daily beauty









What beauty products do you use daily?  What do you swear by?  I use the same 4 products every single day, rain or shine.  Do share because we can all use a little more beauty in our lives.

1. Physicians Formula Super BB cream

I rarely stray from Aveda but this BB cream is so good.  It's such a great combination of sunscreen and beauty balm. I've worn it every single day while up here hiking for hours at a time and I've never gotten even the slightest bit red. It covers but still lets your natural glow come through, I have a thing against the look of caked on foundation and so should you.  A little goes a long way so this $9 tube lasts and lasts.  It has a skin deep rating of 2 which is nice.  I hope they never stop making it.

2.  Aveda Nourishment Lipstick

I adore this lipstick.  It smooths and plumps your lips at the same time.  I have wrinkles around my upper lip and this lipstick plumps just enough to soften them, plus super creamy.  I put a swipe on my lower lip and press together to create a light stain effect.

3.  Petal Essence Eye Definer

I have super sensitive skin around my eyes.  This eye pencil goes on so smooth and blends with no pull at all.  I love the shade of Cacao and find it works perfectly with brown, blue or green eyes. It's a fantastic brow definer too.

4.  Aveda Mosscara

Again, super sensitive around the eye area and this mascara does not irritate at all.  It thickens and lengthens like magic.



In other exciting news, my FIL's health has improved quite a bit and we are making plans to return home.  Last week was hard because he had another bout of shingles but he rallied like the tough SOB he is and things are looking up!

Have a beautiful weekend. x

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  1. I'm so glad he is rallying round and health is improving, thank you for sharing your products, my line up is very similar, right now i'm using Aveeno Positively Radiant tinted moisturizer with sp 30, Pysicians Formula Organic wear mascara, and Revlon Just bitten kissable lip and cheek stain, ( I really like this ),
    just plain and simple, thats me,
    I have super sensitive skin and when I find a product I always say the same thing, I hope they never stop making it!!!
    Safe journey home,

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    1. thanks laurie. i've heard of the revlon lip and cheek stain. i love a 2 in one product. good to know you recommend it.

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  2. Hey Janet,

    Great news about your FIL! I am happy for you both. My mother went through shingles a few years ago and it was horrible for her, but she finally recovered. I am still caregiving my mother and only get to come home for short periods of time, but I almost always check out your blog when I do. But....this weekend is the first weekend that my husband and I will spend our weekend in our own home in three months(keeping my fingers crossed!) because my sister is coming from upstate for a few days. Wish your FIL a complete recovery and I hope my mother still continues to improve. One day she seems to improve and then the next day it is back to square one. I still have hope that things will get back to normal.

    Still loving your blog.

    Sincerely,
    Debra from SENC

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    1. My mom got shingles and didn't act fast enough about it (put off going to the doctor); oh man was it awful. Dad and I had never seen anything like that. I was just glad she didn't wind up with that residual 'phantom' nerve damage that some people get, which can last for years. Conversely, my neighbor got shingles, went to the doctor immediately and her condition wound up being a tiny little blip on the radar; I forget what early meds she got for it, but I was just so glad she didn't have to suffer like my poor mother. It didn't just hit mom on the waist...it was the back, the boobs; I dread ever getting it myself. I guess there's some kind of vaccine you can choose; I probably should read up on it.

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    2. I got the shingles vaccine at age 60, as recommended by my doctor. From what I know about shingles, I wanted to do whatever possible to prevent it. My poor sister had her first outbreak in her 30s...an anomaly, since it does usually occur in older people.

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    3. Vicki, My mother was treated promptly and it was still bad. She still has that pain from residual nerve damage. Even if your mother was treated early, it still may have been real bad. My mother said she never had the chicken pox as a child - but she was exposed to someone with shingles a couple of weeks before she was diagnosed with it - weird.

      I plan to get the vaccine.

      Sin-
      Debra from SENC

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    4. Janet, thanx for allowing a little discussion and also thanx to commenters for insight and info.

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    5. thanks debra. it's so hard to be so far away from home. glad you 2 got away. it's far more stressful than i ever thought it'd be.

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    6. from what i've learned. getting to the doc early is key to getting over shingles quickly.

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  3. Cute hair :)
    BLOG M&M FASHION BITES : http://mmfashionbites.blogspot.gr/
    Maria V.

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  4. You look lovely!! That is precisely the look I'm trying for, understated and friendly!

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  5. Janet,

    Terrific news and lovely picture. I was wondering if you can give some guidance on the fuzzy facial hair we get once we hit 50 or so. What do people do...wax it....thread it........nothing? I need to go job hunting after not working for 15 years, and I find the young people look at me like....she has that fuzzy hair. I don't care really, for the most part - but I think it might be helpful to get it threaded before a big job interview with young 30 somethings. Thoughts?

    Thanks,

    Ann

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    1. it depends ann. if it's all over fuzzy and thick most people will wax. if it is just a few strays i say tweeze. facial waxing will not make the hair grow in thicker but it's not the most pleasant thing to have done. i don't do threading nor have i ever had it done to me so i cannot comment on that. i have clients that just need certain parts of their faces waxed so that may be the case for you. is it really visible to the naked eye or are you looking in a magnifying mirror? i tell my clients not to look in those mirrors but i do everyday! lol

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    2. it depends ann. if it's all over fuzzy and thick most people will wax. if it is just a few strays i say tweeze. facial waxing will not make the hair grow in thicker but it's not the most pleasant thing to have done. i don't do threading nor have i ever had it done to me so i cannot comment on that. i have clients that just need certain parts of their faces waxed so that may be the case for you. is it really visible to the naked eye or are you looking in a magnifying mirror? i tell my clients not to look in those mirrors but i do everyday! lol

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  6. Surface (brand) shine spray, pravana hairspray, pravana detail, and pravana flex gold gel (gives hair perfect texture when applied to towel-dried hair. Not gelly at all but with good, soft texture that resists humidity. I'm a big fan of making my own skin treatments. I use a basic neutrogena cleanser but do masks 1-2 times a week depending on how my abused skin is feeling. I exfoliate with a sugar and honey scrub once a week and also often do an egg white mask. Obviously you wouldn't do that. I love how it minimizes my Lake Erie sized pores and seriously tightens my skin. And I know I've shared it before, but few things beat a few coffee grounds in your moisturizer to waken up zombie undereyes. Which I have until ten minutes before I go to bed. And I make my own moisturizer with beeswax, cocoa butter, aloe, and grapefruit oil. I know my exfoliation probably sounds harsh but my skin ands up to it very well. I'm also a big believer in steaming.
    You look great! Im so glad you're headed home!!!

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    1. Stephen Andrew I think you should do a skincare/haircare product line but make sure you write the copy for it yourself, it would be brilliant!

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    2. Boooooo! I was all wide-eyed that you were using gold gel. Now I'm all deflated that it was a typo. :/

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    3. i agree with dani stephen!

      i love your dedication to beauty. x

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  7. i use a mutt list (too many to mention) of makeup products but for skin care it's Lancome. i'm in a mode of searching out the best eyebrow definer and will now attempt the liner you mentioned! thank you!

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  8. Janet- What color is your Aveda lipstick...love it!

    Susan

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  9. So happy your FIL is on the mend... and you'll be going home, wow that will be fantastic to cozy in to the cottage once more.
    Janet you are stunning, you have beautiful skin and all of that exercise you get, well you have amazing tone and resilience to your skin, I can see it.
    If I don't exercise my skin suffers with puffiness so that's key, at one time I went for facials but I'll do a lavender steam and a clarins exfoliate, that seems to do the trick. I am nuts for Clarins products, they work really well for me, I use the skincare for women in their 40's (sunscreen is so key as you pointed out). I use their make-up too, but I always go for the same Clinique mascara that I've used for 20 years, it rinses off easy.
    I don't go anywhere without lipstick and I'm going to check out your Aveda, thanks for the tip.
    I hope you have a great weekend too! XO

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    1. thank you so much dani, you are too sweet. i never leave the house without lipstick either!

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  10. You may have been out in the sticks for months, but you have developed a very sophisticated and polished NYC/Paris look! Your hair and face never looked better and you look very "rested" but without the face-lift. So happy for you and your family that Poppa is mending and you can return home. Isn't your magazine article coming out this month? In Country Living?

    FYI - I have opted out of several blogspots because they seem to be a showcase/catalog for very expensive clothing and accessories "must haves" which I simply cannot relate to. Reading yours is like coming home. Thank you for being you and sharing yourself with us. - Jan-Leanne

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    1. thank you jan-leanne, you are too sweet. it must be all the hiking. it hasn't gotten any easier either.
      CL said they would publish sometime next spring or summer.

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  11. I exfoliate with a fine cornmeal mixed with water right in the shower about once a week. Dove soap in the shower. The rest is simple too. Oil of Olay with sunscreen each AM, Revlon translucent powder, lipstick and mascara. My absolute go-to item is a brow groomer from Lancome in brunette that tames and colors those stray grey hairs in my brows. I do not go out in public without this! It's fantastic. I see now that Loreal has this same product for about half the price, so I plan to give it a try.

    Good news about your FIL. You must be homesick by now! You are as cute as a button.

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    1. Isabella, I am so glad you shared your tip on the brow groomer for the stray gray hairs. I have started getting them too in one eyebrow and they drive me crazy. I will give the Loreal product a try!
      Lynne

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    2. isabella i'm sooooooooo homesick it's crazy. thanks for the brow groomer tip. i just saw a commercial for a maybelline one. these would be so handy!

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  12. I don't bust a move without about a kilo of slap.

    Meanwhile how exciting that you will see your garden again!!! x

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    1. well i've wouldn't say that was a kilo. it looks absolutely perfect to me. you are gorgeous!

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    1. short for beauty balm. meaning it's more than just a moisturizer, usually containing a treatment and sometimes a sunscreen. so multi tasking.

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  14. So happy to hear your FIL is on the mend! Of course I love your simple makeup!! Do you put the BB cream on your eyelids also?? I have always thought that wearing eyeshadow protects eyelids from sun.

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  15. I used to do a whole lot more with my face and hair than I do now, which is something I've been thinking about for a long time...that I need to do better. There wasn't a day in my past when I stepped outside unless I was in full gear...foundation, curled lashes, lip liner, mascara, etc. Then, I think I just got lazy, coinciding when I no longer worked outside the home (i.e., getting dressed up every day, in heels, wearing 'nylons' [hosiery] and the like). I tend to just slap on moisturizer now but it's not enough; the dermatologist told me I need to be more careful with sunscreen (for the face). I inherited rosacea from my mom...that's what the doctor told me...and I really abused my face in too much sun over decades (beach life) but he has recently prescribed a topical antibiotic to try to calm down my face (skin). I am otherwise antibiotic'd to death so am feeling pretty cautious about that, but he says it's not systemic. Still, I'd rather use something else. Didn't you once talk about a good Aveda product for rosacea?

    Anyway, I can't contribute much of anything to your query!

    But I'm glad you're going home. You need to get home. The annoying little voice in my head says FIL may decline once you and Larry aren't there for routine to the day...and the pleasure of company; someone in the house. I hope not, for FIL's sake and your own. His isolated existence is a bit scary, considering his age...and now the coming of winter. And it's a ways-away from you, isn't it; not just like an hour's drive or something. I know it must be a big dilemma for all of you. I do look forward to your photos once you're back at the cottage...oh, let's hope so much that we get a decent autumn here in SoCal, Janet! You'll enjoy it so much. I am SO, SO sick of this heat and humidity. I positively yearn for a day that's not in the 90s. It has been one very crummy ENDLESS summer. I'm praying for those El Nino rains they keep talking about; maybe it will really happen!

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    1. Janet, I would only bring this up because we'd had a lot of discussions here in previous times about going gray...but the photo looks like you're tinting or coloring your hair again. Did you cave? (smiles) I'm hating my now-all-over gray hair every day of my life and threatening to go with some wild color soon.

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    2. i'm pretty lazy about makeup too but using just a few ea day has just become a habit with me.
      no there isn't a specific product for rosacea - just be v v gentle.
      and nope, not a drop of hair dye. i never plan to color my hair again but if i ever do i will tell you!

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    3. Right, Vicki? I asked her the same thing before. I am 51 and am pretty much all gray *under the ash blonde hair color). But, I am amazed that Janet looks like she colors b/c she must have VERY little gray. Lucky Girl!

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    4. you know when i first started getting gray it seemed like it was coming in like crazy but really it has leveled out. i am v lucky that it comes in strands, mostly at my temples. i'm just so glad to not have to color ever!

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    5. Vicki, I think you might like the La Roche-Posay Rosaliac CC creme with SPF 30...its made specifically for rosacea. I have rosacea and only use gentle products on my face. Sunscreen is a key player in keeping rosacea under control.

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    6. I'm revisiting this post and just wanted to say thank you to hostess for the tip about sunscreen and rosacea; I'm woefully ignorant about the condition. I don't like how my nose is looking with it at all.

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  16. YAY b/c that SOB powered through and is improved enough for the two of you to head home. SUCH good news! I know he must be sooooo grateful for your attention all this time. Proud of you for doing it! AND, you get to go home....awwwww....this makes me a little teary for you. Happy you get to walk in that door. How fun and, well, aaahhhhhh....

    You look so fresh. I love that; I wish I could figure out how to get that glow. I can't really do a tint or a foundation b/c it settles in all the cracks! GAH! So, Aveeno Radiant Something Or Other moisturizer with a high SPF SLATHERED (precancerous facial lesion last year), ELF thick twist up eye (liner) stick in gray just at the outer corners and the (new hot pink tube) CoverGirl mascara in Soft Black. BORING!

    I am interested in your answer to the ? above about the downy facial hair of middle age. What do you suggest for that? Do you have any experience with the Vitalize peel? (I want one - or three - but have only read and seen pics - no personal experience.)

    Always so happy to see a new blog post!
    Lor

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    1. lor maybe your foundation is just too thick. can you try a tinted moisturizer? it wouldn't settle into lines like a foundation would. i have no experience with the vitalize peel. facial hair can be waxed but like i said above it isn't that pleasant.

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  17. Love that not onlY you live a simple soft budget life, your beauty list is at a minimum as well.
    I wear a BB tint, or mineral powder by Neutragina, eye pencil smudged out a bit of brow and lip in a natural flesh blush tone.

    Love the good news of you returning home! Will exspect to see lots of home posting on all its beauty.

    Your F.I.L should get on a natural herb OLIVE LEAF, it has great properties in helping all issues like shingles. Google all the amazing benifits to Olive leaf.
    Make sure it has 20% or close to oleuropean in it.

    Xoxo
    Dore

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  18. I so hope you get to go home! When I was a child my mother took care of her grandmother and it was very stressful. Being in your own home will be so refreshing and calming for you. I hope that he will continue healing. xo

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    1. oh man has it been stressful. i cannot wait to step foot inside my home. :)

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  19. Something about that mountain air definitely agrees with you. You look so refreshed, calm, gorgeous! There is definitely a glow. You have been such an inspiration to me in so many ways- how to live a simple; yet beautiful, peaceful, fulfilling life. Would love to know the shade of lipstick you are wearing in photo above- can you tell us?

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    1. thank you so much dana. it must be the hiking and mtn air. it must be undoing the daily stress!
      it's aveda's poppy. my all time favorite.

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  20. you're lovely, janet. and such an inspiration to me.

    your home will feel fresh and new all over again when you get there. how wonderful.

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  21. Hi Janet,

    That is so exciting that you may get to return home soon! I hope your FIL continues to improve. I had a couple bouts of shingles in my life, they were minor but I'll tell ya it's painful!! Has he looked into getting the shingles vaccine?

    You look so relaxed and beautiful, guess being in Utah has had it's positive effects! I'm loving that shade of lipstick on you. I've got those pesky lip lines too and have had them for years. (although I can't see yours) I never smoked so I guess it must be from sun damage from my beach going days in my 20's.

    My beauty routine varies...if I'm not going anywhere it's just a little mascara and concealer. If I go out well, that's another story! I use Bare Minerals powder, Lancome blush, mascara, a little kohl eyeliner and eyeshadow and Benefit Brow Zing. I recently had a allergic reaction on my eyelids to the shimmer eyeshadow so I have to stick to matte. I found that it's almost impossible to find eyeshadow without shimmer! I finish with lipstick, I took the plunge with red again a couple years ago. I use Marc Jacobs in "Surrender Dorothy". I know it sounds like a lot of makeup, but I don't pile it on. I am pretty fair and have blonde eyelashes and eyebrows. :/

    I bet you can't wait to get back home!

    Talk to you soon!

    Linda
    xo

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    1. i think his dr recommended against the vaccine but i'm not for certain. i have those same "smoker" lines. never smoked so i guess inherited! see you soon. x

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    2. I developed shingles along my waist during the property division of my mother's estate. Undoubtedly one of the higher stress points in life. At first, I did not realize that the blisters were shingles and missed the window of opportunity for antiviral therapy. I asked about the vaccine and my internist did not recommend getting it. She said research had not shown any a indication that it would prevent a recurrence.

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    3. Thanks Jodi for the info...I was wondering how effective the vaccine is. I haven't researched it much since I know you need to be over 65, and I'm 7 years away from that. I guess the best thing from what I'm reading here is to get treated right away if you do get it.

      Doing estate work is stressful...my husband is executor of his parent's estate. (they are still living) Not looking forward to that and his dealings with his siblings, I'm pretty sure that a couple of them are probably going to be a problem. :(

      Linda

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  22. Hello Beautiful!
    My esthetician is now using all Sircuit Skin products and I am hooked! All natural chirally correct technology. Anyone can use the retinol without irritation and the peel she uses on me, well awesome! I no longer suffer for the first couple of days after a peel. She also introduced me to Jane Iredale cosmetics. I am in love with the liquid minerals foundation. Will never try anything again!

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    1. good to know emily. i'm going to google the peel b/c it's amazing that you are not getting irritation or red but still having results!

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    2. She uses the pumpkin peel on me Janet!

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  23. Hi Janet,
    Any advice on a good eye cream? I'm using topical skin treatments for my rosascea but the products are very drying to the delicate skin around the eyes. I'm looking for something light that I can wear most of the time.

    Thanks!

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    1. well I swear by Aveda's Green Science eye cream. I'm v v sensitive around the eyes and I have no problem. It's creamy and lovely. Go to an Aveda spa and ask for a sample!

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  24. OK. First thing EVERY morning, sunny or cloudy, Eucerin Everyday Protection Moisturizer SPF 30 (3 facial skin cancers) on face and neck. Almay eyeliner crayon to touch up the white hairs in my black brows. L'Oreal lipstick in either a bright red or a soft red with a lipliner to SLIGHTLY beef-up my shrinking lips. If I want a more polished look I brush on Jane Iredale's Amazing Base loose mineral powder which has pretty good coverage, and just a touch of J.I's PurePressed Blush.

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    1. sounds absolutely perfect Jan. Easy and elegant. x

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  25. Oops, that is suppose to be AVEDA, not agenda lipstick. Stupid auto correct!!

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  26. Janet, what color is the mosscara? I have very thin lashes and I could use a good dose of mascara. I have brown hair and brown sparse lashes. At 68 I think it's time to do a little make-up. 50th high school reunion is coming up this month
    and I really want to look my best...whatever that is, lol. You look wonderful.
    Kathleen in Oregon

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    1. I use the black kathleen. If you can get to an Aveda spa you can test which one would look best for you b/c without seeing you in person it's hard to know. I use black b/c of brown hair and brows, the brown just doesn't show up much and the black makes more of a subtle impact.

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  27. You are stunning Janet, simply stunning.
    I am so happy you will be headed home soon and that your FIL is on the mend. Good news indeed!
    I love Laura Mercier products and am trying to be better about my whole hair/makeup/exercise routine. I've turned into quite the slacker the past year or so which is quite shocking and so unlike me. Working on getting some balance back.
    xoxo

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  28. I love, love, love Boomstick Color and Boomstick Shimmer by Cindy Joseph. She is a gorgeous 60+ model - you will recognize her when you see her - all about pro-age - and her Broomsticks are fantastic. Double duty - the color is for lips and cheeks and the shimmer is for eyes and anywhere you want a little sparkle. They last forever and are fantastic for travel. Can't live without these products.
    Thanks for the beauty product suggestions - I am just about ready for a new tinted moisturizer so I will try your recommendation.
    Happy to hear that your FIL is on the mend.
    xoxo

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  29. Great news for your father in law I am looking for a BB cream but thoseavailable in Greece doesnt suit me.What about bath products.Do you have a favorite soap,body milk,perfume?Efi from Greece

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  31. I'm glad to hear your FIL is on the mend! I've heard Shingles is extremely painful and horrible...both women I've known who've had it got it immediately following the death of a parent.

    I used to spend $$$ on Estee Lauder years ago then, after I got divorced, I could no longer afford it and since then have used Ponds Cold Cream...cheap and cheerful:) I've been fortunate to have inherited my mom's tough skin so it's low maintenance. I usually won't bother with make up if I'm just hanging around the house but when I do, my black liquid eyeliner for my top eyelids is a must!!! I've worn it that way since my 20's and have tried different liners over the years but recently am loving one H&M sells online.

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  32. You are so pretty! Hope your FIL will get better enough for you to go home soon.

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  33. I had shingles on my face from my eyebrow up into my scalp. Very, very painful and it left scars. I recommend getting the shingles shot.
    I got it afterwards because you can have shingles more than once.
    I'm still ticked my Dr never told me to get the shot.

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  34. Janet you are looking radiant.
    I hope that your FIL rallies so that you can return to your beloved cottage.
    I am seriously considering getting the shingles vaccine...

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  35. I wish I were as photogenic! Glad you get to go home soon!

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  36. I am happy for you...returning to your home!
    You and Larry have been so kind.
    It will be a wonderful feeling seeing your home and garden again...
    XO

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  37. such an interesting post Janet. I love to see what beauty products others find useful. there are so many choices these days it's overwhelming, at least to me. I have been known to leave a store without buying anything because I can't decide. and price is no guarantee something will work for you. I once invested in a pricy line of skin care only to develop red patches on my cheeks after about a week of use. I realize that everyone is different but there are really good suggestions here. one question, is the Aveda line only available in spas?
    I am happy for you and Larry that you will be home soon.
    Darby

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    1. no darby aveda is available online. if you click the link i provided it will take you directly to the product. :)

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  38. All my life I have hated my super short and pale, eyelashes. I tried and all different mascaras, and curlers. FAIL. About 3 years ago I splurged and got eyelash extensions. I love them. I have not had to wear any mascara since. I'm not a girly girl. I don't spend money on shoes, purses, spas, or clothes. Oh, but these eyelashes add all the glam I need!

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  39. Thank you for sharing this! I have been looking for a new non-powdery, gentle on eyes, simple make-up routine. This was really so helpful. I am excited to try the BB Cream! I'm happy for you that there is a light at the end of the tunnel regarding your stay in Utah. Best wishes for health for your FIL and speedy return to your beautiful home and family.

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  40. Physicians Formula BB Cream is $38 a tube in Australia. I was going to give it a try but decided not too. I wonder why it's so expensive here.

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    1. oh my that is just ridiculous. i know i've shipped things to australia and the shipping is so expensive.

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  41. Just gorgeous!! I'll order the Petal eye pencil right now. I won't use ones that tug. I just discovered Physicians Formula was organic! Where have I been, in a cave? I've tossed all my non organic make up (some expensive stuff) and slowly replacing them with healthy alternatives. xx

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  42. So glad that your father in law's health has improved and that you get to go home! There is no place like home.
    Angela

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  43. Janet, I have been looking at the beauty balm. They have it here in light and light/medium shade. Which shade do you use?
    Tks, Lynne

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    1. i usually get light but i have light/medium at the moment and it's fine too. x

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  44. Just wanted to say thank you for the tip on the BB cream from Physician's Formula - I love it! It's light, perfect amount of coverage for me, just makes my skin look more even and balanced.

    Glad you are home. It's always nice to see your posts.

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