Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Jennifer's Beauty Essentials for a Fresh Face

Jennifer's Essentials for a Fresh Face



Products from left to right 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6
A fresh face starts with good skincare, so my first essentials help solve skin problems.
1. Clinique 3 Step Skin Care I have problem skin, so I use the Clinique Acne System. Clinique has products for all types of skin and is very customizable. If you have a pesky skin issue like dry skin or dark circles you can go to the nearest Clinique counter or their online website and find a solution for you.
2. Clarisonic Mia Yes, it’s expensive, and yes, it really works. I, too, was skeptical because of the price, but it’s very worth it if you have problem skin.
3. Jergens Natural Glow Facial Lotion If you must be tan ,this is the stuff for you. It has spf and is a lot easier to use than the non-gradual lotions. If you’ve embraced your natural skin tone or are naturally darker it’s still very important that you use sunscreen to prevent wrinkles. Aveeno makes some nice lightweight ones and Clean & Clear makes the best affordable ones.
After you’ve taken of your skin it’s time for foundation for glowing skin.
4. Pur Minerals Starter Kit I LOVE this foundation. Not only is it super low maintenance, because it goes on quickly it actually covers up uneven patches and blemishes even though it‘s a powder. I recommend the starter kit because it comes with a bronzer and blush that give you a nice glow. However, go light on them. All you need is subtle hint for a natural looking glow.

Now it’s time to give the eyes and lips a little definition.
5. Clinique High Lengths Mascara Hate when your lashes clump together? This brush takes care of that and adds length.
6. Clinique Chubby Stick To get a polished look almost everyone needs some type of lip color. I like the chubby stick because it feels soft on the lips like a balm but has nice color like a lipstick.

4 comments:

  1. Is Clinique actually worth the money? I've always wanted to buy this but I think a flanel and Nivea always did the trick too... :S

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  2. Clinique is worth the money if you actually have skin problems, but if your skin is relatively clear and no issues, I would just go with a drug store brand. Clinique hasn't totally cleared my skin, but it has taken care of the flaking skin and gotten the break outs under control. The key to buying from Clinique since it's a little expensive is buying during the bonus days so you get samples as well.

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  3. I feel strongly about it and love learning more on this topic. If possible, as you gain expertise, would you mind updating your blog with more information? It is extremely helpful for me.
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  4. Larderma, we definitely will post more on the topic as we learn more.

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