If you believe magazine style sections, then we always make beauty decisions with the right frame of mind. We take care of ourselves. We never forget to moisturise. We are waxed, prepped, plucked and preened at all times. We don’t cut our cuticles or make any other bad decision. We’ve got this. But… it’s not quite true is it?
We all have those moments when we decide to make what we know, on some level, is a very bad decision. Then we have to deal with the aftermath.
So no judgement here: let’s accept we’re all human and prone to the occasional ridiculous mistake. What we need to focus right now is the aftermath and how you cope with the decision you made – turn the frown upside down, swear never to do it again, and fix the issue. It is possible!
New Year is just a couple of weeks away, which means that now is the perfect time to start planning your New Year’s Eve glam. Whether you are attending a big, fancy party or are planning on having a quiet dinner at your favorite restaurant, it doesn’t matter; these beauty hacks will still come in handy. After all, no matter how you plan on spending your New Year’s Eve, you still want to look and feel great. So with that in mind, below are all the best beauty hacks for getting yourself glammed up and gorgeous.
Over the holiday season, there’s a lot of pressure to get things done. Buying gifts, seeing all your friends and family, cooking a lot of Christmas food – and of course, chances are you’ll have a lot of parties to attend! And you probably feel like you’d like to look your best at them. Here are four top tips on how to look good this winter.
Yes, there’s a huge stigma surrounding tattoos. If you’re ever expressed any interest in getting one, I’m sure you’ve been met by backlash, eye-rolls, huffs or simply looks of genuine disapproval from someone. Of course, this is all completely ridiculous. Aside from the obvious fact that your body should be yours to do with as you please (and it seems a little strange that we’re all so concerned with how everyone else looks anyway), tattoos are a form of art.
Thankfully, as of late, people have become more accepting in tattoos; for the most part, at least. Employers are still rather divided and varied on the subject, meaning that the majority of people place tattoos in areas concealed by their work clothes.
I’ve mentioned it time and time again, being healthy should always be on top of everyone’s priority list. In this day and age, so much advice gets flung at us from so many different directions that it’s hard to be able to tell what exactly we should and shouldn’t do. Here are some tips to help you change your lifestyle and become more healthy.
Cellulite: a woman’s worst enemy. It seems that in 2016, we have finally come to a point where women are not being constantly pressured about their weight. There’s still a lot of ‘fat shaming‘ that goes on from trolls with nothing better to do, and most of us would admit that we wouldn’t mind losing a few pounds here and there. But overall, the message of body positivity continues to be shouted loud and clear.
If you are happy with your current weight, there are ways you can enhance your natural body that don’t involve slimming down – so you can look and feel gorgeous in your own skin. A common complaint among women is the appearance of stretch marks and cellulite.
These are both things that affect nearly every grown woman, regardless of weight – yep, even skinny girls get cellulite! But if you would like to minimize the appearance of yours and get smooth glowing skin, take a moment to read the following tips.
Without a doubt, it’s harder to look good over the winter than over the summer. Living in Canada, seasons happen every year and one has to learn how to cope with the changes. Weather can go from being extremely hot to wearing a snowboarding jacket as an alternate winter jacket. Some days you’ll get a week of a downpour of rain and other weeks you’ll have to deal with the temperature dropping in its negatives. Here are some tips to help you look good and feel great through the coldest, darkest months of the year.