The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel gets her own lipstick

Revlon introduces limited edition lipstick collection inspired by the popular Amazon series.

Revlon has partnered with Amazon to create a lipstick collection for its popular series, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”. The Marvelous Super Lustrous Collection includes two lipstick trios, “Take The Stage Reds” and “Stand Up Nudes”. Both sets will be available on Amazon.com while supplies last.

The (I may get a commission from this link) “Take The Stage Reds” collection includes Fire & Ice, Certainly Red, and Cherries in the Snow, one of Revlon’s oldest and most popular shade. Cherries in the Snow was mentioned by Midge in Season 1 of the series.

The (I may get a commission from this link) Stand-Up Nudes trio includes three universal nude shades; Pink Truffle, Blushing Mauve and Rum Raisin-another Revlon original. Midge Maisel embodies a Revlon girl from the 1950s making the collab a perfect fit for Revlon’s classic colors.

Each trio in The Marvelous Super Lustrous Collection is available exclusively on Amazon for $19.99 for each set. Watch Midge behind the Revlon counter in season 2 of  The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel on Amazon Prime Video.

 

Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa now open in College Park

Red Door fans now have a new place to spa in College Park. Elizabeth Arden opened its newest relaxation outpost in The Hotel at The University of Maryland on May 19, 2018. Conveniently located a 7777 Baltimore Ave., visitors and students can get primped and pampered by the award-winning spa experts.

The 5,200 square-foot spa and salon is located on the hotel’s fourth floor and includes 6 treatment rooms, 1 couples’ treatment room, hair salon and comfy pedicure and manicure stations. The treatment menu has a variety of relaxing services including massages, facials, body scrubs and wraps, manicures, pedicures and waxes. Get a haircut, color or blowout in the full service salon. In a hurry? Mini 20 minute services start at just $70.

Red Door College Park is open 7 days a week and services can be booked online. Red Door also offers 20% off product and services 7 days a week to all Active Duty, Retiree, Veteran, National Guard, Reservist and U.S. Coast Guard personnel!

 

 

Pantene Foam Conditioner, a review

Pantene Foam Conditioner, $5.99

My hair is in the category of fine and thin, so when I saw this foam conditioner in the store I decided to give it a try.  The Pantene Foam Conditioners come in six variations that match other Pantene product lines. I like the Classic Clean line so I bought the foam version.

To use the foam, shampoo first and then dispense a palm full into your hand. Work it through your hair from root to tip and rinse. I found the foam easy to dispense and apply, but it was hard to tell if it penetrated all the hair.  When I dried my hair it kind of felt like when you go to a hotel and use that tiny bottle of conditioner. My hair was straw-like in certain patches and didn’t feel anything like when I use regular Pantene Conditioner.

Pantene released these foam conditioners about six months ago and they are still trying to get them to catch on. They might work better for someone with shorter hair or people that really don’t like thick conditioners. Right now you can get a buy-one-get-one free coupon that work on the foams and the micellar shampoos and conditioners at PG&E and coupons.com.

Three face masks to rescue winter skin under $25

Winter can be hard on your skin. Cold weather outside coupled with heat inside buildings can create dryness, itchy skin and sallowness.  My usual treatment go-tos are tissue and hydrogel masks, but putting them on in the winter makes you feel like you’re in a cryotherapy booth. Here are three products that will soothe winter skin without making you feel like you dunked your face in ice water.

Yes To Miracle Oil Calm & Sooth Primrose Oil Mud Mask, $3.29 (I may get a commission from this link)

This pink tinted mud mask is made with youth inducing evening primrose oil, meadowfoam oil, aloe and  rosemary leaf extract. It  soothes and hydrates skin. leaving behind a faint rosewater scent. Each packet can easily produce least two mask sessions. Find them at Ulta and CVS stores.

Biore Self Heating One Minute Mask, $7.49 (I may get a commission from this link)

This mask is perfect to use after a day out in the cold. Just peel the tab and feel the mask heat up on your fingers. Natural charcoal helps to draw out impurities and blackheads while heat soothes your skin. Note: This mask is more effective and easier to remove in the shower.

Laneige Water Sleeping Mask, $25

I got a sample of this mask, tore through it and went to buy the full size.  Laneige Water Sleeping Mask has this “Moisture Wrap” technology that creates a barrier to hold in moisture for eight hours. You can use it with your favorite overnight moisturizer or by itself. I like to cleanse with PIXI Glow Tonic first to keep oily skin at bay, and then apply the Water Sleeping Mask. The directions say to use it two-three times a week, but if my skin is really dried out and needs a good plump, I use it everyday. Get it at Sephora or Laneige.com.

An easy fix for those holiday breakouts

The holidays can wreak havoc on your skin. Too much sugar, alcohol and stress can cause unwanted blemishes to pop up on your skin, right before a big party. I discovered this little gem at CVS you can use to both reduce a pimple and hide it from the world (and your fingers).

Peach Slices Acne Spot Dots are tiny plastic-like dots made with hydrocolloid and work like those blister band aids. The dot is applied over the pimple, disguises it and draws out the fluid, decreasing inflammation and shortening the life of the pimple. They are supposed to last for eight hours but if you have a larger, more active pimple, you made need to use them more frequently . Spot Dots are also very helpful if you are a picker and will help heal dry spots on your face.

Each package contains 30 dots of different sizes and retails for $3.49. I got mine at CVS in the K Beauty section, but you can get them online at peachandlily.com.