Moisturizers are creams that will give you a more heavy duty, long lasting hydration and if used regularly can affect your skin's texture making it smoother.
Thermal Waters, however, are more for on the go. On hot summer days or when you're skin's feeling dry and dehydrated at the office or during travel. It's meant to refresh the skin and give it quick hydration but is not as effective or long lasting as moisturizers of course.
I suggest the classic dark red or oxblood shade, it does with everything and is very flattering. However, you can also try a bright apple red or a dark blue with a glitter topper would also be fabulous!
For your toes we suggest going for an oxblood or dark red shade, with the gold sandals your toes will pop beautifully. as for your manicure for an evening look we suggest matching your fingernails with your toes, if not go for nude shade that's flattering for your skin color.
That's an awesome question. In Paris during Christmas time, Parisian women stroll the streets in short dresses and skirts with tights/colons underneath. It looks gorgeous with their beautiful coats and boots.
Skirts are considered a huge part of fall and winter fashion especially during holiday season. Some skirts are made of thick materials or wool and for some women the tights underneath is enough to keep them warm, so it depends on their tolerance to the weather. Also in a lot of countries, all indoors areas are heated during the winter so they only get to experience the cold as they move from one place to another.
Your Makeup look here can go in a lot of different directions.
- Classic Look:
You can go for the classic red lip with a black dress look. It's flattering and the red lip will look great in pictures and help illuminate your face against the black dress. Keep the eye makeup simple
You can elevate the sexiness of a black night gown with a sexy smokey eyes. A winged liner looks great with a black dress. Try brown or taupe eyeshadow shades and smoke them out on your top and lower lash line. Keep the lip simple, nude color and gloss!
- Pop of color:
You can go a little wild and try a colored eyeshadow look. Start off slow with a dark royal blue shade, all over the lid and add some sparkle to brighten it up. Lots and lots of mascara and a pinky blush, nude lip.
Hello :) Finding something to wear everyday to Uni can be difficult. You need to find something that is easy to throw on every morning and style easily, those would be the basics. Find a jumper or jacket that make you feel confident and get more from it in different colors so you don't get bored. For your Hijab, we recommend getting neutral veils, with minimal patterns that can easily fit most of your outfits without having to worry if it's going to match or not. If you get bored from the outfits being to basic or repetitive, accessories can be really flattering and can easily change an outfit. A belt, a clunky necklace or even a colorful scarf.
We have an article dedicated to college hijab fashion, you can take some inspiration from it here.
You can also check out Hijab Fashion Section to help you find different way to style your Hijab.
As for Petite wear we recently wrote about stores that carry petite lines, this can help you as well.
Thank you very much for your lovely feedback! If we understand your question properly, then we'd recommend always cleaning your face first with facial cleanser (the ones with milk are good idea), then using a hydrating toner. Using a cleanser would help you remove makeup, dirt and any impurities during your busy day, while using a toner can help you shrink pores, moisturize and refresh your skin.
We're happy you're asking that question, because starting at a young age to take care of your skin is bound to go a long way with having a beautiful one. Drinks lots of water regularly, eat healthy, you can use wipes to clean up your skin, wash it twice daily, use a light moisturizer and use sunscreen.
It all comes down to your skin type and what blends with it best, which is why we always test out foundations because what works perfectly on one of us, doesn't necesserily do the trick for the rest. What we usually do is as follows, if you have an oily or combination skin then powder might be a better solution. If you have dry skin, a foundation would work best.
As a hijabi, you probably spend most of your time wearing a headscarf. But you've got to take a moment to reconsider how you treat your hair when it's under your headscarf. So, if you want to avoid hair loss and hair breakage, here's the right way to tie your hair with hijab.
1. The worst thing you can do to your hair is to wash it, tie it up really tight while it's still wet, and then cover it with a headscarf, and spend many hours in the same form. With time, your hair will fall, and it will become very weak.
2. You need to brush your hair every day, or every other day, according to your hair type. Because twisted hair becomes very dry, so when you'll try to brush it, it will break.
3. Forget about tight hair ties, whether your hair is wet or not. When you tie your hair tight, you twist it and you make it easier to break. So, if you like braids, keep them loose, if you like low buns, also keep them loose.
4. It's best to use hair ties made of fabric, they're so much gentler on your hair.
5. Last but not least, don't wrap your hijab too tight, it also contributes to your hair's health and strength.
We hope we were able to answer your question properly. If you still have more questions about this topic please don't hesitate to send us again. :)