A reader recently asked a great question about foundation brushes:
A lady at Estée Lauder talked me into buying an angular makeup brush to apply my foundation. She made it look easy; I, however, have a tendency to drag it across my face like I’m painting a fence. Got any advice?
I’ve been contemplating this article for a long time because the topic of beauty for transgender girls and women is one that I think is both important and fascinating, and in light of the Caitlyn Jenner* thing, it seems appropriate. I am a strong supporter of the transgender community because, well, I’d like to think I’m a strong supporter of all communities (that don’t promote hate) – and the recent hubbub with Planet Fitness has brought the issue to the forefront for some who might not have known it existed. Continue reading “The Trans Girl’s Guide To Beauty” »
Lashes make everyone look better, but have you ever wondered why everyone is so crazy about mink eyelash extensions these days?
Mink eyelashes look and feel more natural: they have a soft, fluffy, fluttery look that you can only get from real hair. No matter what you do, a synthetic lash will always look a bit, well, synthetic. Plus, you can heat-curl mink lashes unlike synthetic eyelash extensions (that’s a plastic disaster waiting to happen).
Don’t you love the beauty looks of yesteryear? Today, we have a makeup how-to inspired by the classic beauty of bombshell Brigitte Bardot. (Some people think it’s Bridget Bardot, but it’s Brigitte. Like Brigitte Nielsen. Plebeians.)
This look uses the “cat eye” style of eyeliner which has been knocking men on their backs since at least the early ’60s. Here’s the video tutorial on how to achieve this makeup look: