Two beauty products that I keep in my makeup bag year round is highlighter and a bright, bold lip-color. We typically swap out certain products when the temps begin to cool, but I’ve never been one to follow strict beauty rules.
I have oily/combination skin, so using a setting pwoder with my makeup is a must. For the past 2 months I’ve been using the L.A. Girl PRO High-Definition Setting Powder and it may be my holy grail.
I love a foundation that gives you a flawless finish while still allowing skin to show through. Earlier this Summer, COVERGIRL® launched their Vitalist Healthy Elixir Foundation and I love it.
For most people, some type of product combination, whether natural or more medicinal, is needed in order to properly care for their skin. Here are a few steps that you can implement based on your skincare needs and goals, especially once you hit your 30s.
Some people are born with perfect skin, but most of us have to have a little help from our (color correcting) friends. Hard Candy recently released a new collection of color correcting concealers, powders, primers, and expert sticks.
Every season I try to find a”signature” scent, and I think I may have found my Spring one at Bath & Body Works.
Last month I had the pleasure of attending a SS17 Trends makeup class taught by M.A.C. artists Shaka Diamante + Tony Denise from the Macy’s M.A.C. counter at Oak Court Mall.
I’ve been a fan of liquid lipsticks since they first launched, but paying $15-$23 a pop when you’re a fickle makeup junkie? Um, no.
You want supple, healthy looking skin that’s soft to the touch, so here are a few tips to help you have glowing skin during the Winter.
I’ve been a makeup junkie all of my life, and one of my favorite times to get new products is when the seasons change. I also overall my skincare routine (heavier moisturizer, a little more exfoliation), but here are 4 ways that I update my makeup bag for Winter.