Fall in Love With Seed Satin Lip Gloss
Most people love fall because of pumpkin spice everything, apple picking, and crisp air with gorgeous leaves. While I love all of those fall favorites just as much as the next girl, one of my favorite things about fall is that it opens to the door to a whole new palette of rich makeup hues.
When I was working full-time as a makeup artist, fall was my favorite season because women wanted to experiment with berries, wines, aubergines or other bold lip colors.
When you see what colors are available in our Satin Lip Gloss collection, you will be sure to fall in love with our autumnal hues!
Purple Purple Please is a stunner and will be a fast favorite!
Here it is on Teresa, elementary teacher extraordinaire and mom to a little girl. Doesn't she wear it well?
I also love this shade and am wearing one light coat of it over bare lips:
And take a look at this beauty. Here is Bekr showing off Purple Purple Please:
Mandy is wearing Bordeaux Re-Me:
Our brand spankin' new shade is Attention, Please!
In the below video, I am wearing the BRAND NEW Attention, Please! gloss, which is a bold magenta meets fuchsia. I made the video last week for my own personal blog and in it the main topic is the Advanced Botanicals facial care regimen.
Mandy also stuns is this vivid shade!
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Also in Lately I've been paying more attention
Do you still use shaving cream from the drugstore?
Take a look at the back of the canister when you use it next time. Chances are, Triethanolamine and Propane are near the top of the ingredients listing.
- Triethanolamine is an emulsifier and pH adjuster; can be especially hazardous when combined with Diazolidinyl Urea. Studies have shown that a large number of cosmetics with TEA (short for Triethanolamine) are contaminated with Nitrosamines, which are carcinogenic. (source)
- Propane, a hydrocarbon, is a propellant. It helps give the product its mousse-like fluffy foam. It is extremely sensitizing to the lungs in moderate doses. It can be highly irritating to the skin, nasal passages and mucus membranes. More than 6,500 studies have been conducted on propane. It is a skin, lung, and eye irritant. (source)
We have shared many "hacks" using our products over the years. Before we had lip products, Rebecca would apply our body cream to her chapped lips. Before we came out with facial care, I used our fragrance free hand cream on dry patches. I use fragrance free body oil on my eye lashes to keep them shiny and as a cuticle oil, too.
Can Seed products be used on the hair? Yes, absolutely!
Our friend, Tori, uses our Soft Balm on her hair and Susan, one of our valued customers, shares this about our Body Oil:
"You should really include in your summary that this wonderful product is also amazingly healing for dry, brittle and frizzy hair! It has made a remarkable difference where no other product has. Thank you for commitment for excellence!"
Let's take a look at why people keep sharing their love of Seed for helping improve the look and condition of their hair.
Let's call this one Face Washing for Beginners - or maybe Face Washing 101. Sound silly? On the surface, it likely sounds ridiculous, but the fact is that most people are not washing their face the right way.
The way that you wash your face has a direct impact on the appearance of your skin. We're here to share 5 tips for better face washing.