Any recommendations for clean beauty cleansers and toners?
Hey guys, I want to buy some skincare products for my mom for Christmas and need some advice. She has combination/slightly dry skin and main issues are hyperpigmentation/uneven tone, texture, and anti-aging. Her skin is also a bit more sensitive than mine. I’m looking for a cleanser that can be used morning and night, a daily moisturizer, and treatments to help her skin like toners, sleeping creams, etc. As far as brands, I’ve been considering Innisfree (have some of their products and love them!), The Ordinary, First Aid Beauty, Cosrx, Philosophy, and Murad. Sephora has several Christmas kits of these that have a few different products and are a good value. Which one(s) should I get? Or should I get a few different products separately? #antiaging #hyperpigmentation #uneventexture
Post skin care glowy quick face!✨ took my light makeup off once I got back to my dorm after a long day of classes and needed a little relaxing session before I went to study with a group of friends. Did the YesTo Unicorn Peel off mask, Kylie skin vanilla milk toner, cbd brightening serum, Murad acne clearing solution, and Mac Radiance primer. I followed with the actual makeup: abh foundation stick to contour blended out with beauty blender before makeup,Elf foundation applied w beauty blender and builded to desired coverage, dermablend to bake/set all over and flicked off, L’Oréal powder all over w Jaclyn hill powder brush, elf kabuki brush, then layered in contour areas w jh contour brush. Light blush with Nars dusted rose I think is the name, highlight in tartlette pallet w small brush on cheek bones, forehead, chin, upper lip, and lightly on jaw and above eyes. Lastly, naked illumination (the sparkles one) on highlight spots and finished with too faced hangover setting spray and too faced liquid melted lipstick.