• Is your 'do causing those breakouts?

    are+your+bangs+causing+those+breakouts_3356_800770016_0_0_14040914_300Bangs are all the rage lately, and they're a good way to call attention to your liquid eyeliner and tube mascara, as they typically fall right around your eyes. However, if you've been noticing increased acne on your forehead, your stylish 'do might be to blame.

    According to Allure Magazine, hair that's touching your face can transfer oils from your scalp onto your delicate facial skin, often clogging pores and causing pimples. If you're using styling products like mousse, gel or hairspray, the effects are probably multiplied.

    To clear up the problem, be sure to wash your hair frequently and use oil- and silicone-free haircare products, recommends the news source. This should help cut down on the pore-clogging effects, but you may also want to wear a different style for a while to give your forehead a break.

    Clipping back your bangs can open up your face and still draw plenty of attention to your fabulous liquid eyeliner and tube mascara. Until the acne's cleared up, be sure to use a green-tinted concealer underneath your foundation to cover up those blemishes.

  • Are cigarettes ruining your complexion?

    are+cigarettes+responsible+for+your+lackluster+complexion_3356_800770007_0_0_14009764_300To ensure that your tube mascara and liquid eyeliner looks fresh and pretty every time you put them on, it's important to take good care of your complexion. That means washing your face twice a day, exfoliating, moisturizing and using anti-aging skincare products. But it also means not smoking cigarettes!

    "Every time you take a puff, you're inhaling toxins, which induce free-radical damage - that means wrinkles and sagging over time - and constricting blood flow, which makes skin sallow," one dermatologist told Allure Magazine.

    Even the occasional cigarette can have devastating effects on your skin, so it's best to quit them altogether to avoid making your skin appear dull, lifeless and full of fine lines and wrinkles.

    According to the news source, you could see results just months after you quit the habit - increased blood flow to your face will give you a brighter complexion and eventually you'll have less fine lines and improved firmness.

    After you've successfully quit, you shouldn't have a problem rocking your favorite blinc liquid eyeliner and tube mascara!

  • Are your wrinkles the result of your habits?

    sunglasses+can+help+you+avoid+squinting+which+could+lead+to+wrinkles_3356_800770001_0_0_14056489_300It's natural for skin to lose some of its elasticity and brightness as we age, but there are a lot of ways you can prevent and even reverse the signs of aging. One of the best ways is to use beauty products with plenty of potent ingredients like antioxidants, collagen and retinol, but before you pick these up, it's important to make sure your habits aren't what's causing your fine lines and wrinkles.

    If you've been noticing crow's feet and fine lines around your eyes that have been making your tube mascara and liquid eyeliner fall flat, it might be because you're squinting your eyes a lot.

    "Muscle contractions in the face cause the skin lying over them to be pushed, pulled and scrunched," one dermatologist told Allure Magazine. "Many lines in the upper part of the face are caused by these multiple repetitive movements."

    If you think this type of movement might be responsible for those unsightly wrinkles, it's time to take action. Pick up a fashionable pair of sunglasses that cover your entire eye area so you're not struggling to see in the sun, and avoid reading when you don't have bright light - otherwise you might find yourself squinting to see the words on the page, reports the news source.

  • Junk food: your skin's sneaky enemy

    junk+food+like+chips+and+cookies+might+be+responsible+for+those+breakouts_3356_800769993_0_0_14005491_300It's hard not to look fabulous when you're wearing the season's hottest new lipstick, liquid eyeliner and tube mascara fashions. Except, of course, when you have acne that just won't leave you alone. If you've tried seemingly everything to clear up your face and are still experiencing frequent zits, perhaps it's your diet that's behind the issue.

    A new study in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology found that those who eat more processed carbs (like those found in junk food like chips, snacks and candy) break out more than those who eat foods that are high in protein and whole grains.

    "High-glycemic foods cause your blood sugar to rise, triggering a surge of insulin. The insulin stimulates oil-producing hormones called androgens, leaving you with pimples," one dermatologist told Allure Magazine.

    If you're guilty of indulging in these types of foods on a regular basis, you might be better off cutting them out of your diet. According to the news source, your acne could clear up in about six weeks once you stop eating these unhealthy foods. Then, your face, with its tube mascara and liquid eyeliners from blinc, will look stunning once again!

  • A two-minute trick for glowing skin

    a+two+minute+facial+massage+is+all+it+takes_3356_800771074_0_0_7040301_300If you're the type of person who doesn't always wake up with a glowing, refreshed complexion (and who is?), you might be looking for ways to revitalize your face in the morning. Instead of spending tons of money on cleansers and exfoliants, there's one simple, two-minute way to restore your glow, according to BellaSugar.com.

    All it takes is a little massaging after cleaning and moisturizing your skin. Using your knuckles, gently massage the area underneath your eyes and above your cheekbones for two minutes. The source reports that doing so will stimulate more blood flow to the area, restoring nutrients and bringing back your natural glow.

    After you've spent the time giving your face a bit of TLC, you won't have to struggle to get good results from your makeup. Your favorite blinc tube mascara and liquid eyeliner will help further improve your look by defining your eyes and making them appear wider and more awake. You'll never have to worry about looking tired in the morning again!

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