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Venice, CA

Fall Beauty Must Haves

I’ve been on a huge beauty testing kick and tried SO many amazing products this past month.  I wanted to share which ones I loved and have been consistently using in my beauty routine. I plan on doing another beauty giveaway this week so be sure to check my Stories to see how to enter! Fall Beauty Must Haves R+Co Dry Shampoo I used to wash my hair every.single.day.  I know, I know – so bad right?!  Thankfully my hairdresser educated me and told me to STOP washing it everyday and START using dry shampoo.  I have to be strategic about this, but it’s definitely made my hair healthier and grow even faster than usual.  I tested a bunch of dry shampoos and was pretty disappointed.  I need something strong since I get oily roots after only a day.  I loved the smell of Playa and the quality – but it wasn’t strong enough for me.  The one that really hit it out of the park was R+Co.  The smell is heavenly and a little goes a long way.  I am also OBSESSED with this Miriam Quevedo dry shampoo + volumizing spray.  I have super flat hair so this gives me the “oomph” I need! Gisou Heat Protectant Spray I had never used a heat protectant spray before blow drying or curling my hair until a few weeks ago…oops.  Once I started reading more about heat damage I realized I should absolutely be protecting my locks!  I had heard so many great things about Gisou; which is fashion and beauty blogger Negin Mirasalehi’s hair line.  When I got it, I first fell in love with the smell, and then I just loved how light and easy it was to use.  I simply spray it all over my hair, brush it out to distribute it, and then style it! Tata Harper Resurfacing Mask Wow.  This mask works.  You simply apply a light layer onto your face and wash it off 15 minutes later.  It completely gets rid of dead layers of skin and renews/rejuvenates your entire complexion.  If I don’t have time for a facial, or if I’m in between facials, I love using this about once a month.  Bonus it’s all natural! Lawless Brightening Translucent Powder and Foundation Speaking of all natural – I am so happy to have found a translucent setting powder that is TALC FREE.  Most setting powders have talc in them which some studies have shown to cause cancer – no thanks.  This powder works just as good and creates a beautiful softness in photos.  I’ve talked about this foundation before, but mentioning it here again because I love that it’s free of parabens, sulfates, and anything toxic!  It has a very thick coverage, so I dilute the mixture by adding my Sisley moisturizer in and using a beauty blender to dab it all over my face for a beautiful tan, glow.  FYI I wear shade Arizona which is equivalent to Armani shade 6.5. Cle de Peau Beauté SPF concealer I rarely used a concealer throughout my 20’s but now that I am almost 30 and my under eye tissue is more delicate, I like using one regularly.  This one has an SPF in it which protects that fragile area and hides any dark circles.  After polling many of you on Stories, you said your favorite concealers were this one and Nars.  I still haven’t tried the Nars one because I am so happy with this one – totally worth the $. Hourglass Bronzer/Highlighter This is a gorgeous highlighter!  I still love my Charlotte Tilbury highlighter, but this is perfect when you want a sun kissed glow and serious highlight.  It really makes your cheekbones pop. Chanel Paris-Venise Perfume This is one of Chanel’s newest fragrances and my favorite out of all of them.  Chanel perfume tends to remind me of my grandma – it’s a little too strong and floral, but this one is light, fresh, and perfect for day or night.  It’s not crazy overpowering and the ideal balance between vanilla and a faint floral! Sisley Volumizing Mascara When I first opened this mascara I was taken aback by the skinny wand and brush.  I thought no way this can be any good!  Welp, that was not the case.  It is freakishly good at lengthening lashes.  I use two swipes of this, let it dry for at least 5 minutes, and then apply a 3rd coat with my favorite Charlotte Tilbury Full Fat Lashes. Have you tried any of these beauty products?  Which ones do you love?  Do you like buying more all natural products or are hesitant to try them?  Do tell! !function(d,s,id){ var e, p = /^http:/.test(d.location) ? 'http' : 'https'; if(!d.getElementById(id)) { e = d.createElement(s); e.id = id; e.src = p + '://widgets.rewardstyle.com/js/shopthepost.js'; d.body.appendChild(e); } if(typeof window.__stp === 'object') if(d.readyState === 'complete') { window.__stp.init(); } }(document, 'script', 'shopthepost-script');
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Venice, CA

My Favorite Face Oils

I’ve been testing face oils for the last 3 months and am SO excited to share my favorites with you!  I had never even heard of face oil until about 8 months ago (clearly I was living under a rock!)  Thankfully my beauty junkie girlfriend was kind enough to inform me.  Once I started incorporating face oil into my skincare routine I was HOOKED. Face oil is basically an extra layer of moisturizer that you can use alone or underneath your sunscreen, eye cream, and/or moisturizer during the day or at night.  I LOVE using mine with my Clarisonic and doing lymph drainage every morning.  *Note you should always use a generous amount of oil with this device otherwise you’re stretching your skin and creating wrinkles! I wanted to debunk a few face oil myths or preconceived notions you may have about them.  Face oils do not cause breakouts, clog pores, or make your face MORE oily.  The right oils actually balance your skin and help prevent/clear up breakouts!  It’s the fatty acids in face oils that stop your skin from producing too much of the bad kind of oil which leads to blemishes. I tested a wide variety of oils from all different brands and price points.  Some are drugstore brands and some are high end luxury skincare lines – all ranging from $12 to $180.  I went into this whole face oil testing completely unbiased and clueless. Also, I ordered 10+ oils and rotated new ones every week.  Honestly, I was really surprised at what I found!  Some of the fancy brands with the pretty packaging (I’m a sucker for packaging) that I totally THOUGHT would be my favorite actually weren’t – and some of the drugstore/inexpensive oils that I assumed wouldn’t work actually DID.  So read on to see what the verdict on all of these is! Face OilsIndie Lee face oilThis is the first face oil I tried.  I love the price point ($30!) and the texture.  It’s completely all natural and cruelty free.  The smell isn’t the greatest but it’s not terrible – it just smells exactly like what it is – squalane oil.  Added perfume scent typically has harsh chemicals in it, so I’d rather have no added scent than a fake floral scent! Mara Beauty face oilThis is one of my favorite face oils.  My friend Allison created it after working in the beauty industry for years.  The packaging is SO chic and I love the texture.  It makes my skin glow!  It ties for my #1 favorite face oil next to Drunk Elephant which I’ll talk about next! Drunk Elephant face oil I had heard so many amazing things about Drunk Elephant before trying it.  It was the most popular face oil on my Instastories poll so I knew I had to include it here!  I’m so glad I did because it ended up being my #1 FAVORITE face oil!  The texture is perfect (not too thick, not too thin), it’s 100% natural and it WORKS.  My skin feels hydrated and silky smooth after using it.  LOVE LOVE LOVE. Vintner’s Daughter serum/face oilThis face oil is a celebrity cult favorite for a reason.  I was SO excited to try this, and even more excited to be able to speak with the founder herself on the phone a few months ago.  She is incredibly genuine and I am so impressed with what she has built.  She really took the time and effort to create this product and it shows – it is extremely powerful, effective, and worth every penny (yes it’s a pricier one.)  I loved the soothing essential oil smell, the fact that it is all natural/organic, and the way it evened out the texture of my skin.  It soaked right in and was perfect to put on before my moisturizer.  I prefer using this at night, and the Drunk Elephant oil in the morning with my Clarisonic since its thicker. Cocokind face oilThis paraben, all natural, cruelty free face oil was another popular oil in my Instastories poll.   I was pleasantly surprised with it considering it’s only $12!  It wasn’t as thick or moisturizing as the other oils, but definitely a great option if you don’t have dry skin and want something to absorb super fast when you’re on the go. Herbivore face oilI had high hopes for this face oil because I love the brand and the packaging is GORG!  I didn’t LOVE the strong floral/orchid scent and felt like it didn’t really improve the texture of my skin or soak in like some of the other oils.  It still moisturized my skin and I could tell it’s good quality, but for whatever reason it just didn’t wow me! Rodin Olio Lusso face oilOk this face oil was PRICEY – we are talking $170 for 1 oz.  BUT it totally changed the texture of my skin.  It evened it out, made it so silky smooth and I was obsessed with the super luxe/rich geranium and orange blossom scent.  I had never smelled anything like that combo before.  In terms of rebuying it/splurging on it again… I am still up in the air.  Even though it works wonders, it’s hard to justify spending that much when I have found other oils that are much cheaper that I love.  All I know is that I will be using this oil sparingly for special occasions so it lasts longer! Honest Beauty face oilI was so impressed with this oil.  The scent is so pleasant – it’s sweet, but not overwhelming (I am soooo sensitive to scents.)  The texture was perfect, it went on smooth, and really moisturized my skin.  It also won an Allure beauty award!  Overall this is a GREAT drugstore buy (it’s available at Target) with an ideal price point at $28.  Out of all of the oils, this was my 3rd favorite (after Drunk Elephant and Mara Beauty.) True Botanicals face oilThis was a lighter texture face oil compared to the others.  I didn’t love the super earthy scent and just wanted it to be thicker so I could use it with my Clarisonic.  I’ve heard wonderful things about this company and will absolutely keep testing their other products, but their face oil just wasn’t my fave. RMS Beauty face oilI love RMS as a company, but the scent of this face oil was so strong I couldn’t continue using it after the second time. The Buff face oilMy friend Jasmine started this company after trying a zillion different face oils and beauty products as an editor in NYC.  I love that you can customize the oil for your skin needs and add your initials to the packaging.  It makes it a fabulous gift for the beauty junkie friend in your life.  I always smile when I see it sitting on my makeup counter – it just looks CHIC! Sunday Riley face oilThis face oil is my secret weapon for acne.  If I am ever getting a breakout or pimple I put this on and it instantly dries it up and my skin is CLEAR the next morning.  Seriously this is LIFE CHANGING!!!!!  You need this in your cabinet for emergency blemishes! GiveawayI’m giving away $1000 of skincare products split amongst 10 lucky readers.  To enter, leave me a comment below telling me what oil you’re most excited to try/or already use, then like my latest IG photo and tag a friend in the comments who isn’t already following me on IG – and tell them why they should be.  Winners will be announced on Thursday – good luck! !function(d,s,id){ var e, p = /^http:/.test(d.location) ? 'http' : 'https'; if(!d.getElementById(id)) { e = d.createElement(s); e.id = id; e.src = p + '://widgets.rewardstyle.com/js/shopthepost.js'; d.body.appendChild(e); } if(typeof window.__stp === 'object') if(d.readyState === 'complete') { window.__stp.init(); } }(document, 'script', 'shopthepost-script');
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Venice, CA

All Natural Deodorant Roundup

After months and months of testing all natural deodorants I am so excited to finally report my findings with you!  I really wanted to approach this almost like a scientist. Totally unbiased and clinical. So I had my girlfriend test deodorant after deodorant with me for over 3 months.  We wore each deodorant for at least 1 week in an assortment of conditions from everyday temperatures and activities, to hot summer days, stressful situations, and intense workouts.  Before I get into my favorites though, I will give you a brief background on my deodorant history which may be very similar to yours! Personally, I did not wear deodorant consistently until about 5 years ago. I was never a huge sweater growing up and also didn’t do a ton of intense workouts/activities so I just didn’t really need to wear it!  (I feel like some people have a more intense sweat gland situation and smell than others and I was fortunate in that it just was never an issue for me!) Honestly, I only started wearing deodorant when I began doing more physically intense workouts like Soul Cycle and boxing and felt self conscious that I would start smelling since I was working out so much!  So, I picked up a generic deodorant at the drugstore that everyone seemed to have in their cabinet and used it for 2 years thereafter. Everything was fine with it… (I honestly didn’t really notice a difference one way or another. And I was wearing it more for mental clarity/security) but when a guy I had been dating opened up my medicine cabinet and literally gasped at the deodorant I had and said, “You use this stuff?!  You know this is terrible for you and has aluminum in it which causes breast cancer.  You shouldn’t use this. Seriously Kat.”  I was SO shocked and taken aback by his reaction and had NO idea it was bad so I immediately started researching it myself.  He was a jerk. But I can thank him for opening my eyes to the aluminum in deodorant haha! Anyways…  I was stunned to find article after article talking about how many of the ingredients in generic deodorant, primarily aluminum, were linked to breast cancer!  And yet government articles I was finding insisted aluminum was NOT linked to cancer… Very conflicting!  Either way, I knew that I didn’t want to even risk the small chance of aluminum causing cancer. So I threw it out and began looking into all natural deodorants. For months, I tested all natural deodorant after all natural deodorant and was very sad to find that they made me smell TERRIBLE!  I was mortified at my new body odor. And literally started canceling workouts and friend dates because of it.  My body felt out of whack and I almost felt like I was producing MORE sweat during this phase!  Probably from the stress and fear of smelling bad LOL!  I decided to do some more research on why this could be/what was happening/if I even should continue wearing deodorant.  It was a super embarrassing time. Thank goodness I’ve now figured out what works for me! First and foremost…I will never wear a deodorant with aluminum again.  Second, if you are thinking of making the switch from regular deodorant to all natural, give your body at least 2 weeks of not wearing ANYTHING to adjust before trying a new deodorant.  I know, I know, this seems scary especially if you are a sweater… But trust me your ph levels and smell will even itself out and then you’ll have a neutral base to incorporate/test out an all natural deodorant into your routine.  Third, when choosing an all natural deodorant remember that everyone has different ph levels and takes to chemicals and scents differently. So what may work for one person, may not work for you (which is what I found in this testing process that my girlfriend and I did together.). Fourth, what you EAT and your overall health does have a huge impact on your body odor.  You could have body odor regardless of what deodorant you use because of something being imbalanced internally.  This is why I am such a stickler about what I put into my body. Because I have found that it directly impacts my scent!  If I eat spicy, greasy food or something that doesn’t sit well with my system, I notice I have more of a BO scent than if I’m eating fresh, healthy, organic food. FinallyI don’t think anyone really NEEDS deodorant.  I think it’s a great safety, precaution tool to smell more fresh. But if you’re balanced internally/healthy and sweat out the toxins/go through the elimination phase I truly believe your body will even itself out and that you will sweat AND smell less.  Nowadays, I wear deodorant maybe twice a week max, I rarely sweat, and hopefully I don’t smell (and if I ever do – I hope my friends would tell me!!!) After talking with my girlfriends about what deodorant they use/what works for them – I was surprised to learn many of them, especially the ones in LA, now don’t wear deodorant either!  They have let their bodies even out naturally and if anything, they use this cool crystal deodorant stick.  Here’s a roundup of all of the deodorants I tried and which ones I liked/disliked + why! All Natural DeodorantsScully deodorantI was turned off at first that this was a liquid spray, but I have to say after wearing it for weeks, I became super impressed with it!  My girlfriend Jesse who did the testing with me was equally as impressed.  This has a minty scent and tingles for the first few seconds you spray it, but that quickly goes away.  What we both loved about this is that the ingredients (which I found out have been used for over 100 years in their family’s secret recipe) completely neutralize all body odor and the spray has no scent (after those first few seconds) so it doesn’t compete with any perfume you want to wear!  Neither of us had any residue, BO problems, or stains.  This was definitely one of my favorite deodorants that we tested. Curie deodorantThis deodorant is my #1 favorite.  I LOVE the white tea scent which is not overly strong, floral, or “earthy” smelling – it’s just a pretty and subtle smell.  I also love the texture – it is exactly how you’d want a deodorant to feel.  It goes on smooth but isn’t too sticky and isn’t too dry – it’s the perfect in between.  And most importantly it worked and I did not have to reapply it during the day! Schmidt’s deodorantMy girlfriend Jesse and actually another close friend of mine both love Schmidt’s and say this is their go-to deodorant. *Jesse does say that she can’t wear it with black workout clothes during hot yoga because it does stain them white.  I on the other hand tried this deodorant and hated it!  It totally stained my clothes and I had white streaks running down my arms during yoga – not cute.  Another reader who saw me doing the deodorant round up on Instastory a few months ago – messaged me saying this gave her a rash.  So this is a perfect example of how everyone’s ph levels and bodies react differently! Kopari deodorantThis coconut oil based deodorant just won Allure’s Beauty award.  I trust Allure’s Beauty roundups, but I have to disagree with their findings here!  I really like Kopari as a brand and LOVED the scent of this product, but the texture was too gel-like and made my armpits feel damp for most of the day.  It just didn’t seep into my skin/absorb at all for me, and my girlfriend said the same thing. Native deodorantI bought the mini travel pack of Native deodorants so that I could test 6 of their scents.  The coconut vanilla scent was my favorite and I wore it throughout my Italy trip in August.  It was a really hot summer as many of you know and this definitely worked.  I had no body odor or stains.  I was happy with this deodorant, BUT the only thing I will say is that I felt like it was a bit too dry texture wise and was kind of chalky going on + didn’t glide/absorb like I’d have preferred. Malin + Goetz deodorantThis gave me BO at two different points in my life (I tried it back in 2016 and again this past summer in 2018) and it just smelled WAY too earthy for me.  It’s like pure eucalyptus so you smell like a sweaty Equinox gym sauna. NOPE not for me! Crystal deodorantI haven’t tried this but wanted to include it after several friends recently told me they have been using it for years and love it.  Note – they said you need to apply it right after you shower or else it doesn’t work.  I’m intrigued now and am going to try it and will report back! PiperWai deodorantThis was a thick black sticky paste that you roll under your arms and smelled super earthy… It was a no immediately for Jesse and I. Also, I didn’t block out any odor whatsoever. AER deodorantI tried this deodorant back in 2016 and was obsessed with the Palo Santo scent.  A ton of bloggers I love use it and rave about it.  The texture was a bit too gel-like for me, and it didn’t mask my BO (but this was when I was first transitioning out of regular deodorant and I haven’t re-tested it since.).  I wanted to include it here because again, everyone is different and I did really enjoy the scent and so many others seem to really like it! Overall, my two favorite deodorants were from Scully and Curie.  If I had to choose a third it would be Native.  I hope you enjoyed this roundup and would love to hear what your deodorant experiences have been and which ones are your personal favorites!!! !function(d,s,id){ var e, p = /^http:/.test(d.location) ? 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Los Angeles, CA

How To Get Glowing Skin

What is my secret to healthy, glowing skin? It’s a combination of things that I am so excited to share with you in today’s post!  I get asked about my skincare routine often and while there are a combination of things I do, at the end of the day, I really feel that it all comes down to the food you eat.  What you put into your body directly impacts everything – including your skin.  So if you’re eating a diet high in sugar, additives, caffeine, alcohol, and dairy – and your skin is always breaking out – well then it’s time to re-evaluate what you’re eating.  Simple changes like eliminating those items majority of the time, drinking enough water, and eating healthy fat will turn your skin around within days – I promise!  Here are all of my skincare secrets, tips, and tricks! DietAs I mentioned above this is #1 most important contributing factor to the way your skin looks.  Eating healthy fat, staying hydrated, and cutting back on sugar, artificial flavors, and dehydrating things like caffeine and alcohol are key.  While some say coffee is good for you, I personally find that it doesn’t work for me and completely dehydrates me, gives me stomach pain, and actually raises my anxiety/cortisol levels. I love matcha but even matcha was making me feel anxious, so I limit it to once a week!   MoisturizeI am constantly sent different products to test out every single week.  I love rotating products and am always down to try new things – especially if they’re all natural – which many new products are starting to be!  At the moment, I have these products on rotation; La Mer eye cream and Sisley face cream (any of Sisley’s face creams are amazing – I particularly love this heavy duty anti aging one (a celeb favorite) or the hydrating booster.)  I’m also obsessed with any moisturizer from L’Occitane (they use high quality ingredients and are super affordable – I’ve used their Divine line for years and love to travel with their Aqua line.) WaterEvery morning I splash my face with cold water.  Cold water stimulates the blood flow in your skin and reduces pore size.  It also wakes you up and is so refreshing!  I then lightly dab my face in a towel – I never rub that creates wrinkles!!!!!  I also try and carry around a Swell bottle and drink from it religiously.  If I feel dehydrated I add a pinch of pink Himalayan salt into it – salt attracts water so it instantly hydrates you!  This is great to do after an intense yoga session, workout, or hike. CleanseI don’t use a cleanser when I wake up in the morning which is probably bad but whatever it’s what I prefer!  I like just a simple splash of cold water!  At the end of the day, I use Simple makeup wipes to remove my makeup – they’re so gentle and really take everything off.  I’ve heard makeup wipes are terrible for you and have been urged to stop using them because they pull your skin and don’t fully clean it, but I haven’t found a cleanser that I like that removes eyeliner!  After my wipes, I use this milk cleanser to really get the makeup wipe film off and deeply clean – it makes my skin feel so soft and supple after.  I’ve heard amazing things about the GOOP cleanser and apparently it does remove all eye makeup – so I will be testing that and report back!!!   ExfoliateI have been using this Dermalogica exfoliator for 7 years.  It’s gentle and makes my skin feel so smooth.  I use it in the shower 2-3 times/week – never more.  Exfoliation is important, but I don’t think we should be doing it everyday since it is abrasive.   Face Oil + Lymph Drainage Massage Every morning I use a face oil – either the Indie Lee face oil, The Buff face oil (my new favorite!) or Mara face oil.  I put a drop of it in my hands and rub it all over my face, then I use this Clarisonic Uplift vibrating tool to do lymph drainage on my face – if you already have the Clarisonic you can just buy this massage head.  This helps me de-puff my face, chisel my jawline and also allows the product to seep in deeper.  I use face oil at night rather than moisturizer before bed. Face MasksI have tried tons of masks and my two favorites are; Sisley Black Rose mask and Tata Harper Resurfacing mask.  The Sisley mask is 1000% worth the money.  It really is.  It’s just incredibly hydrating and will make your skin feel INSANELY soft, dewy, milky…and it lasts for a long time.  The Tata Harper Resurfacing mask basically deep cleans your skin and washes away any dead skin so that you’re left with a super clean, seamless, glowy palette.   Serums, Toners, Face MistsI use these things sparingly as I like to keep my routine and products short and concise.  Also, I add these items in when I’m feeling extra dehydrated or depleted.  I love SKII Facial Essence, Olga Lorencin toner, L’Occitane face mist, and have heard THE BEST things about this Drunk Elephant Vitamin C Serum – seriously like 10 girlfriends have raved about it to me. SPFThis Supergoop sunscreen is my favorite face sunscreen and I apply it everyday pre-foundation and post moisturizer.  My Cle de Beaute concealer has SPF in it which is great – and crucial for the sensitive under eye area! FacialsSurprisingly enough, I do not get facials very often.  I adore them and feel so pampered when I do, but I either don’t have time or don’t make time to get them!  I go a few times a year to different places.  In LA I see Olga Lorencin (Jessica Biel and Halle Berry’s facialist) who is very knowledgeable and really takes the time to evaluate your skin, and then I go to Heyday – which is also in NYC, and focuses on clean/all natural beauty products!  The decor in there is to die for – and you’ll for sure want to buy everything in their shop!   Blemishes/PimplesI get a handful of pimples a year and they are always from either eating too much dairy + sugar or touching my face when I travel.  I do eat dairy and sugar from time and time – I’m not completely a clean eater and hate being overly strict with myself (a girls gotta live!), but I really try to be 80% of the time since I want to look and feel my best.  Traveling is so tricky because the plane air is dehydrating, your skin has to adjust to new air and climates, and there are germs everywhere.  I got a huge pimple on my cheek on our second to last day in Italy from all of the above and was sooooo annoyed!  Luckily, my girlfriend who I was traveling with taught me the best tricks. First, wait to pop it until it’s really ready and only do so with clean hands.  Then, dab eye drops on the spot since it reduces redness.  Finally, cover it up with concealer, then foundation, then a dab of powder to seal it.  This works wonders on hiding it and within 2 days it was gone completely.  If you do suffer from frequent acne or breakouts, I highly recommend not only evaluating your diet, but looking into PCOS and a hormone imbalance.   Cosmetic ProceduresI’ve never had a cosmetic procedure/botox/plastic surgery on my face but I am totally open to it if I feel the need someday.  I would absolutely get botox in my forehead since I have a ton of expression in my forehead when I talk!  I’ll share the experience if and when I do because I think it’s all quite fascinating.  My girlfriend who is 35 and has gorgeous skin, uses the Nuface device religiously. It’s an at home system/device that is clinically proven to reduce wrinkles, tighten and tone – so a great option if you don’t want to go the cosmetic route. MakeupI have always used Giorgio Armani foundation in shade 6.5, and recently added the Cle de Beaute concealer into my routine which helps tremendously with dark circles.  I set my face with the Laura Mercier translucent powder (also adore this Chanel one) and use the Charlotte Tilbury highlighter on my cheekbones. Recently, I tried the Hourglass Ambient Lighting blush which is soooooo pretty on.  It blends beautifully and really makes your skin pop!!! I hope you learned a few things from this post :)  I will add and update things as I try them too!  This weeks Wellness Wednesday giveaway is 10 of my favorite skincare products worth over $1000.  To enter this giveaway; follow me on Instagram and like/comment on 3 of my photos, follow me on Youtube, subscribe to my newsletter, and leave me a comment below telling me your holy grail skincare product!  Winner will be emailed directly this Friday at 6PM PST! !function(d,s,id){ var e, p = /^http:/.test(d.location) ? 'http' : 'https'; if(!d.getElementById(id)) { e = d.createElement(s); e.id = id; e.src = p + '://widgets.rewardstyle.com/js/shopthepost.js'; d.body.appendChild(e); } if(typeof window.__stp === 'object') if(d.readyState === 'complete') { window.__stp.init(); } }(document, 'script', 'shopthepost-script');
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