International Beauty Trainers- check out the pops of color all of this site. A plain design that was elevated by their choice of images.

International Beauty Trainers- check out the pops of color all of this site. A plain design that was elevated by their choice of images.

Infographic: Benefits of 16 Natural Oils for Your Skin – Peace on the Skin & Peace Within. We are happy to see argan oil on this list and need to add the prickly pear seed oil - two precious treasures from our native Morocco - brought to you by Kenza International Beauty !

Infographic: Benefits of 16 Natural Oils for Your Skin – Peace on the Skin & Peace Within. We are happy to see argan oil on this list and need to add the prickly pear seed oil - two precious treasures from our native Morocco - brought to you by Kenza International Beauty !

The best International beauty products you haven't heard of, but seriously NEED in your life. | If you like French beauty products and swear by 12-step Korean skin care routines, you're going to want to read this! @stylecaster

The best International beauty products you haven't heard of, but seriously NEED in your life. | If you like French beauty products and swear by 12-step Korean skin care routines, you're going to want to read this! @stylecaster

Best International Beauty Products of 2014 - ELLE's Annual International Beauty Awards - ELLE

Best International Beauty Products of 2014 - ELLE's Annual International Beauty Awards - ELLE

Jan Taylor, Australia's representative at the Miss International beauty pageant in California, 1964, wore this dress as her 'national costume'. It was designed by Beryl Jents, a leading Sydney designer of the 1940s-60s, to promote Australia and Australian fashion to overseas audiences. The dress is embroidered with state floral emblems and wildflowers, including wattle. (Source: National Museum of Australia).

Jan Taylor, Australia's representative at the Miss International beauty pageant in California, 1964, wore this dress as her 'national costume'. It was designed by Beryl Jents, a leading Sydney designer of the 1940s-60s, to promote Australia and Australian fashion to overseas audiences. The dress is embroidered with state floral emblems and wildflowers, including wattle. (Source: National Museum of Australia).

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