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From the Blog

Dolphin skin: Skin dives beyond "dewy" and straight into wet.

A recent trend that's been making waves all over Instagram is "dolphin skin". 

Dolphin skin is  how you’d imagine your face looking after rising out of the water.  Unlike the aptly named glass skin, which is all about acheiving a smooth, poreless, luminous complexion via an elaborate skin-care routine, dolphin skin is the effect of highlighter....and more highlighter....and even more highlighter. It looks shiny and vaguely slippery.

Skin Prep For Exceptional Make-Up Applications

Whether you're aiming to embrace a low-maintenance summer look or practicing glamorous and on-trend looks for a special event, there is one step that is essential for a beautiful, finished look: SKIN PREP.

Skin Prep is different from your daily regimen in that it infuses a quick boost of hydration to the skin,

Make-Up When You're Masked-Up

Make-Up While Masked Up

Wearing a mask in public doesn't mean that you can't have fun with make-up at the same time! Sure, maybe anything but a good lip balm is extraneous on the lower half of your face. But why not play up your most compelling, expressive feature - your eyes?

We recently discussed making up while masking up with Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Lifestyle and Fashion Editor, Sara Bauknecht.

Caring For Your Hands

As the Coronavirus pandemic continues, we all find ourselves washing our hands and using sanitizer more than ever. While this is necessary and important to do, it can also leave our hands vulnerable to damage and contact dermatitis.

When we overwash our hands and use alcohol based sanitizers (Again - something we MUST do right now for the good of public health), our hands become stripped of essential oils and its barrier function becomes compromised. What does that mean?

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