Tricks to Looking Good - Even With a Sunburn!
Tricks to Looking Good - Even With a Sunburn!
Strip Down and Walk the Red Carpet With Brittany Snow
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<a href="http://www.bellasugar.com/How-Cover-Up-Sunburn-Video-30852227"></a>Covering up a sunburn can be tricky; covering up a sunburn and not irritating your skin can feel almost impossible. There are a few things you can do, though, if you've felt the burn. Hydrate with the right moisturizer, protect yourself with a nonirritating sunblock, and cover it up with makeup that won't make your irritated skin sting. We break it all down by showing you that you can hide that sunburn and feel good about doing it, too. On Kirbie: <a href="http://www.shopstyle.com/browse/Zara?utm_source=sugar-brand&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=30852227&pid=22161&pdata=onsugar1922153,30852227" class="ss_inline_link auto_link_filter no_shopsense_url_rewrite" title="Shop for Zara" target="_blank">Zara</a> dress.
<a href="http://www.popsugar.com/beauty/Brittany-Snow-Biore-Celebrity-Spokeswoman-36959724"></a>Nobody can forget it: the commercial where teenage girls pull a white strip off their nose and exclaim, "Ew! It looks like a porcupine!" It was that exact gross satisfaction that made Bioré Pore Strips a worldwide phenomenon. So it makes sense that the brand didn't need any celebrities touting the product to get the word out. This year, Bioré announced its first celebrity spokeswoman, <a class="sugar-inline-link" title="Latest photos and news for Brittany Snow" href="http://www.popsugar.com/Brittany-Snow" target="_blank">Brittany Snow</a>. And it makes sense: Brittany has flawless skin, and the 28-year-old could pass for 18 (in the best way possible). You grew up watching her in series like Guiding Light and American Dreams and movies like John Tucker Must Die (helloooo, nostalgia!) and Hairspray. And now, the kids of the millennium will remember her as Chloe from Pitch Perfect. (Yes, I know that last sentence just aged me.) Brittany is also an antibullying advocate, partnering with MTV and The JED Foundation for emotional health and preventing suicide, to launch the <a href="http://www.loveislouder.com/the-movement/" target="_blank">Love Is Louder movement</a>. I got a chance to chat with Brittany about her partnership with Bioré, the new charcoal pore strips, and, of course, everything Pitch Perfect 2. She also discussed the #StripWithBiore challenge, an opportunity that might get you on a red carpet with Britt herself at a Love Is Louder event.
<a href="http://www.popsugar.com/beauty/DIY-Antiaging-Hand-Cream-Winter-36950329"></a>Ladies, can we all agree that having soft, smooth skin takes an honest effort? Especially during the Winter months, applying body lotion can be an annoying additional step. However, keeping your hands moisturized doesn't only mean applying lotion a few times a day. There are a few other tricks to keep your skin hydrated, ranging from what you're drinking to how you sleep. Try a few of these hand-saving tips to get you through the cold, dry temperatures. All of them are supersimple and take just a few minutes.
<a href="http://www.popsugar.com/beauty/Celebrity-Skin-Care-Secrets-From-Joanna-Vargas-36892893"></a>When Hollywood actresses want perfect skin, they call Joanna Vargas. The NYC-based skin care specialist has a long list of celebrity clients that includes <a class="sugar-inline-link" title="Latest photos and news for Michelle Williams" href="http://www.popsugar.com/Michelle-Williams" target="_blank">Michelle Williams</a>, <a class="sugar-inline-link" title="Latest photos and news for Rachel Weisz" href="http://www.popsugar.com/Rachel-Weisz" target="_blank">Rachel Weisz</a>, and <a class="sugar-inline-link" title="Latest photos and news for Maggie Gyllenhaal" href="http://www.popsugar.com/Maggie-Gyllenhaal" target="_blank">Maggie Gyllenhaal</a>. This award season, Joanna has been working closely with Academy Award best actress front-runner, Julianne Moore. We sat down with Joanna to hear more about her and Julianne's road to the Oscars and to get budget-friendly skin care tips every woman can use.
<a href="http://www.popsugar.com/beauty/Reese-Witherspoon-Makeup-Wild-36782560"></a>In Wild, <a class="sugar_inline_link" title="Latest photos and news for Reese Witherspoon" href="http://www.popsugar.com/Reese-Witherspoon" target="_blank">Reese Witherspoon</a> plays a woman on a journey of self-discovery trekking through the wild alone. Reese looks relatively bare-faced in the movie, with the exception of some dirt and mud on her skin. But if you know anything about Hollywood, you know there was a lot of effort put into this au naturel look. Reese's on-set makeup artist (and Academy Award winner for Dallas Buyers Club) Robin Matthews discussed how she and Reese prepped her skin for the movie, shared how she got Reese ready for the film, plus told us <a class="sugar_inline_link" title="Latest photos and news for Matthew McConaughey" href="http://www.popsugar.com/Matthew-McConaughey" target="_blank">Matthew McConaughey</a>'s must-have beauty product. (Yes, he has one!) On Kirbie: BCBG blazer
<a href="http://www.popsugar.com/beauty/Date-Night-Makeup-Mistakes-Video-36848263"></a>For Valentine's Day, we surveyed a group of men about first-date makeup "don'ts," then had a few of them discuss those faux pas on camera. The three biggest takeaways: Avoid bold lipstick. Red, fuchsia, burgundy - all the shades your girlfriends would normally complement you about are a definite "no" to the male crowd. Why? Answers ranged from looking "too done up" to being afraid it would get all over their face at the end of the night. (Naughty.) Use a light hand with your foundation. The men were very clear in that they want a girl who looks natural and lets her true self show through, which is admirable. Some were concerned about what women were "hiding behind." Don't go overboard on eye makeup. This was a surprising revelation. Not that the men wanted less makeup - they made that very clear - but usually, when you go for a date-night look, it involves a smoky eye of some sort. A few notes from a woman who loves makeup and likes to wear it on first dates. Yes, natural lip shades are great, but they're not going to know whether you're wearing a lipstick or a gloss - wear whatever you want. And gentlemen, perhaps if a woman is wearing bright lipstick on a date, that's her way of insinuating that the date won't be sealed with a kiss? A general rule of thumb for foundation application: try the <a href="http://www.popsugar.com/beauty/Correct-Way-Apply-Foundation-Tutorial-31041581">five-dot trick</a>. It saves product, gives you the coverage you actually need, and blends seamlessly. Now for the eye makeup: if you love wearing faux lashes or three coats of mascara, go for the gold, people. I can guarantee you that your date isn't going to know the difference between your real or fake lashes. (Unless you've applied a pair that touch your eyebrows or include rhinestones.) Now for the experiment: below are two photos of my date-night looks. The photo on the left is the "don't." Bold lips and lots of eye makeup, with faux lashes to boot. It's something you would generally see a YouTube tutorial on, inspired by a magazine spread or a celebrity look. The one on the right? A natural look that focuses on dewy skin, a subdued lip shade, and accentuating the eyes with liner and natural eye shadows. The photo on the left elicited over 100 "likes" (from both men and women) on my Facebook page and several comments, one being "you made a don't a do." However, in the video, I look like a clown in this look! The point I'm trying to make: a look that might work for photographs is probably not the ideal look you should strive for in real life. Most makeup artists will tell you they add a bit more powder, blush, lip, etc. for photos because the bright lights can wash out their clients. But when you see them in real life, it does look like a ton of makeup! We spend so much time looking at celebrities and trying to emulate their looks, from intense contouring to overdrawing our lips. It's lovely to admire other women and try new things with our hair and makeup looks, but don't take their aesthetic to heart.
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