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Glowing Skin in Your 20s, 30s and 40s

Monday, September 20th, 2010


    Women in their 20s have dramatically different skin than women in their 40s. Needs and issues vary by generation, which is why it is so important to have a skincare routine that promotes the healthiest results.


      Lotion ++

      Monday, August 16th, 2010


      We can talk at length about the latest beauty trends, colours and techniques but one part of our daily routine that isn’t a fad and that looks good on everyone is a moisturizing lotion with sunscreen!

      Not only do they protect against damaging UV rays, but they also moisturize delicate facial skin. It is an easy way to ensure that you are always covered.

      Below are a few of the best multitaskers on the market. (more…)

      Get Your Summer Glow On

      Thursday, June 25th, 2009

      natures-minerals-bronzing-lifestyle-shotThe easiest way to create an all over, natural looking glow without baking yourself in the sun is a little product called bronzer. We asked Janet Curmi, Elizabeth Arden’s Vice President of National Education and Development, to teach us the proper way to apply it.

      To achieve a naturally bronze glow, apply bronzer to the areas of the face that the sun hits first – nose, apples of cheeks, forehead and chin. To enhance the sun kissed effect try adding a pop of bright pink blush to just the apples of your cheeks. This will give the illusion that you’ve just been lounging on the beaches of St. Tropez.

      Here is a selection of the latest and greatest bronzers that you can try: (more…)

      The Best Mineral Makeup For You

      Tuesday, June 16th, 2009

      So many choices it makes our heads spin! How do you figure out what’s best for you? Here’s the breakdown of the latest mineral makeup foundations to be found on store shelves.

      lancome-ageless-mineralLancôme Ageless Mineral
      Includes a white sapphire complex to make skin look brighter and feel softer. It’s formulated with aloe, vitamin E, mica, alumina and bismuth oxychloride. Twelve shades all offer SPF 21 and are free of talc, oil and fragrance.

      The positive – it comes in shade options. The negative – it can be irritating to sensitive skin.

      Available at in Canada and Macy’s in the U.S. (more…)

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