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.
With the stay at home order millions of people are facing a couple of inches of gray.
For many of us we are on our third week of sheltering in place and we are likely experiencing a long list of new feelings. If you happen to live alone you may be struggling with loneliness.
I went to do my weekly grocery trip today and the store was in panic mode. No parking, empty shelves, long lines and a sense of desperation.
I don’t want dewy glowing skin, said no-one ever. There is no doubt that skin is in and as a result heavy makeup is out. Having clear, healthy skin is and likely always will be popular.
Maintain Your Hair
Get Regular Haircuts. There is a myth that getting your hair trimmed makes your hair grow faster but that is simply not the truth.
Brown spots are typically associated with aging and sun damage but they can also appear as a result of hormones, acne or genetics. For most 80% of brown spots are derived from sun damage.
Men and women notice lips. They are an important part of your face. Lips that are naturally healthy are most desired. The skin on our lips is different from the skin on the rest of our body.
At Amalie Beauty we are big believers in the importance of eyebrows. They really can make or break your entire look.