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Note Cosmetics! This brand is easy to love, as it is vegan, cruelty free, environmentally friendly, paraben free, and infused with botanicals. I have been using the Mattifying Extreme Wear Foundation Spf 15. It comes in 24 shades, so you should have no trouble finding your match. It gives a very natural look while remaining matte. It uses Cedar Wood Oil and Spiraea Extract to help balance sebum levels and prevent future break-outs. So stay flawless and protected with Note foundation, people will definitely take note
Isdin Skincare. This is a big deal. I have tried two of their products, and I can’t wait to explore the whole line. First I will tell you about Isdinceutics Flavo-C Ultraglican Ampoules. This serum has Vitamin C and Ultraglycans to help reduce the appearance of micro wrinkles and boost natural moisture production. It feels like liquid silk. It “Intensely moisturizes your skin and multiplies hyaluronic acid production increasing natural moisturization of the skin. Along with the major moisture boost, it aids in increasing firmness and brightness. The next breakthrough product of theirs I’m obsessed with is the Skin Drops. I use the bronze, it also comes in a lighter color called Sand. It is ultra light foundation you can use alone, or add to your moisturizer. It is an “adaptive coverage” so you decide light to full. It will conceal, and even out your skin, without the weight of your usual makeup. So get with the Isdin, and up your skin game for the rest of 2017…..

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…


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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it’s good enough for me. Kate Moss is the spokesmodel for Decorte Cosmetics. I love everything from this line, -but Kate and I are most obsessed with their foundations. The Soft Powder Foundation has hydrating and conditioning benefits. “Uber-antioxidant Shirakaba Tonic infuses skin with calm and renewal. Washi Paper Optics™ create a low-definition look for a luxe new luminosity.” The coverage is perfect. The Soft Creme Foundation is a liquid with the same great benefits. Both are long wearing yet breathable. So get with Decorte and be like Kate….. no Johnny Depp included



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…



and your products. I love skincare that is infused with oxygen. I’m currently using Oxygenetix Oxygenation Moisturizer. The line was created for post procedure purposes, but I find it a great addition to my arsenal. It attracts oxygen while delivering PCA,HCL, and multi tocopherols.  It provides instant hydration while reducing the signs of aging. It helps plump the skin leaving the perfect palette for Oxygenating Foundation.
Oxygenating Foundation gives complete and natural coverage. It acts as a virtual second-skin, allowing it to breath- with no occlusive oils to interfere with the bodies natural healing process. It’s water resistant and contains spf 25. Both the foundation and moisturizer are cruelty free and vegan.
On my body I have been using Karin Herzog’s Silhouette. It contains 4% active oxygen to penetrate deep into the skin. It is designed to “disperse irregular fatty deposits and accumulated toxins, increases circulation and improves the skin’s natural repair and regenerating functions. When applied to targeted areas (e.g. hips, thighs, buttocks or stomach), the resulting energy rush helps to break down fatty deposits by stimulating the lymphatic system to efficiently remove them.”
So put some oxygen into your skincare regimen, and breathe deep



but your foundation can be with Geri G. First apply the Transceutical Canvas. This aloe vera based cream conditions skin, hydrates, and creates a smooth canvas for makeup. It bonds with cosmetics to make them blend into the skin, for an immediate natural glowing finish. Next apply the Innocent foundation with the Canvas brush. It is best to gently buff the foundation on vs painting. It is water based and combines squalen oil, green tea, and white tea. It is weightless and very natural looking. It leaves you with a glowy look vs matte. So get flawless with Geri G, and fake that innocence…

blendsmart brush

with your foundation brush. Try the BlendSMART brush from Doll 10 Beauty. This brush rotates 360 degrees at 190 revolutions per minute. It is said to allow you to use half the normal amount of foundation that you normally use. It works with both liquids and powders. I like it most for blending my foundation once I put it on with my usual brushes, or if I went too heavy on the blush.  Here is a tutorial on how to use it. So power it on, and get rotating…..