Do You Let Your Skin ‘Breathe?’

We’re often told to let our skin breathe. According to plenty of beauty experts, it’s essential to avoid clogging up your pores, keep your skin in good health, and give you a beautiful, glowing look that will be the envy of everyone.

So, first thing’s first – your skin doesn’t actually ‘breathe.’ Ask any dermatologist you like, and they will all confirm it. The fact is that the top layer of your skin is dead, and the living, growing cells below your top layers are given oxygen from your blood supply.

As points out, what people are actually saying when they mention your skin needs to breathe is that is that you need to avoid clogging up your pores. Failure to clean up properly will ultimately result in breakouts, acne, and other skin problems like oiliness, flakiness, and damage.

So, the big question is, what can you do to make sure your skin can breathe – or in this case, stop your pores from attracting vast amounts of sweat, pollution, grime and other nasty substances that will end up causing breakouts? We’re going to take a look at some of the simple things you need to consider – let’s get started right away.

Clean properly

Wearing makeup for 7-10 hours a day won’t cause you too many problems – unless you are wearing the wrong type of makeup, of course (we’ll go into that in a moment). However, if you go to bed every night without a proper cleaning routine, you are going to cause yourself problems. Cleansing is critical to any skincare routine – and if you skip a night, don’t be surprised to see a pimple or two developing.

Use the right makeup

A lot of makeup products are full of heavy oils, preservatives, and all kinds of allergens, which could be causing you problems. Most products are harmless, but some can be harder to remove and cleanse properly, so consider switching brands if you keep getting breakouts. According to, products with natural minerals can help your skin ‘breathe,’ and you should also consider spending a full day a week without any makeup at all. A good excuse for a lazy Sunday, perhaps?


As we discussed in the intro, as hideous as it sounds, all the skin you can see on your body is already dead. And unless you remove it, it will look even deader in a few days time. You’ll notice this pretty quickly if you don’t exfoliate, as your skin will take on a really unhealthy looking pallor – a dull, pale sheen, and blotchiness is a common result. Ideally, you should aim for giving yourself a scrub at least a couple of times a week.

The inside counts

Finally, to clarify – there isn’t much you can do to make your skin actually breathe from the outside – it doesn’t work like that. It’s the inside that counts. Drinking lots of water and eating plenty of healthy foods such as fruit and vegetables will result in more oxygen being delivered to your skin via your bloodstream. You’ll also avoid getting dry, flaky, and tight skin, and look a lot younger for much longer.

7 Golden Rules For Healthy Looking Skin

There’s much we can do to feel our best, but don’t we, ultimately, also want to look as good as we feel? If our skin is looking tired, lifeless, and lacking that punch of zest that makes it look healthy, then it’s impossible to look the best we can. The good news is that there’s no mystery when it comes to having healthy looking skin; we just have to follow some simple rules give us that glow. Below, we take a look at seven golden rules you need to incorporate into your skin regime.


Don’t Overdo the Cleaning

Yes, it is, of course, important to wash your face and get rid of the buildup of dirt and grime that daily life brings. However, it’s crucial you remember that there is such a thing as washing your skin too much. If you’re using too many products to scrub away the dirt, you’ll be liable to dry out your skin too much, which could result in breakouts and other things that limit how good we look. There’s such a thing as scrubbing too hard; go soft, with products that agree with your skin.

Get the Right Vitamins

Having the right diet will ensure that you’re able to keep a great figure, but the importance of what we eat goes beyond keeping our weight under control. It’s also important when it comes to how healthy our skin looks. There are four vitamins you need to have in your diet, and these are: vitamins D, C, E, and K. If you have a diet that includes plenty of fresh fish, raw vegetables, and grain-based meals, then you’ll be getting the good stuff you need. Also, if you were looking for another excuse to give up those fatty fast foods, then the effect it has on your skin is it!

Biggest Danger: The Sun

The sun is the biggest threat to your skin. While it can be nice to lounge out on a sunny day, it’s crucial that you limit how much time you’re exposing your skin to the sun’s harmful rays. Spending time too much time outside on a sunny day won’t just age your skin prematurely, it can also induce conditions such as Cutaneous Lupus. If spending time in the sun is beyond your control, then make sure you’re fully topped up with suntan lotion, and wear sunglasses, so you don’t develop wrinkles around your eyes.



Stay Calm

There’s a lot of things in modern life that can induce stress. This can have terrible effects on other areas of your health, such as your mental well-being and your chances of serious heart conditions, but it can also affect how our skin looks. Having a chaotic lifestyle will make your skin more prone to breakouts. If you’re beginning to feel overwhelmed by life, it’s time that you take a look at some tried and tested techniques to keep the stress out of your life, such as yoga, mindfulness, and spending time in nature.

Keep Things Moisturized

It doesn’t matter where you live: the elements will be wreaking havoc on your skin. This is especially the case when you live in areas that have a lot of wind and rain. If you live in places like that, your skin will receive a battering on a daily basis. To ensure that its effects are minimal, make sure you’re keeping your skin well moisturized. It’ll be the first layer of defense when you’re going out about your daily business.  

Getting Active

Everyone knows that it’s important to have an active lifestyle if you want to have positive all-around health. As well as ensuring everything is in good working condition, you’ll also be improving your circulation, and will end up with a healthy ‘glow’ after you’ve finished working out. If your skin looks tired in the morning, go for a quick fifteen-minute jog, and your skin will look fresh and alert.

Clean Living

The biggest factor that’ll determine how healthy your skin looks will be your environment and lifestyle. If you’re having too many late nights, or you drink and smoke alcohol, then it’ll begin to show on your skin. Cut out the things you know are bad for you, get a few more early nights through the week, and you’ll be back looking your best in no time.

We sometimes think of our skin as something that’ll just do its own thing, but as we’ve shown above, you have much more control of how it looks than you think you do!

Vitamin B-eautiful: Natural Ways To Healthy Skin

When it comes to looking youthful, going natural is all the rage now. With every aspect, there are plenty of benefits, not just for your mind and body, but also your skin. The fact is that there are lots of products that have a high amount of chemicals in them nowadays, so when it comes to maintaining youthful skin, what are the best approaches to take?

Your Diet


People may work hard to find the fountain of youth, but when it comes down to it, a healthy diet is the foundation of great skin. Ultimately if you have toxins in your body or things that your internal system cannot deal with, it will show up as unsightly spots on your face. Your body is trying to get rid of any of these toxins, so it’s best to make sure that you operate from the inside out. The best way to do this? Plenty of antioxidants, there are, of course, plenty of fruits and berries that are high in antioxidants, but if you’re looking for ways to maintain a healthy diet while you are on the go constantly, there are berries like goji berries, blackberries, blueberries and, in fact, any sort of berries are beneficial. Don’t think you need to just snack on berries; a great diet is all about having a wide variety of vitamins and minerals.

Checking Your Beauty Products


You need to make sure that the products that you are purchasing are, in fact, natural. There are many different chemicals added to your favorite foundation, makeup remover, or any product you can think of, that will have a detrimental impact on your skin. You can go shopping online for cosmetics that have natural products, and these will be stated in the ingredients list. Overall, if we try to limit our exposure to toxins in general on all of the products that we own, it’s going to have a beneficial impact on our skin. So, much like when you look at the ingredients on food packages, make sure you look for unnecessary additives on your beauty products.

The Letter S…

When you think about what will impact your skin, the three main things all begin with the letter S. Sun, of course, we know the impact of this on the aging of the skin, and the importance of using a high-quality sun blocker. Sugar, this depletes your body of essential minerals and vitamins that are essential for youthful skin and a nice complexion. And finally, stress, we’ve all seen someone that has looked like they’ve aged terribly due to a stressful situation. So if you are of a stressy disposition, start to think about ways to minimize the stress. From things like meditation to mindfulness, to just having a better outlook on life, these are very simple ways to keep that youthful complexion.

Rejuvenating Properly


Life now appears to be all about burning the candle at both ends, if this is you, expect it to show up on your face. So make sure you get adequate sleep and take it easy when you know you are stressing yourself out. They don’t call it beauty sleep for nothing.

A lot of these ways to having better skin is actually from the inside out, and a lot of people don’t think about that. Your skin is a sign of what is going on inside you, so be sure to look after yourself on the inside and out.

4 Home Remedies for Damaged Hair

Our hair can go through a lot in a lifetime. Perhaps you’ve dyed it too many times or you suffer from frizz in humidity. During the colder months, hair tends to become dry and the wind can cause damage to the ends. If you’re sick of trying to manage your damaged hair, you may be thinking about going out and buying an expensive treatment. But, can you really afford to spend that much money on something that may not work? Why not test out these home remedies instead? You may have everything you need in your kitchen cupboards!



Avocado Treatment

Avocado is a soft fruit, rich in the vitamins and nutrients needed for skin and hair repair. All you need is one avocado and one egg. Remove the outer layer of the avocado and throw away the pip. Mash up the remains and add one egg. Mix thoroughly until you’re left with a with a soft and gooey consistency. Apply to wet hair and leave in for 20 minutes. Once the time is up, wash your hair as you normally would. Your locks should feel softer and thicker after a few treatments.

Olive Oil

Most people have olive oil sitting in their cupboards, and if you do too, it could save you a fortune on expensive hair treatments. Take half a cup of olive oil and massage it through your hair, being careful to apply plenty to the roots and tips. Cover your hair in plastic and wrap a towel around your head. This is to keep the heat in and allow the oil to work through your hair. Leave on for 45 minutes and then rinse off with warm water. Shampoo and condition your hair once the oil is removed.

Apple Cider Vinegar Mask

If you suffer from common hair fall problems, like dandruff, this could be the ideal treatment for you. You’ll need one teaspoon of apple cider vinegar, two tablespoons of olive oil and you’ll need to separate three egg whites. Mix together thoroughly and apply to your hair evenly. Cover your hair in plastic (use a shower cap if you have one) and wait for 30 minutes. Rinse off and shampoo. After a few treatments you should see the bounce return to your hair.



Tea Treatment

Did you know that tea can bring your hair’s shine back, as well as sooth your common cold ailments? Brew a cup of tea as you normally would, let it cool and then apply after using shampoo in the shower. However, be wary. Tea can also enhance the color of your hair, so make sure you’re using the right one for your color. For example, blondes may get a better shine from a chamomile tea, while brunettes are safer to use black tea. Do not add milk or sweeteners to tea you use on your hair.

Don’t go spending half your weekly income on a hair treatment just because a beautiful celebrity endorses it. You’ve more than likely already got everything you need for shiny, smooth locks at home.

Prevention Or Attention – Which Approach To Health & Beauty Is Right For You?


Looking and feeling great is a priority for us all. Unfortunately, for most people, it doesn’t come naturally. Achieving the best health and image requires a lot of hard work, and there are various ways to handle it. One of the key questions, however, is whether to prevent issues or attend to them once they surface.

In truth, there is no one size fits all solution. As such, it’s imperative that you analyze each of the key elements on their individual merits. Focus on each of the key points below, and you won’t go far wrong.




The skin isn’t only the largest organ of the human body. It’s also a central focus of all beauty rituals due to the fact it’s something that people continually see. Sadly, time will eventually take its toll on your natural appearances. Thankfully, the best anti-aging creams can slow the process. While it doesn’t prevent the effects altogether, it does stop this from becoming an issue prematurely.

Preventive care is essential for long-term healthy skin. However, it’s equally vital to identify and rectify any current issues. Overcoming dryness and similar issues can be achieved via simple ideas like a better night’s sleep or increased your water intake. Meanwhile, foundations and other makeup choices can be used to cover spots and other blemishes for short-term beauty.

Ultimately, skincare is one of the most complex elements of all. As such, it should embrace elements of both prevention and attention. More importantly, though, those routines must extend beyond the face. They can range from treating the feet to wearing sun lotion when it’s hot. Either way, those tasks can make all the difference for immediate and long-term health and appearances.

Physical Fitness



Size matters and staying in good shape is crucial for ongoing health. Furthermore, it can have a telling impact on our body image too. After all, physique is the one element that you will be judged for on a daily basis. From friends and work colleague to complete strangers, everyone will form an opinion about you based on this one factor.

 When choosing an exercise plan, you must appreciate your personal requirements and limitations. Only then will you find a mix of cardio and strength training that works for you. In reality, items such as injury management fall into both prevention and attention. Quite frankly, that’s the way it has to be.

For those with an active need to lose weight or increase their fitness, a reaction is required. This can also include fixing postural problems with office back braces. If you are already quite fit, though, maintaining your health and fitness is an ongoing prevention of future problems. In reality, the exact strategies utilized will vary from person to person.

Oral Health & Appearance



The mouth plays a key role in all human communication as well as eating. Therefore, keeping your in the best possible shape should be a priority from health and image perspectives. A winning smile is one of the greatest things that anyone can ever possess.

 A white smile is acquired through a combination of reactionary treatments and preventive methods. Professional whitening should be coupled with daily cleaning and flossing. This will give you the very best results for both immediate and sustained benefits.

Misaligned or chipped teeth can be even more problematic. Not only do they look bad, but they can cause problems for speech and eating. Invisible braces are a great solution without impacting your appearance. There’s not much that can be done to prevent teeth growing in bad positions. But you can at least help them remain healthy with daily care and regular dental checkups. Make sure that you do.

Mental Health   



Falling into the trap of focusing solely on physical elements is very easily done. However, mental issues are just as vital to your overall health. Perhaps surprisingly, they also hold a significant influence over personal appearances too. Overlooking this key factor is no longer a solution.

Spotting the signs of depression or other mental health conditions is the hardest but most important task. Treatments are available, both medically and from psychiatric experts. A problem shared is a problem halved. As such, the sooner you act upon the issue, the sooner you’ll find a winning solution. Whatever happens, you needn’t feel alone in this fight. And simply knowing that support is available can restore that smile.

As for preventing mental health issues, simply living the life you wish to lead can help. While it is a far more complex situation than this alone, happiness is the greatest weapon against those problems.  Use this as another incentive to take greater care of the physical aspects, and you will not regret it.

 The Final Word

 By now, you should realize that the title question has no black and white answer. The human body is the most complex thing imaginable. Keeping it in the best condition requires preventive treatments as well as response to all problems that surface.

 Only then will it gain the comprehensive care that you deserve.   


Simple Ways To Care For Your Feet


Our feet carry the full weight of our bodies, they don’t rest until you sit down or go to sleep. They are what keeps our balance, allows us to run and supports us. However, unlike many other parts of our body, our feet are often neglected. We pamper our hands, take care of our skin but often forget about our tired feet. So here are some simple ways to care for your feet and keep them supple and healthy.

File Off Dead Skin

Our feet are constantly under the weight of our body, which is why the skin can become dry and hard after long periods of time. It can make it difficult to walk and feel painful. The best way you can look after your feet is to get rid of hard and dead skin. It’s not the most pleasant job, however using an emery board on your feet can reveal soft skin, make your feet look younger and allow you to walk comfortably.

Wear Insoles

Because many of us work in fields which require standing up and moving around, it is a good idea to invest in good insoles to support the arches of our feet to stop them from descending. If your arches descend it can cause trouble walking and maybe even require surgery. You should also purchase special bunion shoes such as these here to keep your feet comfortable as you walk around.

Prevent Blisters

Blisters are the worst feeling you can experience on your feet. They occur when the skin rubs against your shoes and it swells up. They can be incredibly painful and take several days to heal. That is why you need to wear in your shoes before you decide to go out in them. Pick a day when you are in the house and wear them for the whole day as you perform your daily chores and activities. This will help the material mould to your feet and loosen the shoe so that you can wear them without running the risk of blisters.

Exfoliate your feet

Here’s a simple scrub recipe you can make at home for your feet;

  • 1 cup sugar
  • ½ cup coconut oil (melted in the microwave)
  • 2-3 drops of any essential oil you like

Mix ingredients together and store in a tub for up to 4 months.

Pampering your feet is just as important as pampering your skin every once in a while. The feet are one of the hardest working parts of our body and should be treated with the respect they deserve.

Get A Pedicure

Many of us visit the local beauty salon on a regular basis to get our nails done and give our hands a much-needed massage. However, pedicures are just as satisfying for your feet. Treat yourself to a spa-like treatment as a beauty professional files away dead skin, massages your aching feet and paints your toenails too. It will make you feel energised and pampered.

Wear Foot Gloves To Bed

Foot gloves might seem like they’d be incredibly uncomfortable to wear as you sleep, but they are an amazing treatment for your feet. Slip on your foot gloves in the evening and sleep with them on overnight to reveal youthful and supple toes in the morning. They are filled with moisturising oils to care for your feet and make them feel softer.


The 3 Essentials That Your Skin Needs Every Day

Everyone is different. Our skin looks and feels different, and it will change many times during our lives. No two people have the same skin, but everybody needs the same 3 essentials to ensure their skin is healthy. Skin is made up of millions of cells designed to move, stretch, and protect our bodies. Protect your skin layers with these 3 essentials that your skin needs every day:


Moisture comes from the inside as well as the outside. If you are dehydrated, you might notice your skin seems lackluster and unwilling to stretch as much as it should. Drinking water can help. But sometimes you need to enhance that water with salts or electrolytes to ensure your body can be fully hydrated quickly. A squeeze of lemon or lime can change the PH balance too.


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There are dozens of moisturizers on the shelves in stores. It’s hard to know which is best. If you’re a little overwhelmed by the amount of choice out there, read up on the best brands available. You’ll find the reviews at to see if one of these is right for you. Always pick one that is designed for your skin type and your age group. Skin needs different things at different times. 


As skin is alive, it needs a healthy blood supply! Blood carries nutrients and oxygen to every cell in your body. It is responsible for much of the color in your skin too. Your blood vessels will also carry away all the waste from each cell. This can include toxins and broken down cells. If your circulation is poor, then your skin may look unhealthy.


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Boost your circulation with a facial scrub or exfoliation. Get the heart pumping fresh, oxygenated blood by exercising daily. This will help remove the puffiness of fluid retention from your skin too. Best of all, you’ll get that healthy glow we all strive for!


It is important to thoroughly cleanse the skin daily. This removes all the environmental dirt that builds up. It also removes all the makeup we apply so that pores don’t become clogged. Clogged pores lead to boils, blemishes, and spots. A good cleansing routine opens the pores first. This allows all the dirt to escape. You might use a steam or even a micellar water to achieve this.


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Now wipe the dirt away, lifting the grime from deep inside. Soap and water are usually OK elsewhere on the body, but the face is more delicate. Use a dedicated cleanser, and face pads to wipe the delicate skin surface. Finally, it’s time to refine and close the pores again. A splash of cold water might do the job, but usually a gentle toner is best. Alcohol can work here, but it is likely to be far too harsh.

Taking care of your skin is a big part of your morning and evening routines. It’s important to ensure you offer your face and body the 3 essentials it needs for beautifully healthy skin. How do you take care of yours?


What’s Your Age Again? Secret Tips To Looking Ten Years Younger

Of all the things that can shake us to our core, there are none quite as dramatic as looking into the mirror and thinking, ‘wow, I got old.’ While much of how old we feel is connected to our attitude and how happy we are, it’s hard to deny that it’s difficult to feel youthful when we’re constantly reminded that we’re no longer a spring chicken. However, we don’t have just to roll over and submit to time’s march; we can fight back, and in fact, there are a number of things we can do that’ll take ten years off our age. Take a look below.



Get Active

You might have resisted joining a gym in your younger years, but it’s worth reconsidering if you’re determined to look and feel younger. Exercise has many, many benefits; it boosts our mood, improves our health, and yes, makes us look younger than we are. How? In many ways. Studies have shown that exercise can slow down the aging process in cells, which means at a fundamental level you’ll be fighting back practically. It’ll also keep your trim and toned, so you won’t have the telltale signs of belly and arm fat that can give your age away.

Take Care of the Skin

For most people, it’s not their attitude, how they dress, or anything else that makes them look old: it’s their skin. Above anything else, it’s important that you take care of your skin if you want to maintain that youthful look. If you’re spending time in the sun, it’s imperative that you wear lotion to protect yourself from the sun’s harmful rays. If you’ve already got a few wrinkles and blemishes, take a look at the cryotherapy treatments available at; it’ll tighten your skin, giving it a more youthful and more energetic look. Additionally, make sure you have a skin moisturizer in your makeup bag, and use it on your hands regularly.

Eat the Right Foods

You are what you eat, or so they say, so make sure you’re eating those foods that will contribute to a youthful look. Fish that are high in Omega-3 (see a list at, high-quality olive oil, dark chocolate, and green tea will all help keep you looking young. And bonus: these foods and drinks are delicious, too.

Don’t Fight All Battles

One part of looking young is…not to try to look too young. You can’t win all the battles, and knowing which ones to let go off will, paradoxically, make you look younger. There’ll come a time when you have to get rid of those flowing locks, in which case switch out for a shorter bob. The same goes for clothes. Eventually, you should give up on following the youthful fashions, and instead focus on clothes that’ll bring out your best features.

And finally, remember to stay open, energetic, and full of fun! With that attitude, plus the tips mentioned above, you’ll have people amazed when you tell them your real age.


Light & Shade: The Key To Highlighting Your Facial Features


Even the most beautiful women struggle with their looks sometimes. And while nobody’s face is perfect we’re all trying to make the most of what we’ve got by using accessories or trying to highlight certain attributes. But also we could all just benefit from a decent guide on how to highlight what you consider to be the most desirable parts of your face. So here’s a quick cheat sheet to make your face look complete and make you feel better.

Emphasizing Your Eyes

Apart from going for a dramatic makeup look, there are a few simple ways to emphasize the windows to your soul without going overboard in terms of your makeup. One of the simple and effective ways is to tight line the upper lash line by using a black pencil or a gel liner into the water line part and between the eyelashes. This will create a lot of definition. In addition, put a small amount of eyeshadow or highlighter by the tear ducts in the corners of your eyes to make them look larger.

Your Cheekbones

Short of having plastic surgery there are a few other ways to give your cheekbones that defined look we are all after. The first thing to do is to use a matte contouring cream or powder and blend the color into your cheeks, you do this by sucking them in to see where the shadow should go. After that, use some powder blush above the shadow to blend in the color and then add some highlighter above the blush which will help to add some more dimension to your cheekbones.

Divert Attention From Your Nose

Usually, contouring techniques are the best approach to making your nose appear small in stature. To do this make sure you draw a straight line down the bridge of your nose with a highlighter or a concealer, and this highlighter has to be a bit lighter in tone than your skin and blend it well. In addition to this, you can also use a darker powder on the sides of your nose to add some shade, so it will disguise the shape.

Your Forehead

A lot of us struggle with a high forehead so if you want to draw attention away from it, your hair is the best approach. Contouring your hairline will be the best way to draw attention away, and by using a foundation that is darker than your usual foundation and go with the natural curve of your hair before blending it in, it will help a lot.

Showing Off Your Lips

We all want to have thicker and fuller lips, but the best way to do it is to add a shimmery highlighter to the miniscule V-shape in the middle of your top lip (also known as your cupid’s bow), and it will make them appear fuller without needing to add color.

As you can see, there are many simple and effective ways to highlight your attributes which doesn’t require excessive trips to the mirror to retouch your makeup. All you need to do is to understand a bit more about maximizing shade and minimizing light!

Glamming Up The Little Things

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 Keeping yourself looking and feeling good can be quite hard in the 21st century, there are unrealistic beauty standards that we are expected to achieve and this can put us down! However, there are some things that you can do to make your look that extra bit better, so keep on reading to find out about them!

Dying Your Ends

Your hair is one of the focal points for your look, it’s colour and style determines the way in which people view you! There isn’t anything subtle about hair because it’s out for everyone to see and often isn’t easily hidden, however there is one thing you can do; dye the ends! Instead of dying the entire length of your hair, if you just do the ends you can achieve a very cool but subtle look with your hair. It’s in opposition to dying the entirety of your hair.  It’s also cheaper too as you’re not going to be dying the whole of length of your hair, so you’re going to be able to make the dye last longer!

Getting Your Nails Done

Your nails are like hair for your hands, they’re what either make the look or break it! However, unlike hair they are incredibly subtle and can make a great addition to your look, so long as they match! You have two options with nails, you can either buy add on ones from websites like or you can get them done at a local nail salon. Why is this so good you ask? Well, it doesn’t hurt your bank very much at all and it’s something that can change your entire look if you really get it right, but people won’t be able to put their finger on it so it’s a subtle game changer!


Eyeliner can go two ways, it’s either too bold or too little, but it’s one of the most important things on your face that dictates the look! Your eyeliner should match your look ideally, but there is a way to make it subtle and enhance your look at the same time, so how do you do it? The trick is to put as little on as possible without making it stand out; a short but wide wing will do the job right, it will be barely noticeable but it will contribute greatly to the look. To achieve this, you’re going to need eyeliner that matches your skintone well and goes on easy, the likes of which you can get from and make sure it matches your eyeshadow too else it’s going to stick out loads 

Doing all of these things is recommended if you want to go for a subliminally killer look, you’re going to have just the ends of your hair dyed a different colour so you stand out but not too much, your nails are going to make your hands look even more elegant and stylish and your eyeliner is going to just finish it all off! The one thing we haven’t covered though is the smile, so read this to learn how to take care of yours!