Share on Pinterest
There are no images.
Share with your friends


We believe that although beauty is truly in the eye of the beholder, there still exists, a set of specific commandments to follow in both makeup application and properly caring for your skin. With a million and one cosmetic brands to choose from you should always stick with what works for you, and we commend those who pride themselves in self-expression – not over indulgence. In a 2 part series, we’ll explore regimens that will keep your complexion in tip-top shape. So put your best face forward, and take a look at our list of makeup and skincare commandments. We guarantee your skin will thank you!

Commandment Number 1: Thou shall take the time to find the right color of foundation for your skin. If your face is a completely different shade than your neck, odds are you didn’t choose wisely. Try GloMinerals Protective Liquid Foundation that contains exclusive antioxidant blends of vitamins A, C, E, and green extract. Voila! You’re done.

Commandment Number 2: Thou shall not use too much bronzer. Of course the cast from “Jersey Shore” would disapprove, but c’mon, adding too much bronzer ages you –tacking on additional years. Celebrate your youth with, yes; you’ve guessed it, GloMinerals Bronze in “Sunkiss,” which includes a tone gauge to match your natural coloring.

Commandment Number 3: Thou shall wear a minimum of SPF 15 in your daily moisturizer. The primary factor of maintaining your skins radiance and healthy appearance rely on the daily use of sunscreen. Sorry folks, but ‘baking naked’ at the beach is so circa 1980. Try Neutrogena’s Healthy Defense Daily Moisturizer, SPF 30.

Commandment Number 4: Thou shall drink plenty of water to maintain you skins natural glow and overall well-being. Doctors recommend the daily intake of 8 glasses of water per day, and I believe you should push the envelope a bit and make it an even 10. Get jazzy and add lemon or cucumber! Cheers!

Commandment Number 5: Thou shall have fun with your makeup! If you’re worried about not applying your makeup correctly, it’s ok. It takes practice to master the fancy tricks of our favorite makeup artists, and the good news is that we can wash it right off if we make a mistake. So take a deep breath, and have a good time! You’ll be surprised by the inner artist that exists within!

Continue to part 2

– Nicole L. Townsend