5 Steps To Getting Glam For Spring

So today I thought it might be fun
to start working on our new, fresh looks for spring.

Five quick steps to fabulous.

Here we go…

Numero Uno: The Enzyme Mask.

I swear by Rhonda Allison’s Cherry Jubilee Enzyme mask.
The cold and windy winter the country is (finally) peeking out from behind
has left many a gal’s complexion looking a tad beat up, weathered and dull.
I’m not a fan of scrubs.
I prefer enzyme masks to exfoliate.
This gem exfoliates and soothes, firms, tones
and hydrates.Leaves you with beautiful glowing skin.

Check the website for a location near you

Next up: Perfectly lovely foundation

Time for a new foundation.
One that will enhance the natural fresh radiance of your skin.
Or if you’re not looking so fresh & radiant,
will create that illusion for you.
I told you last week about FACE Atelier’s amazing Ultra Foundation.
It is youth in a bottle.
It is glorious beautiful skin in a bottle.
Its magic.
Use a small amount of this highly pigmented, silicone based love potion
and your skin will look the best it ever has,
all day long.

Number Three: Fun, fresh, spring eyes

from the ever brilliant, ever innovative Julie Hewett
we have a fabulous new spring palette.
And it is very cleverly called
Spring Palette.

And here’s how you use it.
From the top right use Silk to highlight above the crease and through to the brow.
Bottom left, Malachite cream along the lash-line and up over the lower lid,
then sweep Zen shadow (top left) over the lid, blending inwards.
For more definition, or for a slightly deeper look, apply more Malachite
through the crease and outer corner.
Line with Julie Hewett Patina liner.

Step Four: Soft, beautiful cheek

The bottom right corner of the Julie Hewett Spring Palette is
a delicious coral blush.
Its sweet, fresh and very very flattering.

FinallyFive: Peachy Kisses

Finish your spring look with a fresh peachy gloss.
I’m loving Armani Lip Shimmer Lip Gloss
in Peach.

and the perfect accessory for getting glam for spring?
A new Kate Spade handbag in delicious quilted patent lemon.



1 Comment

  1. March 20, 2010 / 4:08 pm

    Thanks for the spring tips. All fun colors, the bag especially!

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