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Teenager Remembered in the Best Minerals Makeup

 
 
How would you react to your young daughter being killed? This is a question many of us simply could not answer but one mother turned her sad experience into a book and ultimately an item from the best minerals makeup.

In 2007, 15-year-old Abigail Simpson went to a party near her home in Scotland with friends. Her mother, Nicola Simpson, called goodbye to her daughter as she left. Sadly Abigail got into a car overloaded with five other friends and driver by a 17-year-old driver who had passed his test only three days before.

The next thing Nicola heard of her daughter was when a police officer knocked on her door to say that Abigail had been killed when the car turned over. Obviously the world of Abigail’s family collapsed. But what happened next is a lesson for other grieving parents.
 

Black and White Picture of Beautiful Girl Applying Best Minerals Makeup Lip Gloss

 
Having sat through a very difficult court case, hating him all the while, Nicola met Scott, the driver of the car, and who had been found guilty of causing death by dangerous driving, and eventually found the strength to forgive him. She understood that Scott would have to live with the guilt Abigail’s death would bring him.

During this time she was persuaded to write her experiences with grief and pain in a book later published as ‘Abigail’s Rainbow.’ As she wrote, Nicola found the answers to many of the questions she had been asking and released.

The book lead to several interviews and public speaking events, at each opportunity Nicola explained her experiences, hoping to help others going through the same experience and to tell them they are not alone. She has also set up a website and supports the Crocus Child Bereavement Support Service.

Nicola now lives in Cyprus with her other daughter, Hannah, who she made sure feels as loved as Abigail did. She receives messages from other mothers who have found her best-selling book an inspiration.

Abigail had an ambition to become a beautician and a model. Nicola always thought it would be great to bring out a best minerals makeup range in her daughter’s memory. During a book signing recently, Nicola met Peter from Proto-col who thought he could do something.

After talking to James Greenwell, Managing Director of Proto-col, Nicola chose a bright pink colour she felt Abigail would like and she and Hannah came up with the name ‘Abigail’s Sparkle.’ This bright lip colour is now available among the best minerals makeup on LookRavishing.com.

Nicola described the lip colour as “a legacy to her: a dream come true. I would have to peel her off the ceiling with excitement if she was here.”

It is wonderful that a young life and a courageous mother can be commemorated in the best minerals makeup in this way.
 


 


 

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Achieving Flawless Skin With Makeup Makes Us Feel Good

 
 
Why do we buy makeup? Most women try to get flawless skin with makeup to look good, but does it go further than this?

In 2011, a study by the University of the Basque Country delved into the reasons many of us have for buying cosmetics. Getting flawless skin with makeup can be a psychological process.
 

Stunning Lady With Flawless Skin With Makeup Looking Into The Camera

 
It was discovered that advertising for cosmetics deliberately set out to make us all feel ugly in comparison to the models used. Sadly of course most of us are unlikely to achieve such flawless skin with makeup as the photographs used in advertising are often airbrushed to look perfect.

Nonetheless the cosmetics industry is growing: the world market is presently worth $243 billion, an increase of 3% since 2008 (www.ibisworld.com). Figures from CTPA also show that the UK market was worth £8.3 billion ($13 billion) in 2011 and the European market €67 billion ($90 billion).

There is certainly evidence that wearing cosmetics correctly makes the wearer feel a great deal better about herself. Knowing that the wearer demonstrates how she looks after her health and takes care of her appearance helps boost self-esteem. Of course we should never judge people by their looks but subconsciously we look down on people who clearly do not care for their appearance.

We all want to look attractive to the opposite sex and achieving flawless skin with makeup frequently helps achieve this. Looking good often helps in situations such as seeking employment too.

Getting our look right by practising with cosmetics has positive trade-offs therefore so it is worth finding the best makeup for your skin and working on looking good. Spend time on how you look and the results may surprise you.

Read more about the psychological effects of makeup on the Science Daily website.
 

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How to Look Beautiful Naturally

 
 
Most of us, whether we admit it or not, want to look at our best and it makes sense to look beautiful naturally rather than relying on artificial products.

To look at our best we need to look at our lifestyle. What we do every day affects the way we look.

Audrey Hepburn came close to the truth when she said, “For beautiful eyes, look for the good in others; for beautiful lips, speak words of kindness; and for poise, walk with the knowledge that you are never alone.” One of the first things we need to do to look beautiful naturally is to reduce the stress in our lives. When we get stressed the heart rate changes and we breath faster and less deeply: this has the effect of restricting the blood vessels to the skin, which leads to a lack of a glow to the skin through a reduced blood supply.

So reduce the amount of pressure you put yourself under and look for the good in other people. You will feel and look better.
 

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There are external stresses to avoid too: smoking is a bad idea as it dries out the skin, restricts the blood vessels and promotes premature ageing. This is also true of spending too long in the sun (not forgetting the risk of skin cancer, of course) although some exposure is good as it improves the supply of vitamin D to the skin. Always be prepared to wear a good sunblock if you want to look beautiful naturally.

Get enough sleep as it is as you sleep that the skin repairs itself and the wrinkles reduce. Also drink plenty of water before you need to do so. Once you feel thirsty it is too late and your skin will already be losing its plumpness. Get into the habit of drinking enough water daily: avoid caffeine and alcohol however as they have the effect of drying the skin.

Not surprisingly a good diet is essential to look beautiful naturally. A good balanced diet without too much of one food is ideal but include a wide range of fruit, vegetables, nuts and oily fish (for the Omega-3 oils). Avoid too much sugar too as it has been linked to breakouts of pimples and spots. The body needs the right fuel to maintain its functions so watch what you eat: if you are worried about your nutrition, you might consider a course of good-quality multi-vitamins too.

Exercise is good for the skin too as it promotes the body’s functions and opens the pores. Remember to shower afterwards of course to remove any dirt ejected by the sweat. You don’t need to run a marathon, just 30 minutes of walking, running, cycling or swimming will do: just enough to get you out of breath.

To look beautiful naturally you do need to look after your skin. Use a good moisturiser daily after washing with a gentle cleanser and padding the skin dry. If you do use makeup, to look great why not use the best minerals makeup you can afford? Cosmetics of this type will not block your pores and may even provide nutrients; remember to carefully clean your brushes after each use though.

It is not that difficult to look beautiful naturally. It is simply a case of getting into healthy habits and controlling your lifestyle. In the end, you will not only get to look beautiful naturally but you will feel good too.
 
 

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