Creating Radiant Skin:

Radiant skin is the key to beauty. When skin appears flawless, everything else sparkles. Even if your complexion has issues, you can still achieve a luminous glow by using the right products – for your skin type – in the right

Dry Skin:

For dry skin, start by applying a luminizing face primer all over to eliminate dry patches. Follow with a liquid or cream foundation; tints or powders create drier-looking skin. Blend well, including over the eyelids, into the hairline and a little down the neck. Then use a pink-toned concealer under the eyes and a foundation-shade concealer on trouble spots. Next, apply a cream shimmer in a highlighting shade like pale pink, bronze or pale gold on top of the cheekbones. With more mature skin, be sure to avoid putting shimmer near lines around the eyes. Dust a sheer translucent powder only on the t-zone. This will leave your cheeks looking dewy fresh. You can dust a little powder across the eyelids using an eye shadow brush; too much powder around the eye area looks cakey. A light touch will just prevent eye makeup from running.

Oily Skin:

If your complexion is oily, use a primer to even out your complexion and apply a liquid foundation or tint. Apply sparingly to face and follow with a translucent powder. (Colored powders will streak on oily skin.) If you want to create a natural glow, don’t powder the tops of the cheekbones. Stay away from cream to powder foundations as they tend to smudge and discolor during the day when mixed with your skin’s natural oils. If you want to apply a powder shimmer after your foundation, sweep a light dusting on top of your cheekbone with a fan brush but use sparingly. Carry blotting papers with you for touch ups throughout the day.

Combination or Problem Skin:

For combination or problem skin, slick on primer as your first step and stick with the liquid foundations that contain natural ingredients and that are paraben-free. This type of formula looks great and stay put all day. For blemishes, I like to spot conceal rather than cover the entire face with suffocating foundation. For spot concealing use a small-tipped concealer brush and dip it into a bit of concealer. Dab on the spot and lightly blend with the brush. For ladies with rosacea try blending on a bit of yellow hued conceal after foundation to eliminate any redness.


David Atlanta Magazine - Presents - Men Of David - Contest

Just had to take a sec to give a Shout Out and Thank everyone that took the time and #voted for me.With your support I made the #menofdavid TOP 10 WOO HOO! I am excited and looking forward to the big event at #jungleatlanta Its going to be a blast im sure and even more importantly the proceeds go to benefit #aidatlanta Big Thanks to the incredible team at #davidatlmagazine Hope you all have a Fantastic weekend!


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MAC PatentPolish Lip Pencils (Coming Soon) The MAC Patentpolish Lip Pencil Collection is coming soon to counters kids! This uniquely blended creamy emoilent chubby lip pencil promises an smooth texture with lucious shine. Available in 12 shades MAC PatentPolish Lip Pencils have a twist up design so no sharpener is required! Take a peek!

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Reba McEntire Remembers Band Members on Anniversary of Plane Crash

Reba McEntire Remembers Band Members on Anniversary of Plane Crash  It’s been 23 years since eight friends and members of Reba McEntire‘s band lost their lives in a tragic plane crash. It was a deeply heartbreaking time for the singer, who took to social media on Sunday (March 16) to share a heartfelt statement about her lost loved ones:

Longtime country fans will remember the tragedy, which occurred in 1991. Seven of McEntire’s band members, her tour manager and two pilots crashed near the U.S.-Mexican border, killing everyone on the flight. The plane was en route to Amarillo, Texas to refuel and then to Fort Wayne, Ind., where the country star had a concert scheduled.

Sadly, the plane never made it.Reba McEntire Remembers Band Members on Anniversary of Plane Crash

“One of them took off, and when the other one took off, the tip of the wing of the airplane hit a rock on the side of Otay Mountain, and it killed everyone on the plane,” McEntire recalls in an emotional OWN appearance.

“When we were notified, Narvel went and met with our pilot, and he told us what had happened. And Narvel came back to the hotel room where I was — it was two or three o’clock in the morning — and he said one of the planes had crashed, and I said, ‘Are they OK?’ He said, ‘I don’t think so.’ I said, ‘But you’re not sure?’ He said, ‘I don’t think so,’” McEntire recalls.

“… I don’t guess it ever quits hurting,” the country icon adds. “But I can see that room. I can see Narvel walking back and forth.”

Even though it’s been more than 20 years, McEntire vows to this day that her friends will never be forgotten.Reba McEntire Remembers Band Members on Anniversary of Plane Crash