Wear each shade alone or mix them for a DIY layered effect. If you're in the market for a setting spray, try Milani's 16-hour spray. You can use it before makeup to hydrate and prime your skin or after application in order to lengthen its staying power.
Take it from one CVS customer in particular, who gave it a glowing review. "I live in sunny and hot South Florida and I need my make up to last throughout these humid days," she wrote. "This surprised the heck out of me, it honestly did. I even find myself liking the finish of my make-up more when I DON'T use a primer and just use this setting spray, I mean it is really is great!" While you're at CVS, pick up a Byrdie-favorite nail polish like Essie's Gel Couture line. It gives the shine, staying power, and effect of a gel manicure without any UV lights needed. All you have to do is paint your nails with your preferred color and then go over the top of it with the brand's special Top Coat ($12), which seals everything in with shine. Joah is a K-beauty brand beloved by Byrdie's managing editor, Lindsey. It makes everything from blush to concealer to highlighter palettes, but we have a special interest in cushion compacts. They are, after all, one of the most popular K-beauty inventions.
This one comes with a sponge applicator and offers medium-to-full coverage with a matte finish. Here's another K-beauty innovation: acne spot patches. These use hydrocolloid to absorb the icky stuff from inside a breakout. They stick to the skin for up to eight hours, speeding up the healing process the whole time. We're crushing on this liquid lip tint from Peripera. After it dries down, it retains the lips natural moisture, unlike other liquid lipsticks on the market. Plus, we love the range of shades that run the gamut from brick brown to bright petal pink; there are seven in total. If it's natural beauty you're after, CVS has that too. It carries many of Burt's Bees most popular products, like the nourishing mascara, which is formulated without parabens, phthalates, SLS, petrolatum, or synthetic fragrances. As for the last, and perhaps most unexpected category of beauty found at CVS, let's focus on fragrance. The retailer stocks a wide range of fragrances from all different kinds of brands and price points. We like Marc Jacobs Daisy Perfume, which is something of a classic among beauty editors and influencers. If you've never smelled it before, it's light and floral, with notes of jasmine, sandalwood, berries, and white violets. This story was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated. I'm just a gluten-free girl trying to survive in a world full of wheat. CVS #CVSHealthySolutions Part 2: Coconut Oil & Chia Seeds. THIS IS PART TWO OF A SPONSORED WEEK WITH CVS FOR #CVSHEALTHYSOLUTIONS. It’s the tail end of summer – even though it’s still blazing hot in Arizona (114 – please go away). And while I’ve never believed in the idea of a bikini body (if you have a bikini, and a body, you have a bikini body, it’s that simple), summer is still an important season to focus on our bodies and our health. I may not be focusing on how good my new Pure Bare booty looks, but I’m sure as heck focusing on all the great things I’m doing to get my body back in shape after injuries. CVS is also focusing on health, with their #CVSHealthySolutions campaign. I’m honored to be a part of it and sharing a whole bunch of cool CVS products in the next few months. Today I’m featuring two more edible products from CVS as part of the #CVSHealthySolutions campaign! Their raw black chia seeds are certified gluten free and come in a 15 oz.
In this feature, I used these chia seeds to make chia gel – one tablespoon chia seeds and three tablespoons warm water – to use as an egg replacement.
You can also sprinkle these into your morning oatmeals or into smoothies. These protein powerhouses are also packed full of Omega-3’s.