Photo courtesy of Better Homes and Gardens
Hanukkah is here! It’s the 3rd night and if you’re not lighting candles this week, you can still be a part of the festival of lights by channeling this fun Hanukkah-inspired half-moon mani. Choose a blue and nude shade and see my previous post here to see how to do a half moon using stickers from the drug store!
I’m all about easy. These days I rarely have enough time to take a shower AND put makeup on, so a great, fast makeup product is gold. I love a bronze shadow and cream formulas are so easy to use. They look great from morning to night, and compliment all skin types and eye colors. Major bonus for not having to use a brush to apply. I’ve rounded up a few of my faves. Simply rub a bit of product on your lids, using a clean finger and blend. Voila!
From left to right:
Make Molten Shadow in ‘Bronze’
Jouer Créme Eyeshadow in ‘Suede’
Ilia Illuminator in ‘Sway’
Becca Eye Tint in ‘Bronze’
RMS Eye Polish in ‘Solar’
The weather has changed, and while I’m glad it’s wintery, my skin is not so happy. My face is in desperate need of moisture, but I also need to be careful not to go too heavy or I’ll break out. Lame, I know. Since loading up on a heavier night cream is out of the question, I’ve opted for a face oil instead. Most face oils are light enough to use year ’round but I’ve found my favorite one that not only gives me moisture but also balances my skin so that break outs are a thing of the past.
Beautycounter’s Lustro Face Oils smell and feel amazing. They even have 3 different formulas designed for different skin types, and are completely void of any harmful chemicals linked to human health issues. Score! I opted for number three, which aids in balancing out skin tone and helps with everything from acne, to rosacea and eczema. The second face oil is more of an anti-ager and for people with very dry skin. And their number one face oil is geared towards the super sensitive.
All three are thin enough to apply morning and night but you can reapply throughout the day for added moisture. I even use it as a makeup primer – leaving my skin supple and soft – the perfect canvas for foundation.