Its award season in Hollywood and every week there seems to be an endless parade of perfect people on the red carpet. While its certainly true that many of these celebs are winners of the lucky gene pool– and they have a pit crew of people to work on their hair, make-up and gowns. But according to my actress friend and her stylist, red carpet perfection rests on four easy, quick and best of all, affordable steps. And I found it really cool that three of the four were steps I had already tried out in my anti-aging journey.
Total costs for the home grown Red Carpet Routine is about $100 in NYC– and probably less in other parts of the country. And you don’t have to save it just for weddings and Bar- Mitzahs. These four steps are a great prep for a job interview, first date, blind date, high school school reunion … Continue Reading… →
So here I am with no make-up on in a photo taken early in the morning. There’s good news and bad news about my aging issues. The good news is that I don’t have all 12 of the dirty dozen. The bad news? I’v got seven of them.
1. Pallor— that greenish skin tone is not the fault of my camera or your computer screen. My skin is sallow and pale. I’m one of those people that actually use up cakes of bronzer and blush, scraping my brush down to get out every last bit of color.
Solution: My skin is pale because my circulation has slowed. One of the great benefits of Retin A is that it stimulates blood flow. I’ve been told that I should see a pinker tone in … Continue Reading… →