Pevonia Botanica’s Lumafirm Freeze-Dried At-Home Intensifier ($20) is a face mask that uses freeze dried technology. In other words, the ingredients begin to work the moment they touch your skin. The formula is made to firm and even out skin tone.
We tried it, and here’s how it works: Read More
I haven’t worked out since I got pregnant with Rex — that’s more than 2 years ago. As a result, many of my muscles have fallen asleep. I didn’t realize this until I met David Reavy. He’s a physical therapist who founded React Physical Therapy in Chicago, and he has a new approach to treating injuries that works.
I schlep my sons (25 pounds and 17 pounds) everywhere. I carry them on my hip up and down and contort my body in such positions that I work my arms so hard, they shake from fatigue. I walk around feeling as though my shoulders are touching my ears, my lower back has a lingering soreness and my body alignment is now cockeyed. To my fellow moms, you know what I’m talking about. Read More
If you’re not a big lipstick wearer, here’s a product for you. Read More
Living Proof has a reputation for setting the bar high when it comes to hair products. Their Full Thickening Mousse is a winner. The brand, which was started by some brainy MIT peeps, was also one of the first to bring the concept of primer for hair to market. The Prime Style Extender is meant to perform like a makeup primer. Read More
Remember when I told you about a pill promising to cure your hair of grays? If not, click here to read. Well, here’s a product that rids grays and doesn’t have to be ingested. Read More
Here at The Beauty Girl, we sure do love a glitter manicure. A little extra shimmer and shine on your nails can really go a long way. Especially if you’re trying to spice up your regular manicure but are exhausted at the mere thought of painting a detailed masterpiece onto your tiniest finger. So for this glitter mani, we’re giving you a break! Stash away your polish because all you need is a top coat, and arts & crafts fine-grain glitter. Follow these three simple steps as demonstrated by former intern Elizabeth and your tips will be turning heads, no doubt.
What you need
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To create this mani all you need is a top coat, fine grained arts & crafts glitter, and a little brush to dust away the particles from around your nails. I used an old lip stain brush because the bristles are firmer, but a mini painting brush would work just as well too.
P.S. As many of you know, baby Jasper was born soon after I shot this video. He’s now 3 months old and doing great.
There are countless scrubs and creams on the market catering to sensitive skin. But nail polish? Turns out yes, thanks to Clinique. The beauty brand has recently released a collection of polishes for people with sensitive skin. Read More
We love a red lip, but many people avoid it because it seems intimidating. The Beauty Girl has done videos on this subject and even put on an entire event around The Red Lip.
We’re always game to try a new red lip color, so when this “gloss stain” (the formula looks shiny on lips like a gloss but is long-lasting like a stain) by Physicians Formula arrived, we gave it a test drive. (Intern Elizabeth is wearing it in the above photo). Read More