ANTI-AGING BEACH NAKEUP and dress couture!!!

How can you look sexy at the beach while you’re sweating and lounging about in the sun? Here’s what I’d highly recommend:
It cosmetics cc cream for natural, Poreless full coverage that’s sweat proof with SPF 50 and dark spot lightening treatment!
It’s all natural and paraben and cruelty free!

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For even lighter coverage with the same SPF 50 and hydrolyzed collagen, hylauronic acid, and gorgeous finish, try the cc+veil spf50 in a compact form:

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On your gorgeous body NOTHING feels or looks better and more flattering than MICHELLE JONAS beachy couture dresses, tops, shorts, and bathing suit covers:

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I LOVE MIJO dresses! I’ve been doing makeup for her catalogue shoots and special clients like Heather Graham. Here’s our most recent shoot:

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Safer cosmetics for a safer tomorrow!!

Check this out from the campaign for Safe Cosmetics!!!!!:
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Dear Victoria,

Because of supporters like you, we can celebrate some amazing accomplishments in 2013, and with your ongoing support, we’ll continue to work for safer cosmetics in 2014. Here’s a sampling of what we accomplished this year with your help:

Over 50,000 cancer survivors and safe cosmetics supporters demanded that Revlon take cancer-causing chemicals out of its makeup.
The world’s largest retailer Walmart announced it will no longer sell cosmetics or cleaners made with certain toxic chemicals.
Target launched a new standard to promote safer personal care products.
The world’s largest consumer products company Procter & Gamble agreed to globally phase out triclosan and DEP.
Johnson & Johnson made good on its promise to remove toxic chemicals from its children’s bath products in all the countries where it does business.
Congress introduced the Safe Cosmetics and Personal Care Products Act of 2013, groundbreaking legislation that would phase out toxic ingredients and strengthen FDA oversight of the $50 billion cosmetics industry.
Your gift today will allow us to continue this exciting and critical work in 2014 so that we can protect the health of consumers and workers by getting dangerous chemicals out of cosmetics and personal care products.

We hope you’ll join us in celebrating these victories as we ring in the new year. Cheers to a year of happiness to all of you and even greater successes in 2014!

Warmly,
Janet, Sarada, Margie, Cindy, Jamie, Shannon and all of us at the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics

P.S. Your donation today is an investment in a less toxic future. Please give generously.

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