Animal print has become a classic neutral and is most popular in the fall. If you have cool coloring, you may not enjoy wearing gold and tan near your face. I choose more flattering saturated color solid tops and then use accessories to bring in a touch of animal print using bags, scarves, belts, or perhaps shoes.
My top is here. I am wearing a size small. My jeans are from a couple of years ago. Similar here. The silk scarf is old.
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The photos above from Sunday document a bad hair day, and I didn’t realize how bad until I started editing the images. I often let my hair air dry naturally, but if I use the wrong products, that can go very wrong. I hate to waste anything, so I had been hanging on to an expensive conditioner a stylist convinced me to buy. I finally used the last of it on Sunday. It was too heavy for my hair, so it never looked that good afterward. I returned to my Beautycounter Collection on Tuesday and used a vented brush to blow out the bangs a little. What a difference!
I will stick with what I know works best for me in the future. The collection above includes all my favorites. My hair has so much more body and shine when I use this shampoo and conditioner. The Beautycounter Body Wash and Lotion work together to keep my skin from becoming dry and flaky. I use the Body Wash with a clean fluffy cotton washcloth and apply the lotion immediately after my shower. In winter, I add oil before the lotion because my skin becomes very dry.
I remain loyal to my Countertime Regimen from Beautycounter, but when I was on vacation recently, I used some travel sizes of products leftover from a line I used in the past. The process made me realize how much better the Countertime products perform for me.
The first time I tried Beautycounter, I was thrilled with the delicate fragrance (if any) and the light texture of the products. The containers are frequently glass, and they use a minimal amount of packaging and plastic. Beautycounter never tests on animals. Formaldehyde and more than 1,500 other chemicals are never included in Beautycounter products. I have used the full line for almost three years. As a director with Beautycounter, I will receive a small commission when you shop from my links.