Some seasons I like ridiculously thick, drama-lady brows, a la Audrey Hepburn, and I’ll draw on 25% bigger brows with a No. 2 pencil. But lately I’ve been digging a more natural brow, and Physician’s Formula Brow Definer Automatic Brow Pencil in blonde-beige does the trick. It’s the perf shade, whether or not — I’m hoping not — your hair’s blonde-beige.
Otherwise, you can use a brow pencil that’s one shade darker than your natural hair color, fill any gaps in your brows with featherlight strokes that mimic individual hairs, then carefully take your brow pencil and scrawl “I OVER-PLUCKED MY EYEBROWS” on your forehead.
I’m sure Physician’s Formula Organic Wear 100% Natural Origin Jumbo Lash Mascara is nice for your eyes, and maybe OrganiSoy® nourishes lashes. But after having to temporarily give up semi-permanent eyelash extensions for LASIK, I’ve been reminded that any mascara is incomparable to extensions.
So OrganiSoy® sounds great in a latte, but I’ve got no problem having rubber cement near my peepers, so long as Sun Lee’s semi-permanent eyelash extensions are involved…
Ghetto and fab beauty products at the drugstore beat the bland of Sephora any day. I’ve experimented with glue-on false nails, retired my Clarisonic in favor of Garnier face wipes and aspirin scrubs, and rarely know what brand lip gloss I’m wearing But I’d never cheap out on foundation.
Until I saw bright orange packaging pimping Physician’s Formula SPF 50 powder foundation while buying eye drops.
Since I’m a blink away from wearing white gloves to protect my porcelain hands while I chauffeur my German Shepherd around in my 911, I’ll try anything SPF 50.
So I tried Physician’s Formula SPF 50 powder foundation. And while it’s not as refined as Givenchy’s formula, or dynamic as Senna Mineral Mix powder foundation, it’s only $15, and smooth enough that no one will know.
Especially if you’re a psycho like me that layers it with Laboratoire Remede Translucent UV Coat SPF 30 and Shiseido
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