Q: What kind of fringes would suit me?
A: Your face shape is usually the first thing you should consider before heading to any hairdresser. Most fringes would be perfect to frame oval faces. For square faces, the bangs ought to be longer on the sides. Avoid a perfect straight line. If your face is heart shaped, opt for a fringe that ends right on your eyebrows. Layers for those with long hair help create a balance. Even the round-faced can adopt this style. Just keep it long and swept to the side. This will trim down the roundness. Another little detail that you can check is the size of your forehead. If you have a lot of space to cover up, then bangs are a great option. If not, then fringes are perhaps not your thing. However, heavy ones might work.
Q: Foundation is the base for make-up. How can I create flawless looking skin?
A: The first rule is to use a brush when applying it for an even result. You should pick a domed head tool to rub the foundation onto the skin in light and circular motions. This way you also use fewer products avoiding any excess. Your complexion probably has oilier areas than others. Mixing different formulas can help keep it in place. To minimise creasing, make sure to use a tissue to dry the leftovers of your facial cream before applying the corrector. I believe 70 percent of the time that you have to do your make-up should be wasted in this process.
Q: How to avoid split ends?
A: They are sadly unavoidable in long manes, but there are a few things you can do to prevent at least some of them. One thing is to brush your hair daily, so the natural oils concentrated near the scalp slides to the ends. The frizz can cause breakage. To avoid split ends, start combing from the bottom, where you find a concentration of tangles, and then move to the top. If you have curly hair, brushing is not an option. Use leave-in sprays that will help you untangle your strands using your fingers. Another trick that might be difficult to follow is to reduce the use of heat styling tools, such as flat and curling irons.
Q: I want to buy a long skirt. I’m not that tall and neither have a slim figure. What should I pick?
A: An ankle-length skirt with a straight cut is the best choice for all body shapes and is the easiest to style. It usually has a split along the side to facilitate movement and making it comfortable. Pick ones made of cotton or thicker fabrics to get the right fit. As for the colour, opt for a single shade only or try colour-blocking. Have fun hunting for your perfect piece!