Latina Skin And Nails, Latina Skincare, Fingernail Art, Tips, Advice
By Kate Sandoval | 06/16/2011 - 13:10
When we handed our creative director, Paul Bruno, a couple of acne treatments, he immediately zoomed in on the ingredients, explaining that he’s tried everything for his oily, acne-prone skin and, as a result, has become a pimple treatment expert. Here are two of his very informative road tests:
What it is: CLEAN & CLEAR Advantage Popped Pimple Relief Gel Pen, $6.99, drugstore.com
The Claim: Reduces appearance of new blemishes and also relieves popped pimples.
By Latina Staff | 06/14/2011 - 15:00
Latina's Fashion Market Editor Verky Arcos recently mentioned that she’s never found an eye cream that her sensitive skin can tolerate—which was music to our beauty road testing ears! We piled up all the eye treatments we could find on her desk, crossed our (manicured) fingers that she didn’t breakout in a rash, and waited for the results!
By Kate Sandoval | 05/26/2011 - 17:59
With the sunny weather and the 3-day weekend ahead, we’re already making mental notes of all the beauty essentials we want on-hand. Here’s what we’ll be packing in our tote:
1. Sunscreen stick. The last thing we want to do mid-day is reapply a goopy, white sunscreen on top of our makeup, but we are willing to swipe on a clear sunscreen stick. It’s as easy as putting on lip balm. Try Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream Targeted Sun Defense Stick SPF 50, elizabetharden.com.
By Kate Sandoval | 05/12/2011 - 17:00
In our recent interview with Sara Paxton, we asked her about her favorite beauty product. And the sincere actress excitedly went on...and on...and on about a vibrating face brush called the Clarisonic Mia ($149, clarisonic.com). “I got it last year and I’m obsessed with it. I use it every day and ever since I got it, I haven’t gotten a zit, so it’s kind of amazing!,” Sara says.
By Mariela Rosario | 05/11/2011 - 08:00
Mirta de Perales, an icon in the beauty industry, particularly for us Latinas, passed away last week on May 3, 2011. One of the first Hispanic women to find huge success in the beauty industry in the U.S., de Perales was 88 years old when she died from Alzheimer's disease.
The Cuban mogul was successful early on in her native Cuba, but moved to the United States after the revolution with her children and little more than $5 in her pocket. Eventually, she returned to what she knew here in America, and founded Mirts de Perales Inc.
By Kate Sandoval | 05/06/2011 - 18:44
Salma Hayek’s new beauty collection, Nuance, consists of 100 different products, including a walnut body scrub, a flake-free mascara, a rose-scented hydrating balm, an eye serum, a curl cream, we could go on and on—as can Salma. Although the gorgeous star says she truly loves everything in the line and is careful not to choose favorites, there are a few she can’t stop talking about.
Here’s what she loves about them:
By Kate Sandoval | 04/29/2011 - 12:45
We were so excited to find out that Kate Middleton decided to wear our favorite new nail trend—blending colors— on her wedding day. According to PEOPLE, the newly anointed Duchess of Cambridge was treated to a luxurious manicure by her mother-in-law Camilla Parker Bowles by celebrity manicurist Marina Sandoval of Jo Hansford Salon in London.
To create Kate’s neutral look, Sandoval blended two colors, Bourjois Rose Lounge and Essie's #423 Allure.
By Kate Sandoval | 04/26/2011 - 19:40
Even if you aren’t a huge fan of polo, you probably recognize Argentine Polo player Nacho Figueras thanks to his sexy Ralph Lauren ads. Now you can get a peek at his ridiculously gorgeous family and perfect life as part of the Romance fragrance campaign. Check out these amazing behind-the-scenes images of the ad, all taken by photographer Bruce Weber.
By Kate Sandoval | 04/06/2011 - 10:30
While dishing out recipes from her new cookbook, Eva’s Kitchen, this week, Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria shared another type of recipe: her homemade face mask!
Eva’s skin is always incredibly radiant, and now we know why—she exfoliates weekly with her homemade face mask, made of coffee, lemon juice, and olive oil. The coffee grounds remove the dry, flaky skin cells that make you look dull, and—because they contain caffeine—rev up circulation, while lemon juice brightens and olive oil hydrates.
By Kate Sandoval | 03/25/2011 - 00:22
A recent study by Univision found that Latino men use styling products, moisturizer, and fragrance twice as much as other men. Not to mention the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery’s recent report that male breast reduction is now one of the 5 most popular cosmetic procedures. But these findings are probably obvious to you: our men have always been into manscaping. Just ask Enrique Ramirez, self-described guy-brow expert and founder of Face to Face NYC. Here are our top 10 most impeccably groomed men: