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The latest buzzword in beauty is “blur” and the latest blurring products make imperfections magically disappear. In person, they do for you what your smart phone’s filters do for your photos thanks to minute optical blurring pigments that reflect light giving you soft-focus finish for a near-flawless looking complexion, at least while you’re wearing it. These products make it easy to mask crow’s feet, lines, dark circles and the like.
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Antioxidants are widely used in beauty products due to the fact that they’re known to stop and even help reverse oxidative damage from free radicals as well as promote the proliferation of healthy cells. Arielle N.B. Kauvar, MD, Clinical Professor of Dermatology, New York University School of Medicine and Director of New York Laser & Skin Care says “anti-oxidants and sunscreen are the most important skin care products to use during the day when exposure to environmental effects, such as sun and pollutants are highest.” There are a limitless number of antioxidants to be found in beauty products-
If you were privy to the Spring 2015 runway shows then you know how strongly statement brows are trending. Unfortunately, thick brows aren’t so easy to come by, especially in those whose hormones have already started to decline causing hair to thin in general, including the brows. Full, strong brows actually frame and help define your eyes, giving your face a younger, fresher appearance but this doesn’t mean you can let them grow and go and forget them. They still need to be well-shaped to open up your face and make your eyes look bigger.
If your brows are over plucked, sparse or thinning, you can certainly fake it with brow pencils, powders, pomades and the like. To fatten them up, ch
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While Fashion Week doesn’t always translate to the everyday woman, there are a number of surprisingly wearable trends that we saw during the spring New York Fashion Week shows. Here are a few, and tips on how to get the look:
’70′s INSPIRED SMOKEY EYE