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It's not just presents that can get tied up with a bow this holiday season! We're obsessed with this french braided updo with a topknot bow that @staych1c created on our #BirchboxSoho ass't manager @jordanskiles. If you're in the NYC area don't forget you can book your own hair services on

from The Zoe Report

Adopt These Habits In Your 30s To Look Younger Longer

Add An Eye Cream - Here's your chance to stop deep-set crow's feet before they start. Introduce an eye cream to your daily regimen and stick with it. Since fatigue shows up in your eyes almost instantly, and the area is prone to dehydration (not to mention it's where people look first), it's so important to handle with care.

from TotalBeauty

The Only Way You Should Ever Put On Makeup

This is a good start. There are different techniques out there, but this is a good basic order. People often ask why you'd want to do foundation after eyes; it's because many shadow shades have "fallout" from glitter and shimmer, and waiting to do foundation until after eyes are done is a good way to fix shadow that falls to the under eye area during application. -RR

from BuzzFeed

17 Incredible Photos That Show The Power Of Makeup

Pinner said: Full steps below 1⃣Starting from the nostrils draw a line upwards past the lash line and extended almost to the hairline 2⃣Add contouring to areas you want to define and or slim down [cheekbones, nose, jawline, and chin] 3⃣Picture 4 shows the progress as you start to blend it helps to WORK FROM THE OUTSIDE IN- contouring along the hairline and jawline will…