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The Fall Beauty Guide
September 28, 2016
1. Trish McEvoy Beauty Booster Serum
This is one of my favorite go-to products.It maximizes skin’s moisture capacity and the peptides stimulate natural collagen production.This helps to minimize the appearance of fine lines and enhances your complexion.
RealGlow Primer invigorates tired, dull skin using vitamin E and apple seed extract. I wear it alone after moisturizing for clean, radiant skin or apply pre-makeup to help my makeup last all day
We all love Oribe’s dry texturizing spray and now we can enjoy beautiful second day hair with this dry shampoo! Microfine powders absorb dirt and oil while silkening agents leave hair soft, smooth and touchable.
4. Bobbi Brown City Palette – New York
This eye and cheek palette is so beautiful it doubles as an accessory!Bobbi teamed up with illustrator Richard Haines to create a collection of palettes inspired by three iconic fashion cities – each contains great colors for fall!
PowerGlow Peel is one of my favorite products and out top seller! It’s a 1- minute, 1 –step way exfoliating peel for instantly glowing skin.
6. Molton Brown Rosa Absolute Shower Gel
I love this for fall.Molton Brown developed the scent from rose oil, blackcurrant and patchouli.It’s so dramatic – both the scent and the beautiful ruby color remind me of fall.
7. SkinCeuticals Phyto Corrective Mask
A soothing botanical facial mask that calms sensitive skin, reduces redness, and restores smoothness and natural radiance.Great for restoring the skin after a long summer in the sun.
8. Chantecaille Protect the Lions Charity Eye Palette
This palette was inspired by a trip to Africa.It contains rich, earthy hues that are perfect for fall – AND Chantecaille donates 5% of the proceeds to the Lion Guardians.
The same great hydration derived from La Mer’s famous Miracle Broth, but in a soft, silky formulation that comes out of a pump.A smooth, wonderful hydration experience.
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