WHAT IS NOW & HOW TO DO IT: TONING DROPS
The salon may be out of bounds, but it is still possible to increase your hair color at home. Toner drops are easy to use: just add them to the shampoo and conditioner. Or color expert Lisa Shepherd recommends applying them on damp hair and leaving for five minutes.
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Jennifer Aniston turns 52 next month, but her skin has never looked more youthful, thanks to Swisscode Pure Hyaluron (£ 90 for 15ml, pureskinboutique.net).
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Almost 30% of office workers will take less time off this summer
Summer is coming soon, but unlike previous summers, this season will definitely be different for workers due to COVID-19. Veuer’s Mercer Morrison has the story.
How to pop a pimple yourself, according to Dr. Pimple Poppers tips
Insider producer Celia Skvaril video chatted with Dr. Sanda Lee, aka Dr. Pimple Popper, to get her professional advice on how to pop a pimple at home. While Lee does not recommend people to pop their own pimples, pimples are a habit that many struggle to quit. With much of the world living at home, people do not see dermatologists and estheticians on a regular basis and may struggle with a higher than usual urge to pick their skin. Lee offered his tips on how to best minimize the risk of scarring and further infection when popping your own pimples, such as trying to pop only superficial whiteheads and sterilizing pimples and tools properly both before and after popping. Following Lee’s tips, Celia tried to pop her own whitehead at home. For more from Dr. Pimple Popper, visit: https://slmdskincare.com/ https://www.instagram.com/drpimplepopper/
How to explain a coronavirus-related layoff on the resume
If you are laid off due to the coronavirus pandemic and are on the job hunt, you are probably wondering how to explain it on your resume.
The super serum, which is a big hit with Hollywood stars, contains a high concentration of clinical hyaluronic acid that leaves the skin lumpy and radiant. It works quickly, and increases the moisture level by 20 percent in less than two hours, and also reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
CAN I STOP THE SCREEN THAT MAKES ME WRINKLE?
Yes, you should be able to do that, according to Dr. Bibi Ghalaie, Medical Director of the British Aesthetics Clinic.
‘With so many of us working from home, the’ Zoom boom ‘has led to increased time on our phones and computers, which can lead to strained eyes. This can lead to fine lines and wrinkles, she explains. ‘Use a moisturizer that protects against aging HEV light (emitted by our devices) for maximum protection.’
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