NYFW had some crazy looks this season, especially Hood by Air’s un-blended contoured faces (read: clown makeup). One place where we saw beauty that can actually inspire real women was at Theory’s show where La Prairie and makeup artist Mark Carrasquillo led the team.
I’ll make a long story short and say that a few months ago I had a cut on my body that wasn’t healing. Nothing worked. Finally I was given a bit of Botox, and lo and behold, the small cut was healed. With that I learned that Botox has a number of uses unrelated to making wrinkles disappear.
You know I love my oils. I clean and treat my face with them, and use them to moisturize my body; so you won’t be surprised that I’m in love with Avène’s Lipid-Replenishing Cleansing Oil. For one thing, oil is the best way to clean naturally, but the important thing here is the hydration and moisture retention.
If you’re looking for the next big thing in beauty, odds are you’ll find it on Peach and Lily or Cupidrop. Both sites stock exclusively Korean products. While much has been made about the 10-step Korean beauty routine, there’s plenty to covet even if you don’t have the time or funds for an extensive regimen.
I recently discovered the Medical Beauty Research line of products. Though the name doesn’t sound sexy and their marketing campaign is non-existent, their products really work. The German brand was founded by dermatologists and plastic surgeons, which isn’t new, but their approach and ingredients are. The rules for caring for your skin are open, treat, … Continue reading Medical Beauty Research BioChange: Open, Treat, Close
Tina’s made no secret of loving all things Charlotte Tilbury, from the Magic Cream that started it all to the Goddess Skin clay mask; so when she was asked to participate in the beauty authority’s 10 Women Takeover blog series, I have to imagine there was no hesitation.