Straight From the Makeup Artist's Mouth: Top 3 New Cosmetics To Try

February 2, 2010 by Eileen Conlan
shefinds | Style

Our friend and makeup artist Raedawn made us over last week with a fun tutorial in new fun, multi-tasking makeup. Ready to revamp your makeup bag in time for Valentine’s Day? Here we go–straight from Raedawn’s arsenal of pretty cosmetics to fix your winter skin problems. As an added bonus, shop Julie Hewett Los Angeles cosmetics and enter coupon code VAL15 to get 15% off your order.

1. The Problem: Cracked, dry lips

The Solution: Julie Hewett’s Camellia lip balm is awesome–it conditions the lips with Vitamin E while giving your pout shine and a subtle hint of color in all kinds of flattering shades.

2. The Problem: Tired eyes and blemishes

The Solution: Try concealer in a pencil–it’s easy to control, and is perfect to line the inside corners of your eyes to make it look like you got hours more rest than you actually did, like Julie Hewett’s Omit concealer pencil.

3. The Problem: Pale winter skin that hasn’t seen much sun

The Solution: Add some color to your face with these fun, tropical punch colors appropiately named Julie Hewett’s Cheekie palette. Says Raedawn, this cheek stain alwso works on your lips, and it’s completely moisturizing, so you get a dewy look.

Get a cute new toiletry bag to go along with your finds, see what cosmetics you can take on a plane, and get even more in our guides to the best mascara and lip balms and more beauty.


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