(Above) This eyelash curler, I cannot do without. It's by Sonia Kashuk and it's sold in Target Stores. This has to be the best curler I've ever had in my life! It's around $8.99 in stores and is well worth it. The Revlon one does NOT compare.
Dec 6, 2006
Swirl, Tap & Buff
I've been meaning to post about some of my beauty must-haves for a while now. I like to hear what products work for other people. I've been using Bare Minerals by Bare Escentuals for about a year now and I love it. I used to use Studio Fix by Mac and I thought that was great, but after having a bit of problematic skin, I was tired of getting regular facials only to clog up my skin with makeup. Then I heard about Bare Minerals which used only natural minerals that did not clog pores. I went to a boutique and had a lady put it on. I was hooked. Not only was it great at covering up spots, it did not make me look like I was wearing a mask of makeup! It looked very natural, felt weightless and the starter kit included a color named "Warmth" which you'd sweep over cheekbones, forehead, chin, to give you a warm glow. My Mac powder makeup left me looking flat, so when I tried this, I was just thrilled with the luminosity. And the Mineral Veil is just luxurious. It's a silky, iridescent finishing powder that I can't go without. It doesn't take me long to do the steps either. I first conceal, buff the foundation on, sweep some warmth on, and finish off with the Mineral Veil. If anyone wants to try it, there is a Boutique in the Queens Center Mall & Roosevelt Field mall. As well as locations throughout the city. But I guarantee, you'll be hooked as well. Nothing beats natural makeup.