This unusual mask is great to clear out blocked pores and combat blackheads. Simply blend up a tomato, add a generous table spoon of organic natural yogurt, a glug of olive oil and a dash of vinegar. The tomato opens up your pores; the vinegar is a powerful natural detergent; the yogurt acts as a cleansing and softening agent, gently fading dark patches; and the olive oil takes care of dryness and delivers an antioxidant shot.
Concealer is used to cover spots of redness, dark under eye circles, pigmentation spots and any other areas that the foundation was not able to hide. There are a variety of types of concealer: creamy or hard consistency, with brush or regular applicator, in a tube or jar or stick. Take your pick and experiment until you find one that you love. Covering under eye circles Whether liquid form or a stick, when shopping for a concealer, keep in mind your skin shade and the tone of your under eye circles.
Starting at the inner corner of the eye, brush your eyebrows up and out with gentle strokes. You can use the eyebrow gel as a styling aid after unruly eyebrows are shaped by tweezing or waxing. It can help your create a perfect arch shape, which highlights the shape and color of your eyes.
Have you ever wondered what the difference actually is between nail varnish removers? The main decision you have to make is whether you want acetone or non-acetone nail varnish remover. Here's the simple secret: While acetone will work faster at getting the polish off of your nails, non-acetone removers will be gentler to them. So what's in these removers, anyway? Acetone is a clear, harsh-smelling and highly flammable liquid. It's a solvent, capable of disintegrating even plastic. This explains why it works so quickly breaking apart and removing your nail polish. Isopropyl alcohol is typically used in the making of acetone.