For smokey eye makeup what feature colour eye shadow best suits blue eyes ?

For Blue eyes, in addition to black or grey, violet, purple or dark blue eye shadow will look great. The dark blue eye shadow in particular, as it will be darker than your eye colour, will accentuate your blue eyes.

For smokey eye makeup what feature colour eye shadow best suits green or hazel eyes ?

For Green or Hazel eyes, in addition to black or grey, try a deep khaki, dark green, brown, purple or plum colour eye shadow.

For smokey eye makeup what feature colour eye shadow best suits brown eyes ?

For Brown eyes, in addition to black or grey, copper, coffee, and brown will give you a great smokey eye effect.

Once you have chosen your feature eye shadow colour you need to choose your supporting eye shadow colour. If you prefer to use single eye shadows, rather than a colour coordinated duo or triple eye shadow, choose a light colour eye shadow that matches your feature eye shadow colour. Possible colours to choose from, for a soft sophisticated look, are: lilac, light peach, champagne, taupe, nude or a sand color. For a more dramatic high contrast look you could use a whitish colour eye shadow.

Smokey eye makeup tip: Use powdery eye shadows. Do not use creamy texture eye shadows as they are more difficult to smudge and blend.

Smokey Eye Makeup Guide Step 2: Choose your eyeliner pencil.

Choose a soft eyeliner pencil of the same colour or a complementary shade to your feature eye shadow.

Smokey eye makeup tip: If possible choose a Powderliner eyeliner pencil. They are easier to blend and are sometimes available with a sponge tip for easy blending.

Smokey eye makeup tip: Never use liquid eyeliner. Liquid eyeliners are better for sharper lines, not a soft and sultry finish.

Smokey Eye Makeup Guide Step 3: Apply your foundation base.

Normally you would apply your full foundation before applying your eye makeup. This is not the case when doing smokey eye makeup. You should apply your eye makeup first, that way if you get some of your eye shadow on the rest of your face you won’t ruin your foundation. This also helps avoid a raccoon eye look under your eye. For smoother eye shadow application, that lasts longer, you do however want to first apply a thin layer of foundation to your eyelids followed by a thin layer of face powder to set the foundation. This will give you a clean canvas for your eye shadow and will also help to prevent the eye shadow from creasing. This will also give you more even, accurate, eye shadow application.

Smokey Eye Makeup Guide Step 4: Apply your eyeliner.

Line both the top and bottom rims of your eyes with your eyeliner pencil. Typically you would use a black or charcoal eyeliner pencil but you can also use a dark eyeliner pencil that matches your feature eye shadow colour. Make sure to go into the eyelash line itself (near the root of your eyelashes). Be sure to fill in any bare spaces between the eyelashes. Start from the inner corner of your eyes with a fine line. As you go outwards towards the corner of your eye make the line heavier. If you have any hard lines from using a heavy eyeliner pencil you will want to lightly smudge the line so it is softer and less harsh looking. This step is made a lot easier by using a Powderliner eyeliner pencil with a built in sponge tip for smudging.

Smokey eye makeup tip: Dark colors trend to make small eyes look even smaller. You can open your eyes up by applying eyeliner starting from the middle of the bottom eyelash line, rather than the inside corner, and going to the outer corner of the eye. If your eyes are not smallish feel free to apply the eyeliner from corner to corner.

Smokey Eye Makeup Guide Step 5: Apply your eye shadows

Using your larger eye shadow brush apply your supporting eye shadow colour to your eyelids, up to the base of your eyebrows.
Now, using your feature eye shadow colour, and your small eye shadow brush, apply your dark feature eye shadow onto the eyeliner and then blend it upward to the crease of your eyelid. When blending your feature eye shadow keep as much of the colour intensity as possible along the eyelash line and particularly in the outer corners of your eyes.

Smokey eye makeup tip: Remember smudge and blend so the eyeliner and eye shadows go together seamlessly.

Smokey Eye Makeup Guide Step 6: Apply your mascara

Smokey eye makeup tip: Curl your eyelashes before applying mascara, this opens your eyes up.

Apply 2 or 3 coats of black mascara applying the mascara in thin coats to avoid clumping.

Smokey Eye Makeup Guide Step 7: Complete your smokey eye makeup look

Complete your foundation being careful not to mess up your beautiful smokey eyes.

Keeping your lips neutral gives smokey eyes their real impact. Use a flesh toned lip pencil and a pink or caramel shade of lipstick or lip gloss to give your lips a subtle finish.

For your eyebrows you can use your normal eyebrow pencil. You could also use a shade darker than normal to complement your smokey eyes.

Apply a subtle finish of rose or tawny blusher just to the apples of your cheeks blending away to the edges into your hairline. This finishes the face without competing with your smoldering smokey eyes.

Enjoy your sexy, smoldering smokey eye makeup look!

High Tech Laser Skin Tightening. OK, laser seems to be popping up everywhere, from guiding satellites to performing precision engineering. However, the gradual sideways advance of laser from general surgery into skin care has been a marvel in technology evolution.

Offering sophisticated calibration for energy control, new laser-light face lift therapies, such as the Titan treatment, carefully “heat up” the interior collagen tissue layers of the patient’s skin… stimulating a bio-chemical response that “tightens up” the skin. Except for a faint sense of “heating up”, the laser face lift is pain-free. Sun spots or surface unevenness or rough dry skin are unaffected by laser.

Most people need two to three treatments, spaced about 1 month apart in order to get to a point where the maximum face lift results are created. This multi-treatment strategy, which allows for the body to react, then stabilize, does confer a benefit in that you can clearly control the incremental changes to your appearance, unlike a surgical face lift where “you’re stuck” with whatever face the surgeon lifted. At $1,000 or more per session, laser face lifts like the Titan are not cheap.

Cosmetic Fillers. The simple matter of laughing, smiling, talking, eating, smoking, whatever over years creates an unique facial imprint… your looks with the stamp of time. Sometimes this is good… mostly it results in fine lines, crinkles, crows feet or even deep furrows which increasingly defy creams and cosmetics.

Women and men have a range of effective options to create face lift like results. Collagen fillers or even fat fillers (harvesting your own fat, no less) constantly prove their effectiveness in filling-in low volume facial skin wrinkles. You can also choose synthetic fillers including Hylaform, Radiance, Restylane, Sculptra and others. Benefits? Lines and wrinkles can be filled-in. Treatments are lunch time quick. Costs are low, in the hundreds of dollars. But, your body will eventually re-absorb these fillers, so you’ll need future repeat treatment “in order to hold your results”.

Contour Threads And Thread Lift. Thread lift has popularized itself as a half-step alternative… sitting midway between the laser and radio frequency face lifts techniques on one extreme and full-blown face lift surgery on the other. It’s true that a contour thread procedure requires a surgeon specialist. But this sort of procedure is as close to non invasive as you’ll get… yet it offer results that can hold for 3 to 5 years.

Here’s what’s involved in a typical thread lift face lift. Take a pin-prick size hollow-nose needle entry into one part of your face, near the upper cheek bone. Anchor a wee tiny thread to this location. Work the thread carefully “under your skin” to a second point about 4 inches away. Carefully extract the end of the thread. Now gently pull on the thread. Presto! Your skin lifts… smoothens. Repeat this simple procedure about 4 times on each side of your face and your done.

The Shea Body Bar from The Natural Newborn arrived packaged tightly in a draw string bag, and my first thought was how great it smelled. I chose “Frozen Margarita”, but there are other choices on the website. Ingredients and reordering information were on the side of the package, making it easy for me to order this fantastic soap again.

I was amazed how great this soap really was! Not only is it natural, but it lathers well and leaves skin extremely soft. There’s no “film” left on your skin like other natural soaps leave. It also is a natural white, leaving out unnatural dyes or color additives.

The Natural Newborn specializes in natural baby products. However, they have an excellent line of products for toddlers and moms as well. The Shea Body Bar I had the pleasure of trying out is currently listed under “Handcrafted Soaps”.

On their website you’ll also find “Mommy’s Mini Spa”, which has products such as facial care, body care, and other products just for mom. Under “Toddler Tub” you’ll see items such as hand soaps, skin & body care, bug repellents, and other items for toddlers or older children.

  • Step 1: Holding your hair dryer in one hand, bend at the waist, and flip your hair upside down, so the ends are all hanging towards the ground. With your free hand, grab a handful of the ends of your hair and bring your hand up towards your head, gathering up hair as you go. You should have a big handful of hair. Hold it loosely in your hand, and aim the warm air all around your hand for 15 seconds or so. Release that hair, and repeat with another section of hair. Move all around your head! You should be able to get all of the way around your head with about 5 handfuls.
  • Step 2: When you have had a go at all of your hair, take a few seconds and aim the dryer at your scalp. Rub your free hand in small circles all over your head while aiming the dryer at your scalp. This will create volume in your hairstyle, and even when you wear it straight it is a good technique to use. No one looks good with hair flat to their scalp.

Keep repeating these steps until your hair is mostly dry. The tighter you squeeze your hair as you dry it, the more curl you will get, and the longer it will take to dry. This can take from 5-20 minutes, depending on how long and thick your hair is. When your hair is nearly dry, add a little hairspray at your scalp, and through the rest of your hair, and do one more quick round with the hairdryer. I would love to see what you all can do with this-please send your before and after pictures to me!

Tips: Try having some layers cut into your hair if you don’t have them, to maximize your “curl power!” Also, the more frequently you scrunch your hair, the easier it is. Embrace your curls!

One’s physical appearance is economically driven (the best-looking people have the most success in the business world, according to some statistic or other). One’s physical appearance is a major contributor to the biological imperative (eyes and spaced just so far apart, lips flush, hips of perfect child-bearing proportions and capacities, according to anthropologist Desmond Morris and others, are signs of symmetry and quality of species…which potential mates unconsciously measure). And, of course, our youth driven culture prizes physical beauty in the eyes itself are at the forefront of what we see.

The real cause of bags under your eyes indicates that you have fluid collecting in the loose skin and a filling of the fat deposits in that region of your face (creating shadows), according to one health professional at TeenHealthFX. And causally, you have bags under your eyes (or dark circles under your eyes), as nine out of 10 people do at one time or another in their lives (according to azcentral.com), because of many possible (and combined) causes:

  • Vitamin-deficiency
  • Poor diet
  • Overexposure to sunlight
  • Overuse (number one culprit: long-term pc monitor-reading)
  • Sleep deprivation
  • Allergies
  • Genetics/heredity
  • Cigarette-smoking
  • Disease or illness (or organ damage)
  • Natural aging
  • Stress

So really the question becomes how do you lessen the effect or mask bags under the eyes This is where the beauty industry picks up the baton and runs with it. Mascaras and masking agents can be effective for more milder cases, a perch train cases surgery is also an alternative. For some milder cases, good old fashioned organic “remedies” still suffice. Some people apply warm (pre-steeped) teabags for about ten to fifteen minutes. Others use a slice of raw potato cut in half, each half they put under each eye for about 15 minutes or so. Many others will swear the cucumbers are very effective. And that you can imagine there are tons of creams and lotions available on the market aimed at eliminating bags under your eyes. There are many things that can be done and if you feel that the bags in your eyes are a little more than you can handle that I may suggest you visit a dermatologist.

Types of Body Acne

  1. Comedones This type is considered the ‘mildest’. It occurs when the skin’s sebacious follicle has been plugged or clogged with dead cells combined with other substances such as oil and bacteria. This type of acne is commonly known as a blackhead or a whitehead.
  2. Papules This type of body acne is similar to comedones since they look like small whiteheads up close. They usually appear in clusters, making the affected skin area feel sand-paper rough.
  3. Pustules This type is considered more serious than comedones and papules since pustules usually contain pus, which combines substances such as dead skin cells, bacteria and white blood cells.
  4. Macules Macules are those red and inflamed marks or spots on the skin that have been left by a recently healed pimple, whitehead or blackhead. This type of acne usually takes weeks or even months to disappear.
  5. Nodules This type is considered severe. Though it is similar to the less serious papule, a nodule usually has a deeper root and causes inflammation of the affected area.
  6. Cysts This type of body acne is considered the most serious of all types. Besides having a deeper root and causing inflammation, cysts can also result in skin scarring.

Body Acne Treatment

There is actually no absolute best acne solution that is applicable to everyone. The best acne solution for one person may not be effective for another; thus, one can only seek the body acne treatment that works specifically for his or her situation.

However, it does not mean that you should simply go on a trial-and-error test of all available medications for body acne. You should go for one that has a good reputation for curing acne and for this I recommend a 4% Niacinamide Topical cream…such as Acnessential.

Niacinamide is derived from Vitamin B3 and 4% topical Niacinamide has been proven, in studies by the State University of New York no less, to be as effective at treating acne as the leading topical prescription medication…Clindamycin.

Oats & Aloe Vera Exfoliant for your skin

1 tablespoon finely ground oats 1 tablespoon finely ground almonds 1-teaspoon honey 1-tablespoon Aloe Vera gel Combine ingredients in a bowl and stir until well mixed. Apply to face and neck skin after cleansing and before toner is applied, using gentle circular motions. Rinse well with warm water and gently pat excess moisture from face. Follow with facial mask.

Aloe Vera Face Mask for Healing and Soothing

(Great for sensitive and dry skin, especially after sun bathing) Ingredients: -3 TBS pure and certified organic aloe Vera juice -1 drop Helycrisum essential oil -1 drop Rose essential oil Combine all ingredients and apply mixture evenly on face and neck. Leave it on for at least 7 minutes and rinse with warm water. Pat dry, and apply the following “healing and soothing” aromatic blend, prepared in advance in a 10-ml bottle filled with vegetable oil: -1 drop Neroli essential oil -3 drops Lavender essential oil

Aloe Vera Skin Toner

Soak a cotton pad with pure aloe Vera gel and use it to freshen your skin and remove excess oil. Use daily, following with moisturizer. This is especially good for normal and oily skin and is a great overall toner. Dilute the gel 50/50 with spring water if you have sensitive skin. You can also use the juice of a leaf from your aloe plant. Cut off the amount you are going to use, and put the remainder of the leaf in a plastic bag in the refrigerator. The leaf will keep for about 3 days.

Floral Aloe Vera Gel

1/2 cup Aloe Vera gel (available in most natural food stores) 1 tbsp. dried lavender flowers or 3 tbsp. fresh. 1 tbsp. dried calendula flowers or 3 tbsp. fresh. 1. Mix together the aloe Vera gel with the lavender and Calendula flowers in an ovenproof glass container, then heat the container gently by sitting it in a hot water bath on the stovetop. 2. Let the mixture cool completely, and then pour it through a clean, fine strainer (to remove all of the solids) into a clean container.

Exfoliating Foot Mask

1/2-cup oatmeal 1/2-cup cornmeal 1/2-cup coarse salt 1/2 cup unscented body lotion 4 tablespoons Aloe Vera gel in a large bowl, combine all ingredients. Slide feet into mixture and rub, beginning at toes, working up to heel and ankle. Do one foot at a time, rinsing in a separate bowl of warm water.

Exfoliating Aloe Vera Face Mask

4 Tbsp. Pumpkin puree 1 Tbsp. Honey 4 tsp. Cornmeal 2 tsp. Aloe Vera gel 2 tsp. Pineapple, diced 1 tsp. Green tea 1/2 tsp. Sunflower oil 6 drops frankincense essential oil (optional) 4 drops cinnamon extract (optional) Directions Steep green tea in boiling water. Set aside to cool. In blender or food processor puree pineapple and place in medium-sized mixing bowl. Add pumpkin, honey and aloe. Mix well. Stir in sunflower oil, green tea and cornmeal. Discard the remaining green tea. Add frankincense and cinnamon. Stir. Apply small amount of pumpkin mask to cheeks, forehead, chin and neck. Massage in circular motions gently buffing skin. Repeat. Apply more product as needed. Leave a thin layer of pumpkin mask on face and neck for 15-20 minutes. Rinse with tepid or cool water and pat dry with soft towel. Follow with appropriate moisturizer. Store remaining mask covered in refrigerator for up to 2 weeks. Benefits: Pumpkin enzymes dissolve dead skin cells while the cornmeal sweeps them clean. Honey has antimicrobial properties as well as moisturizes and softens. The result is a beautiful glowing complexion. Use this mask as often as you like.

Scientists are learning that these remedies have a solid basis in scientific fact. Cosmetic chemists call goat’s milk “nature’s liposomes” because it is so easily absorbed into the skin, bringing with it moisture and restorative proteins, minerals and vitamins.

Goat’s milk also contains over 50 nutrients, including the vital vitamins of A, C and B-complex, minerals and other elements that nourish and rejuvenate dehydrated skin. Vitamin A slows down the effects of aging, as well as prevents age spots and thickening of the skin. Zinc contributes to the reconstruction of collagen fibres, encouraging moisture retention and maintaining the skin’s elasticity/ Riboflavin or Vitamin B-2 is another anti-oxidant and is essential for healthy skin, nails, hair and general good health.

Alpha-Hydroxy acid(AHA) naturally exfoliate skin. Goat’s milk has AHA components that contribute to the micro-peeling process, gentry scrubbing off dead skin cells. Goat’s milk helps nourish the newly-grown skin and may encourage the production of elastin. New skin emerges smooth, healthy and younger looking.

Now you can enjoy all these benefits in a goat’s milk, bath daily with goats milk cream bar because it will help rejuvenate your skin naturally.

When your smile is healthy and beautiful, the benefits can follow. First an improved self-image influences a better dental hygiene and an improvement in your overall health.

Can you truly say you’re teeth are white? According to a poll taken by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD), when asked, “What satisfied you least about your smile?” The number one answer people gave was tooth color. Cosmetic dentistry methods such as tooth whitening can give you a whiter and brighter appearance, allowing you to smile with confidence.

The combination of science and modern cosmetic dentistry can produce amazing results that frequently exceed even the highest of patient expectations. This page is here to acquaint you with the materials and techniques available in cosmetic dentistry and restorative dentistry today. Fell free to read the following descriptions of these procedures

Yellow or brown stains, white spots, asymmetrical gum contours and uneven edges can disfigure your smile. Simple corrective cosmetic dentistry techniques can bring dramatic results immediately. All of the following cosmetic dentistry procedures can usually be performed in the dentist office in one or two visits.

  • Jagged tooth edges can be re contoured and polished in one office visit.
  • Asymmetrical soft tissue contours can be corrected in a single office visit with minimal local anesthetic. Your gums can account for as much as 50 percent of the total cosmetic value of your front teeth. This is especially evident in the smiles of younger patients where gums are displayed a lot when smiling or talking. An Anterior soft-tissue re contour is a procedure accomplished in a single visit with a laser and/or electro-surgery techniques. The results are dramatic and predictable may last a lifetime.
  • Yellow or brown stains can be reduced by a simple “whitening” process which involves a patented gel and a blue curing light. The BriteSmile(TM) “whiter teeth in about an hour” treatment is a popular amenities, much faster than laser whitening. The results can be dramatic and stunning. BriteSmile(TM) can whiten your teeth by up to 9 shades whiter in one visit.
  • Many dark and super-white spots can be reduced in one office visit by using an acidic-micro-abrasion scrub. These unsightly spots can safely be removed usually in a single office visit with an “acidic-micro-abrasion technique”. Absolutely no anesthetic is required.

“Touch Up” Cosmetic Dentistry procedures are techniques which give you the biggest “bang for your buck”. These procedures are proven to be simple, safe, quick, and non-invasive. They are inexpensive, and the results are immediate, dramatic and long lasting.

Cosmetic dentistry in San Francisco has gone through many advances over the last decade, with the advent of newer more effective treatments to whiten your teeth, change the appearance your teeth, and with new materials and special equipment with which to use them. Cosmetic dentistry improves the appearance of your teeth using reshaping, bonding, porcelain veneers, or dental implants, and a variety of other industry procedures.

Decayed, cracked and chipped teeth are common, but they can destroy your smile. As a result of tooth-grinding, too-vigorous tooth brushing, decay, or just bad circumstances, many damaged or disfigured teeth can be restored. The Cosmetic Dentist adheres restorative materials directly to your teeth, this technique is called “direct adhesion” (called “bonding”) Direct adhesion methods maximally preserve the existing natural tooth structures. Properly cared for and not abused, these materials last years. Even then, outright material failure is rare.

Cosmetic dentistry techniques can improve the appearance of your damaged, discolored, misshapen, or misaligned teeth. Take the time to find a good cosmetic Dentist in your area to explain to your personally how stress free and painless the procedures can be.

To tell you the truth I believe that if a hairstyle has to become a trendy hairstyle it is just a question of styling products. The trick is to know how to choose the right styling product. So many different styling products are available that you may find yourself lost in the world of styling products. You may buy anything from molding paste, to hair mud. You can even make a trendy hairstyle by yourself. You just need to put any smelly stuff you find around you on your hair and you are ready. You just created the perfect trendy hairstyle.

I keep my trendy hairstyle for seven years now. May be you will say, “Seven years? Oh, it is not already a trendy hairstyle! This is your grandma’s hairstyle!”. Okay, I know, I won’t get offended! I know my hairstyle will not be a trendy hairstyle forever. But I do not want to change it. I love my trendy hairstyle. I still think that it is a trendy hairstyle.

I will set your minds at rest with another story of a trendy hairstyle. I used to know a woman who loved her 80’s bug hairstyle with large quantities of hair spray. Why did she love her hairstyle? We won’t probably understand her. But I believe you met such strange people on the streets every day. Hairstyles from 70s and 80s are getting more and more fashionable.

May be nothing can be done to change these people who love their retro hairdos. I may just say a few words about these people who will never change their high school hairstyles. Come on, people grow up! You are already adults. Just try to find any trendy hairstyle, which can successfully replace your timeless teen hairdo. Remember that this was your trendy hairstyle two or four decades ago. I guess you don’t want to become an outcast person. No matter how much you like your teen cut, try to think of trendier hairstyle. You live in a society that will judge you by your appearance. Look for a suitable trendy hairstyle. Go out and you will find it.

Have you ever tried to find a trendy hairstyle on the World-Wide-Web? There are plenty of trendy hairstyles into the internet. It is easy to find a trendy hairstyle, just type in the keywords “trendy hairstyle” into a search engine like Yahoo! or Google. In less than a minute, you will get many results. You will find it hard to choose one.