Category: Shahadas Little Helpers

Shahada’s Little Helpers: Koh Gen Do Makeup Color Base (Yellow)

This is one of those little ‘tricks’ that makeup artists use to correct either a foundation or a skin tone, to make it look like they (or a client) were born with perfectly ‘color balanced’ skin. Koh Gen Do makes several makeup bases for color correction, including pink and pearl

Beauty On The Inside: The Three Day Juice Fast

I really want a slice of pizza right now. One of my New Year’s Resolutions was to ‘detox’ physically, mentally and spiritually. I’ve been taking each endeavor one day at a time. Now, I’m still recovering from the effects of too many Glutathione shots (my skin will never forgive me),

Favorite Things 2012: Lashing Out

I came across some of the coolest formulas and little ‘additions’ for making your lashes utterly fabulous this year. Here’s what topped my list: Mascara: Chanel Le Volume de Chanel Did Chanel REALLY surpass Armani in terms of a quality mascara? My answer is yes. The Volume de Chanel Mascara

Favorite Things 2012: Shahada’s Little Helpers

I thought I’d start the ‘Favorite Things’ series with some of the things that I truly feel have helped this temperamental skin of mine. Through detoxing and messing around with this face for no freakin’ reason… several things have come to my rescue. The EVE LOM Rescue Mask is amazing. 

Shiseido Holiday 2012: Camellia Compact

Shiseido has released the most gorgeous multi-use compact, with a price tag that won’t shut down your wallet. Normally, limited edition compacts come with a hefty price tag that can reach and even exceed $100 (Ahem CHANEL, Guerlain, and Sisley… I’m looking at you). But for $36, the Camellia Compact

Eye Adore: Chantecaille Shadow in Malachite

It started with the hunt for a black based color that would not run ‘black’ without the help of a cream. I had this smoky eye look in mind for an upcoming shoot… but I wasn’t sure WHAT color I wanted to use for the smoke (not black or brown

FOTD: Notorious

Okay, this is my first full attempt on myself with Notorious. I used it on several clients last week, and it was nearly invisible in its fabulousness. Okay, that doesn’t make sense. But it does… because the point of this product is that no one should really be able to

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