Instead of rubbing on extra moisturizer with hands that have been touching my keyboard all day, I spray on this hydrating toner when I start to feel a little dry. The best way to take care of your skin is to keep it constantly moisturized. Dry skin is the enemy.
You can't expect a spot remover to be an overnight, miracle pimple eliminator. But every night I look closely at my skin to find those little blemishes that look like they might turn into something. A little of this—and they're gone in the morning.
Foundation is a thing of the past. BB Cream feels practically sheer and the color adjusts to your own skin color—regardless of how dark or light your skin is. I never wear any foundation, but I can get down with this product.
These natural-looking blonde highlights come at a cost. Whenever I stay in for a beauty night, I treat my damaged hair to a deep conditioning mask. This one has really helped shape things up and it's color safe.
I sure do wear a lot less makeup than most beauty editors. I live by the philosophy that if your hair and skin looks great, you don't need much makeup at all. On a good day, the only thing I do is fill in my eyebrows to define them and make them look super neat. Then, I use a liner brush and this Nars shadow to get a less harsh line than a pencil typically delivers.
I've been using this self-tanner and sunscreen in one, which will give you a little glow. At no point this summer will my skin be exposed without protection. Not even on my walk to the train in the morning.