Search for: Search Article Makeup The Body Shop Eyecolour Fusion 2006 April 24, 2020 1 minute read This was supposed to be one of my mystery items because despite spending hours on line trying to find something out about it, when I came to photograph it, I discovered the date on the back. Yes, it was a head-desk moment but also has saved me from any further looking.
The Body Shop Eyecolour Fusion 2006 I think perhaps Chase Aston was the chief make-up artist at the time. Rather disappointingly, for something so pretty, it’s called Blue 01!
The Body Shop Eyecolour Fusion 2006 It’s the only thing that I’ve kept from past Body Shop collections and I honestly can’t remember anything about it – what other products were in the collection or if there were any other colours. So, I’m hoping it might ring a few bells with someone.
The Body Shop Eyecolour Fusion 2006 The little flowers are two-tone silver and mid-green with a frosty light green behind them – I’m sure they’re over-spray..
There was a time when, if you wanted to improve the appearance of your arms, all you had was some lotion, a dumbbell and a dream. Today, we have more or less the same goals as we did decades ago—sleek, contoured arms with smooth, bump-free skin—but the resources to achieve them have advanced and expanded.
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Whether the goal is holding off on procedures or maintaining their results, exercise and nutrition both play a role in how sleek and toned the arms can look. A key area to focus on at the gym? The triceps. “My go-to exercise for tricep contour is the standing tricep extension with a dumbbell,” explains trainer Lacey Stone, who says her celebrity clients “love the results they get from doing this often.” Trainer Gunnar Peterson adds to that game plan with bench dips, close-grip push-ups and overhead extensions, calling them “the triple threat.” However, spot-treating the arms won’t produce that covetable contour if nutrition isn’t on point—Stone says healthy eating..
Search for: Search Makeup Mystery Object: Powder Pot April 24, 2020 1 minute read So, this is my little mystery. We used to go to a lot of antique and collectable fairs so I think perhaps I got it at one of those – but I don’t actually remember buying it.
Mystery This little pot – which I think might be Bakelite – has a slightly worse for wear mirror on the inside but the most lovely thing is that I can still smell that very sweet powdery scent – it makes me think maybe it’s a rouge pot as rouge was quite often more scented than powder.
Mystery Pot I think that perhaps it’s art deco – there’s a little touch of Arthur Ransom about it but equally any fashion illustration from the 1920-30’s although dresses were much droopier than the full skirt depicted here. That said, this is a popular ‘pose’ on vintage rouge pots with similar designs also depicting full skirts. So – if you fancy going on a mystery tour – please do – I’d be most appreciative of any information you might be ab..
While the facelift remains the gold standard of facial rejuvenation, an increasing number of patients are looking for an anti-aging solution that relies on a less-invasive approach to skin tightening with minimal downtime. For years, this seemingly simple request was hard-pressed to find, but recently a new crop of treatments relying on bipolar radio-frequency energy have emerged as a solution for skin laxity. New York plastic surgeon David Rapaport, MD, FACS has seamlessly integrated this novel technology into his practice, giving patients the results they want without the risks. Below, find Dr. Rapaport’s approach to tackling saggy skin on the lower face and neck, and why bipolar radio-frequency energy may be the solution you’ve been looking for.
NewBeauty: In the past, what have been some of the challenges you’ve faced when trying to rejuvenate the lower face and neck?
Dr. Rapaport: As a plastic surgeon who is extremely experienced with facelifts, facial injectables and other tre..