Here’s how to make your mask more stylish
Well, it has become the must-have accessory every time you leave the house and it can have a big impact on your style. We all have to have them so how do we make them look cool and stylish? Local 4 Style Editor Jon Jordan joined host Jason Carr to give us some insight on that. There is no limit unless you limit yourself,” Jordan said. He showed a variety of different styles that you can wear.
Repair damaged winter hair with these easy tricks
Winter air and dry heat from blasting furnaces can leave your hair looking less than flawless. Style Editor Jon Jordan shared his tips on combating winter frizz. He said if you’re looking to tone down brassy tones and maintain dyes, purple shampoos will help retain the vibrant color. If you’re looking to enhance darker tones, try dark brown shampoos. Jordan also gave a few tips on promoting general hair health, including haircare vitamins, and nourishing shampoos.
Want to save some money or declutter your bathroom? Try these multipurpose beauty products
We could all stand to save a few bucks whenever we can, so why not declutter your bathroom and start using some beauty products that can do more than one thing? StyleWise style editor Jon Jordan is well versed when it comes to beauty products, so he knows a thing or two when it comes to condensing your inventory and only using the products that you really need in your daily life. You can obviously use the product for washing your hair, but Jordan suggests you try it as a body wash, as well. Another great product that can be used in different ways is something men may have in their bathroom: beard oil. There are lots of other things Jordan recommends, so watch the entire video to get all the tips from a professional.
This is how men can wear makeup and feel 100% comfortable
Look, guys: You’ve probably never thought about putting on makeup in your daily life. Unless you’re on TV or a clown, the thought of putting on makeup has probably never crossed your mind. StyleWise style editor Jon Jordan wants you fellas to know that you have nothing to worry about when it comes to putting on makeup, and it’s not as daunting as you’d think. When it comes to men wearing makeup, Jordan said it’s about perfecting your face, and not doing total coverage. There are other things that Jordan suggests, like using concealer to cover any blemishes or bags under your eyes and adding a little bit of bronzer around your face for just a little bit more color.
This makeup routine will have you ready in 10 minutes or less
Getting ready for dinner with the girls or having a date night with your partner can always be such a rush when you’re a busy person, but we guarantee this makeup routine will have you ready to go and out the door in 10 minutes -- or maybe even faster. Katrina has been doing this for years, so if anyone knows how to put on an elegant face of makeup quickly, it’s her. Let’s say you’re going to work, so you do a simple and quick makeup base before you head out the door in the morning. You already have a great primer for the more dramatic makeup to come later in the day. By the time you’re ready to to go out at night, you just have to let your hair down and you’ve got tons of volume to work with.
Can you do the twist? Don’t worry, we’ll teach you
We’re talking about the French twist, of course. StyleWise style editor Jon Jordan wants to make sure you know the proper way to twist like the French, so you can achieve maximum style points. Jordan has enlisted the help of his stylist friend Katrina and another friend, Scott. By the end of the video, you’ll be looking like Audrey Hepburn, ready for some breakfast at Tiffany’s. You check out the new StyleWise video above, and don’t forget to subscribe to StyleWise so you never miss a video.
These are the tips and tricks you need to properly groom your eyebrows
One of the latest trends in fashion is heavily grooming your eyebrows, and there’s a lot to know and learn. You don’t want to end up over- or under-tweezing your brows. He’s even got tips if you want to add a little bit to your brow, like the right product to use and how to really draw on a great arch. Make sure you check out the full video, above, to get all the inside information -- and make sure you check out the StyleWise YouTube page so you never miss a single episode. Oh, and don’t forget to subscribe!
How you can work camo into your everyday wardrobe
Camo isn’t a print that most of us have in our everyday wardrobes (unless you were in the military or love hunting), but according to StyleWise style editor Jon Jordan, this is a print that anyone can wear and make stylish. Especially when it comes to jackets, you can go for something comfortable and casual, or even get a nicely fitted blazer with a camo print to make a real fashion statement. These jackets are great because they go with almost any color, so have some fun when it comes to an undershirt. Jordan also suggests pairing a camo jacket with a scarf that has a print. If you liked this StyleWise video, make sure you check out more -- and subscribe, so you never miss Jordan’s style advice.
How to figure out what types of skin care products are right for you
That’s why StyleWise style editor Jon Jordan is here to help you figure out what’s best for your face. You’ll often see skincare products that are either opaque or clear. Lotions that are cream-based and heavy are the opaque options, and products that are see-through are a little lighter on your skin. Jordan said that, depending on your preferences, one option is better than the other when it comes to your skin. The same can be applied to a lot of other beauty products, such as shampoo, conditioner and even facial mists.
How you can make wearing a mask fashionable and fun
Wearing a mask out in public to help stop the spread of COVID-19 is just another sign of the times these days, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun with it. StyleWise style editor Jon Jordan thinks this is a perfect time to up your fashion game and get creative when it comes to wearing a face covering, and most importantly, to make it easy when making your own face mask. Jordan suggest glamming up plain old black or white masks with something a little bit more exciting. As for a black mask, try embellishing it with a few rhinestones or jewels. Don’t go overboard with them, but a few could really make a black mask pop in the light.
Which eyelashes are right for you? With all the latest options, style editor helps you pick the best pair
Putting on fake eyelashes might be foreign territory for you, but don’t lash out too quickly -- we’ve got you covered on the best tips and trades to applying a fake eyelash for any fun night out on the town. There are different ways to extend your eyelashes to maximum volume, but StyleWise style editor Jon Jordan suggests going with the good old fashioned fake eyelash. Some people don’t like the glue that goes on the eyelid, so they might opt out for a lash extension put on by a professional, but if you’re cool with applying the glue yourself, fake eyelashes can be fun and effective at upgrading your look. A classic fake eyelash will surely get the job done, but there has been some innovation in the fake eyelash world, and there are a lot of great products out there that let you have more control over how much of the fake eyelash goes on your face. To learn about that, and so much more, watch the latest StyleWise video above, and make sure you subscribe to StyleWise so you never miss a video.
Beardology 101: Best beard grooming for your face shape
This might be a news flash to all the men out in the world, but there are actual ways that you’re supposed to be shaving your beard, based from the shape of your face. Not only do you want to make sure you’re shaving high enough on your neck to create a beard line, but you’ll also need to pay attention as to where you should make the line on your cheeks. According to Jordan, the line placements depends on the shape of your face, so it can get complicated if you’re just shaving and not taking these factors into consideration. There are so many dos and don’ts when it comes to shaving, and luckily, Jordan has a solution for all of your grooming needs. You can watch the full video of Style Wise above, and make sure you like and subscribe so you never miss a single Style Wise episode with Jon Jordan.
How to cut your son’s hair at home -- for blondes, it’s a little different
We’ve showed you how to master the at-home haircut during quarantine, but cutting hair on people who are blonde -- well, it’s a whole other rodeo. A lot of mistakes can be hidden with people who have dark hair because, well, their hair is dark. It may be noticeable to them, but the average person walking down the street probably isn’t going to notice a chunk of hair not blended in. But for people with blonde hair, however, it’s a different story. That’s why StyleWise style editor Jon Jordan recruited busy mom Lauren once again to give one of her sons another at-home haircut, and luckily, her second son is a blondie.
Did you know you can give yourself a full spa treatment, with ingredients found in your own home?
The spa might be closed, but that doesn’t mean you can’t treat yourself while quarantining, right? Believe it or not, there are tons of remedies for facial and hair treatments -- that you can do with ingredients that you probably already have deep in your cupboard or refrigerator. StyleWise style editor Jon Jordan had his friend Katrina show him just how easy it is to create a supple face mask and color correctors for hair with pantry item staples, such as milk, honey, and yes, even ketchup. It might seem a little strange at first, but using organic and natural ingredients like milk and honey can make a luxurious face mask -- and if your hair is damaged by the sun or chlorine from a pool, ketchup can take care of that right away. Obviously, nothing compares to a day trip to a spa, getting waited on hand and foot, but with a little imagination (and some at-home ingredients), you can turn your home into the spa of your dreams, even in quarantine.
Is your skin super dry from all the hand-washing? These pantry items can help
What do olive oil, corn meal and raw sugar have in common? No, they’re not the first three ingredients to an amazing baking recipe. They are all things that can help repair your dry hands, especially if you’ve been washing them a lot more than usual, considering the coronavirus pandemic. Jordan says that using normal lotion will give you some relief, but there are many treatments you can do on your hands (or any dry skin on your body) with items that you probably have at home right now. You can watch the latest episode of StyleWise above -- and make sure you subscribe to see new StyleWise videos regularly.
How to fix a botched quarantine haircut? Buzz it
If you have short hair and your attempt to give yourself an at-home quarantine haircut didn’t go so well, your only option might be to buzz it. That’s what happened to StyleWise style editor Jon Jordan’s friend Scott, but luckily for him, a quick buzz cut (with the correct guard) fixed his botched hair in no time. Jordan also suggests using a guard that isn’t too short, so you can take away more hair if you desire. Once that hair is gone, it’s gone, so always be mindful of how much you’re taking off. You can watch the newest StyleWise video above, and make sure to like and subscribe to the StyleWise channel for more videos.
Cleaning, sanitizing your makeup brushes has never been so important
If you’ve never thought about sanitizing your makeup brushes, now may be the time to do it. Hopefully you’re not sharing any makeup brushes while you’re quarantined, but even if you’re not -- making sure you have a clean makeup brush can help stop the spread of any kind of germs that may be residing on your face. Cleaning the brushes with soap and water is a step in the right direction, but Jordan suggests making sure you soak the brushes in isopropyl alcohol so they are fully sanitized. And if you’re worried about the brushes drying out, just soak them in some water and hair conditioner after the alcohol. Even when it comes to the packaging of makeup products, Jordan suggests finding ones that are in bottles or have pumps; that way, you don’t cross-contaminate while touching the product.
How to get camera-ready for your next Zoom work meeting
With a lot of Americans working from their homes for the time being, meetings on Zoom have become the new normal. Just because you might be having your meeting from the comfort of your bed doesn’t mean that the professionalism of your workplace can’t exist at home -- so it’s a good idea to make sure you’re looking your best. StyleWise style editor Jon Jordan has a few simple ways you can easily transform your Zoom meeting aesthetic from casual at-home to business chic. Jordan says there are a few easy things you can do to improve the way you look on Zoom, including having a background with pop of color and having the perfect lighting. Check out Jordan’s latest StyleWise video, and make sure you like and subscribe to see more.
Everything you need to know before cutting your hair at home
But before you whip out the first set of scissors you see sitting around in the junk drawer, StyleWise style editor Jon Jordan has some helpful tips on what you need to know about giving yourself an at-home haircut. 1 Jordan recommends is having the proper scissors (or shears, if you’re fancy) to get the job done. Jordan recommends investing in a pair of thinning shears. The thinning shears are more forgiving and do a better job at blending the edges, as opposed to a regular pair of shears. You can check out the full StyleWise video, above, for some more advice.
Want the perfect 'quarantine haircut’? Make sure you’re choosing the correct clippers
If you’ve never given yourself (or a someone else) a quick haircut, you’ll soon realize why cosmetology school exists. Anyone who has gone to the barber knows that they use different clippers to measure how much hair comes off. Most people run into trouble while cutting their hair at home because they start with too short of a guard, Jordan said. Once it’s gone, it’s gone. As always, practice makes perfect to nail a quarantine haircut at home, so don’t beat yourself up too badly if it looks like you cut your hair with a weed whacker as opposed to an electric razor.