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Shirley Pinkson – co-founder of W3LL PEOPLE – ensures that all of her products are safe and sustainable, but she considers performance first when formulating the products. Shirley was a long-time makeup artist for popular department store brands before she founded W3LL PEOPLE, so she knows what products actually work, and she knows what colors women want! Shirley visited our South End shop for a "Meet the Maker" event last week and shared some of her favorite makeup tips.
Have you seen Well+Good's Boston Healthy City Guide that was released earlier this week? We wrote a post about Boston being healthy back in 2013 -- we're certainly excited to see others catch on to all the good stuff happening in our great city. Read on for more about the city guide and Tara's dream wellness day.
Beautiful, inside and out. That is the only way to describe the amazing Trish Alkaitis, daughter of Dr. Saul Alkaitis, and brand director for his skincare company. What an honor it was to have Trish up to Boston for a "Meet the Maker" event and team training this week. I was personally so enthusiastic to see Trish again, as she was the very first brand representative I met with to learn about healthy beauty products, back in 2009!
Nothing -- I mean, nothing! -- is working in favor of our skin this New England winter. It's frigid, windy, and usually snowing outdoors. It's extremely dry indoors. Our skin -- especially on extremities like face, lips, and hands -- is chapped. Chapped dry skin doesn't look or feel good now, and it leads to premature aging down the line.
We've compiled our top tricks for keeping chapped winter skin at bay. Some of these might seem like common sense on their own, but when combined they help keep skin it's best through winter's worst.