Dry Eye Advice

Do you experience dry eye problems due to facial paralysis? Because at least for me, it has been a constant struggle for years. It’s important to discuss this particular dry eye condition that occurs from facial paralysis since it’s such a common condition! So let’s talk about ways to help alleviate the discomfort due to … Continue Reading

Options For Improving Eyebrow Asymmetry

It’s time to finally address an important topic that has been requested by several readers: Eyebrows. Specifically, the asymmetric problem that seems to be a common occurrence among us ladies with facial paralysis. Because eyebrows frame and shape the overall appearance of one’s face, this asymmetry problem can be incredibly frustrating. Trust me, I get … Continue Reading

The Benefit of CC Concealer

Your average concealer and foundation can go a long way in helping to minimize any beauty dilemma. And to be honest, I typically reach for my basic concealer/foundation to do the trick on a daily basis. But lately, I’ve been trying out new methods in including color correcting concealer! I’ve found that CC creams can go the … Continue Reading

An Essential Beauty Tool: Makeup Sponges

You can purchase the best liquid makeup on the market, but if you don’t apply it correctly, then you’re technically throwing away money. Long story short: Don’t underestimate these flimsy colorful little sponges. They are actually an essential beauty tool! And once you learn to apply your makeup correctly using them, your entire makeup application process … Continue Reading

A New Beauty Breakthrough of Fake Lashes

If lash extensions aren’t a solution for you because of the glue, there is a new futuristic, effortless creation for you! Thankfully, technology has finally caught up with our cosmetic needs, especially for those of us who suffer from facial paralysis. How? By inventing this beauty breakthrough of lash extensions that you apply without using … Continue Reading

A Game-Changing Beauty Hack For Eye Synkinesis

Lets first start out with the unfamiliar term presented in the title… Synkinesis means the development of linked or unwanted facial movements. It is common and occurs in the majority of individuals who are recovering from prolonged facial palsy. Are you one of these lucky people like I am? Synkinesis “simultaneous movement” occurs after Bell’s … Continue Reading