InStyle Presents: The Prettiest Fall Makeup for $15 or Less

Victoria’s Secret Hypnotic Beauty Luminous Blush

Fall wind gives cheeks a natural glow, but won’t last after ducking indoors. Keep your rosy outlook from fading with a stroke of this sunburst-patterned highlighting blush.

$16; victoriassecret.com.

Brash Lip Stains

Put these on your beauty back-to-school list. Like their Crayola counterparts, these punky markers deliver a bold, lasting stain. Bonus: The firm, tapered tip will help you stay in the lines.

$5 each; payless.com.

Maybelline Eye Studio Color Plush Eyeshadows

Backstage makeup artist Charlotte Willer collaborated with Maybelline to create catwalk-ready shadow palettes. Rock the runway’s colorblocking trend with a sharp swipe of blue or green, or sweep the shimmering gold shadow over lids for an ethereal dose of bling.

In Sapphire Stylist and Green with Fashion, $10 each; maybelline.com.

Motif Water Lily and Herbs Wipes

These floral-scented, aloe-dosed cleansing towelettes come dressed in botanical printed packs so cute, you’ll be sad once you run out. Luckily, at $1.50 a pop, you can afford to stock up.

$1.50; at Target stores nationwide,target.com for locations.

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Bar Soaps Are Back—Lather Up with Nature’s Gate NEW Cleansing Bars

 

Nature’s Gate now offers Cleansing Bars as their latest addition to their Classics collection. This Bar Soap is enriched with 7 Natural Moisture Boosters, such as Shea Butter and Sweet Almond Oil, to gently cleanse skin while delivering a host of good-for-you ingredients. The soaps are triple milled to ensure an even texture, consistently rich lather and a longer-lasting bar.

Not only are these rich, nourishing Cleansing Bars good for the skin, they’re good for the environment, too! Made with naturally derived and biodegradable ingredients, they boast packaging made from 100% recycled post-consumer waste paper and are printed with vegetable-based ink.

The Nature’s Gate Cleansing Bar (SRP $3.79) collection includes:

Pomegranate Sunflower: Pomegranate and Sunflower extracts deliver antioxidants
Aloe Vera: Aloe Vera and Chamomile extracts soothe the skin
Oatmeal: Oatmeal and Calendula in a fragrance-free formulation for sensitive skin
Tea Tree: Tea Tree and Peppermint oils help heal the skin
Herbal: Myrrh and Lavender extracts help balance the skin

Nature’s Gate products are available at health and natural food stores across the U.S. and Canada or by visiting www.natures-gate.com.


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They make hairbrushes?

 
When you hear the name John Frieda you might just think of his popular Frizz- Ease or Brilliant Blonde collections, but did you know they make hairbrushes as well? When I opened the package I thought “oh a hairbrush” little did I know I would come to adore this unassuming brush.

With long, fine, and thick curly hair brushing is always a chore. The brushes that are gentle enough don’t comb all the way through and the brushes that can handle my mane tend to pull to hard and break my hair. The John Frieda cushion brush does an exceptional job on wet hair the cushion helps you comb out your hair completely without pain or breakage. It seems to just slide through my hair making brushing it so easy. Simply put this a a great hairbrush and at $12.99 it won’t break the budget.

John Frieda Cushion Brush

The John Frieda Sleek Finish Cushion Brush has deep- shine silicone bristles to create shine, smooth flyaways and helps reduce frizz.  There also IONS in the brush help to flatten the hair’s cuticle layers.

The brush is safe for wet or dry hair.

$12

 

 

Disclosure: A complimentary sample of the above mentioned product was sent to me for an honest review.


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Gwen Stefani: “Makeup goes on every day, even if I’m not going anywhere”

Gwen Stefani is InStyle’s November cover girl. In the magazine Gwen opens up about her daily beauty routine. Gwen reveals that she has a rather addiction to dying her hair, which she claims to dye as often as Marilyn Monroe did. She also admits that she doesn’t leave the house without makeup.

In this issue, the rock star designer opens up about doing so much in so many arenas—fashion (she launches her third line Harajuku Mini for Target mid-November), music (a new No Doubt album is slated for next year), and family (“being a mother is probably the most challenging thing I do,” she says of parenting Kingston, 5, and Zuma, 3, with husband Gavin Rossdale). 

Whatever she’s doing, it works, because she looks amazing! Considering she’s 42-years-old (can you believe that!?) she’s definitely doing something right!

Gwen on finding balance: “At work I’ve learned how to delegate. You don’t have to be on a ladder in a warehouse, micromanaging. You can be at home. And teamwork is also such a big part of marriage and parenting.”

On making time for her sons: “The thing I’d like to do is enjoy these boys while they’re young – so I don’t regret I was working too much when they’re big and don’t want to cuddle with me anymore.”

Her trademark blonde: “My hair color is L’Oréal, but I won’t reveal the number. And I do my roots as often as Marilyn Monroe did hers. I’m serious. I found out.”

The one time she went red: “Right after we came home from the first No Doubt tour I felt like I might get recognized, so I colored my hair red. And I hated it.”

Her makeup: “The makeup goes on every day, even if I’m not going anywhere.”

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