Fall skincare and beauty feels like a fresh start for our faces. With the kids back in school, you have more than 30 seconds to get back into a skincare routine…and maybe even put on some makeup! But where to start? We asked Kari Molvar, a mom of two girls (10 and 8) and regular contributor on beauty and wellness to publications like T: The New York Times Magazine, Vogue and Forbes to share her picks for Fall 2021, from the one face cream you should invest in to the perfect lip gloss for every day.
What are your go-to skincare products for Fall?
Earth Tu Face Palmarosa + Aloe Cleanser: I’m very picky about cleansers! I hate washing my face so I need a cleanser that feels like a treat to apply and encourages me not to skip this step. This cleanser removes the grime and makeup with a gentle foam and has the most beautiful scent I have ever encountered—it’s like burying your nose in a field of flowers!
Inkey List Brighten-i Eye Cream: This affordable ($10!) eye cream is super soothing, calms down puffiness, and has a metal-tip applicator that you glide under your eyes to apply—it feels like getting a massage!
And for makeup – what are your busy mom, beauty secret weapons?
Westman Atelier Super Loaded Tinted Highlighter: Highlighter can be tricky to get right. This formula has a tiny bit of metallic finish to it that illuminates your skin without looking obvious — I also pat it on my cheeks, lips and eyelids for a multi-tasking fix on the go.
ManiMe: I recently wrote about my obsession with ManiMe gel nail stickers. This season, I’m craving nail art and these custom-fit designs look super realistic. I wear mine for weeks and never have to worry about chipping, which is key for a busy mom who can’t run to the nail salon for touch-ups.
Are there any trend you’re seeing for Fall 2021 that you think everyone can (and should) try?
What ingredients should you be looking for in products as the weather cools?
Are there any common myths of fall skincare or makeup?
If you could splurge on *one* skincare product for fall and *one* beauty item, what would it be?
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