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Spring Edition 2017

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HEAD START Lynne

HEAD START Lynne Sanders, cosmetic scientist and founder of bespoke British beauty brand Cosmetics à La Carte, discusses teenage make-up. I believe make-up is about confidence and feeling good about ourselves no matter what our age. Teenagers are so naturally beautiful, but a careful skincare regime should always be the first step to give their complexion an advantage into their 20s and beyond. 1. Choose cleansing lotions, or micellar waters, which remove impurities but also moisturise, followed by a hydrating and soothing rinse such as our Rosewater Tonic. 2. Exfoliate gently two to three times a week to guard against breakouts. Unless recommended by a doctor, choose natural over acid-based facial scrubs as these can cause sensitivity. 3. I recommend the same cleansing routine for boys, though they may prefer a different fragrance. It is also crucial to keep razors sharp, and phone screens clean to prevent bacteria entering pores. 4. Eyebrows are a key feature of anyone’s face and it is often what teenagers experiment with first. Experiencing professional eyebrow maintenance early on, such as threading or shaping, is a superb way to learn without risking over-plucking. It is hugely helpful for fair-haired teens to learn how to draw in otherwise invisible eyebrows with a pencil or ink, such as our award-winning Brow Ink. 5. Experimenting with make-up is tremendous fun, but there are some basic principles which we can teach from the outset. Knowing these skills enables young people to choose when to make a statement or to perfect a natural look. This generates valuable confidence as they go on into higher education and work. 6. Young complexions benefit from light, oil-free products to minimise blocked pores. An oil-free tinted moisturiser such as Sheer Tint balances redness, hydrates and protects the skin with mineral SPF. Using a foundation brush or sponge will ensure light application and the most natural appearance. 7. A light-reflective, sheer concealer such as Secret Light downplays the dark circles caused by exams. A higher pigment concealer like Undercover can tackle breakouts on the face. 8. For persistent problems like acne, always go to a dermatologist. Wearing make-up is still possible, but choose oil and preservative-free formulas like "Keep phone screens clean to prevent bacteria entering pores" Cover Tint Flawless Touch Foundation. 9. For a polished yet age-appropriate look, try a wash of colour across the eyelid, offset with a statement line along the lashes. Light pastels with a subtle shimmer such as our Shimmer Outliner in Shell or Breeze, paired with a dark grey or brown pencil, work well for both brown and blue eyes. Sheer Balm lipsticks are ideal pairings, which enhance features without ageing the look. 10. At other times, be adventurous with a bright liner such as Shimmer Outliner in Dragonfly. Or wear a dark grey or black flick mascara with a pretty pink gloss such as Lip Lacquer in Lychee. What make-up to wear, for teens and adults alike, is ultimately a choice for the individual, which is why we offer a bespoke service and all Cosmetics à la OFFERS! Enter our prize draw to win... The Head Start for one teen and a friend. Write to order@cosmeticsalacarte.com with your name and contact details before 31st May 2017, when the winner will be selected at random. PLUS, purchase a Head Start voucher before 31st July 2017, quoting code SN17-ALC, and receive a cash spend voucher of £25 to use during your lesson. wwww.cosmeticsalacarte.com Carte products can be flawlessly blended to match the individual’s unique skin colour and tone, avoiding embarrassing mistakes and enhancing natural beauty. The Head Start lesson is designed specifically around the needs of younger people and gives them a chance to learn about make-up application, discover the looks that suit their skin tones and colourings and above all, feel great about the way they look. 10 www.schoolnotices.co.uk www.schoolnotices.co.uk 11

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