|Mateso sasa basi!!!|
Thursday, January 31, 2013
|FROM ISRAEL TO TANZANIA(DEAD SEA MINERALS)|
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Monday, January 28, 2013
Sunday, January 27, 2013
Saturday, January 26, 2013
To first set the skin, apply my Perfect Prep Poreless Primer all over the face and my Cancellation Concealer directly underneath the eyes.
To achieve natural-looking coverage, first, apply my Ultimate Performance Liquid Foundation. Next, add a sweep of my NEW Diamond Unpowder that will illuminate the skin followed by brushing on my Effortless Airbrush Highlighter and Blush Duo to the cheeks in order to provide a soft, radiant glow to the skin.
To achieve a rich, smokey eye – try my Evercolor Shadow Stick in Saddle Shimmer. Apply this all over the eyelid and underneath as well. Next, select a few shades from the Mally Beauty In the Buff Palette and sweep that onto the eyelids. Finish the look by applying a small amount of my Age Rebel Shadow Stick in Chocolate Diamond on the bottom lid right under your eyelashes to open up the eye followed by using my Lightwand Eyebrightener to the inner corners to instantly brighten this area. Lastly, to achieve this bold eyeliner at-home, try using the Mally Beauty Evercolor Starlight Eyeliner in Midnight, layered with the Ultimate Performance Ink Eyeliner (which is exclusive to QVC.com).
Compliment this confident eye by pairing it with a mascara that will enhance the overall look – such as the Mally Beauty Volumizing Mascara and/or my NEW Instant Impact Mascara. To create glossy, Beyoncé worthy lips try my High Shine Lip Gloss in Mally’s Look or Mally’s Baby.
And last but not least, before you leave the house, apply the Mally Beauty Face Defender to lock your makeup in place and Perfect Prep Hydrating Under Eye Brightener to make the eyes pop!
Anyone can achieve this easy-to-wear look at home. It works on all ages, skin type and color!
Friday, January 25, 2013
Thursday, January 24, 2013
1. Wear Sunscreen- No matter what your age, or the extent of aging on your skin, it is never too late to prevent further damage with a good SPF. Wear an SPF of at least 30 everyday on your face and chest.
2. Get Beauty Sleep- Sleep is essential for your body to heal itself. You regenerate and re-charge when you sleep, so make sure you make is a priority. Aim for at least 8 hours or more every night.
3. Exfoliate- When you exfoliate your skin, new and younger skin emerges. Be sure to exfoliate at least twice a week. If you have alot of sun damage or wrinkles, consider a chemical peel at a dermatology office.
4. Take Supplements- There are a few supplements that can aid in keeping you looking young. Vitamin C promotes collagen, Vitamin D and Niacinamide keep your skin healthy, and Omega 3.6.9. keep your skin hydrated from within. Resveratrol, which is found in red wine, can be taken in supplement form to aid in anti-aging. Take a multivitamin daily, and choose supplements you can commit to taking everday.
5. Stay Hydrated- Drink plenty of water and green tea. Green tea is a great antioxidant drink and water is essential for plump, healthy looking skin.
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
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Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Not popping a pimple is one of those cardinal beauty rules that is often broken, but there are things you can do to lessen the damage if you do choose to squeeze. Your best bet is to leave your extractions to the pros. But if you can't resist the urge, take some advice from celebrity esthetician Renée Rouleau. "If you are going to squeeze a zit or blemish, make sure you aren't making it worse and creating further damage to the skin," she says. "The issue isn't just the blemish itself, but the red, dark, or purple mark left over from picking can linger for months. So the goal is to get the infection out of the skin in the least invasive way." Learn how to do that when you follow these steps.1. Assess the blemish: Before you pop, determine what type breakout you have and if it's something that needs extracting. "Cystic acne, the hard, sore blemishes that develop deep within the skin and can linger for weeks, should never be squeezed," Rouleau warns. "Cystic blemishes will rarely ever come up to the surface. Rather, they develop deep within the skin and they heal deep within the skin."
2. Know when it's ready to pop: A blemish that has just appeared is another one you should leave alone. "If you do not see the whitehead on the very surface of the skin, do not touch it whatsoever as you can damage the surrounding tissue and make the infection worse than it already is," Rouleau explains. "Do not proceed until you see a visible whitehead on the very surface of the skin."
3. Extract the right way: If you have a whitehead that's at the surface, wrap tissues around each of your forefingers — these fingers offer the best control when putting pressure on the skin. "The key to squeezing is that you want to get under the blemish; don't squeeze on the top," Rouleau says. Keep your fingers a bit outside the blemish, and not too close together, so that you create a very mild pressure that removes the infection from underneath, allowing it to pop out. Once something has come out, reposition your fingers at a different angle and repeat. "If nothing came out, it meant that it was not ready and the blemish should have never been touched in the first place." To help soften the skin before you extract, apply a warm towel over the whitehead.
4. Apply a spot treatment: "If and only if the pus did come out, you should now apply a spot treatment to help dry up and draw out any remaining infection," including camphor, zinc and sulfur, which all help to remove any impurities that lead to breakouts. Make sure you only apply a spot treatment after the infection has been removed.
Monday, January 14, 2013
Sunday, January 13, 2013
>>>Oily Skin ni kero kwa wengi wetu,soma ushauri hapo chini na products husika kwa tatizo lako zipo AK Cosmetics...
Oil dissolves oil, so oily/acne-prone skin can benefit from small amounts of oil-based cleansers occasionally. Truth be told, cleansers with salicyclic acid are better.
Oil-based cleansers are great because like dissolves like in chemistry. So a oil-based cleanser can dissolve oils within your skin. Tremendous.
But oil-based treatment products are not great for those with oily/acne prone skin because they only contribute to pores that are already filled with sebum, overproducing oil. So do yourself a favor and nix this trend altogether if you have oily/acne-prone skin.
It’s complicated; you have a cabinet full of toners, creams and serums and you don’t know what goes on when. Using products in the wrong order could mean you’re not getting the most for your money. Here’s a guide to make it easy for you.
Toners are astringents, which means they contract tissue like pores, making your face feel tighter. They often contain alcohols and are used to remove oil from the skin as well as tightening. Therefore, you should use them first. If you have dry or sensitive skin, however, you might skip them completely because they can make dryness worse.
Serums are liquid cosmetics. They usually have antioxidants or peptides to minimize the day’s damage done to your skin and to give you a more youthful appearance. Serums are applied first so that there’s nothing between their expensive ingredients and your skin. The exceptions are serums that contain silicone or dimethicone. Silicone helps lock moisture in your skin, but it also acts as a barrier hindering anything above it from getting to your skin. Silicone serums should be applied last. Like expensive serums, any prescription medications should also be applied first to ensure that their active ingredients penetrate the skin unhindered. If you have both, then apply the prescription first and the serum second.
3. Eye Cream and Face Cream
Face and eye creams can be simple moisturizers or complex anti-aging products. Eye creams usually have antioxidants to help restore this most delicate skin. If you have one, then apply it before your face cream. Otherwise, by applying your face cream first, you risk rubbing it into your eyes. Once your prescription medications (if any) serums, and eye creams have absorbed, then apply your face cream last. If your serum has silicone or dimethicone, then apply it last, so its protective ingredients are the outermost barrier