Tuesday, September 1, 2015

It's All About The Transitional Pieces!!!

Shop these transitional pieces to take you from summer to fall! We're here to help you get ready for the changeover. Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
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Read on to see the beauty products we covet the most below...
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Thursday, August 27, 2015

The Beauty Products We Covet the Most....

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Its been a while since I posted... summer has been chock full of clients, tv wardrobes, moving studios, sun & fun.  With summer still under way and the LA heat blazing on till the end of October, I wanted to share my favorite skin products.  Feel free to share with me the items you love and can not live without!

Eminence Bright Skin Licorice Booster Serum
With my fair skin and freckles, this product was no-brainer to try and I am addicted to the results!  I start with a clean skin then apply a thin coat of serum to my face, neck and décolleté.  I follow with my SPF moisturizer.  This organic formula brightens uneven skin, battling hyper pigmentation caused by the sun.  
NuFace Trinity Facial Trainer 
I am just back from Face Haus where I had a Baby Face facial with a Micro Current treatment using this NuFace Facial Trainer.  The metal balls roll over you skin sending tingly pain-free micro currents into the dermis claiming to be an alternative to Botox!  Why not???
Perricone MD Photo Plasma Cream w/ SPF 30
Most day moisturizers with SPF irritate my skin but not this one!  The Perricone Photo Plasma has a pink whipped texture, easy to spread over the skin surface and moisturizes as well as protects from the sun.  A win-win!
Laura Mercier Eye Basics in Buff
LOVE!!!!! The colors have a very subtle hint of shimmer and create an even surface to add additional eye makeup.  I prefer to keep it simple using the Buff colored Eye Basic with liner and mascara.  The perfect day look. 

Mio Skintight Tightening Body Serum
A new addition to my skin repertoire.  I rub it on my knees, elbows and décolleté.  Tightening skin, removing dead skin cells and fighting sun damage.
Laura Mercier Creme Brûlée Souffle Body Creme
This body creme has an amazing texture and smells divine!!!!  
Egyptian Magic Skin Cream
Love this cult favorite cream as it does it all containing just 6 ingredients.  Great for skin, eyes, nails, burns, hair and eczema.  A little bit goes a long way.  Too much and you just feel greasy...


So take stock of your skin care and see if any of these could be valuable additions or replacements to your regime.  Its never too late to start taking care of your skin and body.

Happy Friday!
Mx

Monday, August 10, 2015

Must Have Sunglasses For Guys and Gals!!!!!!



Method 1: Brass or Silver Polish
  1. Dab a bit of brass or silver polish on the lenses with a cotton ball and gently rub it around.
  2. If there is any excess polish, remove it with a clean, lint-free cloth.
  3. Repeat the process until the scratch has disappeared.
Method 2: Toothpaste

Important: You'll want to make sure your toothpaste is non-abrasive, non-minty, non-gel, and non-whitening. Your teeth appreciate all those good things, but your lenses sure won't! Best to stick with a regular paste instead.
  1. With a cotton ball, rub the paste into the scratch in a circular motion. Give your lenses a nice massage for about 10 seconds.
  2. Rinse the toothpaste off with cool water.
  3. If there is any excess, get out a lint-free cloth and wipe it off.
  4. Repeat if necessary, until the scratch is no more.
Method 3: Baking Soda
  1. Mix one (1) part water and two (2) parts baking soda in a small bowl until you have a thick paste.
  2. Rub the baking soda paste into the scratch for 10 seconds, using a cotton ball and a circular motion.
  3. Rinse the paste off with cool water.
  4. You'll probably have some excess, so wipe it off with a lint-free cloth.
  5. Repeat if necessary.
Method 4: Vehicle Wax
  1. Apply the way you'd apply wax to your ride: with a soft cloth and circular motions.
  2. Wipe away any excess with another cloth. You may need to use multiple cloths, as wax adheres to fabric easily.
  3. Repeat as necessary.
Method 5: Furniture Spray

Like car polish, the wax in furniture spray fills in the scratches. The only problem with this method is that the fix may only last a few days at a time.
  1. Spray your lenses lightly. Don't go crazy, now.
  2. Break out that lint-free cloth and rub the furniture spray around in a circular motion until the scratch and spray disappear.
  3. Repeat as necessary, possibly every few days."

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Monday, July 27, 2015

Monday, July 13, 2015

Urban Bohemian: Sweeping Lengths

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Try one of this summer's hottest trends by keeping cool on from city to sand.

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Thursday, June 18, 2015

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