Gone are the days of barely-there brows; nowadays we have fluffy, full brows that frame the face, and are always bold. Helping you achieve that bold brow look naturally, the Toppik Brow Building Fibers Set has everything you need to thicken up even the most over plucked brows.
Coloring your hair shouldn’t be a scary thing. Whether you want to hide a few greys or go bold with a new vibrant haircolor, the process of dying your hair isn’t actually that alarming. Think of haircolor like makeup. For instance, like your go-to foundation, haircolor has the power to hide imperfections (read: greys, brassiness, and dull tones) and create a flawless base. Also, like your favorite eyeshadows and highlighters, haircolor can transform your look and illuminate your complexion. It’s a pretty cool thing!
However, the transformative process of haircolor often gets lost behind claims of damage and breakage. With all of these unchecked assumptions out there, it’s no wonder that some are a little weary of how haircolor can affect their strands. To help clear up the confusion, Global Redken Artist Sean Godard weighs in on some of the web’s most popular haircolor theories to set the record straight.
HAIR MYTH #1: “COLORING YOUR HAIR WILL LEAVE YOUR STRANDS DRY AND BRITTLE”
Sean Godard: Fiction! Colored hair has more shine and condition compared to uncolored strands. This is especially true if a client has had a Shades EQ Gloss service. Generally, the only color that will make your hair feel dry and brittle is when using a lightener to strip the color.
L’Oréal USA Announces Cradle to Cradle Certifications for Biolage R.A.W. Nourish Shampoo and Conditioner
L’Oréal USA Announces Cradle to Cradle Certifications for Biolage R.A.W. Nourish Shampoo and Conditioner. Certifications Underscore L’Oréal’s Commitment to Innovating Sustainably and Advancing the Company’s Sharing Beauty With All Objectives
DETROIT, MI, May 23, 2017 — L’Oréal USA announced today that its products Biolage R.A.W (Real – Authentic – Wholesome) Nourish Shampoo and Conditioner have achieved Cradle to Cradle Certified™ SILVER based on an evaluation of the products’ material health, material reutilization, renewable energy and carbon management, water stewardship and social fairness.
If you consider purchases anything with diamonds, whether it be an engagement ring, a necklace or an earring, there are four things to consider. These are cut, color, clarity and carat weight. A common question many prospective customers may ask is what the best “cut” of diamond is.
When it comes to jewelry like diamonds, saying what’s the “best” cut is something that can be considered rather subjective. It depends on the piece of jewelry, it’s size, the color and its purpose (formal, casual or general wear). Thankfully, since there are varying opinions, it does mean that you can find one that is unique to the person for whom you’re buying it: whether it be for a significant other, a parent or yourself. Ultimately, the “cut” refers to the diamond’s ability to reflect light.
The shape of the diamond will therefore have a significant impact on how much the rock will sparkle. Not everyone wants a blinding stone, so that’s also good to keep in mind when expanding your diamond education.
Some of the most common diamond shapes include round and square (also known as “cushion”), the rectangular types (emerald, Asscher, radiant and princess). Two other common types are pear and heart-shaped. Oval is also known as marquise, with pointed edges. Preferences for shape are, of course, a matter of taste and the kind of jewelry you’re purchasing.
Cutting a Little Deeper
Facets and angles are referred to when speaking about the “cut” of a diamond. Number, proportion and symmetry are all factored in as these are what effects the way in which light reflects out of the stone. Diamonds that reflect as much light as possible are referred to as “excellent”. “Poor” stones are those which lose light either out of the bottom or the sides.
Diamonds that are cut with great skill will reflect as much light as possible from the top face (known as the “table”). It is this “brilliance” which will then have an effect on the value of the stone.
Popular Diamond Cuts
Those buying diamonds may wonder what the most popular cuts are. These tend to be round brilliant stones as a number of sources announce that three-fourths of diamonds sold are of this shape. When purchasing a stone or an engagement ring of any kind, however, popularity isn’t the only thing you should look for. Your own personal taste is going to have just as much an effect on the satisfaction you get.
Brushing up on diamond education will ensure that you make an informed choice. To reiterate, it’s also important to keep other factors in mind. Color, clarity and carat weight will all end up
determining the price you pay. Then there are much less technical details to focus on. Do you like the actual shape itself? The jewelry or ring band it comes on? Will your significant other appreciate it, or is there something that is more their taste? These are questions that you can only really answer yourself as they are far more subjective in nature.
Some beauty trends have us raising eyebrows, while some are just damaging to brows in general. From barbed wire, to feathered brows, and even extensions, our brows don’t always get the TLC they need to stay healthy and full. With RevitaBrow Advanced you can recover from any beauty mishap or keep your brows healthy while exploring the latest trend with just one quick swipe a day!
Gone are the days of heavy contouring and dramatic smoky-eyes. Summer is almost here and that means it’s time to convert to a more natural, easy makeup routine. Embrace the #nofilterneeded mantra with the below products from Milani, Mineral Fusion, Jordana and Kleenex and take your makeup look from fierce to fresh.
LA PERLA PRESENTS THE PRE-FALL 2017 CAMPAIGN STARRING KENDALL JENNER SET IN THE KALEIDOSCOPIC WORLD OF AN ENGLISH POP ART GARDEN
NEW YORK, NY: MAY 18, 2017: A surreal garden of gigantic begonias, a colossal hibiscus, and reimagined tulips comes to life in a world of fantasy and art designed by La Perla Creative Director, Julia Haart. Inspired by the works of Georgia O’Keeffe and Peter Max, Haart calls upon her favorite pieces from the pop-art and modernist movements to fuse the Pre-Fall 2017 Campaign with her own cast of psychedelic creativity.