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December 02, 2015


November has been filled with holiday beauty releases and a bit more free time than usual to play around with them all. Thank you, Thanksgiving. Though I wasn't quite ready for the holiday week to be over, I am excited to share with you some of my favorite products from the month of November. Think of it as your capsule shopping list should you feel so inclined

La Prairie Skin Caviar Concealer & Foundation - This is the most luxe skincare/makeup hybrid I own. Like all things La Prairie, it contains Caviar Extract, which is supremely moisturizing, energizing, and nourishing. All this from a makeup product, you ask? This isn't just makeup - it's a three-in-one skin perfecter; creamy concealer, flawless foundation, and luxe skincare product. The coverage is perfect, looks natural, and you only need the tiniest bit for a natural-looking base. The concealer is also perfect for under eyes, as it's creamy and nourishing, but doesn't settle into fine lines. I've been using it all month long and have to say it's improved the texture of my skin during, and after, wear. It's nice to feel like your makeup is doing something good for your skin, and that's exactly what this product does. 

Tom Ford Brow Sculptor - When Tom Ford does something well, he does it really well. This is my favorite brow product lately, as the angled wax nib helps you to shape the brows perfectly and the shade (Espresso) is the perfect brown without being to ashy or red. The texture of the product also helps to hold brow hairs in place without looking still, as some gels can do. Finally.

Guerlain Meteorites Holiday 2015 - I've spoken about my love of Guerlain a lot recently, but the holiday take on the classic meteorites is just stunning. I can't get enough of these, as they add great radiance to the complexion and an ethereal touch to your makeup routine. That packaging doesn't hurt either. 

Chanel Les 4 Ombres in Tisse Vendome - The colors in this palette are perfect for everyday, and I love the addition of the pink shade. It's a wearable change from bronze neutrals and all the shades are so versatile, especially because they can be applied wet, for more intensity, or dry.

*pr samples included.


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