Feb 23, 2011

FOR GIRLS!! 17 Cult-Classic Beauty Products:))

 It is better to be beautiful than to be good, but it is better to be good than to be ugly.....Everything has its beauty, but not everyone sees it.....

Yes, new beauty products come and go, but the pros stick to these beloved standbys and me just like most girls/women are always more than willing to try something, anything that we believe will make us look more beautiful and feel better with ourselves....be it true or not. 

17 Cult-Classic Beauty Products

Smith's Rosebud Salve
More than a century old, this rose oil–infused balm softly scents while adding incredible sheen to lips, says Los Angeles makeup artist Burke Daniel.

Coty Airspun Face Powder

This finely milled setting powder, which has been making movie stars’ complexions flawless since 1935, is “perfect for shine-proofing the T-zone,” says celebrity makeup artist Tina Turnbow


YSL Touche Éclat Concealer
Like a magic wand, this concealer’s light-reflecting particles cast out even the darkest shadows
Bobbi Brown Foundation Stick
It’s compact, portable, and made in colors to match every skin tone. What’s not to love?” says Julie Harris, a New York City makeup artist

Maybelline Great Lash Mascara
Why is one tube sold every two seconds? Because it stays on, creates volume, and won’t clump on lashes. Ever.

MAC Matte Lipsticks
These no-shine miracles have enough pigment to be visible even on darker skin, and their rich, velvety formula isn’t drying.

Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream
Developed in 1930 by Elizabeth Arden to soften the legs of her Thoroughbreds, this moisturizer is effective on humans, too. “I use it head to toe to hydrate chapped skin,” says New York City dermatologist Debra Jaliman
 Mason Pearson Hairbrush
This stylists’ favorite investment has natural and synthetic bristles that create instant shine.

Yardley of London English Lavender Soap

This fresh, moisturizing bar is a popular pick for the shower, but true loyalists also scent drawers and closets with it.

Kiehl’s Creme With Silk Groom
The pioneer styling cream “adds softness and shine without greasiness,” says Kattia Solano, owner of Butterfly Studio Salon, in New York City.

Goody Colour Collection Elastics
The first metal-free ponytail holders to match different hair colors, these are “gentle but have a strong grip,” says Hollywood stylist Philip B.

Aquaphor Healing Ointment

With only seven ingredients, this nonirritating salve “is safe for everyone, from a newborn to a 99-year-old,” says Jeanine Downie, a dermatologist in Montclair, New Jersey.

Revlon Nail Enamel in Revlon Red
The quintessential red: not too orange, not too blue

Essie Nail Polish in Mademoiselle

To work. To the grocery store. To your wedding. You can wear this flattering no-color color anywhere.

CND Solaroil Cuticle Oil
Introduced in 1981, this multitalented cuticle oil can pinch-hit as a bath soak and leather scuff eraser

 OPI Nail Lacquer in Lincoln Park After Dark
Inspired by richly colored dresses seen in Chicago in 2005, it made deep grape wearable on fingers.

Chanel Nail Colour in Vamp
Originally created as a one-off for the Chanel 1994 fall-winter fashion show, this was the first “dark, edgy color that even conservative types were willing to try,” says New York City manicurist Jin Soon Choi

Here you go all...advise from the experts. If you are anything like me you probably don't listen to everything people say be it an expert or not. The best is to see what works and feels good for you. It sometimes happens that a woman is handsomer at twenty-nine than she was ten years before...thanks to many beauty products:))

Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us or we find it not....