Now, I haven’t tried all of the brands under the umbrella but I can assure you that Fountain Beauty is worth every penny and right now you can save on a bundle of three beauty related molecules for $40.
Today was the first day I added my Beauty Molecule to distilled water and it didn’t taste bad, it was very drinkable and healthy for my skin.
I also brought some Organic Apple Cider Vinegar to work with me to add it to my water throughout the day, as it’s supposed to help curb your appetite and it works!
Happy Turkey Day!
I love my New Lip Enhancer, you can wear it alone for a hint of color or you can layer it underneath your favorite crimson.
I layered mine today and my results are picture perfect. My lips are enhanced, smooth and pouty.
I don’t usually promote specials etc, but this is one of my favorite makeup brands and it’s worth sharing.
Happy Early Holidays!
I recently started taking 1 Tsp of The Beauty Molecule by Fountain Beauty. I mix it into my morning smoothie which consists of: 1/2 banana, 3 large organic frozen strawberries, a handful or organic mixed berries and a cup of organic orange juice. I also mix in 2 Tsp of Collagen, and some filtered water. It doesn’t taste fattening, but the benefits in a few weeks are going to be worth it.
I’ve been drinking this concoction every morning since the beauty molecule arrived.
It’s only been a few days, but I’m in it for the long-haul.
So, what’s your beauty beverage of choice?
P.s I did lose weight drinking the Apple Cider Vinegar we talked about several posts back…it curbs your appetite and I need to go back to drinking it every morning.
Ladies never under estimate the power of healthy skin. Caroline Issa, Sofia Sanchez Barrenechea and Julia Restoin Roitfeld are living examples I try my best to emulate.
Why? Because as we get older we would rather be out and about exploring the world and end up shifting our priorities. Demanding careers, motherhood and the pressures of family and relationships come into play. Not to mention self-confidence, it’s just another perk.
These thoughts came to mind today because although I’ve seen pictures of Sofia and Julia all dolled out, I rarely see photos of Caroline Issa in well applied full-blown makeup, come to think of it not many exist or get published in my online media searches.
Carolina shows us that it’s okay to walk out of our door bare-faced, or with a light BB cream and touch of crimson and not much else.
Remember that makeup is supposed to enhance our features, not cover our skin like a mask.
Personally since I had been dealing with eye issues, I’ve become accustomed to skipping mascara, I’m okay now if I’m running late and I just skip it entirely every so often.
What about you?
For the article that inspired this post @thecoveteur.com
P.s She’s one of us!
What can I say, I love this shade of Red Red by Butter London. It’s a pink red and the pigment has long-lasting color.
So many times I buy a new shade of crimson only to be disappointed in the texture and lasting power.
So if you’re looking for a lipstick that has long-lasting color, good texture and hydration you want to look at Butter London’s Moisture Matte Lipstick collection.
A few key benefits:
- Full coverage in a velvety matte finish.
- Specialized pigments extend colour wear.
- Long-lasting, non-drying formula does not feather or bleed.
- Revolutionary gel-capsule technology delivers colour and moisture for smooth, silky application and maximum comfort.
- Triple Butter Complex for rich, creamy, lasting moisture – Mango Seed Butter, Murumuru Seed Butter, and Cupuacu Seed Butter.
- Vitamin E and minerals smooth the lip surface for a flawless application.
- Subtly scented with creamy vanilla.
There are 12 shades in all, one for you and every makeup junkie on your holiday list.
I’ve always been an admirer of Paloma and remember having owned her signature red lipstick, known as Mon Rouge. I decided to Google her and found this quote:
“Red lips have become my signature, so when I don’t want to be recognized, I don’t wear it.” – Paloma Picasso
I actually find myself doing the same thing, only I also wear my Giants baseball hat.
How do you hide?
Flipping through the latest magazines I came across this mini article in Lucky Magazine. Naturally it caught my attention and I have to say that I spent years trying out other shades before I realized that red just suited me best.
I learned my lesson hundreds of dollars later and stick to crimson, what about you?