Want to perk up your spring beauty routine? Here's four products I've recently added into my regimen and am loving:
Living Proof 5-in-1 Styling Treatment: I'll admit, I tend to ignore my tresses - skincare and makeup simply interest me more, but with the recent change in my hair color (hello, highlights!), I've vowed to step up my hair game. A pea-sized amount of the 5-in-1 product is all you need to tame unruly hair, making it smoother and easier to style, overall. Whether my hair is slick straight, curled, or blown out, I feel like it just looks better - and in my opinion, any product that does that, is worth hanging onto.
Ultra CHI Tropical Splash Iron: In addition to stepping up my hair game with product, I've been focused on finding the right tools, too. A good rule of thumb when shopping for any sort of hair tool is to search for those with tourmaline technology - it will help to prevent frizz, protect the hair and boost shine after each use. I love the punchy, vibrant color in this specific iron, but if it's not your style - there's 6 designs in their new collection to choose from.
Sigma Ethereal Radiance Brush Set: I often get asked what type of brushes to invest in, and as of late, my answer has been Sigma. They're affordable, made up of great quality and offer up the most variety I've seen. The Ethereal Radiance set caught my eye instantly - I absolutely love the look of white handled brushes on my bathroom counter. E50 Large Fluff may just be my favorite from the bunch - I use it to highlight and contour smaller, tough to blend areas of the face (like the bridge of nose, cupids bow etc).
Sunday Riley's Good Genes Treatment: This supposed "miracle" treatment has been popping up all over my Instagram feed as of late and unfortunately, I could only get my paws on a sample. I kid you not when I say that every Sephora location I've stepped foot in has sold out of it, and after trying the sample, I can see why. The treatment instantly brightened my lackluster skin, leaving it hydrated and baby soft. With 6 months until I hit the big 30, I'll definitely be revisiting it for long-term use.