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  • The right blush for brides-to-be

    Many brides-to-be spend a lot of time leading up to their big day at the cosmetics counter. The makeup you choose to sport as you walk down the aisle is an important part of your overall look and is sure to affect your wedding pictures and how beautiful you feel.

    Blush is often one of the most difficult products to settle on when it comes to your big day. Brides who are longing for a natural look can search for subtle colors and high-quality products that will enhance their god-given beauty and display their best features.

    However, if you prefer a more glamorous look with nothing subtle about it, opt for colors that pop.

    Dresden Buras, a freelance makeup artist, told that creamy products can create a fresh appearance. Buras recommended a cream blush that can be used on lips and cheeks.

    "Using your finger tips, pat a touch of product on the apple of the cheek and then blend to temple to instantly brighten the face," she told the news provider. "It also works well when a bronzer is applied over top."

    Of course, eye makeup is also an essential part of the planning process. Opt for water-resistant tubing mascara to ensure that your look won't run if you become a little teary during the ceremony. ADNFCR-3356-ID-19904446-ADNFCR

  • Active women can make high-quality products part of their summer beauty routine

    Though the summer is supposed to be a time for rest and relaxation, active women often spend the warm months dashing from the office to after-work cocktails, or heading to the gym so they look svelte on the beach.

    But, even though your schedule is packed, it's important to take time to choose beauty products that will stand up to the heat (so that you're not constantly reapplying) and also be beneficial to your skin.

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends wearing a sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher whenever you're venturing out under the sun's rays between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.

    Many facial moisturizers contain a strong SPF and will nourish your skin while guarding against skin damage.

    Those who have sensitive eyes who are searching for mascara that will stay put all day and won't irritate their peepers could try tubing mascara. The acrylic-based formula will not flake, smear or smudge and won't require touch-ups throughout your busy day.

  • Tricks for quickly creating a flawless face

    Getting ready in the morning can be tough, especially when you're running late. But even with only a few minutes left before you have to jet off to work, experts promise that with a few simple tricks, you can still create a flawless-looking face.

    Instead of getting bogged down with a bunch of products, Real Simple magazine recommends using red or pink lipstick on both lips and cheeks to give your face a touch of color. Opt for a sheer formula to help create a natural-looking flush.

    According to the publication, your eyes are the focal point of your face. To ensure that your peepers look their brightest, use a flesh-colored pencil on your inner rims to counteract any redness around your lids.

    Next, swipe on a neutral-colored shimmery eyeshadow. "It blends easily, doesn't require brushes and lasts," makeup artist Fiona Stiles told the news source. Don't worry about time-consuming eyeliner, the magazine reports that you can create contrast by applying a black mascara to your lashes instead.

    Women on the go should consider a black acrylic-based tubing mascara. Because the product forms a seal around each lash, you won't have to worry about reapplying, smudges or flakes, and lashes will look impeccably defined all day.ADNFCR-3356-ID-19930271-ADNFCR

  • Mascara-usage popular among young women

    Many little girls spend hours playing with their mom's makeup, smearing on red lipstick and brushing on dark circles of rouge. However, as young ladies grow older, many eventually want cosmetics of their own.

    "A lot of tween girls think makeup is really exciting to them when they first start to wear it because it's probably something they haven't been allowed to do," Eva Chen, beauty and health director at Teen Vogue, told the Associated Press. "[At] about 13 or 14-years-old, they feel like they're over lip gloss. They still wear it, but that's when they want to transition into mascara."

    In fact, the news provider reports that according to market research firm The NPD Group, 18 percent of 8 to 12-year olds wear mascara on a regular basis. Not surprisingly, the numbers increase as young women grow older - 47 percent of 13 to 17-year-olds wear mascara, as does 56 percent of girls by age 18.

    Parents who allow their daughters to purchase their first tube of mascara may want to opt for a gentle formula that won't smear during the young woman's busy day. A tubing mascara will last throughout the day, won't run and won't have to be reapplied, leaving young women free to enjoy their days without worrying about touch-ups.ADNFCR-3356-ID-19934392-ADNFCR

  • Mascara on lower lashes: To apply or not to apply

    While there are many contentious issues surrounding mascara application - how to hold the wand, where to direct your gaze - few topics may be more debated than whether or not to apply the product to your lower lashes.

    According to a poll conducted by, 50 percent of women replied that they don mascara on their bottom lashes all the time, while roughly 19 percent claimed they never did. Fifteen percent of women revealed that they sometimes coat their lower lashes, and 16 percent only do so when opting for a "dramatic look."

    Women who want to wear mascara on their bottom lashes can heed a bit of expert advice to achieve a more flawless look.

    "Put mascara on lower lashes first, to prevent top mascara from transferring to lids when looking up to apply bottom mascara," makeup artist Robin Siegelhas told

    The website also suggests using blinc Mascara (formerly Kiss Me mascara), as it features a waterproof, flake-free formula that won't smudge beneath eyes. Lightly brush the mascara wand along the roots of lower lashes, then turn the wand vertical and tap each lash gently to evenly distribute the product.ADNFCR-3356-ID-19939037-ADNFCR

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