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I teamed up with Good Housekeeping magazine to share tips on getting a naturally gorgeous look with five sheer products. Learn how to fake a tan, brighten eyes, and define lashes using rich colors applied lightly. A super-light formula creates glowing skin that still shows through.
Photography by Peter Rosa/Studio D, hair by Adam Maclay, model: Jill De Jong, and makeup by me!
See the full story in the August issue of Good Housekeeping or read the online version here: http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/beauty/makeup/no-makeup-look
I teamed up with TeeWii.com to share my tips on my favorite travel beauty products and how to use them. When it comes to traveling its hard to to choose from all your favorite makeup & hair products. Be sure to grab the essentials and leave the rest behind. It’s always great to bring a travel-sized kit because you never know what your hotel will give you.
Find out my top picks for travel-sized kits, haircare, and more at: http://teewii.com/andrew-sotomayor-shares-his-favorite-travel-beauty-products/
I teamed up with Good Housekeeping to share my tips on taking makeup from day to night! When transitioning your makeup from work to a night out, these pro tips will help amp up your look for any occasion.
Here’s a sneak peek:
“For your morning-to-night makeover, keep it simple. For daytime, a single eye shadow, eyeliner, and mascara is all you need, says makeup artist Andrew Sotomayor. For evening sizzle, tweak your application and add a dash of sparkly color.”
Read the story in the July issue or online, here: http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/beauty/makeup/day-to-night-makeup
How clean are your cosmetics? Get my tips to keep bacteria at bay, at “Lipstick” the new beauty blog by Glamour.
Beauty 101: KEEP YOU MAKEUP CLEAN. I shared my tips with Glamour’s makeup blog, Lipstick.com on how to keep makeup sanitized and brushes clean. Creamy products like foundation and mascara need to be replaced regularly, and brushes should be cleaned properly.
One product I always use in my kit (and suggest everyone uses at home) is Beauty So Clean cosmetic sanitizing spray:
“It’s something every makeup artist should be using between every use, and on your products at home, a quick spritz daily, once a week, or whenever you clean your brushes should do. Remember that brushes can harbor bacteria, so clean them often with gentle soap like Dr Bronner’s”
Read the full story here: http://www.glamour.com/lipstick/blogs/girls-in-the-beauty-department/2014/06/3-easy-ways-to-disinfect-your.html