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  • Reinventing your winter clothing for the spring season

    reinventing+your+winter+clothing+for+the+spring+season_3356_800712295_0_0_14015294_300The winter of 2012 certainly isn't going to be remembered for its significant snow accumulations, and as a result, many fashionistas splurged on winter garments only to have them gather dust in their closets. Luckily, with spring on the horizon, many of your cold weather purchases can be given new life in your spring ensembles and pair beautifully with your everyday tube mascara and liquid eyeliner. Keep the following winter digs in mind that you can sport with confidence this spring.

    1. Cable knit sweaters. These full-length sweaters are go-tos on frigid winter days, but they can be a perfect alternative to a jacket on a mild day. Throw on your best pair of jeans, a graphic tee and a pair of sneakers for a day at the mall or pair it with a lace top and open-toed heels for a brunch ensemble. The options are unlimited, and with the fickle weather of spring being so unpredictable, you'll be glad you brought it along.

    2. The military boot. Whether they helped you trudge through snow or plenty of puddles during this damp winter, a pair of brown boots looks great when paired with a warm weather floral pattern. They can combine beautifully with a lightweight denim and a cardigan or even your favorite sundress. However, banish your tights to the closet for the rest of the year and opt for colorful socks instead to give your outerwear a pop of unexpected hues.

    3. The boyfriend blazer. Men's clothing has made a surprising foray into women's fashion, so if you picked up a blazer over the winter, now is the perfect time to break it out. This piece of outerwear combines seamlessly with statement necklaces, colorful button-down shirts and even your favorite pair of jeans. Make sure to wear a colorful oversized cocktail ring to give your outfit an instant focal point and add a touch of glamor to your outfit.

    Spring is almost here, so if you consider yourself a fashion-forward individual, this is probably your favorite time of the year. Even though the mild winter has made spring a bit less exciting, there are plenty of dazzling clothing combinations you can utilize in the coming months that will make the most of your cold weather wardrobe.

  • Bad grocery store habits to break in order to start eating healthier

    bad+grocery+store+habits+to+break+in+order+to+start+eating+healthier_3356_800717031_0_0_14004030_300Spring and summer are just around the corner, so if you're trying to get into better shape to fit into that new swimsuit, you're going to have to improve the nutritional quality of your food. However, when you're trying to eat healthier, there are some common pitfalls at the grocery store that can cause ladies to undo all of their hard work. Whether you're trying to look your best in your new formal wear or getting ready to hit the beach, these bad grocery store habits should help you shed those unwanted pounds.

    1. Heading to the store hungry. When you're trying to lose weight, you shouldn't head to the grocery store on an empty stomach under any circumstances. This is one of the easiest ways to let your guard down and start to pick up the foods that can contribute to your weight gain. Do yourself a favor and eat an apple or a granola bar before you head to the store to curb any food cravings.

    2. Buying one day at a time. Planning your meals ahead of time can help you to better control your intake of vitamins and minerals and help you avoid succumbing to a bag of chips or ice cream. If you're only buying meals one day at a time, this increases the likelihood that you'll skip making dinner, head out and possibly make some bad nutritional choices. Weight loss is about discipline, and the easiest way to keep off those unwanted pounds is to make healthy meals at home.

    3. Staying in the middle aisles. Most modern grocery stores place the majority of their natural and healthier foods on the periphery of the store, while fattier foods, snacks and canned goods are relegated to the middle aisles. Make an effort to stick to the outer aisles of the store and only venture into the middle of the market when you need to.

    Whether you're getting amped for the warm weather or looking to renew your new year's resolution, it's never a bad time to start eating healthier. After losing a few pounds, you can even reward yourself with a new vial of tube mascara or a lash curler to revitalize your look for the coming seasons.

  • Easy recipes for an at-home facial

    Despite what you may think, some of the best beauty treatments available aren't found in salons or spas. They might be right at home in your own kitchen! If you're looking for an easy way to create a face mask or scrub at home, look no further. Here are a few easy recipes that'll help tackle all of your skincare issues.

    Normal skin
    If all your skin needs is a pick-me-up that will restore your outer glow, Marie Claire Magazine recommends whipping up a tropical banana face mask. Mash up one half of a banana (eat the rest - it's good for you!) then mix it with a tablespoon of orange juice and a tablespoon of honey. Apply the mixture to a clean face, then rinse it off with warm water 15 minutes later.

    Oily skin
    A little extra oil is easily fixed with a mask made with oil-zapping egg yolk and oatmeal. HealthyWomen.org suggests mixing one egg yolk, one tablespoon of honey, one tablespoon of olive oil and ½ cup of oatmeal together. Apply the mixture to a freshly-washed face, then leave on for 15 minutes before rinsing off with warm water.

    Dry skin
    For dry skin that's a bit on the sensitive side, you'll need a mask with plenty of moisturizing ingredients. According to Whole Living Magazine, you should mash up one small avocado and grate ½ of a cucumber. Mix these ingredients with one teaspoon of fresh lemon juice and three tablespoons of green clay powder, which you can find at natural food stores. Chill the mixture in the fridge for 30 minutes, then apply to a clean face. Leave it on for 10 to 15 minutes, then wipe off and rinse with cool water.

    Face scrub
    To eliminate dead skin and restore the healthy surface of your skin, Whole Living Magazine recommends mixing up a pineapple scrub, which will dissolve the bonds that hold skin cells together, making dead cells slough off easily. Use a blender to mix ? cup of pineapple chunks with ¼ cup of olive oil until it's smooth. Add in ¼ cup fresh, chopped parsley, then blend the mixture so it doesn't liquify. Apply to clean skin for 15 minutes, then rinse with warm water.

    After using these skin treatments, your skin will be radiant - providing the perfect background for your blinc tube mascaras and liquid eyeliners!

  • Blinc Trivia: Tamala Jones shows off her natural beauty with the right liquid eyeliner

    blinc+trivia+tamala+jones+shows+off+her+natural+beauty+with+the+right+liquid+eyeliner_3356_800726713_0_0_14014910_300Red carpet events are great for picking up liquid eyeliner tips when you're looking for new ways to wear your makeup with celebrity flair. At premieres, stars typically show up with impeccable style and liquid eyeliner to look their best for the cameras.

    One woman who goes all out when she attends a red carpet event is Tamala Jones. The actress, who is best known for her roles in Booty Call and Kingdom Come, recently showed up to the premiere of The Announcement in style. Jones wore a dashing gray and black-striped ensemble and complemented it with the perfect eye makeup.

    The star enhanced the shine in her eyes with just a bit of liquid eyeliner and mascara to make her peepers appear wider and more intriguing. Jones set a wonderful example for any woman who wants to embrace her natural beauty.

    If you want to achieve a similar look, pick up blinc's liquid eyeliner and tube mascara. These cosmetics can help you achieve a flawless appearance that is worthy of any event, whether it's on the red carpet or a small get-together in your home.

    Blinc trivia: Who on the MTV show Jersey Shore is reportedly pregnant? Go to http://facebook.com/blincinc to answer and win free blinc cosmetics!

  • Drink your way to radiant skin

    Not everyone was born with a gorgeous, glowing complexion, but luckily there are a variety of ways to treat your skin and ensure that it gets all the nutrients and vitamins it needs to be healthy and beautiful. Aside from skincare products and cosmetics, you can give your visage a visual boost by drinking smoothies with beneficial ingredients that your skin needs. Here are a few to try making in your kitchen.

    For clearer skin
    TotalBeauty.com recommends plenty of protein and antioxidants to help your skin clear up. For a cleansing smoothie, simply blend together one scoop of hemp protein (which you can find at a natural foods store), ½ cup of blueberries, ½ bunch of dandelion greens (with no stems), 11 ounces of coconut water, ¼ of an avocado and one tablespoon of raw cacao powder. Potassium, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids and antioxidants in the mix will detox, hydrate and clear your complexion.

    For anti-aging
    If you're concerned about the visible effects of aging, like dullness, fine lines and discoloration, mySkin.com suggests a blend of papaya and blueberries. Packed full of antioxidants and phytochemicals, these fruits reverse free-radical damage and improve the health of your cells. They're also full of vitamins C and E, which are known to help aging skin look more youthful. Simply blend together one small papaya, one cup of blueberries and 30 ounces of water (or ice).

    For a lackluster complexion
    If your skin has barely survived the winter months or it's just not as glowing as you'd like it to be, nutritionist Kimberly Snyder has a great recipe that will fix that right up. Blend together ½ of a frozen Acai smoothie packet (found at health food stores), 1 ½ cups of coconut water, ½ cup of unsweetened almond milk, ½ of an avocado and one teaspoon of coconut oil or butter. The minerals, fiber and fatty acids will help to plump up your skin and restore it's healthy color.

    After you've revitalized your complexion by making these delicious smoothies on a regular basis, you'll have a totally clear slate for applying your favorite blinc cosmetics. Whether you use the tube mascara, liquid eyeliner or both, you'll look better than ever!

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