Nippers, buffer blocks, buffer files, top coats, base coats, lacquers, polishes, gel colors. Nail care can be confusing at times.
Recently, I had the chance to ask an expert my most pressing questions about nailing it in life.
Read on for tips and tricks from Sherry Vincent, Spa Manager at Atera and one of the best in the business for more than 20 years.
Earlier this week, an email from a work colleague (Subject: Good Different) took me by surprise. She had written to compliment me on my makeup that day.
Unlike most days, I hadn’t had much time to be meticulous with my beauty look that morning. With the help of my newly discovered beauty faves, I was out the shower and through the door in 15 minutes.
It was a good reminder that sometimes, less is more. It was also a good nudge to share my updated list of best beauty buys here on the blog.
It was the day before Christmas Eve and I’d just wrapped up a lunchtime meeting in Barbados.
I’d hardly moved out of my parking space, when I picked up my phone and placed a call I’d been wanting to make for a very long time.
I recently read that a woman is likely to spend $15,000 on beauty products in her lifetime.
Hard to believe? Not really!
For instance, since sharing my six beauty faves last year, I’ve (re)discovered seven new ones and will likely have a brand new list of top picks this time next year.
So what’s new in my beauty routine? Seven life-changing (yes, really!) products.
I’m a statistic–part of the 80% of all 11 to 30 year olds affected by acne.
So I decided to reach out to an expert with questions about skin care I’ve been dying to ask since my teenage years.
I got in touch with Dr. Lesley Reece. She has six years of experience in aesthetic medicine, is on top of her game, and is young and fabulous!
I hope you’ll find our conversation on as useful as I did–from what not to eat to the right products to use to how to get rid of pesky acne scars.
I come from a family of women who have fought bravely against breast cancer. That’s why it is a cause that is very dear to my heart.
In fact, making a mega endowment to combat the horrible disease is on my things-to-do-when-I-achieve-extraordinary-success list.
Until then, what’s a girl to do?
I’ve just returned to Washington, D.C. after a quick trip to Barbados.
Needless to say, I always have a great time at home–especially when there’s fashion and beauty involved.
Enter Mozaic, a neat store on the island’s West Coast, hereby nicknamed “OPI Heaven.”
It features ceiling-to-floor OPI products–from nail color to GelColor to the delightfully delicious Avojuice Skin Quenchers Lotions.
What did I love about Mozaic?