With the help of the internet, social media, and blog posts, it is not hard to discover trending beauty and skin care practices. If you follow beauty gurus and read the latest skin care blogs, I’m sure you are familiar with facial massages by using gemstones and crystal rollers. Although this technique may appear to be new to you, this technique has been around for decades. The popularity of facial massages as seen by facial masseuses, makeup artists, estheticians, and YouTubers has helped resurface an ancient skin care practice. This healing technique is called Gua Sha.
Press-on nails might appear to be a blast from the past. A decade or two back, press-on nails were typically white, french tip nails, striped, decked out in animal prints, or in lovely floral designs. Most designs offered in the past lacked quality and variety. Nowadays, you can have a variety of press-on nails at drug stores and higher end, luxury stores.
Spring has arrived, rewarding us with brighter days and warmer nights. With the current weary atmosphere of the world at the moment — protests, state mandatory lockdowns, supply shortages, and higher rates of unemployment — it is in everyone’s best interest to stay active in order to keep your state-of-mind healthy.
True or false: Mascara has been around since 3400 B.C. The answer is true! Egyptian men and women wore eyeliner and mascara made out of natural resources and applied it with ivory found in bones. This ancient beauty technique was used to protect the eyes — also known as windows to the soul — from evil spirits and bad juju. No wonder why this makeup product has been a staple ever since.
It is almost impossible to ignore negative aspects while being a member of today’s society. Negative topics are broadcasted in the news, share through feeds online, and multiply in people’s heads. It is hard to withdrawal from indulging in all of this, even if one were to isolate themselves from negativity on the outside. They can still ruminate inside your body and mind.
I've noticed how much social media use has turned sour. When I created social media accounts back in high school, it was just plain fun. I would update people on what I was doing, thinking, eating, and posted a lot of pictures with my friends.