Shop butter LONDON here.
This just in from butter LONDON! The new Colour Clash Collection contains six fabulous shades in fun, bold hues. Designed for mixing and matching, you can create endless looks and designs with these unique, dramatic colors. These swingin' shades remind us of the 70's! So groovy!
Cake Hole: Neon opaque pink - named after the British slang for "mouth".
Cotton Buds: Solid white - makes a fabulous base color for any bright polish to make it pop.
Giddy Kipper: Indigo shimmer - named after the regional term for "someone that is overly excited".
Pimms: Bright sunflower yellow - named after the popular gin-based liqueur.
Silly Billy: Fire orange - named after a British fair clown.
Wellies: STAFF FAVORITE! Grass green - named after the popular English rain boot.
Keep your mani/pedi looking fabulous by pairing these shades with the butter LONDON Top & Tails Value Set. This base and top coat set helps to seal-in your polish, prevent chips and cracks, and enhance shine.
A lot of products slip under the radar in the beauty industry, which is why we are launching our new 'Hidden Gems' segment here at the b-glowing.com Magazine. We are excited to recognize our staff favorites, and give them the attention they deserve!
Shop Philip B here.
This week's hidden gem is Philip B Russian Amber Imperial Shampoo. This luxurious, reconstructing shampoo has been hailed for its ability to rejuvenate and revitalize damaged locks, giving them bounce, shine, and body. Formulated for all hair types, you will be amazed at how this product can transform your tresses after just one use!
Why We're Shouting About This Shampoo:
"Whenever I use the Russian Amber shampoo it is a guaranteed good hair day. I like to call it 'Cinderella hair'. My hair feels super clean, but not dried out, and also smells really beautiful." - b-glowing.com Customer Service Director, Katelyn
Philip B Russian Amber Imperial Shampoo is perfectly paired with the Russian Amber Imperial Conditioning Creme.
As the temperature increases outside, so does the amount of oil and sweat our bodies produce during the day. We've polled our b-glowing.com beauty experts to provide you with their top tips and tricks to control shine this season.
Adjust Your Face Wash:
If you are noticing an oilier complexion, we recommend changing up your skincare routine, starting with your daily wash. Creamier cleansers, formulated for hydration, are great for dryer winter months, but in the summertime switch to something more lightweight with oil-controlling ingredients. We recommend Erno Laszlo Oil-Control Cleansing Bar to balance your skin and keep oil at bay.
Don't Skimp on the Moisturizer:
Even if you are feeling oily, it's still important to moisturize after cleansing your face. Moisturizers act as a barrier between your pores and your makeup, and can also provide SPF protection and other skincare benefits like anti-aging treatment and, in this case, oil-control. Peter Thomas Roth Max Anti-Shine Mattifying Gel absorbs shine and controls excess oil and sweat throughout the day, without over-drying the skin. We love this as a primer for makeup. Great for men too!
Lighten Your Makeup Load:
In hotter temps, heavy foundation can melt into pores, increasing oil production and causing breakouts. In the summer season, reach for lightweight makeup formulas like tinted moisturizers or sunscreens. One of our favorites is Jouer Cosmetics Matte Moisture Tint. Available in multiple shades, this oil-free, water resistant, mattifying tinted moisturizer controls shine, and contains SPF 15 protection against harmful UVA and UVB rays.
Tempted to touch-up? Beware! Piling on additional layers of powder not only looks cakey, but can contribute to even more oil production, and clogged pores. Before you reach for that compact, try a disposable blotting paper instead. One of our favorites is the Evening Aburatorigami Blotting Papers by Tatcha. These all-natural, charcoal-infused papers leave no residue on the skin, and won't disturb your makeup. With 40 sheets per pack, you can touch-up-and-trash, without spreading oil or bacteria around.