Beauty Must-Haves

April 23, 2009 | By | Comments (0)

Creating perfectly smudge-able lines
just got easier with the advent of Revlon’s Beyond Natural Eye Pencil ($7.99).
I’m really bad at using eyeliner, but this pencil makes it so easy. And
truly, it creates these great medium-thick super blend-able lines that
I love.

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Courtesy of revlon.com
I love Almay’s
Bright Eyes eye shadow ($8.49) too!  It’s such a natural-looking
spreadable cream powder. With just a little bit of sheen, it instantly
perks up eyes.
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Courtesy of almay.com

I was talking to our Advertising Production Manager Meagan Yeilding recently and she raved about Aveeno Lip Conditioner ($3.69) (she just bought three tubes!). Here’s what she said:

“I love it, because it truly conditions your lips. I use it as a base coat before putting on gloss or another color, but it does well standing alone too. It has a little bit of a sheen, so if you’re in a hurry or don’t have color with you. It serves as a conditioner and clear gloss combined. Plus, it smells good and is affordable. so it’s hard to resist.”

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Courtesy of aveeno.com

I’m a natural blond, but I’m finding that as I get older my highlight are starting to fade into a  not-very-pretty dull brown. In an effort to preserve my salon hightlights and boost my natural color I recently picked up John Frieda’s Color-Renew Tone-Restoring Shampoo & Go Blonder Lightening Conditioner ($7.99 each). After a couple of washes I was sold. My hair really does look lighter and brighter.

S&C
Courtesy of johnfrieda.com

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