I would like to thank everyone that signed this card, it was truely a surprise. I love what I do and give God the glory for bring such wonderful people into my life. Thank you, Racquel Gonzalez your the best! Love you.
As a busy person, after my morning shower I have to dry my hair before straightening it. As it takes a lot of time to dry out my hair, I am considering making an upgrade and buy a good quality dryer that does its work in less time.
I would consider myself a makeup junkie. I have so many lipsticks, eyeshadows and eyeliners and I don’t even use half of it! But when I do use makeup, I like to pair it with my outfits to express my personality and how I’m feeling for the day. Whether it be electric blue eyeliner winged out at the tip, or a dark berry lip, I always have fun experimenting with different types of makeup.
Looks like women as far back as 4000BC had the same type of outlook on beauty and expression when it came to beauty. Ancient Egyptian women kohl to blacken their upper and lower lids, and in the 1600’s, women unknowingly powered their faces arsenic powder to matte those pesky oily areas on their face. While today’s info graphic stops at 2002, it is interesting to see how makeup was first utilized.
Women went through amazing lengths to try and accentuate their conceptions of beauty.
After today’s infographic, I hope all you men and women appreciate the lengths women go for beauty and self expression. As you can see, it is an art form that has taken generations to take form
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Good News for Oily Skin
Thanks to a boost of extra vitamin E, your shiny complexion might be your best weapon in the fight against aging.
Oily skin gets a bad rap. From patent leather-y shine to breakouts, it's the skin type most of us wish we didn't have. But if you ask many dermatologists, they'll say that it seems to age the most gracefully.
We picked the brains of dermatologists Jeannette Graf, M.D., and Joshua Zeichner, M.D., (both are assistant professors at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City) to find out why.
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While the jury is still out on exactly why oily skin seems to age better, we do know that "natural oils help lubricate the skin and may help minimize the effect of environmental stresses," says Zeichner. Think of it as built-in moisturizer.
Graf agrees that natural moisture may be one of the reasons oily skin remains smoother and less wrinkled as it ages. But she offers up a second possible reason, which is that "we produce vitamin E in our sebaceous [oil] glands.” A 1999 study reported in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology found that oil gland secretion delivers vitamin E to the skin.
What's all the fuss about vitamin E? It's a natural antioxidant, says Graf. It protects skin from environmental damage, and it ups our "NPH—natural protection factor," she adds.
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So the more sebum (er, oil) you produce, the more vitamin E will be delivered to your skin, which gives more protection from things like the sun and air pollution. "More protection means more anti-aging," says Graf.
Does this mean oily skin types can stop wearing SPF? Not quite. But you should do everything you can to avoid stripping this precious, protective oil from your skin, no matter how tempting it is to obliterate grease with a million washes, scrubs and toners.
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