What You Can Learn From The Cherie Skin Report Our newest feature has launched! Heres what you can take away from your Cherie Skin Report.
Cherie is an online community of beauty lovers sharing their stories; whether that's their favorite products, makeup tutorials, or skincare routines. Download the app today to be a part of #BeautyWithoutBarriers and show the world what beauty means to you! We think everyone knows their skin the best, but wouldn't it be so great if you could know you're skin even better? If you could just scan your face and be told what products would work best for your skin concerns? We thought so too, which is why we created the Cherie Skin Report! If you haven't given it a go, the Cherie Skin Report is an interactive skin analysis tool. In a matter of seconds, your selfie is analyzed and the levels of your skin concerns are determined. From having acne as a medium concern to pores as a huge one, the Cherie Skin Report helps you identify and target your key concerns and provide tips for improvement. How It Works On the top right corner of the home page on your Cherie app, you'll see a little face in a box—this is where you can get your Cherie Skin Report! In just a selfie, Cherie analyzes your acne, pores, wrinkles, dark spots, and dark circles. Based on the level of severity (good, normal, not-so-good), Cherie pulls in recommendations based on your skin type and reviews from people with similar concerns. So, if your report states your acne is not-so-good, you'll be recommended acne products that have helped Cherie users with similar acne issues. Amazing, right! It's like a personal consultant right in the palm of your hands. Your Skin Journey Another great part of this new feature is tracking your skin Journey. Each time you take a Cherie Skin Report, Cherie saves your results and complies it in a tab called "skin journey" which you can find at the top right, immediately after clicking on the skin report feature. In your skin journey, you can track the progress of your skin and how well it's doing over a span of time. Give our skin report a shot and share with your friends how fabulous your look is!
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Farmacy honey potion face mask
Got dry dull skin like me? I’m using one of my favorite hydrating mask that just plumps my skin leaving it so glowy, hydrated, smooth and bright! I love to put it on after I shower so my pores are open, I feel it is most effective! It is also cruelty free❤️ FARMACY - HONEY POTION
My Favorite Lip Gloss: Petite’n Pretty Review
PETITE'n pretty - 10K Shine Lip Gloss Y’ALL - I swearrrr by this lip gloss & im such a lip snob! It is the perfect gloss to throw in your purse and put on for any occasion. My fave is to put a little red or dark pink tint on and throw this gloss on top, but it does just as great with nothing underneath. You guys haveee to try and let me know what U think! Not sticky at all.
Pressed or Loose Setting Powder? Which worth my
Pressed or Loose Setting Powder? Which worth my love? I’m a loyal fan of NARS. I like Nars light reflecting pressed setting powder a lot! As you can see on the pictures, I’m almost finished this pressed powder. And then I got the Loose version of this setting powder. They’re exactly the same (translucent color), but different type, pressed and loose. Let’s see, which one worth my love! They’re both weightless powder with translucent color. They claim to be infused with photochromic technology to diffuse and adjust to new sources of light. They are undetectable on skin. The formula blends effortlessly, optically fading fine lines and pores. I don’t have any obvious wrinkles, I’m not sure with the fine lines claim. I have dry skin with oily prone T-zone. The setting powder does well on oil control and makes the pores invisible. Now, let’s see some different part. Though they have the same name and the same claim, I think the loose powder is more matte finish, while the pressed powder creates a sheer finish, which makes my skin looks dewy. The powder of pressed one is a bit finer than the loose powder. For me, the difference of that is acceptable. But the con of pressed powder is obvious. It’s so hard to take the powder, the original powder puff come with it is not working. I need to use the hard hair brush to take out the powder, which feels not good on skin. Both of them costs $37. The pressed powder is likely to be finished in 3 months. For the loose on, I’ve used it for half year already, it still remains more than a half. I’m definitely obsessed with the both NARS Light Reflecting Loose Setting Powder. But for the price and the applicator, I think I will go with the loose one.
Niacinamide: My Favourite Ingredient
Niacinamide is one of my all-time favourite ingredients and it’s really not talked about enough. Niacinamide is proving to be a power player in skincare, managing to soothe inflammation, reduce redness, control oil production, minimize the appearance of enlarged pores, even skin tone, improve texture, improve the appearance of fine lines, and improve skin radiance. It’s truly such a multi-faceted ingredient and I recommend it in all routines! Here are my experiences with some popular niacinamide serums: • The Ordinary’s Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% was my first niacinamide serum. It played a huge role in transforming my skin from oily to normal/combo. It also helped tons with my acne... until it didn’t. The zinc in this formulation is hit-or-miss, being a hit for most! But I found myself in the small population of the miss category, my skin reacting poorly to prolonged use. I still recommend folks wanting to try niacinamide on a budget give it a try at $5.90USD for 30mL and $10.60 for 60mL. • The Inkey List’s Niacinamide Serum came next, its $6.99/30mL price tag making it a good zinc-free budget alternative. This product utilizes niacinamide in a base of glycerin, squalane, and hyaluronic acid, focusing on light hydration alongside the touted oil control. The lip does get a bit clogged with crystallized product, but the applicator is convenient for travel. I enjoyed this serum, but the ingredient list is a bit basic. • Paula’s Choice Skincare’s 10% Niacinamide Booster, at $44.00 per 20mL... I was hesitant to purchase this serum. But I’ve got two back-ups of this serum on the way, if that says anything about how “worth it” it is. It helped reduce the appearance of the sebaceous filaments on my chin, forehead, and the bridge of my nose, plus I experience less irritation from altering my skin routine than I normally would... and I find my skin just feels bouncy after I apply this serum- perhaps an effect of the absolutely stacked INCI list! Whereas the other formulas are bare bones, PC packs in CoQ10, vitamin c, and allantoin, boosting its anti-aging and soothing properties. If you can afford it, I’d give it a try! Its pore-minimizing results alone will keep me repurchasing.
An Exfoliating Lotion for Your Body
I joke that when using exfoliating serums or moisturizers that you should take it all the way down to your titties. But it’s true — your neck and décolletage need love and we often overlook those areas! The same could be said for our bodies. We’re always looking for ways to hydrate our bodies with oils or make them shine with lavas and foils, but our body deserves exfoliation too! Pixi makes some of the best, affordable skincare on the market. Their Glow Tonic is iconic for a reason! It’s gentle yet delivers smoother, brighter skin. Instead of suggesting your use a cotton square to rub the toner all over yourself, they created this lotion. ￼Helps smooth your skin texture and tone. Glycolic is great for keratosis pilaris too! ￼Large bottle, $24 ￼Gives you a little tingle ￼Nice to use before applying self tanner (use it 24 hours prior and exfoliate with a mitt in the shower beforehand) ￼Gingseng and aloe help keep you moistures too
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