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Posts made in June, 2017

Soft Pink Eye Makeup Tutorial

By on June 29, 2017 in Products |

  Learn how to create an all-over pink look with soft pink eye makeup with shimmer and rose lipstick. Get the look with mineral makeup from jane iredale’s spring makeup collection! Your browser does not support the video tag or the file format of this...

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Halo Trip Tips

By on June 5, 2017 in Hair, How-To, Products |

Don’t forget!  TSA carry-on rules allow for travel-sized containers that are 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) or less per item.  That’s liquids, aerosols, gels, creams and pastes, all packaged in a clear one-quart-sized bag. So many of your favorite Halo products from Oribe, Rene Furterer, SEVEN, and Keratin Complex are available in TSA-approved sizes.  Also great for gym locker, purse, glove-box, guest room, and more!   Dry shampoo!  We can’t say it enough.  Leave the hot and heavy hair dryer at home.  As your stylist for the best dry shampoo for you.   Relax with a Fabulous Blow Out the day before (or morning of – we open early at 7am Monday-Saturday) you travel.  Let your stylist know where you are going so he or she can match your finishing products to your destination and activities.  You’ll enjoy your trip more if you look great.  And your blow out can last four days with our Life of the Perfect Blow Dry Kit. We often have clients who are heading to a destination wedding as a guest come in before they travel, so they don’t have to worry about fixing their hair in a hotel room.   Jane Iredale Cosmetics has a great selection of easy-to-use, travel-friendly products.  Our choices for looking fresh all trip long?  Dry powder sunscreen, SPF hydrating lip balm, and never-tacky lip gloss. Jane Iredale’s Powder-Me SPF Dry Sunscreen is recommended by the Skin Cancer Foundation for daily use, has SPF 30 broad-spectrum sun protection, is water-resistant for forty minutes, and comes in three shades. Perfect for summer travel!  Light-weight and small, but doing double duty – beauty and sunscreen in one.   Practice your up-do skills before you leave and don’t forget pins and bands.   As you get close to your destination, revive your hair (and yourself) by massaging the back of your neck and head, and add volume and freshness by switching your part side.   Avoid the free products in your hotel/motel room.  They are likely made with lower-grade ingredients, and are one-size-fits-all.  You know your hair is one-of-a-kind, deserving of pampering and the best products available, even while on the road.   Don’t do anything we wouldn’t do!  Keep that halo on. ...

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