Conceal but Look Real with jane iredale and Too Faced

Beauty Research, a beauty blogging web site, published an article recommending specialty cosmetics from brands jane iredale and Too Faced

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Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) February 22, 2013

Beauty Research, a beauty blogging web site, recently recommended corrective cosmetics from jane iredale and Too Faced. Many women are searching for solutions to conceal their flaws and both brands offer a variety of options. The blog recommended BB creams, primers and brighteners from mineral makeup giant jane iredale as well as sparse eye lash solutions from Too Faced, a cosmetic company geared towards providing the consumer with unusual products not easily found in the beauty industry.

“One of the best reasons for using and applying makeup isn’t so much to add color, or brighten up, or smooth out the skin…although those are certainly some very legitimate ones! But one of the best reasons for good makeup and cosmetic application is to correct flaws and conceal and contour, providing for a more perfect look and appeal. There are two brands that can correct, conceal, cover, minimize and disguise flaws better than any other that I’m aware of. jane iredale and Too Faced are my “go-to” beauty brands for tackling my toughest flaws and enhancing what features and assets I already have. And after reading many jane iredale reviews as well as Too Faced reviews I think you’ll find that many others are quite impressed with how good they are for this as well.” – Writes Karen of Beauty Research

See the full article recommending jane iredale and Too Faced at BeautyResearch.com.

Tackle your Toughest Flaws with jane iredale and Too Faced

http://www.beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2013/02/22/tackle-your-toughest-flaws-with-jane-iredale-and-too-faced.aspx

Beauty Research covers a variety of topics on the subject of beauty and health. Check out these recent blog postings:

Essential Oils – Best Choices to Revive and Relax

“When I speak of essential oils I’m most often referring to them in terms of skin care (although there are a number of other uses for them as well). Additionally, when I speak of essential oils I’m referring to them as being formulated into certain products in order to produce certain and specific effects. Essential oils can be healing, repairing, soothing, reviving and a variety of other affects that can be beneficial when used within a skin, hair or body care regimen. Most any beauty treatment can be highly effective when the right combinations of essential oils are used. The scents derived from the oils can often create a positive reaction…this process is known as aroma therapy.” – Writes Karen of Beauty Research

http://www.beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2013/02/20/essential-oils-best-choices-to-revive-and-relax.aspx

Top Talk Show Beauty Tips

“You would think having 30 years of experience under my belt would provide me plenty of knowledge to share my beauty tips with you; but I’ve got to tell you, I almost think I’ve learned more from watching daytime television than all my education and professional experience combined. Of course, I’ve shared with you different beauty tips and secrets I’ve learned from television along the way, but there have been a number of talk show episodes that I just haven’t given their proper due. But when I see a really good episode or a segment pertaining to beauty that either pique my interest or I go so far as to try them out, I jot them down so that I can share them with all of you. Well today’s the day you’re going to hear about 6 of my favorite talk show beauty tips and secrets from the recent past. I have been compiling them for quite a while but the following stand out above the rest.” – Writes Karen of Beauty Research

http://www.beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2013/02/19/top-talk-show-beauty-tips.aspx

Beauty Research is a beauty blogging web site started by two experienced skin care enthusiasts wishing to share tips and suggestions. The jane iredale and Too Faced article as well as a jane iredale and Too Faced forum can be found at BeautyResearch.com.


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