Celebrities have access to the most expensive products in the world. Most of them get their makeup professionally done before any event by the most renowned makeup artists in the world. So if they still decide to use an affordable drugstore alternative from time to time, you know that it’s going to be good. And I’m not talking about paid sponsorships or campaigns, but the products that they genuinely seem to like. So here are some drugstore makeup products that even celebrities swear by.
Light therapy has gone mainstream, but are LED face masks really worth that hefty price tag? These masks are one of those devices that made the transition from "only for salons" to "available at home". Nowadays, you can see them included in almost every influencer’s skincare routine. They emit red and near-infrared lights for targeted multi-faceted skin care, allegedly treating many different skin concerns at once.
If there is one thing that can instantly put me in a better mood and make me feel like a new woman, it's getting my nails done. There is something so relaxing and therapeutic about it. I love picking out new styles, catching up with my nail technician, and admiring my nails after they are finished. Having a fresh set of glossy, neat, and perfectly shaped nails makes me feel like I am ready to take over the world.
I have said it once and I will say it again — if there is one celebrity that I am more than willing to take beauty advice from, then it’s Zendaya! This woman knows what she is talking about. She
I have to admit it — I spend way too much time scrolling through TikTok. Especially considering that I’m nowhere close to being a Gen-Z member. It’s a great way to distract myself when I feel the need to, and I also learn a lot about what’s trending at the moment. But there is one interesting thing that I have noticed — TikTok trends and skincare shouldn’t be mixed. The risks are much higher than the potential benefits.
I’m all about aging gracefully. However, who says that you can’t age gracefully even with a little bit of botox? It’s 2023, and a little bit of good old Botulinum Toxin can go a very long way. And the rare celebrities that have been refreshingly open about getting botox are the best proof of that.
2023 is already here and kicking, but who says that it’s too late to add a few new resolutions to your list? My number one goal, not only in 2023, but generally in life, is to be the healthiest version of myself. Health is wealth, and it’s definitely not something that I take for granted. However, I also don’t believe in drastic lifestyle changes from one day to the next. These changes have to be small, attainable, and something that is easy to follow. Even on those days when you don’t have any motivation at all. So if you need some rewarding and attainable New Year’s resolutions to kickstart your health journey, here’s my list.
Azelaic acid probably isn't the first or even second thing that comes to mind when you think of trending skin care ingredients. Who are we kidding? Most of us don't know that it's a part of skincare. Even I, as a self proclaimed skincare fanatic, haven’t been looking too much into this ingredient. Sure, I have heard some great reviews about Ordinary’s Azelaic Acid 10% suspension. However, it never intrigued me enough to spend the money on it.
Camila Cabello has been in the news recently. However, probably not for reasons that she would have liked. First, it was her unique interpretation of the classic Christmas song “I’ll Be Home For Christmas”, and later it was the fact that her ex-boyfriend started dating his considerably older chiropractor.
It seems like Hailey Bieber has been ruling the beauty industry lately. Whatever she touches turns to gold. From her constantly sold out skincare line, to her numerous “glazed donut” trends. But like it or not, you have to admit that the model always looks absolutely flawless.