The summer before I went off to college, my high school friends and I would blast Prince on the radio or boom box (Yes. I’m dating myself!). We jammed to Little Red Corvette, shouting out the lyrics with great enthusiasm as only uninhibited teen-aged girls can do. When Purple Rain hit theaters, I watched it in my college-town’s dive bar turned temporary screening room while I nursed a nickel beer. I soon memorized every word of the title song.
Today’s date is Thursday, April 21, 2016. It was confirmed by his publicist that Prince was found dead in his home earlier today. I changed my clothes and slipped into something purple to show my respect. Every time I wear something purple in the fu
True love, happiness, good health. See…the best things in life really are free. But, there’s a slew of other incredibly great things that are wonderful and super cheap, especially when it comes to beauty finds.
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Coachella, the annual music and arts festival based in Indio, California, features different genres of music, art installations and sculptures and has multiple stages for performers to do their thing. Though almost everyone goes for the entertainment, the beauty scene is off the wall with trends that you’d never dare to do as well as some keepers that you’ll want to incorporate into your spring and summer looks.
Here, 3 Coachella 2016 beauty trends that are making the rounds. Let them inspire you a little…or a lot!
Glitter. Whether you opt to keep your makeup low-key or not, a little glitter will take your look up a notch. Have fun with it and use it on your skin, lips, lids, nails o
I’ve been in the beauty business for quite a while, and still my experience with color correctors was limited to childhood memories of rummaging through my mom’s makeup bag and discovering her Adrien Arpel green color corrector that was used to counteract her every-now-and-then redness from rosacea — It made such a difference when she was experiencing a flare up.
I was recently reminded of this at an event for Algenist’s new makeup launch when a makeup artist at the event used the line’s new color correctors on my skin — I was amazed at the change. She was able to downplay some redness around my nose area and brighten my complexion using very little product and a light touch. I discove