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Beauty | Our Favorite Beauty Products

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Beauty | Our Favorite Beauty Products Juan Enriquez

Style // June 3, 2013

Men will never understand the deep abiding love a woman can feel for a really good moisturizer. Sometimes finding the right beauty product -- that does just the trick -- is like finding gold. And once you do find your perfect arsenal of cosmetics, you’ll become a loyal fan. Because sharing is caring, we put together a list of the beauty products that we just couldn’t live without. 

Moisturizers We Can’t Live Without

Lindsey J: Firming Night Cream with Pomegranate By The Body Shop -- it's the only night time moisturizer I've found that does not make me break out and really makes my skin appear smooth, hydrated and reduces fine lines.

Beth: Dior Tinted Moisturizer. I always look fresh, it has excellent coverage, and it doesn’t feel cakey.

Amanda: Neutrogena Ageless Intensives Deep Wrinkle Moisture SPF 20. It makes your face look instantly more refreshed and it's never too early to start fighting wrinkles. 

Our Favorite Toners

Lindsey Tewell: I LOVE Burt’s Bees Garden Tomato toner. It’s the best toner I have found and I really like that it uses natural ingredients. When I use it every day it works better for me then a blemish soap, I have much clearer skin.

Brook: I don't really wear make-up. However, I love Dove unscented bar soap for sensitive skin. It's the only thing I use to wash my face. My skin is really sensitive, so I like to keep it simple.

Serena: I love Biore triple action astringent. It cleans and minimizes pores while also reducing shine.

Jessica: Oil of Olay toner, because it makes my face feel extra clean before I moisturize and it's alcohol-free.

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Must-Have Mascaras

Lindsey D: Lancome Hypnose mascara. It makes my lashes look so long and full -- the before and after is night and day!

Amanda: Although I've yet to find a holy grail, oh-my-gosh-you-look-like-you're-wearing-fake-lashes mascara, I have gone through a lot of different brands trying to find it.  My current favorite is Smashbox's Full Exposure.  It has a full brush, smooth formula, and I haven't run into any problems with clumping. If its $20 price tag is a bit more than you want to spend, Maybelline Lash Stiletto remains my drugstore favorite.

Our Favorite Face Wash

Erika: Desert Essence Thoroughly Clean Face Wash -- all natural, high-quality ingredients means my face stays smooth and clean with very minimal product required to take off the day's dirt and makeup.

Serena: Clinique Face Soap is my must have face wash. It keeps my skin clear and squeaky clean.

What are your favorite beauty products? Let us know in the comments below!


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Made Woman Magazine was founded in 2009 by Lindsey Day and Serena Watson. Troubled by the lack of diverse representations of females in magazines, they set out with a unique vision to create a platform for young professional women to connect and grow together. Together, they built the Made Woman team: a collective of strong, witty and opinionated women devoted to writing about the issues that affect women's daily lives. More than two years later, Made Woman is becoming a lifestyle brand focused on spreading positivity, humor, and relevant information throughout the digital world and beyond.

Made Woman Magazine was founded in 2009 by Lindsey Day and Serena Watson. Troubled by the lack of diverse representations of females in magazines, they set out with a unique vision to create a platform for young professional women to connect and grow together. Together, they built the Made Woman team: a collective of strong, witty and opinionated women devoted to writing about the issues that affect women's daily lives. More than two years later, Made Woman is becoming a lifestyle brand focused on spreading positivity, humor, and relevant information throughout the digital world and beyond.

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