Remember the days when you could just lie out on the beach, get that natural glow, and not have to use a single make-up product? Luckily, there are some summer beauty products we can carry right into Fall to make sure we are looking fresh and natural all semester long!
With the natural radiance from the sun, an easy bronze finish wasn’t hard to get during the summer. In order to keep that flawless and photo-finish look, invest in a good concealer and foundation. The key to a great foundation is to make sure that it’s oil-free, provides coverage for all-day wear, and suits your natural skin tone.
After using a good coat of primer and foundation, you don't want to apply a heavy concealer to the mix. Use a concealer that applies lightly and covers the regions that your foundation missed.
To get radiant and gorgeous cheeks, use a soft-toned, long lasting blush. Be sure not to over do it--over-application can completely ruin the natural look, and make you look a little bit like a clown.
Nude colors were popular this summer, and lucky for us, the trend is here to stay for the Fall as well. Take those golds, browns, and tans and pair them with a darker shade palette for the evening, and you're set!
The excitement of your first year of college comes with a side of fear—fear of gaining the infamous freshman fifteen. The mandatory freshman meal plan, which includes unlimited meal swipes and $150 Dooley Dollars, can make it difficult to find health dining options. Taking advantage of the unlimited meal swipes at late-night at the DUC, or using your Dooley Dollars to consume all-you-can-eat Chick-Fil-A or Pizza Hut is no way to avoid the freshman fifteen. But don’t worry, HCE has got you covered.
Dining at Dobbs (DUC)
Walk into the DUC and you’re immediately confronted with tons of different options, ranging from pizza to made-to-order stir fry. With you’re unlimited swipes, it’s hard not to try everything.
It’s tempting to grab that slice of delicious-looking (but really not that great) slice of pizza when it’s the first thing you see when you walk in. Focus on the nutrients you need, and design your meal around that. Head to the grill and grab some grilled chicken and vegetables. Vegetarian? The salad bar and stir fry stations both have tofu. If the sandwich line is too long, head over to the bread lane and make yourself a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
Three Things to Avoid:
1. The waffle maker
2. Dessert station
3. French Fries