Ever building on the Touche Eclat empire, YSL will be launching the coveted glow-getting formula in a new format for Spring 2017. Yep, you guessed it…a cushion. LE Cushion, to be exact. 😉 The product will be offered in 7 shades designed to enhance radiance with natural coverage.
In addition to that exciting news, the Company is also brining in three Touch Eclat Glow Shots, a highlighter boasting the hefty promise of a 10-hour strobe effect AND ultra hydration, via hyaluronic acid, vitamin E, and Ruscus. Glow Shots will come in 3 shades:
- No.1 Daylight – Create a reflective, mirror effect (light skin tones)
- No.2 Sunrise – Create a rosy glow (light skin tones)
- No.3 Sunset – Create a healthy glow (medium to dark skin tones)
And…one more dashing add…the YSL Touche Eclat White, Limited Edition. I’m already chomping at the bit for this one because a “porcelain effect” is like music to my goth-y ears… It can be used for adding a beautiful sheen, or for more extreme strobe and contour effects.
Lipstick Queen always pushes the envelope where traditional is concerned… The Frog Prince range, which includes a lipstick and a lipgloss, is welcoming a newbie to the lineup, Frog Prince Blush.
That Frankenstein, froggy, swampy green seems unbecoming at first….but it has proven itself in other formulations to blossom into a delicious pink, fit for a princess.
The blush is designed to adapt to your skin’s unique pH, allowing for a budding rose shade most flattering on YOU to emerge. Vitamin E combines with shea butter, avocado oil, jojoba oil and olive oil to both nourish and moisturize your cheeks while you innocently flush.
Why do I love it? It’s unconventional…and it comes out natural.
I can’t express how important sun protection is – whether you are training outdoors regularly, or someone who just has exposure on a regular basis. It isn’t just about aging – pesky lines and spots – either! It is about being preventative with you skincare so as to avoid dangerous conditions as much as possible.
I used to train (figure skating) on an outdoor rink all winter as a child – for YEARS. I was also a rollerblader who would frequent the beach trails or 10-mile outdoor paths in one go. We didn’t know as much at the time, and I’d not be surprised if I had forgone my sunscreen back then. These days, I still need to be better about arms, neck, shoulders, ears (the generally exposed areas when it’s warmer), but I ALWAYS have at least 30 SPF on my face. Even then, I could reapply more frequently, but I definitely do make an effort.
I recently saw this new Sincere products from Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula at Target. I love their regular Cocoa Butter (the scent reminds me of cookie batter!), so I was excited to see that SPF has been added to these.
I also love sprays because they are much easier to maneuver for the tough-to-reach spots like the back, back of neck, back of shoulders etc.
Whether or not you like THIS brand, or others, it’s worth checking out the sunscreen aisle – yes, ALL times of the year. Your epidermis will thank you, as will your body down the line.