Many years ago my dermatologist recommended I try Jane Iredale cosmetics. I was struggling with adult acne and had sensitive, fragile skin. I loved them instantly and have been a fan ever since. Several months ago I had the opportunity to interview Jane. Here’s part one of our interview. [Read more…]
Who doesn’t love a classic red pedicure, or manicure if you’re lucky enough to have strong fingernails? It’s timeless, ageless, goes with everything and so sophisticated! Lately, I’ve been thinking about contrast and reassessing its attractiveness on my 60-year-old toes. [Read more…]
I’ve written many times to share my hair struggles. When my hair loss was at it’s worse, it undermined my confidence and was traumatic Because of this, I’m extra careful with how I treat my hair and what I use on it. I’m approached by brands daily, to try… then endorse their product. Let me say very clearly, I will never say something is great if I don’t have first-hand knowledge that it is. [Read more…]
I’ve written many times about my struggles with hair thinning and loss. My eyebrows are also thinning, but for me, it’s an age-related and self-inflicted wound from over tweezing in my youth. For many women, it is the result of a battle with cancer. [Read more…]
Do you use an eye cream? Some cost an arm and a leg and contain ingredients I can’t pronounce. To be honest, I’ve never bothered. I know the “experts” claim the skin under our eyes is thinner than the rest of our face, so we need a special cream for that area, but I’ve never bought it. The theory or the cream.
I’m always looking for the most efficient skin care and beauty products that are cruelty-free. I prefer to use products made by companies that test on human volunteers and use them whenever I can.