The leaves are falling, the weather is cooling, and football season is here! In other words, everything around you is transitioning, and so should your fall skincare. Your skin now has less stress from UV radiation, allowing you more room to look into treating yourself with a chemical peel.
Who doesn’t love fall? Crisp air, warm sweaters, and of course, all those delicious fall foods! What we don’t love is what all those cool breezes can do to your skin. Drier, cooler air can have a terrible impact on your skin, and your makeup can only do so much.
We're not only serious about your skin, but we're also serious about animals! So, we're taking a break from our usual beauty posts to bring you a little fall fun. After all, autumn is not merely just a season, it's a state of mind, a feeling, a mood, an attitude!
There’s nothing wrong with a little indulgence every now and then. But sugar, especially refined sugar, like what you find in candies, cookies, and delicious baked goods, is as bad for your skin as it is for your waistline. To keep a healthy glow in your skin, you’ll want to stick to healthy natural sugars, like fruits, maple syrups, and honey, and away from carbs, and refined sugars.
In recent years, SPF cosmetics have soared in popularity as interest in sun safety and dermatological health grows among the general public. Sales of SPF foundations, bronzers and primers are on the rise, but do they offer real protection?
Our Seriously FAB Q & A series continues with a very special guest today, Courtney Nawara of Phyrra.net! We've been using this chic as a resource for years and she's definitely one of the top go-to bloggers for cruelty-free beauty. Whether you're just dabbling in the cruelty-free makeup scene or a full-blown pro, if you aren't following Phyrra, your seriously missing out.
t's safe to say, we all have heard of Dollar General. It is a major retailer and dollar-chain store within the United States. You may be surprised, however, to learn that last spring, they released their own cosmetics line calledBelieve Beauty. Not only is Believe Beauty extremely affordable, selling for $5 or less, it's also cruelty-free! You can purchase lipsticks, eye shadows, nail polishes, foundation, and other makeup essentials.
Because serums are made of smaller molecules, they are able to deliver a very high concentration of active ingredients. Combining a Vitamin C serum with your sunscreen makes for the ultimate in skin protection and anti-aging!
The market has become oversaturated with celebrity products, making it hard to know which ones are worth your money. Luckily, some of these celebrity companies simply stand above the rest. Here are the top five celebrity-owned cruelty-free and vegan beauty brands.