First, I would like to apologize as its been a long time people asked me advice about eyebrows. Actually, Ive always loved wearing make up and as I like well done things, I pay a particular attention when shaping my eyebrows every morning.
You may think it takes an awful amount of time and you dont have time for this. Sincerely, I spend only 2 minutes on my eyebrows. Perhaps, youll spend more time at the beginning but with practice, itll be just a formality.
For this type of advice, I think there is nothing better than a video. As I am not a camera professional and there are girls really good at it, here is a video of one of my favorite vlogger ItsMyRayeRaye.
This girl is just fantastic!!!
The video speaks for itself. However, here is the sum up of the necessary steps to shape and fill your eyebrows.
This trend may not mean anything to you but if you regularly surf on the Internet and social networks, you probably saw a no make up selfie. Still not? However, this trend is a major current on Instram and Facebook. Stars arent afraid anymore to show their true image. From now on, theyve decided to unveil and stay natural! This is the No Make Up Selfie trend.
The Spring is here!!! The time to drop your jacket. So, before being undressed, it is essential to prepare your skin. First, because it is unthinkable to show your crocodile skin and then, because it is so much more appreciable to have a soft and velvety skin. For this, you need to have the good gestures which take only few minutes a day.
A quite barbaric word to describe something which looks like little moles.
But dont be mistaken. The Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra (DPN) is actually a Seborrehic Keratosis very common within black, hispanic or asiatic people and more generally dark skins. One of the most famous celebrities known for this concern is Morgan Freeman (he still stays very appealing !!!).
It is begnin, non-contagious and painless lesions. There is no risk of skin cancer. It mainly appears on the neck, the chest, the belly and the face areas. It measures between 1 to 3 mm but its size can change with time. It is black or brown, flat or raised. It is more important on mature skins.