The Baby Hand Mask is really quite remarkable; it's a little bit of a tale of mixed fortunes because I didn't read the instructions properly - or rather, I didn't understand the instructions. Yes, they're pictures, but I can't put together an Ikea cabinet either so it was always going to be a...

True story: when I was 3 years old, my mother found me hidden in a kitchen cabinet, where I was busy creating sculptures with a block of "squishy" softened butter. She was not impressed, but boy did I have a good time! Imagine my delight as an adult, in learning that I could still indulge in...

The Facial Treatment Essence has been residing in my medicine cabinet ever since I tried it. With consistent use I've noticed a much more even skin tone and the clarity has improved greatly. I swear it's the Pitera (which all SK-II products contain); the blend of vitamins, amino acids,...

Who knew the honey sitting in your kitchen cabinet was your best resource for fighting skin care woes like pimples and dry skin? It's true, honey facial mask recipes have been used by generations of the most beauty astute women because honey moisturizes skin naturally, and it is a natural...

Because even if your life is glamourous — and even if your funeral's after party is especially chic — there's nothing fashionable at all about death or dying. And as forward-thinking as it is to have a roadmap for your death mask, to hone in on the end of your life as a business opportunity...

January 30,2012 'The history of our planet is one of a death camp. The planet history is one of violence, corruption and conspiracy.' Photographer and filmmaker Joseph Lally's film Death Camp takes a dark, morbid tone exploring the depravity of modern existence and the failure of humankind...

We were doing these Matte death masks on people and now it is so beautiful to find the sheerest coverage and just spot concealing here and there. I feel like it is a very quickly evolving field, you never get bored and while maybe the inspiration for the looks seem to be the same, like we...

Who and what are your influences? I'm interested in modern directors taking genre filmmaking and bringing something new to it, be it a modern take or just an unconventional story. Some films that come to mind are: Paul Thomas Andersons incredibly assured There Will Be Blood, John Hillcoat's...

Death Mask of Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven, 1927. Photograph by Mark Vaux in transition, February, 1928.

Whether you do face masks to pamper every so often or to take serious skincare matters into your own hands and play esthetician (hehe) by giving yourself facials every other day, I have a theory that you can never have too many. My medicine cabinet is full of them. When I get sent a new mask,...

 

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