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Artistry Skincare & Pamella Roland at New York Fashion Week

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This New York Fashion Week, I teamed up with Artistry® to test out their new Luxury Supreme LX skincare line and went backstage at the Pamella Roland Fashion show with them! I was able to chat with Artistry’s Global Makeup Artist, Rick DiCecca about his inspiration for the makeup looks and his skincare secrets for creating a healthy glowing complexion on all the models. I also chatted with Pamella backstage about the importance of staying on top of our skincare game as we age to protect and regenerate our skin, every chance we get. She mentioned that she too is a sun lover, and is always traveling to sunny warm climates for inspiration for her fashion designs. And, she believes that with the help of sun protection and powerful products, we should take steps be to very careful with our skin, especially as we reach our “Supreme Years” in life.
Checkout my video (above) to see all the exciting footage!

As for my personal experience with the new Supreme LX Skincare line, I’m loving the positive effects it’s having on fine lines around my eyes and laugh lines by my mouth. My skin has a more hydrated and healthy texture after just a few weeks of use, which isn’t always the case after a summer full of sun, surf and outdoor activities. I plan to keep up with a regular routine with their face and eye cream, and also take smart steps heading into colder dry months to protect my face for winter. What are some of your favorite skincare tips?

Follow along on my Insta too for more posts and pics for achieving healthy glowing skin this month.

Thx to Artistry® for sponsoring this post! 

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