As a general rule, I do not wear red lipstick.
I would never have picked this color out myself, and this is why I am always preaching for women to go visit their local make up counters! I was at the Armani counter in Neiman Marcus at the Domain in Austin, and my fab friend and neighbor Lindy was helping me out.
She put this red lipstick on me, and right away we could tell it was perfect!
The reason this red works so well is that it is a sheer formula. I know a lot of younger ladies want super vibrant matte shades, but for me and others not 21 anymore, a sheer lipstick is a beautiful thing. I wore this on New Year’s with a little frosty off-white gloss, and it came out very festive.
This red Armani lipstick goes really well with my pink clothing, or anything brick colored (my favorite shade for these cold months). This is the sort of lip product that you can bring anywhere, wear anytime- and it was the ONLY lipstick I packed with me on my last trip! It’s that versatile and wearable.
I love the sheerness, and the lightness. It was a surprising find.
So! My two words of advice-
Get yourself to a make up counter and try, try try!
And invest in the good stuff. Even totally lipstick adverse women should check out how a sheer pop of color like this can transform your whole face.
Have a great week!
Moroccan Argan Oil… Coconut Oil… Macadamia Nut Oil… Everywhere you look, there’s another new oil to put on your skin or hair, and another article about why this oil is the best.
Well, sucker that I usually am for marketing, I have not been totally taken by the oil trend.
However, I LOVE the smell of my new Moroccan Oil Hairspray.
This is a new staple in my routine.
-It’s not drying, which is so important for my aging hair.
-It has a medium hold, which is good for me. Despite the fact that I was born in New Jersey, I don’t like the aqua net shellac look!
-It smells amazing, like I said, and the bottle is pretty.
-There is a travel size available, which is great for plane trips.
-It holds my hair’s body when I take the time to curl the ends with a flat iron
Do you use hairspray? What hairspray have you heard good things about? Let me know!
Storing jewelry is a tricky thing. I used to keep everything in a wooden jewelry box, and hello tangle city! I also couldn’t see everything I have. As someone who travels a lot, it is incredibly helpful to be able to see my collection.
I found this awesome hanging jewelry storage at the Container Store a couple of months ago. I hang it over the back of my door, and I can see all of my current favorite necklaces.
Great, right? I recommend it to anyone. I keep my rings in little dishes on my dresser, and my watches in a jewelry box.
How do you ladies store your necklaces? I’d love to know!