Your First Laser Hair Removal Session: Preparation and Aftercare Tips
Pride Magazine » Beauty
by Pride_Magazine
1w ago
Laser hair removal has revolutionised how we manage unwanted hair, offering a long-term solution that outperforms traditional methods like shaving, waxing, and plucking. Proper preparation and following the recommended post-treatment care are crucial to achieving the best results from your laser hair removal treatments. How Does Laser Hair Removal Work? Laser hair removal uses concentrated light beams to target and destroy hair follicles. The Syneron Candela GentleMax Pro uses both Alexandrite and Nd:YAG wavelengths and is highly effective for various skin types and hair colours. The Alexandri ..read more
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Common Contouring Mistakes!
Pride Magazine » Beauty
by Pride Magazine
2w ago
MAC Senior Artist, Debbie Finnegan offers advice on tackling contouring faux pars. “Contouring is popular in the media now with many celebrities demonstrating quite a dramatic form of contouring which looks fabulous but not easiest to do at home. Look At Your Profile – When people try to recreate this look the key mistake can be forgetting to look at the face from a side profile view. Blend, blend, blend – a big mistake is having lines looking too strong. Make sure the placement is correct and well blended with a good brush. Right Colour – It helps to get the right product and shade for the p ..read more
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Sparkle Shadows: How to Use them Correctly?
Pride Magazine » Beauty
by Pride_Magazine
3M ago
Glowing makeup is back in fashion! It emphasizes the depth of the eyes and is suitable for daytime and evening looks. The ideal means for creating it are sparkles. What kind of makeup product is this and how to use it correctly? Let’s talk! Shine Bright This word perfectly conveys the essence of the product. Sparkles are eyeshadows made from small sparkles. They may vary in glitter size and product consistency. This product is often confused with glitter. If you see large shimmering particles dissolved in the gel, these are glitters, and if they are small, dense and pigmented with the texture ..read more
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Cocoa Butter: How to Choose and Correctly Use the “Dessert” for Skin and Hair
Pride Magazine » Beauty
by Pride_Magazine
3M ago
The fruits of the chocolate tree are the basis for a delicacy beloved by many. And we’re not just talking about chocolate, but also about cocoa butter. It is often used for home care of the skin of the face, body and hair. Many say that it was thanks to this “dessert” that they achieved soft, velvety skin and shiny hair. Vegetable oils are one of the main fatty components of cosmetics, and cocoa butter is no exception. It is most often added to body and hair care products, and to nourishing creams intended for dry and normal skin. The main beneficial properties of cocoa butter for the skin are ..read more
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Cherish
Pride Magazine » Beauty
by Pride Magazine
6M ago
Put your perfect face forward with these jaw dropping looks. Photography, Make up, Hair: Malkia Roberts malkia.co.uk Flourish Get a metallic eye and coral lip combo for an end of summer flourish. On eyes apply layers of MAC pigment in Gold (£16.50) until it looks bold and contour with a black or dark brown eyeshadow like Illamasqua Powder Eye Shadow in Machine (£17). Next, create a bold lip with Charlotte Tilbury K.I.S.S.I.N.G lipstick in Coachella Coral (£24). Petals If you’re the type of person who chooses traditional colours for your eye make, try experimenting with soft swatches of colour ..read more
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The Secret to Looking Expensive at a fraction of the price!
Pride Magazine » Beauty
by Pride Magazine
6M ago
Check out our cheap and inexpensive beauty tips from industry experts and celebrities. By Shevelle Rhule Spot Control : Got a spot? Crush up an aspirin and make into a paste with a tablespoon of water. Salicylic acid is used for spots in facial washes and is the cousin of aspirin. It basically works by drying out the spot. If you can’t afford a microdermabrasion, go to your local beach (no joke) and pick up some sand to use as a mild exfoliating treatment. Or, try Nurture’s skin brightening facial exfoliator for deep cleansing and a gentle microdermabrasion-like effect at only £7.45. Julie Bra ..read more
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Dispelling Cosmetic Surgery Misconceptions: Empowering Black Women on the Path to Self-Confidence
Pride Magazine » Beauty
by Pride_Magazine
8M ago
In the world of cosmetic surgery, a noticeable void has persisted for far too long – a lack of representation and tailored information for women with dark and black skin. This deficiency has fueled a host of misconceptions and myths, leaving those seeking cosmetic enhancements perplexed and hesitant in their pursuit of self-confidence. Nestled within the historic Kentish town of Royal Tunbridge Wells, the Bella Vou Cosmetic Surgery Clinic has been at the forefront of surgical innovation and pioneering techniques, producing outstanding results for dark-skinned patients, where previously many su ..read more
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Beauty on Trial
Pride Magazine » Beauty
by Pride Magazine
8M ago
The Pride ladies test out the latest beauty trends and question whether they work on black skin. The Trend: Grunge EyesDistressed, cool and a little slept in – grunge make up is THE beauty trend of A/W. Admittedly it does take a bit of work to look great when your make up is supposed to look bad so it’s a good job that the Pride ladies are putting this trend to the test. Shevelle Rhule, Fashion and Beauty Editor: I have sat many a time in front of a make up artist while they applied, blended and applied some more eye shadow, lashes and liner expecting to feel like a royal queen and well lookin ..read more
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Queen
Pride Magazine » Beauty
by Pride Magazine
8M ago
Look at regal as Royalty with this killer look This timeless look is just the make up to wear this winter.  Groom brows with Black Up Gel Eyebrow Powder (£24.50)  and apply Bobbi Brown Eye Shadow in Rich Brown (£19) over the lids and below the lower lashes, darkening the outer eye with a black eyeshdaow. Finish with Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revloution Birkin Brown (£24) on lips. Photography, Make up, Hair: Malkia Roberts – malkia.co.uk   ..read more
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50 Shades of Black
Pride Magazine » Beauty
by Pride Magazine
9M ago
Despite the fact that black women account for a good proportion of the money spent annually on cosmetics, we are still getting short shrift when it comes to finding the right shade of foundation. So why is this? Pride investigates… by Mary Bello   The foundation that I use has been discontinued and it was the deepest shade in the range. The next colour along is called ‘dark’ and would look at home on a woman whose complexion is similar to Eva Longoria’s. I was pretty affronted when this happened – I mean, I’m roughly a medium black skin-tone in the spectrum from fair through to dark- skin ..read more
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