Wednesday, November 7, 2012

3 Most Coveted Beauty Products Sent By Publicists

We all know I’m spoiled… I get tons of products sent to me by publicists for consideration.  I test them all — hating some, liking others, and coveting a select few. When I say “covet” we’re talking about products that will permanently become part of my personal regimen and be re-bought again and again. People always ask me, “What are your favorite products?” Here’s a good place to start:

1. Kate Somerville ‘Dermal Quench Liquid Lift’ Advanced Wrinkle Treatment  ($95): I’m a huge fan of in-spa oxygen facials and this treatment seems to mimic the instant smoothing effects of an oxygen facial and still manages to reduce redness and fine lines over-time.  I had two consistent dry patches on my cheeks that were softer after Day 1.  It’s also perfect for pre-event regimens since it has temporary wrinkle-relaxing PFC- carriers to relax facial muscles.  Read my original review here.

2. MAKE UP FOR EVER Black Tango Palette ($45):  This palette quickly became my “go to” for any eyeliner or dark shadow needs, whether creating a fine line hugging the lash line, a winged cat eye, or a naughty smoky eye (which by the way takes 2 minutes with a couple of swipes of the included brush and a little finger blending).  The best part? If you let it sit for a minute after application (meaning keep your eyes closed) it’s waterproof and smudge-proof until you remove it.  Read my original review here.

3. Nest Fragrances Body Wash in Moss & Mint ($30):  This body wash is a game changer.  It makes showering my own personal spa experience by enveloping me in the most delicious scent you can imagine.  The scent reminds me of walking through the woods of Big Sur when the morning mist is still tickling the treetops.  I know that’s a little dramatic but seriously that’s the visual I get when I pop the top of this body wash. Added bonus? I constantly get asked, “What are you wearing?” and told, “You smell really good” every time I use it, especially when I follow with the Body Cream ($35).  Read my original review here.

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