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How to Be Attractive in the Fashion World.

Have you ever seen those glossy women on front rows at Fashion Week, with their perfect hair and clothes and bodies? Not necessarily the most ‘hot,’ but by fashion standards, perfect. Want to get their look?

Steps.

Work on your teeth. If you’re lucky enough to be blessed with perfect teeth, skip this part. if not, use it. First, sort out any issues you may have with them. Visit your orthodontist, and see if you can get braces. If you can afford the invisible ones, get them. if not, you’ll have to stick it out. Wear the braces. After your teeth are perfectly straight, get them whitened. This also can get expensive, but is worth it. Be vigorous with brushing and flossing.

Take care of your hair. No matter how good you think your hair is, it could always be better. Visit a good hairdresser (not one that is unprofessional or cheap). If it’s short, let it grow but get it trimmed every six weeks. Wash it every day if it’s oily, or every two days if it’s not. Don’t use products yet. if it’s long and thin, or too frizzy, have it all cut off. This will be painful. Let it grow and again, look after it. When it’s the right length, have your colours and highlights done and it cut to suit your face. Look after it even MORE thoroughly now. Just don’t overload it with product. Use a light hairspray after styling it.

Watch your weight. Don’t starve yourself, but aim to be slim and healthy. Eat LOTS of fruit and vegetables, drink loads of water, and cut down on carbs and fat. Visit the gym at least 3 times a week. Do cardio work, and lift some weights to get toned. Females shouldn’t worry about bulking up – they don’t have enough testosterone to obtain extremely big muscles.

Take good care of your skin. Take off all your make-up EVERY night without fail. Cleanse, tone and moisturise every morning and night. Once a week, you should steam your face, exfoliate, and do a face mask. Skin and hair are the most important features of your look.

Don’t overdo the make-up. Have a happy medium. Don’t pile it on, but try not to go bare-faced in public. Wear a well-applied foundation that reflects light and is the right shade, concealer over dark circles and blemishes, if you’re the retro type, maybe an elegant flick of black liquid eyeliner on your top lid, otherwise just a light taupe shimmer eyeshadow and some grey eyeliner on your bottom lid. Well-applied non-clumpy black mascara, a blusher that defines your cheekbones and a light neutral lipstick(or retro girls, red lipstick is the best). Re-apply this throughout the day and watch YouTube tutorials to apply it WELL.

Wear what clothes fit you. There is no set uniform, though generally glossy fashion types (which is what this article is about) don’t go too out of the ordinary. Always the highest stilettos Manolo has to offer, tight leggings or skinny jeans, or maybe a pencil skirt, or one of those Peter Pilotto print dresses or skirts. The choices are endless. Just keep in mind that this is a mature look, and fashion glossies don’t do emo, scene, Barbie, or any of those other cliques. Another thing- have an amazing handbag. Expensive. You can get away with cheaper items of clothing as long as you spent a fortune on your shoes AND bag. Accessorize tastefully, and maybe add a Starbucks to-go cup. You’re done!

Tips.
Have perfect nails. Get a good French manicure.
Read up on the glossy lifestyle. High-fashion magazines, if you please.
It helps to speak another language. I don’t know why, it just does. French is perfect. Have a stylish friend from there and jabber away on the phone to them in their language. This impresses. And insert random words from that language into your conversation.
Take taxis everywhere.
Remember to keep a sense of pride, dignity and elegance. You won’t find a glossy flashing her knickers drunk on a night out, or screaming her head off at someone who offended her. If someone hurts your feelings, give them a look, say a comment that could leave em’ speechless, and walk away with your head held high.

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CAPTURING HISTORY

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“Capturing History” showcases 3 photographers’ work during the dynamic era’s of the 1900’s. Charles A Libby photographed Spokane’s booms and busts for over 60 years. Frank S Matsura, an immigrant whose playful character endeared the miners, cowboys, merchants and native Americans in the Okanogan Valley. Frank Palmer – captured the natural beauty of the region in his hand-painted landscapes. Spokane photographer Don Hamilton hosts.

Learn more at ksps.org/history
DVDs available at ksps.org/shop or by calling 1-700-735-2377

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Is CeraVe cruelty free ?

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Cosmetics animal testing is a horribly cruel practice in which animals such as beagles and most often rabbits, are subject to allergy tests in the mucous membranes such as eyes, nose and mouth. These chemicals can cause irritation, burning, and corrosion of the eyes and skin such as in the infamous Draize test. What’s more, 50 percent of all animals die in lethal dose tests. That’s how horrible it is.

There are a host of non-animal and more humane ways to conduct the same sorts of research, and many readily available.

CeraVe is a brand of L’Oréal. L’Oréal, the cosmetics company, owns Lancôme, Kiehl’s, Clarisonic, Garnier, Maybelline and It Cosmetics in addition to its own line, L’oreal shelled out $1.3 billion to buy skin care brands CeraVe, AcneFree, and Ambi.

CeraVe is known for producing products that are gentle enough to use on sensitive skin and is often recommended by dermatologists. The Cerave site claims they don’t’ test on animals but if they sell in China, they do . It’s the law there. The CeraVe site lists that they sell here:

  • GREATER CHINA
  • MAINLAND CHINA
  • Brazil

In China, the health authorities still require and carry out animal testing for some products.

So no, CeraVe is not cruelty free. They are testing some products on animals in China and Brazil. CeraVe says ‘Certain health authorities may nevertheless decide to conduct animal tests themselves for certain cosmetic products, as it is still the case in China.’ CeraVe is choosing to sell where animal testing is mandatory for their products.

What alternatives are there to CeraVe?

I’ve got over 100’s cruelty-free brands on my cruelty-free beauty brand list that I update regularly! Find a new cruelty-free brand to love! Browse beautybulletins.com list of cruelty-free brands to find brands that don’t test on animals at any point during the production of their products.

Some brand alternatives to Cerave



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My go to base routine I wanted to do a tutorial on what I’ve been doing for my …

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My go to base routine ⭐️ I wanted to do a tutorial on what I’ve been doing for my base! Follow @cameronwhitebeauty for more ⭐️
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#tartecosmetics first step prep & shape tape concealer
#toofaced born this way foundation
#anastasiabeverlyhills powder contour kit, amrezy highlighter & pure hollywood liquid lipstick
#maccosmetics peaches blush
#lillylashes in style miami
#colourpopcosmetics curvii lip liner

 



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