Color and style by @lianadil (at Eden by Eden Sassoon)
Stay #warm Angelenos
R E P L E N I S H
Don’t let the holidays keep your locks looking stressed, #replenish with a deep conditioning mask or color gloss at #EDENbyEdenSassoon
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Everyday is a day to #improve yourself (at Eden by Eden Sassoon)
#TisTheSeason to be #GOLD
#Nailart by @chiphan (at Eden by Eden Sassoon)
#Amazing #FallTransformation on @Janiceselim by @lianadil she added 22” extensions with a textured layers for totally #Natural effect! (at Eden by Eden Sassoon)
Color by @Erikaarzatebeauty (at Eden by Eden Sassoon)
#BTS #sneakpeek of today’s #HolidayHair survival tips by @KeithRatz & @EdenSassoon for @OkTvUSA with @Shandifinnessey
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Feeling #Fly… Like a #G4
Makeup by @theaistenes for #RichandSkinny
Flying is a massive stress on our skin. Even if you will never be one of those women who removes all her makeup the moment she sits in her seat this in-flight beauty routine might change your mind. Follow these tips on one flight and you’ll see it really makes a huge difference not only to how you look but also how you feel. It’s a million times nicer to arrive at your destination looking and feeling refreshed. With a little bit of prep we can all step off a plane feeling rich and skinny.
We all know flying with a full face of makeup is terrible for our skin. Replace your base with a tinted moisturizer, a light BB or CC cream to wear to the airport. This way if you do leave it on throughout the flight you’re not being too awful to your skin. @smashbox has a wide arrangement of these products in all shades, their great for hydrating skin and easy to top up as you’re landing.
For long haul flight remove makeup with a micellar solution decanted into a small bottle, or cleansing wipes as soon as you sit down.
Airplanes are severely dehydrating so a refreshing hydrating spray is a brilliant product to have on a plane. Try Dermalogica Multi-active Toner, it refreshes and hydrates skin while smoothing the surface and revives your makeup if you’re wearing any, which is great for walking off a plane looking like you slept eight hours and just applied your makeup. Liberally spray throughout the fight to refreshen your skin.
People tend to drink less on a plane (less bathroom trips), add this to the lack of oxygen in the cabin makes for a very dehydrating time on board. Regularly dot eye cream around your eyes to prevent lines setting during the flight.
If it’s a very long flight and you get a bit fidgety and want something to do, try massaging a serum into your skin. @EsteeLauder Advanced Night Repair Serum is great for this, and also can aid as a primer for your foundation. This serum gives so much goodness and works wonders.
6. Hand wipes
These are an essential beauty buy to take on a plane because of gross plane prints. If you’re touching the TV monitor, putting food in your mouth and applying creams to your face you’re going to want wipes.
No-one wants to step off the plane looking like a Night Of The Living Dead extra, when the plane is coming in to land. We recommend to freshly apply tinted moisturiser or a BB cream, check your brows and apply a little bit of crème blusher with fingers. Cream pots take up less room than powders, they don’t break and leave powder all over your bag and there’s no need for a brush. You can also use the colour on your lips mixed with a little Carmex. Take one with a mirror in the lid and you’re packing even less space.
Everyone feels rubbish after sitting in a small cramped seat for hours on end and by the end of a long flight all the movement of my head against the material on plane seats makes my hair really static and wild. Try re-texturizing your hair with @Oribe dry texturing spray for body, and then spray Impermeable through hair to make it smooth and shiny, their both plane-friendly size bottles. You’ve got to start your trip with great hair!
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Happy December! #TistheSeason of giving! (at Eden by Eden Sassoon)