Make-up artist Rose Gallagher gives her top tips for applying make-up to dry skin, including the best types of foundation and moisturiser.
Make-up artist Rose Gallagher shares her top tips for using concealer without the usual pitfalls.
Make-up artist Rose Gallagher talks us through her favourite products to use on an oily complexion - from prepping your base to setting your finished make-up.
Does contouring baffle you? Make-up artist Rose Gallagher walks us through how to contour in three easy steps
Make-up artist Rose Gallagher walks us through the easy steps to create the perfect smoky eyeshadow.
Never one to half-step something, the new mom will be venturing into skin-care prep, makeup removal, colognes, and perfumes.
The summer weather is finally on its way out but if you’re desperate to maintain your holiday tan, there are several ways to fake a tan without the sun. The best self-tanning products on the market are far superior to the streaky, bronzing creams and mitts that used to be the go-to for DIY fake tan products.However with so many tanning products available, you might be wondering what’s the best fake tan product to use. Fortunately, whether you’re new to self-tanning or looking for the latest to try at home, there’s a method and a product for everyone. Read our beauty tips and recommendations for the best faux glow of your life. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Best 2017 beauty advent calendars for men and women’80s eyeshadow is back, at least according to Chanel’s Paris showPhotographer captures the diverse beauty of women around the world
You might know that lavender is great for relaxing and tea tree oil is super for spot fighting but there’s plenty more that you should be stocking in your cupboard. First of all – why use herbs and botanicals? “Used properly, herbs can improve our ability to tolerate stress, increase our immunity, regulate our hormones and make us stronger,” says Sebastian Pole, Pukka Herbs co-founder and herbal director. “In other words, they can increase the quality and length of our lives”.
The area surrounding our eyes needs a little extra care - we can’t just slap any old face cream on it. The skin there is delicate and thin, and requires some TLC. But, like all beauty products, eye creams and serums tend to come with a pretty hefty price tag. You want to know if that tiny tub is worth its £20+ price tag. So, we’ve done the leg work for you and reviewed some of the most talked about eye products on the market to discover which one’s right for you. The Straight-Talking Fake Tan Guide: This Year’s Top Tanners Tested12 Tried And Tested Waterproof Make-Up Buys
“Even the basics of knowing your skin type will make a big difference. “Just because you are the same age as someone else it doesn’t mean your skin is going to be the same,” explains Skin expert Abigail James. Wading your way through the skin product minefield can be completely overwhelming, which is why you need to tap up the skincare bods in the know.
Looking at the vast array of beauty products available in the shops, you will certainly see the words ‘sulphate-free’ but do you know what it means? Sulphates are a type of detergent that are found in various beauty products, especially shampoo, face cleansers and soaps. The most common sulphates found in beauty products are Sodium Lauryl Sulphate (SLS), Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES) and Ammonium Laurel Sulfate (ALS).
We all go to pretty crazy lengths in order to look our best, which includes trying out some weird and wonderful beauty products.However, these innovative inventions have taken things to a whole new level. From snail eye cream to breast deodorant and tomato skin massager. They may sounds odd but could actually be a completely amazing solution to all our beauty problems. One thing is for sure, we want to give them a go. PRONTO.
We may’ve grown up seeing our grandmothers spray their locks liberally with Elnett hairspray and our mums slather their faces in Creme de la Mer, but times have changed and it’s time to reevaluate the products we deem as ‘cult’ buys. While there’s undeniably something to be said for the classics, there’s a whole new gaggle of beauty buys that have paved the way in the past decade or so - and become permanent fixtures in our bathroom cupboards and on our dressing tables. Hot cloth cleansers, lipsticks that stand the test of time and perfumes that have everyone sniffing you appreciatively have made it big, and deserve your respect. From Neal’s Yard to Jo Malone, these products have a modern day cult following for very good reason.
“Some of the best ways to incorporate SPF into your skin care routine is to include it your daily moisturizer and cosmetics.” This basically ensures that SPF protection is applied daily without you even realising. Here are some ingenious SPF products that you won’t even know you’re wearing. Perfect for those of you into natural beauty, mineral foundation has a built-in SPF15 as the minerals form a barrier which reflect sunlight off of your skin.
Deodorant is another product that many don’t think about, but the majority of bad odour and excessive sweat problems are down to what ingredients deodorant contains. Shower gels are usually the same as haircare and contain ingredients that you are most likely not going to recognise.
Before our make-up goals became a Kylie Jenner lip kit and Anastasia highlighter, we were all pretty content with a dash of white eyeshadow, a lick of Lancome’s Juicy Tube and a spritz of Impulse. And let’s not forget the excessive use of roll-on glitter. Whether we meant to or not, our face always had at least one spec of glitter on it for the majority of the early noughties. Here are some of our fave items from the early 2000s that will give you sweet nostalgia and make you want to leg it to Superdrug in search of that beauty buy you couldn’t get enough of 15 years ago…
Alcohol is a favourite of many but we all know the damage it does to skin from the inside. Imagine the damage that alcohol does to skin when applied directly. Shockingly, a large number of high street products include Alcohol as one of it’s key ingredients (look at it’s position in the Ingredients list, the more alcohol there is, the higher up it will appear) Ever wonder why your skin feels dry and tight after using an toner?
Image: Getty Brace yourselves! We are but a week away from the start of the festive season - the point at which it becomes acceptable to guzzle mince pies and mulled wine with reckless abandon. Is your body ready for the onslaught of office parties and Christmas lunches? Zoe Stirling, nutritional therapist, says that the main two areas to focus on at this time are the liver and digestive tract. “The liver is the obvious organ when we think of detoxification and it’s best to support and strengthen it now before the festive season silliness starts!” You might only think about your digestive system during your Christmas lunch but Zoe explains, if our digestive systems are ‘not regular’ before we indulge then we’re more likely to reabsorb toxins sitting in our digestive tract back into our bodies. Zoe Stirling, recommends eating clean to strengthen your body before the onslaught.