If there is something you learn quickly living in SF, it's to always wear layers. Seasons go rogue and you never know if it's going to be cold in June (yes) and hot in January (it happens). But today, we're going to show you a different kind of layering...laying on your lips & cheeks!
Happy Friday to all and happy spring cleaning to me (can you hear my sarcastic tone vibrating through your screen?). Seriously though, spring cleaning is a good & healthy tradition that allows us to freshen up our lives and get a head start on the season ahead. Interestingly enough, the most important place that always gets left in the dust is our beloved makeup case. Here are a few tips and products that will add a breath of fresh air to your makeup bag and beauty routine.
For summer, tints are the perfect solution to dull skin. I pop one of the three shades on my lips and cheeks, add a little hoola and I am set for the day! If you can't choose what shade you LOVE, are are all three on my hand! from left to right: benetint, posietint, chachatint. What tint are you wanting to try?!
The panoramic views of the city and the bay from the bridge were amazing...but between the wind on my face and working up a sweat, I hopped off that bike looking less-than-scenic myself. Clearly, my first mistake was wearing my regular makeup during a blustery bike ride. But what makeup will stand the test of the elements, whether it's a gym workout or a summer bike ride?
After a long work week, I can hardly wait to run out of the door to start my weekend. And where will be my first stop Friday evening…HAPPY HOUR! Now I can’t show up looking worn down, no ma’am. So for a quick little pick-me-up [...]
A few weeks ago, I had the greatest night of my life. Now, before you jump to conclusions it involves a sing-a-long and the 80’s classic film Teen Witch. The sing-a-long screening of Teen Witch was slated for 11:00pm and all I could think about was: 1. are my pink lips bright enough? and 2: will my hubbie and his bandwagon of dude-friends be angry with me for dragging them along?
I have fair skin, auburn/reddish hair, so pink is definitely not in my color palette (only a certain red-head can pull off such a feat). One morning, I decided to shun traditional color wisdom and give 'ole posietint a go. Since it's a stain that lasts all day & I have an unintentional heavy hand when applying tints, I tried a trick of the trade I heard from my gal Jordan