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Get tips on using the color of the year

Lynda Moore gives tips on using Ultraviolet, the color of the year. try it in your hair, eyes or lips.

Beautify yourself for the holidays

Winter wrecks havoc on your skin. double cleanse, and add extra moisturizer, especially at nighttime. pay extra attention to your lashes and eyebrows. They can become weak and brittle.

Quick beauty tips with Lynda Moore

Quick beauty tips: use lip balm around eyes and apply on cheeks, before your highlighter. Use hair conditioner on your body, to give your skin extra hydration in the winter. Apply blue mascara, or apply blue primer (Revitalash is our favorite), over your mascara, to give your eyes a pick

The many benefits of pumpkin for your skin

Pumpkin is high in beta carotene, zinc, magnesium, and enzymes, which helps rejuvenate the skin. Try a pumpkin facial or a DIY hair mask

Back to School Hygiene Tips

Stay healthy and get clean with a few tips from Lynda Moore, owner of SkinBar in Las Vegas

Sunscreen Tips with Lynda Moore

Sunscreens can be confusing. Find out what the difference is between an spf 30 and an spf 50

Spring clean your makeup bag

Spring is the perfect time to clean out your makeup bag. When to throw out your makeup? Makeup powders last about two years when opened. Cream makeup last only 10 months, mascara lasts only 3-6 months. Lipsticks and lip glosses expire after a year. Machine wash your makeup bag or clean it with a little…
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Pamper your honey on a budget for Valentine’s Day

Lynda Moore, gives tips to pamper your honey on a budget. Make your own body scrub: equal parts coconut oil and granulated sugar. Try making an edible body paint, for a fun evening. The way to a man’s heart, thru his stomach, of course.

Activated Charcoal and Antioxidants help to combat Skin Pollution

Lynda Moore discusses the importance of activated charcoal internally and in skincare products. Antioxidants can help to repair sun damage and skin pollution. Studies have shown that air pollution exposure is linked to hyperpigmentation, wrinkles, acne and loss of skin elasticity

Too much sugar can wreck havoc on your skin.

Sugar is a high acid food, which can lead to inflammation, redness, irritation, and excessive oil production. Cutting our refined sugars can make a difference in your health and skin. Lynda Moore, owner of SkinBar, in Henderson, Nevada discusses How sugar affects your skin