We’re almost at the end of Movember, so how many of you newly hirsute men have grown accustomed to your moustaches and want to carry on nurturing them? Moustaches are IN in a big way, but if you’re not confident in your moustache-wearing or moustache-grooming ability, then Stephen Handisides, male grooming expert and founder of... Continue Reading →
Did you know that the colours in fruit and veggies represent different antioxidants?
Antioxidants can be identified in food by their colour and these colourful molecules work to protect your body from the chemicals produced during oxidation, lifting the colour of your skin and giving a beautiful glow! So try eating a variety of colours in each meal – the more antioxidants you have in your body, the more your skin will glow!
- Red in foods may help keep skin firm, bringing that glow within you
Don’t you just love the bright red colour in tomatoes and red peppers? Lycopene is responsible for making food this colour! This antioxidant helps with your skin`s circulation, giving it a refreshing boost, while keeping your skin firm and glowing. Next time you’re in the fruit and veggie aisle, be sure to pick up some strawberries and tomatoes!
- Blue and purple in food may help as an…
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Step 1. THE BASE
- Massage a very small drop (pea size) of Jojoba oil onto the skin to moisturise and prep for makeup. Allow oil to sink in for 5-10 minutes.
- Apply Ere Perez Natural Oatmilk foundation over the entire face, buff in circular motions using Ere Perez foundation brush for flawless application.
Hot Tip – focus on putting foundation on central areas of the face and blend out towards the sides of face where less coverage is needed.
Step 2. THE CHEEKS
- Apply Ere Perez Pure Rice Powder Bronzer, using the darker shade to contour underneath the cheekbone.
Hot Tip – Apply contour shading finger width size for the most natural effect.
- Use fingers to apply and blend Versatile Vanilla Sun Halo Highlighter on upper cheekbones, down the centre of nose, cupid’s bow and brow bone for that extra dewy glow.
Step 3. THE EYES
- Apply a light layer…
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Actress Carly Schroeder (25) has been in the spotlight since the age of 3, starring in advertising roles as well as in TV shows, such as Port Charles and General Hospital, Dawson’s Creek and Lizzie McGuire and several films. She’s a vegan, animal activist and extreme sports advocate, who spends much of her time climbing mountains as a free solo climber, when she’s not running marathons or in the water surfing or paddle boarding. Here she shares her health and beauty secrets.
What does being naturally beautiful mean to you?
I’m an actress/model and I’m a free solo climber (no ropes) so, I’ve learned that “actress/model pretty” is never natural! Natural is when I’m rock climbing. You can’t have a ton of makeup on with all the sweat and dirt and rocks falling at you. Natural beauty is the color of your eyes, the sun-kissed glow of your skin, the flushed lip…
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Ere Perez Lipstick not only moisturises and nourishes your lips, it also has the ability to enhance your mood, confidence and style – depending on what look and feel you want to create on any given day!
Below is some advice on how to rock a coloured lipstick to brighten things up a little.
CREATE A CLASSIC MAKEUP LOOK
Coloured lipstick looks incredible with a flawless fresh face or a soft smoky eye. It’s a super easy way to brighten things up – just add lick of bright red or pink lipstick and your look comes to life!
Colours to try that will add a POP – Ere Perez Rich Olive Oil Lipstick in Fiesta, High Tea, Birthday and Surprise.
MIX BRIGHT HUES
Your lipstick does not need to match your top. In fact, it will look even better if the colours contrast a little. Go all out and lighten…
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No matter what you do, where you go or how you live your life, unless you’re living under a rock in the middle of nowhere, it’s pretty hard to avoid toxins. Our daily lives are full of them. They’re in the atmosphere, in our food and drink, cans and bottles, in our toiletries, cleaning products,... Continue Reading →
Love Sarah Wilson – see interview for Ere Perez’s blog…
The lovely Sarah Wilson is one of Australia’s best-known media commentators in the health, health living and beauty fields; as well as being a journalist, author and magazine editor. In her twenties, Sarah was a restaurant reviewer and editor of Cosmopolitan magazine. She was also the host of the hugely successful first series of MasterChef Australia and face of Lifestyle You.
Following her diagnosis with autoimmune disease, Hashimoto’s, Sarah began to look at different ways to manage her illness. These ways included following a toxin free, sugar free diet as well as reviewing her attitude to health and exercise. Sarah’s books, IQuitSugar and I Quit Sugar For Life have been a huge success and spawned a successful business, including a series of cookbooks, which she manages with her Sarah Wilson blog and media work, while cycling and hiking in her spare time.
You have a pretty crazy schedule with IQuitSugar.com and your media…
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I LOVE avocados! They’re one of nature’s most powerful fruits. And because I love them, I’ll never waste one! So when you have an avocado that’s gone a bit too soft to eat in your salad, either make it into guacamole or alternatively use it as a face mask!
Rejuvenating skin masks are one of the oldest forms of beauty treatments. In ancient times, across many lands and cultures, women have applied many simple and exotic substances on their faces in order to keep the skin smooth, silky, beautiful and protected from the elements.
The delicate skin of the face is particularly affected by the elements – both in winter and summer and a good face mask can work wonders to replenish vital moisture, vitamins and minerals. So if you’ve got some mushy avocados left then here’s what to do with them!
There’s more to avocado than guacamole!…
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