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If you have yet to try the new groundbreaking cushion compact products available in BB Cream, CC Cream and foundation formulas, you’re in for an extra-special treat! This breakthrough cushion technology will give you sheer light to full natural-looking coverage, depending on how much you layer on and combines additional face-saving support in the form of everything from sun protection to hydration to anti-aging ingredients and then some. They’re weightless, travel-friendly, can be layered for more or less coverage, quick and easy to apply (just pat-pat-pat or swipe, swipe, swipe!), mess-free and dare I say it…are even fun to use. And the best part about cushion compact formulas? You wo
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The latest buzzword in beauty is “blur” and the new crop of 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.
Is that tribal tat you got in college not working for you anymore? Are you rethinking the rose/heart/angel/butterfly on your wrist/ankle/back/shoulder? Are the disapproving looks you get at the office when your tat is exposed cringe-worthy?
Tattoos seem to elicit a visceral reaction in all of us. Some find these adornments sexy and edgy, while others consider them a symbol of a ‘bad boy’ who has a rebellious streak or a lingering reminder of a past life. Terms like “tramp stamp” and “slag tag” also come to mind. The celebrity influence cannot be overstated either. Every starlet and stud on the red carpet – from Angelina to Hayden, Eva to Megan, Brad to Beckham – seem to be sporting some b
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What’s all the big to do about one little blue (or white) dress, depending on how you see it? Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 24 hours or so, you must have heard about the polarizing debate on social channels about whether a picture depicts a bodycon dress as blue with black lace fringe or white with gold lace fringe. For some unexplained reason, some people see the dress as blue with black lace, while some see it as white with gold lace, and each side is adamant that they are in the right. The human brain is playing tricks on us again.
BITB talked to Meredith Jansen, OD, FAAO, Principal Research Optometrist, Beauty Platform, Johnson & Johnson Visi