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You want to achieve a natural, smooth appearance throughout the day. Just when you think you’ve mastered your makeup, because you looked great when you left the mirror this morning, you realize your full glam is creasing! It’s now mid-afternoon and you’re left wondering, “Why does my makeup look dry?”

The main reason your makeup looks dry is that the underlying skin is dry, and your foundation lacks adequate moisturizer. It can also be caused by skin conditions like rosacea, eczema, or even an allergic reaction to your makeup.

 As a professional makeup artist and licensed esthetician, I know the importance of looking your best and my cosmetics make it easy to achieve a flawless, healthy look that highlights your best features.

Let’s explore some of the top reasons your makeup starts flaking later in the day, see which powders and creams work best to prevent your skin from looking dry, and learn some mistakes to avoid so your makeup stays smooth all day.

The dreaded ingrown hair dilemma: We’ve all been there, and we’ve all suffered from the pain that comes along with it. The pain I speak of is one that is hard to forget.

This is the pain that keeps us from wearing our favorite jeans, leggings, or any tight-fitting pants because it becomes so unbearable. Well, my dear friends, I have some solutions and preventative methods for you to try.

Acne is the most common skin condition in the nation and can occur at any stage in life. While primarily impacting teens, the American Academy of Dermatology reports that acne is on the increase in adults.

When oil and dead skin cells clog your skin’s pores, it causes acne. Hormonal levels have a lot to do with acne, but sometimes the issue is compounded by bacterial concerns, presenting as blackheads, cyst-like lumps, or blockages in your hair follicles. You can tell if acne is hormonal or bacteria by its severity if flare-ups occur during hormonal imbalances, and whether topical treatments resolve the issues, or if systemic medications are needed.

Let’s break down how to tell if acne is hormonal or bacterial and look at treatment options.

Waxing the pubic area has become a very common service in the hair removal business.  Women and men prefer the look and feel of being hair-free.  To most, it’s a confidence boost, hygienic, and, for some, it’s the only option for hair removal as shaving irritates and causes issues with ingrown hairs.   Waxing when done correctly and with the appropriate aftercare can help prevent ingrown hair and painful infections.

You want the hairs a certain length, however, to get the best result. How long should pubic hair be before waxing? Your hair should be ¼ inch long or 6.35 mm for optimal waxing. First-time waxing appointments require 2-3 weeks of hair growth for optimal bikini wax results.

Read on to learn how you can best prepare for a bikini or Brazilian waxing and continue to maintain a well-maintained bikini line.

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