glow even though the humidity in the air has lifted.
The handwriting is on the wall. It's time to prepare my skin for the fall and winter and give up my summer skin care routine. I am going back to my winter routine, which you should also find helpful.
The stress of new beginnings and putting your best foot (and face) forward can cause breakouts. School is in session and today our lesson plan is what you can do to lower your chances of that first day breakout.
Trying out new skincare products may seem as simple as pumping a tester at a beauty shop or applying the contents of a free sample, but there's really more to it than that.
No matter what season you're in, it's always a good idea to check in with your skin health and make sure you are doing everything you can to realize your full skin potential.
The chilly run-up to Christmas can dry out your skin, so it's wise to start thinking about those heavy duty moisturisers and lip balms before fine wrinkles begin to appear. Your first point of call should be your skin care routine, so out with the old and in with the new!
Obviously, there's no substitute for using an SPF lotion that's appropriate for your skin -- liberally, every day (seriously... no skimping!). But bet you didn't know that what you eat can also do a lot to aid your skin in protection from the sun.