Peep toe heels in basic shades of black or white patent leather go with just about any dress or skirt, while unique red heels add a pop of bold color to help you stand out from the crowd.
When you’re feeling extra bold, slide into a pair of these vintage pin up heels, apply your best shade of lipstick and watch as every head in the room turns your way as you saunter in.
Instead of hollowing out your cheeks with aggressive contouring, hone your highlighting skills – switch to strobing and highlighting to subtly sculpt and inject radiance and glow into your complexion.
Dab (a gel highlighter that delivers flawless lustre) over the high points of your face – the bridge of your nose, your cheekbones, Cupid’s Bow, and in a small ‘C’ shape around the outer corner of your eyes for instant skin brightness.
The key to mastering makeup in your forties is in opting for classic looks with a fresh, modern feel.
The tricks, techniques, and products that you employed in your thirties can be both outdated and unsuited to your complexion as skin ageing kicks in, so now’s the prime time to fine-tune your makeup routine to suit the visible changes in your skin.
Ever since the silent film era, Hollywood beefcake photos have titillated both female and gay male fans.
Shocking, because what he found was an enormous cache of nude photographs, thousands and thousands of photographs of young men in front, side and rear poses.
To bring sallow skin back to life, opt for will even out discolouration, whilst imparting a fresh, dewy glow without feeling mask-like.
Choose multi-tasking products with virtuous formulas; these days most foundations have a wealth of benefits, from added hydration to priming capabilities and SPF protection.
He called in a professional, a document-disposal expert, who initiated a two-step torching procedure.
First, every single one of the many thousands of photographs was fed into a shredder, and then each of the shreds was fed to the flames, thereby insuring that not a single intact or recognizable image of the nude Yale students -- some of whom had gone on to assume positions of importance in government and society -- would survive.