September 2016

Milan Fashion Week Beauty Trends You Can Actually Wear

Milan Fashion Week has officially come to an end but before we shift our undivided attention to Paris, we should take a moment to stop and appreciate all the beauty trends we saw on runway this past week. From graphic liner to half top knots, there was plenty of inspiration to spark some beauty creativity. We narrowed down the best looks from the runway that you can copy for everyday wear.

1. All eyes are on pops of color: From Cividini to Max Mara, color splashed on the runway in some unexpected & refreshing ways. Whether on the eyelid or above the cheeks, bright colorful hues brought an edge and youthfulness to the runway. While bright blue eyeshadow may not be appropriate for the workplace, you can simplify this trend by subtly adding color along or below your waterline. You can also add a splash of color by dusting a tiny bit of shadow on the inner corners of your eye. Once the weekend arrives, go to town and be playful with color! A tip? Less is more when it comes to the rest of your makeup. This will allow your eyes to dominate.

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Photo: Pop Sugar

The New Anti-Aging Serum You're Going To Want This Fall

Listen up, Murad fans! If you’ve been using Dr. Murad’s popular Resurgence range of skincare, then you’re going to want the next best thing in his expanding line. For years now, the Resurgence line of products has been the go-to for skincare clients concerned with hormonal aging. This rich and moisturizing range has been the answer to dry, uneven skin that often comes with menopause and makes the skin look dull, tired and aged.

If you’re ready to take your skincare routine to the next level, then you’re going to want Murad’s new Retinol Youth Renewal Serum. For years, retinol has been considered one of the most popular skincare ingredients to treat and target sagging skin, fine lines, wrinkles and uneven skin tone. Skincare aficionados everywhere know retinol is a key ingredient for producing noticeable anti-aging results.