I used to be the kind of person you’d meet and say: “My, what beautiful skin you have!” Not bragging, that’s just how it was. I prided myself in my skincare “routine” (not really a […]
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Most women hit the panic button as soon as they turn 30 – as if an alarm goes off and they start worrying about looking and feeling older. However, aging gracefully requires modifying the way […]
Holidays are a time to enjoy and unwind, but sometimes it can be a bit of a hassle to squeeze in some time for yourself. What you need to change in your skincare during the […]
When your wallet’s on the light side, it’s kind of difficult to justify spending all the money you’ve earned on skincare. Truth be told, caring about your skin doesn’t require you spending wads of cash […]
Acne is a pretty common problem for many of us. Although younger people are more prone to breakouts, adults can suffer with the embarrassment, annoyance and pain of acne as well. On the horizon are […]
Change your makeup like you change your clothes! With the polar vortex and deep freeze chilling you in full gusto, your skin needs all the extra attention and love. Your skin is dry and you notice that the natural color of your skin is changing with the cold and lack of sun exposure. Its important that you go in for a makeup overall, as mySkin calls it!
Parties, parades and masquerades! It’s time for Mardi Gras again. In with the Purple, Gold and Green, Get this look – be the Mardi Gras Queen!
Is it possible to streamline our beauty routines and also save on some space (and some money) on our beauty counters? Can one beauty product really do it all? The beauty industry has capitalized on this need and has come up with the trending BB Cream making it the hottest beauty buy. BB Creams are flying off the shelves everywhere, from makeup counters to drugstores. So do you know the ABC of your BB cream?
Here are a few healthy skin moments at NYFW 2013! Enjoy :)
Every person wants to know is how to fix varicose veins, or at the very least how to disguise them. Most people are realistic enough to know that it is unlikely that anyone is going to be able to make their legs look like they did when they were 20. On the other hand, most people aspire to be able to wear shorts, knee length skirts and swimming costumes without feeling embarrassed or self-conscious.