Maybe it’s the pimple that shows up out of nowhere right before a big event, or those hormonal breakouts during adolescence, pregnancy or perimenoupause. Whatever the cause, we know you’d do anything for them to disappear completely…and the only way to do that until they’re really gone is with a little bit of makeup and some expert tips.
BITB turned to accomplished makeup artist Derek Selby, who knows more than a thing or two about makeup, to share his wisdom on the art of concealing acne. Selby is currently the Global Ambassador and Spokesperson for Cover FX, a makeup brand developed under the supervision of dermatologists for a truly healthy foundation. He has over 25 years of experie
I came across an old photo the other day. My sister and I couldn’t have been more than 5 or 6 at the time and we were standing on the side of our home in our leotards and tutus, practicing first position. I say practicing because she was clearly in first position and I was looking down at her feet trying to copy her but not quite there yet. She is 51 weeks older than me so clearly she had an edge.
Looking at the photo, I noticed the rose bushes behind us. They lined the side of our home and were brilliantly colored in shades of deep red, a mellow yellow, bright tangerine and poppy pink. My dad would spend hours pruning them and every weekend before Sunday brunch my mom would send us our
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President Obama recently signed a bill that bans microbeads – those tiny polyethylene particles added to beauty products to help exfoliate the skin — because they’re damaging to the environment and wildlife. The beads are so small they’re not being filtered from wastewater treatment facilities so they wind up clogging waterways and they’re also being ingested by fish and other animals, affecting them and possibly us, the humans that consume them. Though some companies have already started phasing them out of their products the bill stipulates it must be done by Jan. 1, 2018.
“I’ve always preached against microbeads,” says Dr. S. Manjula Jegasothy, board-certified dermatologist an