We are taught to hide our freckles from a young age instead of embracing them. If you are naturally gifted with freckles, you should not hide them with makeup.
Today – a nice post on a relevant topic, by our friend Travis White at Learn Fit:
There are numerous ways to get in shape for swimsuit season, and chances are you have already heard of most of them.
Makeup trends are constantly transforming – while this transformation is great for keeping your style refreshed and fun, it can be rather taxing on your wallet.
I can’t tell you how many times a month I get an email that says: “I want to try SHINE for my dark spots, but I’m afraid it will break me out.
A few years ago, MIT alum Rachel Peterson reached out to me for advice about starting her own beauty brand.
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This post has been a very long in the making – over 6 months at this point.
On this New Year’s Eve, I’m thinking about a lot of things. Mainly, I am thinking about how far 2016 has taken us here at Amalie.
I didn’t really struggle much with acne when I was in high school. I thought that I was in the clear, until I got to college and a combination of poor diet, stress, and drinking caused my skin to go crazy.
One of the questions I received this month on Quora was:
“Why do women’s faces look wider in photos without makeup? Even if you look at celebrities without makeup, somehow their faces look wide and sort of