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    Healthy and Hydrated: Skin Health During the Winter Months


    natural look

    Love this serum! All of my friends and family who see my skin are amazed with the results. I don't know what the secret is, but I have gotten such great color that many people have remarked on it. My skin looks healthy, this by far gives an extremely nature looking tan. I was suffering with eczema and all products that I used before to get tan became my skin red, itchy and very angry. This is the first product for tanning that helps with my eczema.

    Wish I could make my eye makeup look like that

    Minimalist Beauty. Bronze contour. Glowing Skin. Messy hair. Beauty. Makeup.

    The clear skin diet #healthy #lifestyle

    Here is the highly requested "Natural Makeup Look" using all of Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette.

    Beautiful porcelain skin

    I love her hair and skin color!


    Makeup, love it!

    DIY Skin Care

    Dry skin should be a thing of the past! Try these tips for smooth, silky skin.

    Dry Itchy Skin- Skin Calming Relief Serum. This serum is quickly and deeply absorbed by even the driest, irritated, chapped or parched skin for immediate and lasting moisturizing relief. Your skin will sigh with relief as calming Oat Kernel and Black Cumin Seed oils soothe and revitalize deep down delivering natural nutrients to help restore your skin. Free of mineral oil, petrolatum or silicone. Free of synthetic fragrance.

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    Pale winter skin got ya down? Here are some nail polish colors that will make you look tan! Read on for the full list.

    Best nutrients for skin

    Milk Bath for Dry Winter Skin

    I have an olive skin tone & black hair, whenever I try dying my hair lighter than light Brown it never looks good with my skin :/ wish I could do something as light as hers!

    Laura Mercier 'Creme Smooth' Foundation: this stuff is fantastic... anti-aging, hydrating.. I love it! Especially good for those with dry skin. This foundation also photographs beautifully (start with a foundation primer for an even more fabulous finish!). BTW, I know it's a bit pricey, but one jar will last you forever!