Interesting facts

Take one scroll through Instagram and it’s easy to fall into a social media–fueled rabbit hole of comparison. How on earth are her eyelashes so long? While we’ve all faced these questions, few of us have actually come up with a solution to growing ultra-plush lashes. Instead, we find ourselves gluing on falsies and hoping the camera doesn’t pick up on our little secret. As gorgeous as these additions might look, at the end of the day they can take quite a toll. For that reason, we figured it was about time to find a lash solution once and for all.

Read more: 7 Expert Tips on How to Get Longer Eyelashes

glasses-fashion-fashionstyle-women-men1-300x188The eyes may be the windows to the soul, but it can be hard for other people to get a good look at them when you wear glasses that block the view. So if you wear glasses, does that mean those beautiful eyes of yours have to go unseen? Absolutely not! You just need to learn how to create eye-catching eye makeup. For women who wear glasses, it can sometimes feel like caring about your eye makeup is a waste of time. But if you apply your eye makeup correctly, not even the world’s thickest spectacles will hide your best feature.

Read more: BEST MAKEUP FOR GLASSES – SMOKEY EYE

1836-mdc-thenewnaturalstatementbrowsandstatementlips-slides-2The no-makeup makeup look is taking a backseat to the new natural.
Introducing, statement brows and statement lips. Before you get your panties in a bunch and say, “Wait, how is this natural?” just give us a second to explain. In the time it takes for you to complete an everyday look, (which takes what, a dozen products?), you could be done with this one! The emphasis here is on your eyebrows and perfectly-imperfect lipstick.

Read more: Statement Brows & Statement Lips

woman-washing-her-hair-with-shampooSelenium sulfide is a chemical compound created by fusing atomic selenium (Se) and sulfur (S). The selenium and sulfur combination has been shown to promote skin health and thus selenium sulfide is found in many cosmetic, hair, and skin care products. It’s probably best known as an antifungal and is used to treat tinea versicolor, a fungal imbalance of the skin. Selenium sulfide helps relieve itching and flaking associated with dandruff. It may also help soothe seborrhea, or seborrheic dermatitis.

Read more: What Is Selenium Sulfide and Can it Benefit Your Health?
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