3 Exfoliating Benefits using Mary Kay Skin Care

TimeWise Repair Revealing Radiance Facial Peel An advanced skin exfoliation method: skin looks more radiant, feels significantly smoother and tighter. The power of glycolic acid, skin’s own natural renewal process is enhanced as younger-looking, skin looks brighter, and reduce fine lines and wrinkles. *Results based on a four-week independent clinical study in which 45 women used TimeWise Repair®Revealing Radiance® Facial Peel twice a week.

Botanical Effects Invigorating Scrub Unclogs pores, suitable for sensitive skin. It contains antioxidant-packed dragon fruit extract to help fight skin-damaging free radicals and not only will your skin look smoother, but the scrub awakens tired-looking skin for a well-rested radiance and healthy glow. While Botanical Effects® is considered suitable for sensitive skin, it was not formulated specifically for those with sensitive skin.

TimeWise Microdermabrasion Plus Set Dramatically improves skin texture and makes pores appear smaller. It visibly improves the look of fine lines and makes skin high definition-worthy.

TimeWise Microdermabrasion set is my favorite, It makes my skin so soft, smooth and clean easily. I use it 2 times a week and follow the pore minimize and moisturizer. It’s really take off the layer of dead skin in my face. Just have to rub slowly and properly.

Botanical Effects Invigorating Scrub This scrub does not only make my skin look smoother, but it also awakens my tired-looking skin for a well-rested radiance and healthy glow. This scrub is more on the mild side and you can use it twice or thrice a week. It instantly makes my skin softer after one usage. It makes me look so fresh because of mild scrub contains antioxidant-packed dragon fruit extract to help fight skin-damaging free radicals. It also features aloe extract for an added boost of antioxidants. If you are in the ’20s or ’30s this is good for your skin. I have been using this scrub for almost 8 months while almost 2 years when I was using Microdermabrasion. So its very worth of money when you try it.

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4 Tips of Using the Eye Makeup Removal the Right way!

The skin around the eyes is up to 10 times more delicate than the skin of the rest of your face and it’s important to take care the right way. Improper way of removing your eye makeup can lead to puffy eyes, more noticeable wrinkles, sagging skin!

Here’s a few things which you should not to do while removing eye makeup.

  1. DO NOT USE FACIAL CLEANSER ON EYES Using a facial cleanser on your eyes can have a drying effect. You should handle the skin around your eyes like a baby by using a well-balanced eye makeup remover such as Oil-Free Makeup Remover to prevent the area from drying.
  2. TO HAVE SUFFICIENT TIMING The best way to remove eye makeup is to use soaked cotton pads in Oil-Free Makeup Remover and keeping them over your lids and lashes for about 15 seconds to allow remover to dissolve the waterproof makeup before wiping.
  3. DO NOT RUB HARSHLY It can lead to redness and irritation around the eyes, and over time, the formation of fine lines. Remember to be gentle when removing your eye makeup.
  4. DO NOT USE THE COTTON PAD OVER AND OVER You’ll end up redepositing the makeup you just removed. First, use the full pad to wipe across your eye, and then fold the clean side in half. Now, fold the side in quarters so you can clean the leftovers without using your entire stack of cotton pads.

I recommend Mary Kay® Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover It gently removes eye makeup, including waterproof mascara, without tugging or pulling the delicate skin in the eye area. Formula does not leave skin feeling greasy and it clinically tested for skin irritancy and allergy. Suitable for contact lens wearers. Suitable for sensitive skin and sensitive eyes. Hypoallergenic, oil-free and ophthalmologist-tested.

($17) (P799)
(P1,300)

I love Clinique products they are fragrance free and always dermatology tested. Clinique makeup remover cleaned my face thoroughly faster and easier. It suitable for all skin types.

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How to Apply Mascara like a Pro (Quick Mascara Dating Guide)

Mascara makes your eyes look brighter and full of life, and the lip color adds a little color to your face. So even when you’re going all out on your makeup, the final touches with mascara will complete your look. At the same time, an improper application can ruin your look. If your mascara is clumpy, uneven or smudged-it may end up appalling.

There are few things that can be followed before applying mascara if you’re looking to achieve the full look. Pick the right one before doing anything else, you will have to find mascara that suitable for you.

Mascara Dating Guide

FIRST DATE Go for striking volume that’s not too over the top and lasts until you say goodnight with Mary Kay Ultimate Mascara.

OUTDOOR DATE For natural lashes that won’t run despite the weather, reach for the clear mascara, Mary Kay Lash Primer

ROMANTIC EVENING Long, fluttering fringe is a must when staring into each other’s eyes. Be ready for extended, candlelit eye contact with Mary Kay Lash Love Lenghtening Mascara.

STAYING IN Dates spent watching movies under a fuzzy blanket call for naturally flawless- looking lashes created with Mary Kay Lash Love Mascara.

NIGHT OF DANCING This is the time to break out your boldest, most head-turning lashes. Look no further than Mary Kay Lash Intensity Mascara.

How to Apply Mascara Perfectly?

  • CURL YOUR LASHES Start by curling your lashes with lash curler. Place the curler at the base of your upper lashes, close the curler and hold it in a place for a seconds.
  • GET THE PRODUCT ON THE WAND Taking the tube of mascara swirl the wand around to coat with mascara properly. Make sure you’re not pumping your wand in to the tube repeatedly. This pushes air into the tube and makes the mascara clumpy and it dries out faster.
  • COAT YOUR LASHES Starting at the roots, apply the mascara with wriggling motion.This ensures that there is more volume at the roots. You can repeat the mascara application by applying another coat depends on the volume you wish to add to your lashes.
  • DO THE SAME FOR THE LOWER LASHES Since they tend to be sparser and smaller, you might even opt for an altogether different mascara, or switch over the wand that has smaller bristles.
  • BRUSH OUT THE CLUMPS If you have lashes that are sticking together or have clumps you can brush or comb them out with the help of a clean wand.

Mascara Application Tips:

  • The best way to get those curly lashes is to curl your lashes once before applying mascara and after the mascara has dried.To make lashes look extra thick, it’s best to dab and puff the lashes with translucent powder before applying the mascara.
  • If on other hand, you’re going for trendy eye look, In case you have decided to rock, I’m talking about greens, blues, purples it looks gorgeous though you can skip your smokey eyes effect.

Now go get and play your Mascara no matter what the occasion!

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What should you expect before you get Semi-Permanent Makeup?

Thinking of getting your makeup permanently applied? Maybe you hate applying your eyeliner, eyebrow daily, or you aren’t able to apply it as precisely as you’d like, or maybe you just hate the constant struggle of trying to achieve the perfect cat eye or perfect eyebrow. Or maybe you don’t have time every day and rushing to go to work without eyebrow. Whatever your reasons, you may find a solution in getting semi-permanent makeup.

First of all, it’s important to note that permanent eyeliner, eyebrow, lip tint isn’t really permanent (more on that later). It’s just the term that the industry uses, and is more accurately semi-permanent. A needle is used to deposit ink into the skin. The process isn’t the same as getting a tattoo because the pigment is deposited only into the first layers of the skin. The ink used for regular body tattoos is formulated differently and goes much deeper. The longevity of the color and its visibility will eventually fade depends on the skin of each person.

“As a precaution, we ask [clients] to stop taking any blood thinners for three days prior, most as possible 1 week before clients appointment, even things like aspirin, Advil, fish oils, certain vitamins, to minimize any potential bleeding, which normally doesn’t happen,” And if you’re pregnant or nursing, or have diabetes or other serious illnesses that affect your immune system and ability to heal, you may not be an ideal candidate of having a semi-permanent makeup or it’s a good idea to speak to your doctor about it before you go ahead with your permanent or semi-permanent makeup application.

The technician or the beauty artist will work with the client and take into account their facial features to determine what size and shape the eyeliner or the eyebrow should be.

How long does the procedure take? The procedure will take depends on how [thick] the client wants it and the skin of the client, If they want traditional eyeliner, natural eyebrow or just like natural lip for lip tint, it can be done in one to two hour, including numbing and pre-drawing, but if they like a wing or cat eye, it would take longer.

Does it hurt? One of the most frequently asked questions about permanent makeup concerns the matter of pain. Luckily there are now many products the permanent makeup technician can use that will reduce the pain of any and all procedures. A numbing cream is applied to the area prior to the actual procedure. Once the effects of the cream kick in, the whole process should theoretically be pretty painless. However, everyone has a different pain tolerance, which means some people might find the procedure to be only minimally uncomfortable, while others may find it to be very painful even with a numbing cream. When thinking about it, most people assume permanent eyeliner is the most painful procedure. Some clients who’ve said their eyeliner procedure was more painful than microblading. Permanent lip work is the most painful procedure but well worth the effort. The freedom from not having to wear lipstick while exercising, going out in public and for any time where it might be a hassle, makes permanent lip color a wonderful service to consider.

What’s the healing process? You may experience some scabbing, but it will likely be minimal. If you do have scabbing, do not pick it off, you may notice little black flakes fall out. The application should generally heal within three to seven days, but a thicker application may take seven to 10 days. You should definitely avoid touching or rubbing while they heal, so you don’t spread any germs or bacteria around the area but the healing process differs from person to person and depends on several factors.

How long does it last? And if you hate it, will it ever fully disappear? The “tattooed” eyeliner typically lasts about a year, though it could last two or three years. However, the pigment will eventually fade. Some of my clients come back after about a year to get touch-ups. If you eventually decide you don’t want the eyeliner, it’s possible for it to completely fade in one to three years. Everyone’s skin holds the pigment differently, so it’s tough to say how long it will take for the liner to become invisible. Microblading generally lasts from 12 to 24 months, although depending on the individual it can last longer. From 12-15 months after your initial visit, you can book an appointment to maintain your eyebrow shape and give the color a boost. The healing process differs from person to person and depends on several factors.

The big question: How much does it cost? Having your eyeliner, eyebrow or whatever semi-permanent makeup you want to apply this way definitely doesn’t come cheap. Semi-Permanent makeup typically costs $50 to $800 per procedure, depending on the type of makeup, the body part and number of visits required. Eyebrows, which usually require two visits, usually cost $400 to $600. Permanent eyeliner usually costs $200 to $400 for just upper or just lower eyeliner, or $400 to $600 for upper and lower. A full lip color with liner, which typically requires two to three visits, typically costs $600 to $800. As with any tattoo, color can fade over time and periodic touch-ups might be required. And the cost still depends on the clinic or area.

Material on this page is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as medical advice. Always consult your physician or pharmacist regarding medications or medical procedures.

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