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Spring Break Beauty: How to Get Radiant, Glowing Skin at HomeSpring Break Beauty: How to Get Radiant, Glowing Skin at Home

No big plans this spring break? Luckily, you don’t need an exotic getaway in order to look and feel revived. You can revel in the benefits of your much-needed time off in any circumstances, with the right pampering and beauty tips. Here’s how to achieve the coveted “spring break glow” without leaving the comfort of home – even if you’re on a tight budget.

Valentine Beauty to Enhance Your Best Features: A Makeup Guide for Gorgeous Eyes and LipsValentine Beauty to Enhance Your Best Features: A Makeup Guide for Gorgeous Eyes and Lips

Depending on your plans for the day (or night!), you’ll want to craft a look that defines your style of love. Whether you’re going for classic sophistication or sultry vixen, these tips will help you create the illusion of larger eyes and a fuller pout for your best Valentine’s Day look.

Special Makeup Tips for Sensitive, Aging SkinSpecial Makeup Tips for Sensitive, Aging Skin

Aging skin and reactive or “sensitive” skin go hand in hand, which is why it’s so important to continue adjusting your regimen as you reach middle age – and beyond. But with such a wide array of cosmetics to choose from, it’s sometimes hard to know which are suited to your sensitive, mature skin. Read on for an essential guide to choosing skincare and makeup products targeted to your skin’s needs, as well as some application tips.

Autumn Beauty Color Palette: The Season's 5 Beautiful Fall Shades for Makeup and FashionAutumn Beauty Color Palette: The Season's 5 Beautiful Fall Shades for Makeup and Fashion

This fall, update your wardrobe and makeup routine with inspiration from Mother Nature. From the rich hues of fallen leaves to the bold tones of a fiery sunset, the transition from summer to autumn is the perfect time to infuse new colors into your overall look. Usher in the cool weather with these tips on the top five colors of the season.

Autumn Beauty Trends: Fall's 10 New Makeup Products Autumn Beauty Trends: Fall's 10 New Makeup Products

If you’re ready to change up your look, fall is the time to do it – and there are plenty of great beauty trends to try out this season. With cool, eye-catching autumn makeup shades displayed at every cosmetic counter, you can expand your beauty horizons with products that have just recently hit the shelves. Read on for 10 of our favorites.

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FAQs

Q: Will using self-tanner give me enough of a base tan color that I won’t have to worry as much about getting sunburned?

A: Definitely not. A self-tanner adds color to your skin, but doesn’t provide any protection from UV rays. In fact, the idea of a “base tan” is misleading; although it might seem like you get less sunburned when your skin already has a bit of tan, you are absorbing the same amount of UV rays.

Q: I’d like to use a self-tanner, but they don’t seem to last very long! Is there anything I can do to keep the color from fading?

A: Keeping your skin hydrated is the best way to ensure your tan lasts. Use a moisturizing body wash in the shower and follow with an all-over body lotion. You can also try a treatment like Yonka Tan Prolonger, which helps results last even longer.

Q: What’s a good spring look for the nails?

A: To match the light, barely-there look of your makeup, go with a sheer pink or peach polish, such as SpaRitual Nail Lacquer - Whirlwind Romance, an iridescent shimmering pink, or SpaRitual Nail Lacquer - It's A Breeze, a sheer buff.

Q: I’ve heard a lot about BB creams, but I’m still not quite sure what they are. What are they supposed to do?

A: A BB cream (short for blemish balm or beauty balm) is similar to a tinted moisturizer, but usually with several more perks. Allure explains, “In addition to hydrating and evening out skin tones, BB creams also treat the skin with antioxidants or other anti-aging ingredients, plus offer broad-spectrum SPF.”




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