I believe that your personal style should never be sacrificed for an airplane ride. Whether I’m at the airport at 6AM or mid-day, I keep my sweatpants and slippers tucked away in my bag. However, I don’t go to extremes, and the airport isn’t my personal runway as it seems to be for…
We’ve all had these hiccups with our beauty routines! Check out our fixes.
Help! I can’t get the dry shampoo out of my hair in the shower. Fix: Massage a few drops of liquid clarifying shampoo into dry strands BEFORE getting your hair wet and lather up. We like the Blow Hydra Quench Shampoo.
Help! Self-tanner stained my sheets or clothes. Fix: We always suggest doing self- tanning early in the day so it has time to absorb. If you are doing it before bed use a makeup brush and dust yourself with talc powder. It forms a barrier. Or just use towelettes!
Help! I am impatient and smudge my nail polish before it dries. Fix: Dab the pad of your index finger in remover. Lightly sweep it over the dent to smooth it out.
In with the new, out with the old… this means discarding the old product that maybe one day “I will need or I’ll want to use”. We all have that shelf of products we are going to use some day and all of a sudden the products on that shelf have been there for months, maybe even years. Wondering if it is time to toss it? We’ve put together some key dates to help determine:
Shampoos, Conditioners and Gels: 2 Years
Sunscreen, retinoids and acne products: 6 Months - Sunscreens and prescription products are required to print an expiration date. But whatever the date, once opened, use the product within six months.
Moisturizers: 1 to 2 Years - If they are in a tub or jar, they’ll become more quickly contaminated, so toss them within a year. Moisturizers in a tube can last two years.