Cinnamon is a delicious spice and you probably know it has some great benefits for your health. But did you know that the benefits of cinnamon go much beyond health and fitness? You can also use it in your beauty routine. Those same anti-bacterial, antifungal, antioxidant and analgesic properties that are good for your inside body are good for your skin too. This means topical application is just as good as ingesting cinnamon. So, listen up ladies (and gents), because here are some ways to use cinnamon in your beauty routine. Rub your face with a mixture of sugar, cinnamon and coconut nectar. (Shutterstock) 1. Cinnamon scrub Give your face a good old clean with a simple homemade cinnamon scrub.
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Whoever said that matchy-matchy accessorizing was a fashion faux pas hasn't seen the latest collaboration between Essie nail polishes and jewelry designer BaubleBar. You can literally match your nail polish to your earrings, and it's adorable. As Allure reports, BaubleBar's Sugarfix Collection of pink, neutral, blues, and shimmery-toned earrings comes in a mix of dangling styles that were designed to pair with eight shades of nail polish.
If you desire a personalized, cosmic-cosmetic experience but are over telling everyone that you're "such a Taurus," look no further than Innisfree's new, limited-edition Birthstone Matte Mineral Setting Powder ($8). The K-beauty brand's beloved oil-controlling loose powder now comes housed in a cushion based on all 12 birthstones, from garnet all the way to turquoise.
Unlike some restaurants, where your receipt gives you a gentle nudge toward gratuity by listing the exact dollar amounts for a 15, 20, or 25 percent tip, the salon is much trickier, with no indication of who (if anyone) gets extra money and how much to give. There's also the issue of knowing where your money is going: There's much more discussion around servers' salaries than there is around our stylists'. To shed some light on what's really going on at the salon, Glamour talked to stylists, assistants, and owners around the country to find out. Commission, explains Siobhán Quinlan, a colorist at Art + Autonomy Salon in NYC, means that employees are paid for the services performed, of which they only keep a portion, usually somewhere between 40 to 60 percent of the price.
For as long as I can remember, I've struggled with fairly severe facial redness. And I don't mean charming windbitten cheeks or a child-like rosy glow, but rather a full-blown, allover flush that often poses questions from strangers like, "Did you get too much sun, sweetie?" No, actually, I slather on sunscreen like it's my job — which it kind of is — but thanks so much for asking. (Clearly, it's a sore subject.) My situation is unique in that I don't actually have rosacea, aka the most common cause of facial redness. Nope, I was born with a rare genetic skin condition called Netherton Syndrome, which causes my skin to be hypersensitive and prone to adverse reactions from just about anything
A post shared by Nail Sunny (@nail_sunny) on May 21, 2018 at 11:01am PDT If you didn't already realize, everything can be made into nail art, including the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Nail Sunny, the account behind all of the craziest trends including molar nail art and the creepy Kylie Jenner/Stormi art, has done it again and produced Harry and Meghan nails complete with a lace veil, bouquet, and jeweled tiara.
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Glossybox prides itself with its beautiful packaging and introducing you to exciting new products from around the world. The company was founded in Berlin in 2011 and has since located to 10 countries. Glossybox strives to provide its subscribers with early access to the newest beauty products, even ones that aren't available in North America yet. For just $21 a month, and valuing up to $100 or more, every “glossy” receives 5 deluxe or full-sized items ranging from eyeliner to facial oils. Every month, each box is carefully curated by beauty experts to meet the expectations and standards you provide in your beauty profile. Subscribers also receive a fold-out card providing detailed information
As someone with straight hair, I love utilizing hot tools to give myself curls. Unfortunately, I used to run into the problem of having limp, lifeless strands by noon.