New Post on The Fairest: Clinque Even Better Skin Tone Correcting Moisturizer SPF 20

Happy Monday, gals!

Did you have a good weekend? Mine was spent cleaning my apartment (had some very important visitors–more on that later) and hanging with glamman. My friend Lauren and I saw Inglorious Basterds, which, while I thought it was well done and was totes Tarantino, I found it to be 60% satisfying when I felt it could have been, say, 90% satisfying. Anyway. Head on over to The Fairest to check out my review of Clinque Even Better Skin Tone Correcting Moisturizer SPF 20.

Fall is my favorite season in New York, though it’s pretty short. It consists of October and maybe half of November before full-on freezing cold winter begins and I need to bust out my wind-proof skin care regimen. But, I find hydration of medium intensity is harder to identify in the beauty space. The world is your oyster if you’re looking for super light oil free formulas or, at the other end of the spectrum: rich, anti-aging or deeply moisturizing creams.

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