Skin texture comes in many different forms. Bumpy skin, enlarged pores, rough spots, and anything else that makes your skin look less luminous and smooth. Until you put on makeup and the texture is accentuated by cakey foundation, these bumps, flakes, pits, and rough areas on your skin are easy to feel but can be a little difficult to see. This problem affects a lot of people of different age groups, and it can be incredibly difficult to treat. To understand how to treat skin texture, we first have to understand what causes it.
It's no secret that Khloe Kardashian has been making headlines for her weight loss lately. In a recent episode of "The Kardashians", her sister Kim even revealed that her other sisters, Kylie and Kendall, are concerned for her health. That comes as no surprise because Khloe has been going through a lot lately. Her on-again, off-again relationship with baby-daddy, Tristan Thompson, which has been highly judged by the fans of the "Good American" owner, finally ended for good. Serial cheater Thompson has been in another scandal last year, where it was revealed that he is expecting a baby with his personal trainer. Not too long after that, it was also revealed that he is expecting a baby with Khloe via surrogate.
There are numerous methods and tips for handling hair problems. Avoid silicones, avoid shampoos with sulfates, don't use heat, cut your ends every month, and so on. But how many of them are actually true? Well, as it turns out, not that many at all! When it comes to hair, there are so many widespread myths that have no evidence backing them up. In this article, we will go over the most common ones, and see which of them are actually true, and which aren't.
If you grew up watching "The Simple Life", the chances of you envying Paris Hilton in your childhood and early teens are pretty high. However, one person that we did not expect to also be a member of that club is Meghan Markle. But in a recent interview for Variety, Meghan revealed that she herself felt pretty jealous of Paris Hilton, and other popular "it girls", while she was growing up. The late 90s and early 00s were the eras of the "Bimbo" girl, which was the topic of Meghan Markle's podcast episode where she went more into detail about this topic.
There have never been more celebrity brands out there than there are today. And this is especially true for beauty celebrity brands. Long gone are the days of simple and inexpensive celebrity perfumes. Celebrities are now integrated into the whole beauty industry, from skincare to makeup. And it's not too difficult to understand why. Remember Kylie Jenner, and her brand Kylie Cosmetics that made her the youngest self-made billionaire? Who wouldn't want a piece of that cake?