I’ve always had a somewhat ruddy complexion. Most finishing powders cover up my skin, instead of evening out my complexion. Since I’m allergic to talc, I’m pretty limited on the powders I can use on my face. That’s why I love Clinique’s Redness Solutions Instant Relief Mineral Powder. This unique mineral treatment is oil-free and talc-free, and promises to measurably reduce redness on contact. The powder even comes with an anti-bacterial brush to ensure a clean application. This powder feels light, won’t break you out, and reduces redness instantly. If you have rosacea, it probably won’t make a big impact on your skin, but for all others, it should do the job.
Where to find it: Anywhere Clinique is sold for $34.50.
Here are the latest giveaways from your favorite women’s mags. Good luck, ladies!
Glamour Magazine is offering three lucky readers a chance to win a Sony Cyber-shot Waterproof camera! Enter to win here. Glamour is also giving away a retro-inspired pair of sunglasses from Quayeyeware Australia to twenty lucky readers! Enter to win here. Five readers will a French Connection dress that will look perfect poolside (enter here). Ten readers will win May 28th watches. (Enter here). Contests end 5/31/12 at 11:59 P.M. ET.
Nothing is more classic than a clean cat eye. In the ’60′s, every bombshell on the silver screen rocked the iconic look. Today, women young and old can be seen waearing winged, black eyeliner, but few pull it off. The problem – liquid eyeliner is messy, and pencil liners often smudge. Thankfully, I’ve found a pencil liner that glides on smoothly and lasts for hours – Sephora’s Flashy Liner Waterproof. At just $8 a pop, these liners are a steal, and add polish to a minimally-made-up face. My recommendation? Wear minimal makeup (no eyeshadow or dark lip stick) for a classic, polished look.
Where to find it: Sephora for $8.
* Photo: Actress Ginnifer Goodwin
Apparently, my girl Beyonce has a little drugstore diva in her:
Beyonce to ABC News: ”You know, at the end of the day you’re the same exact person. You know, I still like the simple things. Like, I have on my press-on nails right now. I have on my store-bought press-on nails. But my color, my paint is professionally done.”