Here’s what grabbing my attention this month….
The Invisibobble is my new favorite hair elastic, because it’s so much more than an elastic. It doesn’t kink your hair, or cause split ends. It replaces the need for bobbypins, by securing while holding your hair.
My hair is soft and light because I’m using Shea Moisture’s Fruit Fusion Coconut Water Weightless Creme Rinse. It’s extreamly lightweight so your hair can reach volume goals. It’s organic and filled with good stuff like dragon fruit, lychee berry, and green apple extracts.
The volume doesn’t stop at my hair, my lashes are feeling it to. My new go-to mascara is Loreal’s Feline Noir. It gives instant volume, with full lash density and an intense black color.
My makeup drawer has another addition. Skinfood’s spoon foundation brush. It is made for foundation but I use it for blending. It’s best for when I go to heavy on the bronzer or blush to really spread it out.
My nails are loving Zoya’s Naked Manicure Tip Perfector. It’s a soft, sheer white. I put it over a fair pale pink for the perfect combo.
Hope you love my finds, stay tuned for more…
lover. You will be to. Naked Princess invites you to “live the boudoir life”. It is a line of loungewear, lingerie, and cosmetics. I love everything on their site, but at the moment I’m most obsessed with the lip glosses. The Naked Shine line is a range of gorgeous, sheer, nude shades. It is lightweight yet moisturizing and creamy. The formula has a lip plumping peptide, as well as almond oil, babassu oil, vitamins c & e, and antioxidants. My favorite color is Barely Nude. It’s perfect alone and amazing over lipstick. I also love the Midnight Bloom body and boudoir spray. It is a sensual blend of vanilla musk, citrus, and eastern floral notes. So cover yourself head to toe with Naked Princess, and then get uncovered…..
lighter for a luminous glow. This fall I’m using Catrice Cosmetics Highlighting Powder. It comes in two tones, stardust and champagne. They are subtle enough so you don’t look overdone, just a soft glow. It has light reflecting pigments that have a pearl effect. It has a soft velvety feel and lasts all day. So highlight with Catrice, and don’t let the colder months dull your glow.
or dry? Well, now you don’t have to choose. Studio Gear’s Dual Identity wet/dry Mineral Foundation is all things, for all types. It is a loose mineral foundation that can be applied dry or added to primer, spf, serum, etc., to become a liquid foundation. You can also use it as a finishing powder and touch up duster. It is lightweight, and gives light to medium coverage. I am obsessed with their #3 Domed Foundation brush. It is perfect for mineral cosmetics and great when contouring. Now with Studio Gear you can change your foundation routine as much as your attitude…..
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and you can get just that with SmudgeFixx. This portable kit contains a pod of concealer to touch up your eye area, a compact mirror to see what you’re doing, and mini aloe vera wipes to wipe away any makeup mistakes. It’s great to keep in your purse, gym bag, or in your car. So fix your makeup mistakes with SmudgeFixx, sorry it can’t fix your dating mistakes…
with Decorte Cosmetics The New Nude Lip Palette. I am not a lipstick girl, it’s gloss all the way for me. So I was surprised when I found myself falling in love with this palette. The formula is super lighweight and highly moisturizing. It uses double pigment technology to provide extreme color, and botanicals that soften soften lips. Matte nude lips are the go to look for Summer 16. So get the look with the most luxurious feel…..get nude
or dry, with TORI Cosmetics dual blend powder foundation. You can use a damp blender sponge for a natural, illuminating finish. Or apply dry, with a powder brush for matte full coverage. I personally love it dry. It has a velvet finish and works great with my oily skin. You can also use it as a powder to set your liquid foundation. Tori also makes a great silicon based primer. So get flawless, wet and dry….
in a new way. I have always been loyal to powder blush. I have oily skin, and hate how liquid or stick blushes feel on my skin…..until now. I have a new obsession. It is Susan Thompson’s Liquid Blush in MMS The Word. It is super lightweight, and very blendable. It has light reflecting pigments, and major color- a little goes a LONG way. I also love their Dual Powder. It is a powder foundation that gives full coverage with out looking cakey. You can use it dry with a brush or wet a sponge and make it more of a liquid. These products have no Parabens and are hypo allergenic. So get dolled up with Susan Thompson cosmetics, and leave them blushing…