Master Your Gel Manicures At Home With This Must-Know Info About UV And LED Lamps For Nails

Are you obsessed with having beautifully manicured nails? Perhaps you have a frustration when it comes to chipped nail polish, which is common when regular nail polish is used. You may have tried to use gel nail polish without using special lighting from a nail lamp afterward and got disappointed. The polish likely did not last if the light was not used because the lighting is required to cure the polish.  [Read More]

Beginner's Tips For Choosing The Perfect Nail Polish Color

There are lots of reasons why you might be overwhelmed at trying to choose a nail polish for your next manicure. Maybe you've finally kicked the nail-biting habit and want to reward yourself with a manicure. Maybe you work a job that required keeping your nails short and paint-free, and you want to paint them temporarily for a special occasion. Maybe you've just never bothered painting your nails before, and now you want to try something new. [Read More]

3 Tips For Creating A Flawless Makeup Canvas

No matter what makeup look you are trying to achieve, you need to start with good skin preparation and appropriate face makeup. By knowing how to make choices based on your skin type and tone, your makeup will look and apply better. Invest In Skin Preparation Investing in good quality products to prepare your skin for makeup will improve the way your makeup applies and wears throughout the day. After you clean your face, you will need a moisturizer that is appropriate for your skin type. [Read More]

Three Stunning Eye Makeup Looks You Can Create At Home

If you want your eye makeup to look pristine and professional, you're going to have to do a little more than sweep on a quick streak of eyeliner. Yet, creating stunning eye makeup looks at home is a lot easier than you might imagine. Read on to learn how to create three different professional-looking eye makeup looks. Note: Before creating any of these looks, you'll want to apply a layer of eyeshadow primer to your upper eyelid. [Read More]