Equalizing Foam Peel - essential oils and AHAs to remove dead skin cells.
Ultra Hydrating Fluid- hydrating moisturizer.
Nocturnal Lifting Mask - this one is tricky. This “mask” is actually an overnight moisturizer that firms, reduces lines and plumps with” 95 % active ingredients”. Rinse off in the AM.
All of the products pack a major punch in the way of beautiful skin, but our favorites were the Equalizing Foam and the Nocturnal Mask. Baby soft skin, no joke. Our skin has never looked brighter or more smooth. It’s like a facial in a little kit!
The set is perfect for on the go, and the products smell divine. The rose scent of the hydrating moisturizer may be addicting. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
$25.00 at beauty360.
The product details mention it’s suitable for face and body, though we only tried it on our limbs, chest and neck. However, with how quickly the spray is absorbed, and the lack of any greasy residue on our arms, we could see it working for the face. It’s 100% fragrance-free and has no dyes or colorings, so it’s perfect for the most sensitive of skin types (like ours.) The SPF 30 is dermatologist recommended for daily use, and should be applied every few hours (especially after excessive perspiration) for optimum protection. Thankfully, the bottle is slim and can be easily carried around in your daily satchel or tote for multiple applications. If you are anything like us, Paula’s Choice Weightless spray will immediately become your go-to, can’t-live-without sunscreen, so stock up!
Tonight was no exception. Some of young Hollywood’s finest were out in full force, and here are some of our favorite looks:
Ashley Greene kept it fresh with natural eyes, full lashes, and rosy cheeks and lips. Her loose waves complimented the natural look.
Selena Gomez tried an edgier, grown-up look than we’re used to, and it totally worked! We love her errant curls and smoky shadow.
Do you agree with our picks? Who was your fave?
The young actress told EW.com: “The stylist [Rodney Cutler of NYC’s Cutler Salon] just grabbed the back of my hair and took a whole ponytail of hair out.” She then posted a note to fans on her twitter wall regarding the love-it-or-hate-it debate, saying: “Feels incredible. I love it. I’ve wanted to do this for years and years; it’s the most liberating thing ever.”
She’s not the only celeb going short lately. What do you think of the new look?