It’s finally summertime and it seems like we are all getting a double dose of heat and sun. Coming out of isolation and into the outdoors can be tricky for your skin.
I’m sure your asking yourself, why is a beauty blogger writing about the fourth of July? For me, that’s easy – because beauty at Amalie is more than how you look, it’s about character, your soul, how you
Recent studies show that the skin absorbs up to 60% of the chemicals in products. This means the ingredients you put on your skin can come into direct contact with your bloodstream.
Whether you’ve over plucked, damaged or simply have sparse brows we have a few quick steps that can really help you get a thicker, fuller brow.
Mascara can really make your eyes pop but it can be tricky to apply. We’ve researched the best steps and products to help you get your mascara on point.
Skin irritation of any sort is no fun but eczema is in a league of its own. It’s estimated that over 35 million American’s have eczema – that’s about 1-3% of adults, and 10-20% of children.
Hot weather actually changes your skin. The heat can lead to water loss and dehydration which in turn can cause skin to feel irritated, red and dry. Along with the heat you need to be aware of sun damage and protection.
Men and women have always rated a person’s eyes as one of the most important facial features.
Natural Beauty Wins the Day
With Covid-19 we have all had to learn how to do things ourselves, we’ve had to learn to do without and have had to define what is most important to us.