Awards and the 2014 MTV VMAs, the Emmy red carpet was a welcome return to
glamor, dominated by pops of color: eyes, lips and cheeks@@@@ Celebrities usually have glam squads at their fingertips to get them red carpet ready, but lucky for us, perhaps the most important part of any
look – softer, smoother skin – isn't hard to achieve. Here are some
tips to help achieve beautiful-looking skin. The first step to beauty, is natural,
healthy looking skin. This means getting a softer, smoother look the
natural way with as few chemicals as possible. This beauty tip runs
parallel to the advice given by Oscar-winner Lupita Nyong’o and many others around the world. She advised avocado oil for use on both skin and hair
to allow for a moisturized, vibrant glow. The red carpet stars that E! got their beauty tips from seem to say the same thing.
According to Daily Life, Nyong’o claims her hair can be molded and manipulated “like clay.”
She believes that women should not chemically treat their hair, no
matter what its natural texture is. In fact, she says that it should be
kept as natural as possible. “I think African hair is like clay,” Nyong’o said to Harper’s Bazaar. “You can mold it into whatever you want, but it’s also very easy for it to change shape during the day.”
Nyong’o recommended a few products that help her skin look its very best: “When I’m not on the red carpet, I want my makeup to be
quick and easy. Lupita has strong opinions about beauty, but she
believes one thing is more important than physical appearances. When she
became the face of beauty, she shared her opinion on compassion and how it can work to improve your own life and the lives of others.
“What actually sustains us — what is fundamentally
beautiful — is compassion, for yourself and for those around you. That
kind of beauty inflames the heart and enchants the soul.”
Ultimately, beauty is... be kind to all people.
your foundation to your skin tone can be challenging, but the correct one
creates the perfect base for your look. Choosing the proper shade can give you a
The goal is to have others notice the beauty of your skin - not the look
of your makeup. Follow this quick tip, and you'll find a foundation to match your