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1. POLLUTIONS - Washing your face removes not only makeup, but the dirt and dust that your face accumulated throughout the day. Makeup clogs your pores and is filled with all the outside elements from the day like dirt, dust, smoke, etc. Make-up acts like a magnet and therefor they attach to your face and cannot leave until you wash your face.

2. MAKEUP - When you leave your makeup on too long your pores will get clogs and that can lead to large pores, acne, rashes, and irritated skin. Leaving your makeup on while you sleep can also cause your skin to feel rough and uneven.

3. EYELASHES - When you don’t remove eye shadow, or mascara, it is possible that you may touch or rub your eyes while you sleep, and that can cause your lashes to break and become brittle. It can also cause some eye irritations and possible infections.

4. SKIN - Your face needs to exfoliate naturally by shedding the dead skin, but if your makeup is left on your face, it does not allow that to happen. That can cause a dull appearance, or flaky dry skin that is uneven on your face.  Your skin repairs itself at night and clean skin can absorb skincare products better. Don’t forget that moisturizer! Always apply your clinical products after you wash your face.

If you’re too tired to wash your face before you go to bed, just wash your face right when you get home from work so you don’t wind down and become too tired and forget.


Do’s and Don’ts of washing your face:

Do gently apply your facial cleanser.

Don’t scrub your face with a washcloth, mesh sponge, or any other rough material. Rubbing your face may irritate your skin and worsen your acne.

Do Use lukewarm water to rinse your face

Don’t use hot or cold water. Cold water is never fun and hot water can irritate your skin.


Sundresses provide a feminine look and are light and comfortable. Sundresses can be of any neckline and hemline, including modest styles and a variety of patterns. Sundresses are made in a variety of closure types, including back zippers, side zippers, front buttons, back buttons, back ties and pullover style. Sundresses are a one-step outfit, but did you know that if you put a little more effort into your sundress outfit can give it extra oomph and amp up your style factor?

In honor of this warm summer I would like to provide you with 8 ways you can wear a sundress:

1. Under a blazer

Take your look from day to night with a structured blazer. Bonus style points if your blazer is in an interesting color or has an atypical cut!

2. Favorite sneakers

Both comfortable and playful; pair a flowy sundress with your favorite sneakers with or without socks.

3. Floor length

Try a maxi dress to step up your ensemble.  Floor length sundresses are perfect for evening attire on a hot summer night.

4. Show those shoulders off

A sundress with an eye-catching cut like off-the-shoulder skater dresses will stand out from the crowd this summer. Perfect for a date night!

5. Sweater pairing

A feminine dress paired with a unisex sweater is a favorite look! The cozier the sweater the better.

7. Accessorize it  

Sundresses are very appropriate for the summer months. Accessorize your favorite sundress with a cute strand of pearls and stand out from the rest!

8. Summery White

Embrace the season with a white sundress. White sundresses have versatility, and this will be one sundress you will pull out of your closet multiple times.

No matter how you style your sundress, you’re bound to look super fabulous! It’s one of the most versatile things you can have in your closet! Stay trendy and beautiful!


Did you know wearing a sundress had advantages?

o   Cost effective: You buy one item that covers your whole body, which works out cheaper than tops and pants.

o   Less laundry: one slip of fabric. In the wash. Done.

o   Feminine: Only women can wear them. Embrace your femininity!

o   Colors: you can experiment with so many colors and patterns – much easier than multiple pieces in an outfit.

o   Camouflage: Dresses hide a multitude of sins. The material flows over curves and flatters.