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9 Beauty Experts Share Their Best Tips

Last Updated on February 8, 2024 by Kapuluan



Michelle Phan

Here’s an interesting fact for anyone looking for animal-friendly beauty and skincare products: in today’s technologically advanced world, products do not need to be tested on animals to be deemed safe for you and me. That means, if you want, you can buy only cosmetics that don’t bring animals into the equation, which is fantastic. However, if cruelty-free is important to you, the best thing to do is get to know your brands. Read the label beyond the tagline – you want to know the facts. 

https://michellephan.com/

Cipriana Quann

The benefits of using oil on your skin instead of moisturizers: It tricks it into thinking that it doesn’t need to produce more oil. When your skin thinks it needs to produce more oil, that’s when the super shiny skin and acne hits.

  • – Oil reduces clogged pores by dissolving “plugs,” blackheads, and whiteheads
  • – Oil reduces the formation of fine lines and wrinkles
  • – All natural oils contain no harsh chemicals
  • – Oil won’t strip your skin of its natural oils
  • – Oil moisturizes and soothes irritated skin
  • – Oil clears acne and prevents it

https://urbanbushbabes.com/

Jillian Harris

Count on a bold lip to make a beauty statement with minimal effort. Reach for your favorite lipstick or crayon to add a pop of color. A bold lip allows the rest of your makeup to be minimal and more neutral. Layer your lips using a lip balm first to ensure they are not dry or chapped before applying your lipstick.

https://www.jillianharris.com

Megan Cahn (Refinery 2)

Moisturizer might seem harmless, but you’ll save your skin — and a lot of cash — if you stop overloading your face with the stuff. “People with oily skin may develop breakouts and premature aging if they over-moisturize their skin. Use enough moisturizer to keep your skin healthy, and don’t overdo it. Excessive use of moisturizer can cause your skin to secrete less of its essential oils since it’s getting it artificially from the moisturizer.”

https://www.refinery29.com/author/megan-cahn

Jen Chae (From Head to Toe)

I’m a huge advocate of finding confidence and beauty in yourself from the inside out. While that’s easy to say, it’s much more difficult to hear that message when we are images of airbrushed perfection constantly bombard our magazine and TV screens. It’s important to remember that we are all human, with our flaws and imperfections intertwined with our natural beauty. I don’t think makeup should be a mask to hide what we are afraid of, but instead, a means of expressing creativity and feeling beautiful and confident! Once we embrace ourselves in our most vulnerable state, we can appreciate the fun of things like makeup and fashion that much more.

I try makeup-free whenever possible since it’s best for your skin. Not on filming days or when I’m meeting with companies or clients, but when I’m staying at home and need to run to the post office, I don’t mind stepping out bare-faced.

 

https://www.frmheadtotoe.com/

Kate Murphy (Living Pretty Naturally)

Without fail, I travel with miniature versions of my favorite facial mist and facial oils. I’ll apply oil every couple of hours and spritz my face. The dry airplane air can take a toll on the skin, especially after 12 hours straight, but I notice the hugest difference in the texture and tone of my skin if I’m consistent about caring for it while in flight. As long as your bottles are under 100 ml, you should not have a problem.

https://livingprettynaturally.com/

Tienlyn Jacobson (Thoughtful Misfit)

One of my favorite ways to wash my face involves something right out of the kitchen – coconut oil! It is great for almost every skin type and has many fabulous benefits for your skin. I do this every morning. And not only is it super effective, and it will help your skin with a slew of concerns, from redness to acne to dry skin and so much more.

https://www.thoughtfulmisfit.com/

Natalie Borton (Glitter Guide)

{Streamline your morning beauty routine} Stick to Multi-Use Products Any product that can do more than one thing is your friend. Try an SPF lotion, or a tinted moisturizer, to skip the face cream and foundation. And try a cream blush that’s also a lip color.

https://theglitterguide.com/

Mary Hood Luttrell (The Every Girl)

Mix liquid foundation with a drop of moisturizer to create custom coverage and a natural finish.

Why it helps: This method is ideal for dry skin, making the foundation look more natural and less cakey. How to do it: Begin with one pump of foundation and a small amount of day cream on the back of your hand. Mix them and apply them (use your preferred method). Vary the ratio of foundation to moisturizer to suit your needs.

https://theeverygirl.com/

 

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