When you're traveling, are you sometimes loathe to apply makeup -- even though it perks up your appearance -- because you don't know how your skin will react? Perhaps you even know a little about the history of modern cosmetics: invented for use on early film, it was greasy and heavy. Early screen stars were known to have nasty skin as a result. It was a huge leap of progress when, in 1994, Jane Iredale was the first to bring a mineral cosmetic line with skincare benefits to the market. I was very glad to be hosted to experience it!
Jane Iredale has been known for years as being a cult-favorite among the very, very posh. I've seen the line for sale by doctors where people go "to get work done," as well as at some very exclusive resorts. You can be sure that the colors will be considered super-chic to wear with the latest designer creations.
In Touch® Highlighter is a cream-to-powder highlighter that illuminates the cheeks, eyes, (I use it on lips, too) and brow bone. So convenient and easy for traveling! You don't even have to think about the color palette, as they're skin-friendly and work on many areas of the face. It's a little tube: creamy, sheer and shimmery. It just dots on and blends with a quick swipe!
Lip Fixation® is a tube that's 2 in one: stain on one side, glimmery gloss on the other. So, you can give yourself a professional, subtle look with the stain during the day, pump your look up at night with the gloss. Craze is a coral-pink sheer stain with a golden pearl gloss. The duo has a vanilla flavor on your lips.
I say while traveling -- if you have space constraints -- take either a skin-toned eye shadow or a deep, dark one. PurePressed® Eye Shadow in Blue Hour is a rich, dark blue-black that can work as shadow or liner, with the right brushes. It has micro silver glitter, to catch the light.
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