Best Huggie Beauty Tips For You

Best Huggie Beauty Tips For You

Less is definitely more with huggie earrings, the diminutive hoop-shaped jewelry trend that lives up to their name. Whether adorned with a single baguette-cut diamond for minimalists or with a flurry of white diamonds to catch the eye, Huggie Beauty proves that small and subtle can still pack major sartorial punch.


Skin can look dull and rough, but at-home exfoliating usually isn’t enough to combat issues like melasma, hyperpigmentation, stretch marks, or wrinkles. Microdermabrasion removes dead skin cells to smooth and polish the complexion.

During the process, we spray fine crystals or use a diamond-tipped wand that gently scrubs and vacuums away the outer layer. Many clients describe the sensation to be similar to the rough lick of a cat’s tongue, while others find it to be mildly painful.

Afterwards, your skin will be sensitive and may look slightly red or puffy. We recommend following up with a high-quality moisturizer to hydrate and help your skin heal.


Botox is an injection that temporarily paralyzes muscle. It is made from the bacteria toxin Clostridium botulinum, and in small doses it can reduce skin wrinkles and treat medical conditions like eyelid spasms, excessive sweating, some bladder disorders, and migraine.

Cosmetically, Botox injections can reduce or eliminate lines and wrinkles between the eyebrows, horizontal creases on the forehead and crow’s feet. It can also be used to treat other areas of the face such as thick bands in the neck, gummy smiles or lip lines.

Avoid rubbing or massaging the area after treatment as this can cause the Botulinum toxin to spread to other muscles. You should also refrain from exercise, saunas or tanning beds for 24 hours after a Botox injection.


Microneedling is a great solution for reducing fine lines and wrinkles. After a numbing cream is smoothed over your face, the person doing the procedure will move a pen-shaped or rolling tool with tiny needles around your skin. The tiny injuries from the needle pricks start your body’s wound-healing response, which boosts collagen and elastin production. This makes your face look less full of fine lines and crow’s feet.

The small holes created by the needles also allow for deeper penetration of skin products. This is why people often use microneedling in combination with facial peels, platelet-rich plasma, CROSS technique or chemical peels.