Month: March 2011

  • edwardian age beauty

    Beauty History: Cosmetics in the Edwardian Era

    The Edwardian era takes its name from the brief reign of King Edward VII, son of Queen Victoria. He ruled England from 1901 to 1910. It also goes under the name of Gilded Age or Belle Epoque. It was an era of opulence and social changes, mass produced abundance and new revolutionary inventions, luxury and […]

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  • Masque Bar Luminizing Charcoal Peel Off Mask

    Polyvinyl Alcohol: The Key Ingredient In Peel-Off Masks

    Ever wondered how peel-off masks work? It’s all in Polyvinyl Alcohol. It’s the secret juice that makes them magically peel off your skin… and irritate it real bad. Here’s everything you need to know about it. What Is Polyvinyl Alcohol? Polyvinyl Alcohol is a water-soluble synthetic polymer of Vinyl Alcohol . It looks like a […]

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