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EasyTips For Younger Looking Skin

Everyone wants to look their best. A fresh, youthful look is sought after to increase the chances of getting a job, attracting a mate or just to boost self confidence.

Youth seekers often turn to extreme diets, weight loss and eventually plastic surgery as a solution.

However, the most expensive and radical procedures and products are not always the best answer. The most important lesson Dr. Gerald Imber (www.drimber.com) has learned from performing several thousand facelifts is that looking young and staying young is about more than surgery.
Following are some of the easiest steps you can take advantage of today to start to slow (and reverse) the effects of aging. They incorporate Dr. Imber’s modern take on anti-aging and unique philosophy of prevention * maintenance * correction.

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! We hope you all have a great night, and be SAFE! Jocelyn and I are looking forward to 2011 and  will be working on a new look and features for  MakeHerUp to provide an even better site for all our great readers!

Get the Look: Dakota Fanning Eclipse Premiere

Dakota Fanning’s GET THE LOOK for the ECLIPSE red carpet premiere event in Los Angeles

June 24th 2010

Dakota Fanning’s make-up artist Sammy Mourabit used the following Neutrogena products/cosmetics and he provided key tips to re-create her look:

First I moisturized Dakota’s skin using Neutrogena new Healthy Defense SPF 50 Liquid Moisturizer (great protection and it layers invisibility under make-up providing a broad spectrum sun protection and moisturization).  (Tip: I used a wet sponge to apply the Neutrogena moisturizer in order to create a dewy look).

I covered any little imperfections under Dakota’s eyes using: Neutrogena Skin Clearing Blemish Concealer mixed with the Neutrogena Healthy Skin Brightening Eye Perfector.  Dakota only 16 years old does have perfect skin, so I have no need to use any foundation just yet which is why I created this mix as needed for just the eye area specifically.

I controlled the T-Zone shine by using the Neutrogena Skin Clearing Mineral Powder (in Classic Ivory).

I used a little touch of Neutrogena Healthy Skin Custom Glow Blush and Bronzer (Tip: I use my wet and moisturized sponge to perfectly blend the blush with her skin. It creates a natural and fresh look).

Neutrogena Healthy Lengths Mascara in black/brown is great mascara, easy to apply and rich in pigment yet not too dark.

I used on her lips, Neutrogena MoistureShine (Glisten #20) gloss.  Glosses are much more appropriate for Dakota’s age range and leave her lip moisturized and shining.

This is how I achieved this young, fresh, edgy but yet modern look on Dakota’s face.


Women’s Health 2010 Beauty Awards

Women’s Health just revealed their 2010 Beauty Awards—a list of 55 of the best hair, face, body, and makeup products—in the June issue of the magazine, on newsstands now. After slathering, smoothing and painting on more than 100 newbies, Women’s Health lets you in on those that are the real deal.

PLUS…Women’s Health is offering an online giveaway of all 55 products—a prize valued at over $1,380! http://www.womenshealthmag.com/beauty-and-style/win-beauty-products

Select Winners of the Women’s Health 2010 Beauty Awards:

Hair

·         Readers pick:

Best Shampoo

Herbal Essences Hello Hydration Shampoo ($3, at drugstores)

·         Experts pick:

Best Frizz-Fighting Product

Kérastase Oléo-Relax Slim Volume Control Intense Smoothing Cream ($38, kerastase-usa.com)

·         Editorspicks:

Best Leave-In Conditioner

Aveda Damage Remedy Daily Hair Repair ($24, aveda.com)

·         Best Product for Curly Hair

Catwalk by Tigi Curlesque Strong Mousse ($15, tigihaircare.com for salons)

Face

·         Readers’ pick:

Best Moisturizer

Aveeno Positively Radiant Daily Moisturizer with SPF 30 ($14, at drugstores)

·         Experts’ pick:

Best OTC Treatment for Uneven Skin Pigmentation

Clinique Even Better Clinical Dark Spot Corrector ($49.50, clinique.com)

·         Editors’ pick:

Best Facial Cleanser

Garnier Nutritioniste Skin Renew The Brusher Gel-Cleanser ($7, at drugstores)

·         Best Wrinkle Treatment

Patricia Wexler M.D. Dermatology Intensive Deep Wrinkle Treatment ($60, bathandbodyworks.com)

Body

·         Readers’ Pick:

Best Body Lotion

Olay Body Quench Advanced Healing Body Lotion ($10, at drugstores)

·         Experts’ pick:

Best Self-Tanner

Clarins Self-Tanning Instant Gel ($32, clarinusa.com)

·         Editors’ pick:

Best Hand Cream

St. Ives Intensive Healing Hand Cream ($3.50, at drugstores)

Best Face/Body Sunblock

Shiseido Ultimate Sun Protection Lotion SPF 60 ($39, sephora.com)

Makeup

·         Readers’ pick:

Best Eye Shadow

MAC Eye Shadow in Honey Lust ($14.50, maccosmetics.com)

·         Experts’ pick:

Best Lip Balm

Burt’s Bees Replenishing Lip Balm with Pomegranate Oil ($3, at drugstores)

·         Editors’ pick:

Best Lip Stains

Mark Gloss Gorgeous Stay On Lip Stain in Bare, Bella, and Lolli ($9, meetmark.com)

·         Best Budge-proof Eye Shadow

Tarte Lock & Roll 12 Hour Eyeshadow in Burnt Bronze ($17, tarte.com)

For the complete list of the Women’s Health “2010 WH Beauty Awards” visit: http://www.womenshealthmag.com/beauty-and-style/beauty-products-2010-womens-health-beauty-awards