So unless you’ve been living under a rock (or mineral), you’ve heard all about the benefits of mineral makeup. More than just another makeup product trend – mineral makeup actually claims to have health benefits to make your skin look and feel better.
It’s as if our hair knows as soon as the fall and winter seasons are upon us and our hair starts misbehaving making it difficult to achieve flawless hair days. Frizz, static, fly-a-ways, dry scalp and brittle strands are all signs that the weather is getting to and damaging your delicate do.
After a lovely week in Portland where perhaps I had a little too much fun, I returned to Vancouver with a full-fledged cold. As such, I was faced with the challenging task of making myself look healthy when I was eventually forced to leave the house instead of loafing on my couch and watching Gilmore Girls (the entirety of which is now on Netflix!).
I recently took a trip to Suki’s in Vancouver to finally get a pair of shears taken to my damaged hair. While I, as usual, opted for the smallest trim I could manage while still lopping off my dead ends, I took the opportunity to ask my stylist what kinds of cuts she’s gotten the most requests for this season. Without hesitation her answer was the blunt cut.
World MasterCard Fashion Week is in full-swing in Toronto right now and I spied two gorgeous beauty looks behind-the-scenes at Target SS15 and Melissa Neptune SS15. Created by Maybelline New York Canada’s Lead Artist Grace Lee, these looks will easily translate off the runway and...