Any kind of cosmetic treatment, whether laser, injections, peels, or surgery, is supposed to make your face look different. But, how much further does the impact of the procedure go beyond just a change in physical appearance?
Allergan makes Botox, and EVERYONE'S heard of Botox.
Allergan also makes Latisse, and lots of people know about Latisse too. (You know you've hit main-stream if funnyordie.com is parodying you.)
I recently watched one of the classic old Hollywood movies, Sabrina, and was completely enchanted by the lovely Audrey Hepburn.
All of a sudden there is an interest in turning tried-and-true body-beautiful methods into ways that also can improve the face. With face gyms already in existence (where specialized work-outs allege to keep the face taught and firm) it was only a matter of time before face “diets” entered the scene.
As the origin country of BB and CC creams, Korea has a LOT of clout in the beauty world. Constantly on the fore-front of new advancements, product development and trends, their culture places a huge emphasis on appearance. So, what can we learn from these perfect-skin-obsessed people?
Behold. The potentially life-changing 6 Skin Commandments of Korea!
Becky Fenlin, co-owner of About Face Skin Care, reveals the chaotic process that takes place every morning on her face.
One of the perk’s of this job is the easy access to all the latest and greatest skincare products IN THE WORLD. Bwahahahahahah.
I’m exaggerating, but we really are exposed to A LOT…
Yes, yes you are SUPER GREAT. But, not their faces! Anything but their faces!! #selfaffiramtionshark #facenomnom
I’ll admit it – I hate showering. Being a female, there is so much work that goes into the process; thoroughly washing-out long hair, shaving ¾ of my body, conditioning said long hair, exfoliating, washing, etc. Then, once the shower is over begins another long series of events; moisturizing, hair products, sunless tanner, etc., which then leads to the saga that is drying and styling my hair.