beauty rituals

While many are still divided on this topic, all four dermatologists we interviewed had the same thing to say about toners
"Americans like to be clean, but people in Japan are even cleaner," says American-beauty-writer-turned-Tokyo-expat Cynthia
Grandma was not a beautiful woman but she carried herself as if she was. She went to the beauty parlor every Friday morning. She never wore pants. Dresses were hemmed at the knee, blouses were tucked neatly inside skirts. Handkerchiefs were pressed. Silver belt buckles were polished, and so were shoes. Silk scarves were knotted around the neck.
But with Hutton's stellar moisturizing game comes a little habit we're not so sure about. Hutton admits that she doesn't