Lorac's Newest 25th Anniversary Palettes Are All You Need This Fall And BeyondSpice up your fall shelter-in-place looks with this new pallette.
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!I don't care if we're indoors through fall, I am determined to feel beautiful and fabulous every. single. day. Inside and out! For me, this means finally putting some effort into my WFH look. Sure, the low-maintenance look was great in the beginning (sweats and no makeup every day? It was all a fever dream) but after months of that, it was starting to affect my mental well-being. I just felt as *bleh* as the way I was dressing and taking care of myself! Truly, beauty and presentation isn't for anyone else but ourselves because while I wasn't going to see a soul IRL, I was going to see myself, and I should impress me too, right? That's why this fall, I'm lifting my spirits back up by taking care of myself and showing up for me every day. That means putting a little more effort into my clothing (but still staying comfortable!) and put a little more effort into my daily makeup looks. I'm a simple makeup gal, so I'm not looking for anything drastic to add into my daily makeup looks, that's why I need eye products that do the work for me. Think eyeshadows that pack a punch and easy-to-use eyeliners... two things that are present in Lorac's newest collection in celebration of their 25th anniversary. Keep reading to see which products you NEED from Lorac this fall, and why! A best-sellers remix This pro palette is a collection of Lorac's best-selling eyeshadow colors. If you have yet to try Lorac eyeshadow, consider this the only one you may ever need. Their plush shadow goes on like a dream and stays put. Overwhelmed by the amount of colors? Lorac's resident MUA, Kelsey Deenihan, loves 'teracotta', 'cognac', 'suede', 'rose quartz', and 'espresso'. The warmest palette of them all, for them all
Sep. 22, 2020
LORACPRO Palette SoleilWarm tones are a huge trend in makeup right now. They make anyone look instantly glam and accentuate any gorgeous set of eyes. Lorac's new Soleil palette features 18 new colors that all look and feel like the warmth of the sun. The perfect mix of mattes and shimmer shadows can compliment any skin tone! For eyeshadow beginners, Kelsey Deenihan gives an easy makeup tip: choose a shimmer shadow you really like that will go on your lid and a matte color that closely matches it as a "transition matte". Apply the matte eyeshadow from your lid to just before your brow bone, then pack on the shimmer to your lid and voila! You have an instant, effortless look that is pro approved. Precise AF eyeliner
LORACPRO Liquid EyelinerA good eyeliner look isn't hard to achieve when you have a GREAT eyeliner. Lorac's Pro Liquid Eyeliner has a fine brush tip, which means that even the most novice of makeup lovers can't fail, and the pros at the top can make amazing, creative looks flawlessly.
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THE EASIEST BUN!
Life gets busy, hair gets greasy, and sometimes you just need a hairstyle that is out of your way but still so simple and cute. Here is the easiest low bun ever! ✨put your hair into a bun but don’t pull all the way through ✨take the tail, wrap around the scrunchie and tuck in the bottom THATS IT! I said it was easy didn’t I?! Give this a try💗 Xo, Johanna
resolve to rock a red lip and worry less 💋
💋😘 These are some of my absolute favorites! What’s your favorite red lipstick? In order of appearance ￼PAT McGRATH LABS - MatteTrance Lipstick Elson 2 ￼Pat McGrath Venom ￼MAKE UP FOR EVER - Rouge Artist Lipstick Mat, M402 ￼ciaté - Liquid Velvet , Diva ￼SEPHORA COLLECTION - Cream Lip Stain Liquid Lipstick , Always Red ￼NARS - Powermatte Lip Pigment , Starwoman ￼NYX - Intense Butter Gloss , Apple Crisp
How to build your skincare routine
How to build your skincare routine VOL. I - for many people getting into skincare it can super confusing (even as a professional it is) 😳 • Therefore I’m coming out with a series to help anyone who needs some guidance on where to begin 😉 • 3 parts: Step 1 - addressing your skin concerns! Step 2 - doing some research on different brands, ingredients, products to use or even consulting a professional and Step 3 - buying the essentials and not splurging 🤷🏽♀️ • Many esthetician’s and dermatologists offer consultations to clients who need help or guidance so check the ones in your area to see if that’s an option for you 👏🏽 • Not splurging is KEY! The last thing you want to do is drop $500 on products, only to find out your skin doesn’t agree with them or you don’t like them 🥴 • Was this chart helpful? Are you excited about this new series? 💙 • What’s your beginner skincare advice for building a routine? ♥️ CeraVe - Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin PAULA'S CHOICE - Resist Advanced Replenshing Toner
DON’T try these at home!
With so many self- proclaimed beauty gurus in the world today, it’s very easy to get sucked into the DIY trend. Most experts and skincare specialists will tell you these homemade concoctions are not as good as they are made to be. Here are 5 ingredients you should not put on your face and why. 1. Essential Oils- The fragrant portion of plants is what makes essential oils. Modern science has revealed how fragrant oils cause problems for the skin. In the long run components in essential oils can significantly irritate and damage the skin. 2. Lemon Juice 🍋- Lemons are extremely acidic, which will irritate your skin. You can experience excessive redness, dryness, and skin peeling. Using lemons on your skin can cause more damage then benefit to your skin. 3. Coconut Oil- This ingredient causes a lot of debate amongst my followers, but fact is a fact, coconut oil is highly comedogenic. This means that the oil clogs pores on your face. When you apply coconut oil to your face it lays on the surface and is not able to be absorbed into the skin due to its large molecules. It can cause breakouts, blackheads, and whiteheads. 4. Witch Hazel- Here is another debate stirring ingredient. A lot of my patients and followers swear by witch hazel because of its immediate results on absorbing oil on the skin. What they fail to understand that it is not only absorbing the excess oils, but it is also stripping your skin of its natural oils. This can be very damaging to your skin and it’s natural protecting barrier, causing unnatural sensitized and dry skin. 5. Toothpaste- Such a popular trend and so harmful to your skin. Toothpaste contains high levels of baking soda which will mess with your skin’s ph level. This can lead to redness and burning of the skin. Toothpaste is a horrible option for your blemishes and instead I would recommend THE inkey LIST - Succinic Acid Acne Treatment As tempting as it is to try natural remedies at home, do your skin a favor and resort to stabilized and researched ingredients and products.
BIRTHDAY GLAM ✨
Here the finished look to my clients birthday glam look✨COLOURPOP - Minor in Astrology FENTY BEAUTY - Trophy Wife Life Makeup Set MAYBELLINE - SuperStay 24H Full Coverage Liquid Foundation
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