As with every other sector, the beauty industry sees its fair share of trends come and go. Some trends are fleeting and last no more than a year or so, while others are just the beginning of a larger movement. In 2020, consumers can expect to see a little bit of both.
Following the spring 2020 runways, one thing became apparent: The 90s are making a comeback. Eyeliner and rhinestones were all over the runways this past fall, with models rocking both on their lids and around their eyes. Though you should feel free (and confident) to be as expressive as you want, you can always tone down the runway look by using stick-on rhinestones to line your cat-eye, playing with glitter eyeshadow around the edges or placing discreet gems in the inner corners of your eyes. Continue reading Beauty Trends To Look Forward to in 2020
Unless you’re north of the Arctic Circle, spring has sprung! That means it’s time to replace the dark winter shades of your makeup palette with fresh new colors for spring. For 2017, spring beauty trends are all about emphasizing natural beauty. Continue reading Trending: Makeup and Beauty for Spring and Summer
A huge misconception when it comes to skincare products is that they’re created just for your face. While many products are formulated specifically for the skin on your face and even more delicate skin around your eyes, Hale Cosmeceuticals carries skincare products that improve the appearance of your neck, nails and areas that are cellulite-prone. Continue reading Skincare Isn’t Just about Your Face
Old Man Winter is not kind on skin. The cold dry air outside and the dry conditioned air in heated buildings pulls moisture from your skin, often leaving red, itchy and/or hypersensitive patches of skin behind. When the skin around your nails gets dry, you set yourself up for unsightly nails and possibly even infection. But Hale Cosmeceuticals has tips to help you protect your cuticles from the effects of Jack Frost. Continue reading Protect Your Cuticles from Winter
Everyone knows that “cosmetics” means make-up, and most people could tell you that “pharmaceuticals” is just a fancy word for medicinal ingredients. But “cosmeceuticals”? Not too many people have heard of this word before, although adding the two definitions above will get you the answer. In short: Cosmeceuticals are cosmetic products which have pharmaceutical properties.
If you’re still not clear on what exactly this means in real life, here are a few example cosmeceutical products – like what we offer at Hale Cosmeceuticals — which combine great skin care with cutting-edge scientific knowledge: Continue reading What Are Cosmeceuticals?
Hale Cosmeceuticals is primarily a skincare company—but we care about the rest of your appearance too. For instance, you don’t want to pair brittle, yellow nails with that perfectly hydrated and treated skin of yours. Continue reading Not Just Skin—Nails, Too!