Curly hair comes in all shapes and sizes ranging from tight corkscrew curls to kinky curly hair, all beautiful in their own way. As gorgeous as this hair type is though, sometimes women prefer to wear a straight look for a change. The usual straightening tools such as a blow dryer and a flat-iron then comes into play. However, frequent use of these appliances on curly hair can lead to damage, breakage, split ends, dry hair and other issues. The way back from these type of damage to hair is usually by trimming your tresses and regrowing a healthy set of hair. You can try a few deep conditioning and protein treatments initially to see if you can restore your curls. If you can't after a few tries, it's time to let the hair go.
Here are ten of my favourite makeup tips for assisting you in creating a more youthful appearance:
Apply moisturiser to your face and leave it for a few minutes before applying your concealer, and then your foundation. Your skin may look a little plumper and will certainly take application of concealer and foundation much better.
2. Light Concealer
Your concealer should be a shade lighter than your skin and applied with a blending brush, before you apply your foundation to your face. The combination of the blended concealer and foundation will hide imperfections.
One of the most noticeable trends to emerge from the expansion of the engagement jewellery market in recent years has been the rising popularity of coloured rings. Harking back to a time before clear diamonds had a monopoly on the industry, this popularity helped to give stones like the sapphire, the ruby, the emerald and indeed, the different coloured variants of diamonds, a second wind.
As a consequence, brides and grooms began to use these differently-coloured options to reflect their own personalities, imbuing the traditional act of presenting an engagement ring with a dose of uniqueness and personality.