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Add definition with mascara

February 17, 2013

Upturned lashes let in more light, thus brightening the eye area. Curl lashes and add definition by wiggling the mascara wand right at the root of the lashes. Singer Kelly Rowland

Pores: (large or small) We All Have To Deal With Them

August 05, 2012

Everybody's got 'em — they're the openings to our oil glands. But whether or not you pay attention to your pores probably depends on their size.

 If you don’t spend much time poring over your pores, chances are they’re small and don’t get clogged too often. But if your pores are on the larger side, you might be dealing with one or more acne-related conditions including blackheads, whiteheads and cysts. Typically, people with oily skin tend to have enlarged pores that secrete excess oil, or sebum. Larger pores are also more likely to get clogged with dead skin cells, dirt, and bacteria. Dermatologists generally treat acne-related conditions with topical antimicrobials that help disinfect the skin, and topical retinoids to help unclog pores and prevent white- and blackheads from forming.

The fact is you can’t get rid of your pores, or even shrink them, but you can cleanse and care for your skin in ways that make pores less visible. And that includes staying out of the sun -- too much sun exposure (as well as the aging process) reduces the amount of collagen in our skin, and that also causes pores to expand.

Make sure you start a day and night time routine:

Use pore refining cleansers

Weekly facial treatments


Exfoliate daily

  • Put your makeup to work. Try Devezin Cosmetics primers, concealers, foundation, loose mineral powder, and blotting sheets, these products can help you maintain coverage and make large pores less visible. Just be sure to thoroughly cleanse your face at day’s end to keep pores from getting clogged with makeup residue.

Lastly, Even though people with normal and dry skin tend to have smaller pores than those with an oily or combination complexion, they may still be susceptible to certain pore problems. Plus, skin type can change with age, or as a result of environmental factors, genetics, nutrition, or complications related to other health conditions. If you’re concerned about any skin changes, talk to your dermatologist.

Spring Has Arrived! New Trends New Colors New Products New Y-O-U

December 30, 2011


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Red Carpet Ready (Close-Up)

February 26, 2011

Red Carpet Ready

Make Up Should Look Like You're Not Wearing Anything at All.  I've Chosen A Unique Blend Of The Purest, Mildest Ingredients To Create An Oil Free, Fragrance Free, Formula Designed For All Skin Types; Especially Great For Women Concerned About Breaking Out, or Looking To Made up  -  It  Covers  It Enhances -   It Evens Out Your Complexion -   Never Looking Obvious. Even Close Up.

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Why Use Concealer

February 17, 2013

Target your concealer.  There are a couple spots you should dab for an instantly brighter look. Apply concealer on the vein just above the inner corner of your eyes, and right below the brow bone for a lifting effect.Hideaway Corrective Concealer


December 31, 2012

Face 2013 With Flawless Skin

December 25, 2012

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