Eye Options

New ways to rock your eyeliner in 2017

This year is off to an exciting start in beauty. The runways showed us fresh, fun and wearable makeup looks, especially when it comes to eyeliner. Here are some fabulously eye catching updates to try.

Colorful Cat Eye
If you love a good cat eye, try this year’s update and add some bold color to this classic look. A cat eye done in a teal or an electric blue hue makes this iconic look modern for 2017. If  bright colors are too much for you,  try dark green for a more subtle take on this trend.

Just The Waterlines
Another fresh look is lining just your upper and lower waterlines with black liner. This technique, called tightlining, is best achieved with a pencil liner that contains moisturizers. JAFRA Eye Pencil with Vitamin E is a great option for  smooth application that won’t pull or irritate your eyes. Tightlining your upper and lower lash lines without using eyeshadow or mascara can emphasize your eyes without appearing overly made up. Remember to clean your eyeliners on a regular basis to avoid transferring bacteria.

Smokey and Smudgy
Another new look for 2017 is lining your upper and lower lashes, and then using a cotton swab to smudge the liner, creating a lived-inline. This is a great eye to try in navy, brown or grey. Dip your cotton swab in water for an even more smudged result.

Glitter and Metallics
This is a great look for a fun night out! Wet an eyeliner brush, dip it in glitter eyeshadow and line your lower lashes with shine. If glitter is too much for you, try lining your upper lash line in a metallic tone like JAFRA Eye Pencil in Silver for a subtle glimmer of this statement look. 

Operation: Rapunzel

Tips to strengthen and lengthen your hair

As women get older, some of their biggest beauty complaints are related to hair that is thinning, breaking or just won’t grow. There are many factors that can cause hair issues; from hormones (pregnancy or stages of menopause), to damage from excessive heat-styling, to using the wrong products. Here are some tips to help your tresses grow long and strong.

Treat Your Scalp
Like all living things in this world, your hair and scalp need TLC. Stimulating your scalp with a massage can help increase blood flow and provide the foundation for healthy hair growth. Once a week, take the time to apply a scalp and hair conditioning treatment, such as JAFRA Spa Scalp Massage and Hair Treatment. After shampooing your hair, apply the treatment to your hair from root to end. Next, spend a few minutes massaging your scalp. Enhance your treatment by wearing a shower cap or warm towel over hair for at least 10 minutes to seal in moisture. Cool It Down.

Frequent heat styling is enough to cause dry, damaged hair. Wash your hair every other day depending on your hair type, so your tresses can get a break from the heat. If you absolutely have to wash your hair, try washing it at night and styling it in the morning when it’s almost dry. You can also use a microfiber towel to remove as much water as possible to reduce drying time. Before using a hair dryer, be sure to apply a protective product, like JAFRA Hair Detangling Shine Spray, which contains vitamins, oils and butters to help detangle, strengthen and condition your hair. If you have split ends, grab some JAFRA Split-End Hair Repair Capsules to help repair your stands and prevent further breakage.

Take It Easy
One way that hair can become damaged is  keeping it pulled into a tight ponytail or bun too frequently. If you wear your hair up most of the time, be sure that your hair is dry and moisturized before styling. Use a hair band that is elastic and free of metal clasps. After styling, use a serum or shine spray to keep fly aways at bay. Another way to reduce breakage is switching to a satin or silk pillowcase. The soft, smooth fabric prevents tangling and breakage, especially if your hair type is more coarse.

Hair Foods
Beauty truly does start from the inside out, so try eating foods that can benefit your health, and your hair along with it. Foods like salmon, nuts, and berries are high in vital beauty nutrients like omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants. You can even talk to your doctor about a multivitamins designed to improve your hair and skin.

Lights Out, Good Lookin’

Before bed beauty tips for your body and soul

You’ve probably heard the term beauty sleep, but did you know that the time you spend catching Z’s at night can be put to good use improving your skin, hair and overall appearance? Take the tips below to the pillow and maximize your sleep cycle, so you can wake up looking refreshed.

Don’t Forget Your Face
This one may sound obvious, but after a long day, we may forget (or neglect) to properly clean our faces.  The trouble is, leaving leftover makeup and dirt on your skin at the end of a long day can have detrimental consequences to your complexion. To avoid blackheads, clogged pores and early signs of aging, wash your face every night before bed. Make a ritual of washing your face with a gentle, skin-appropriate cleanser. Once a week, replace your usual cleanser with an exfoliator and toner, spot treating any problem areas. Include your neck and décolletage when you’re exfoliating and toning. Mega moisturize with a serum to add an extra boost your thirsty face. Your skin will thank you!

Misty Moisturization
The benefits of steam on your skin cannot be overstated, but who has time for regular trips to the spa? Don’t worry if you don’t; a cool mist humidifier is the easiest way to maximize your moisture overnight. You’ll forget what you ever did without one! If a new appliance is not in the cards at the moment, spend a little extra time each night over your sink with a towel while the hot water runs. Just a few minutes of steam will help flush out toxins and hydrate your skin.

Mane Mask
Winter is the prime time for fly away frizz and dried out hair we’d all rather do without. To combat frizz and dryness, apply an overnight treatment to your tresses once a week after you’ve washed your hair. Comb it through carefully, and then pile your hair on top of your head if length permits. Then, put on a cap and hit the hay. You’ll wake up in the morning with lovely moisturized locks.

Sleep Softer
It may sound lavish (and it is), but by investing in a silk pillowcase you’ll be doing your hair and skin a real service. Sleeping on silk helps tame frizz and reduces the friction between your face and your sleeping surface, reducing dryness and irritation.

Think About It
Last but certainly not least, consider a five to ten minute meditation before you turn in. It’s some time set aside just for you and your sanity where you can release tension from the day and set new goals, big and small. You’ll rest easier and sleep more soundly with a clear head and the results will show on your face.

“Right Now” Brows

See what brow shapes are trending for 2017

2017 is upon us and it seems that the high arched, heavily penciled-in brows of last year are on their way out. So what’s taking their place? Natural, though not necessary neat, eyebrow shapes are everywhere this season from the runway to the red carpet, but if you think going au naturel is as easy as letting your brows run wild, think again. Much like the carefully casual, “thrown together” looks synonymous with Italian glamour, this seemingly simple brow style takes a certain amount of thought and a bit of work.

Cut It Out (and fill it in)
While super filled-in or even tattooed eyebrows may be waning out of the mainstream, microblading is everywhere. Artists use a tiny blade to fill in sparse brows with individual strokes. It’s similar to tattooing, but semi-permanent. It’s also a great way to get a full, natural look when your brows are over-tweezed or scarce.

All About The Brush
If you’ve got plenty of brows to go around, you have to keep them in order. As with all things beauty, a certain amount of maintenance is required. If you see a stray brow hair, don’t yank it out. Keep your natural shape by brushing your brow hairs upward, trimming where necessary to avoid looking like your grandfather!

Frame Your Face
While brows are indeed a must (unless you want an avant garde, nude brow look), ultra-heavy brows usually aren’t the right move. It’s wise to use a light touch with gels, pencils, powders, or whatever brow product you’re using. Brows are meant to frame your eyes and face, not detract from them.
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