I love answering the questions you all send my way, and that's how this Twin Cities Live segment came together. I received a few different questions over Instagram and Facebook about how to layer products. Which comes first, moisturizer or serum? Should bronzer go on before blush? And what's up with lipliner: put it on before lipstick or after? We tackled those questions and more!
Do you have a different approach to any of these techniques? I'd love to hear more about that.
On today's Twin Cities Live beauty segment, I shared with Steve and Elizabeth my picks for green beauty products worth a try and those, comparatively, worth a pass. It was a lot of fun - and a little surreal - to be back on set after taking some time away from the show. It honestly felt as though I hadn't been away for even a moment.
One of the floor producers took this picture for me and...I mean...doesn't it just kind of sum up everything wonderful about the show? Steve has clearly said something brilliant. Elizabeth is very impressed by his knowledge of green beauty. And I just think it's all pretty funny.
I'm scheduled to be on the show again July 1st and am currently brainstorming topic ideas. Anything in particular you'd like to see? Let me know in the comments.
To celebrate my return to Twin Cities Live after a hiatus (does two and half years count as a hiatus?), it only seems fitting to give away some of the products featured on today's segment. I talked about Han Skincare Cosmetics blush - both cream and powder formulas - because they're pigmented, easy to work with, the packaging is cute, the shade range is beautiful, and they're affordable.
From left to right: Lip & Cheek Tint in shades Rose Berry, Pink Peony, Coral Hibiscus and Cherry Cosmos; Pressed Blush in shades Bloom, Glory and Coral Candy.
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Since 2012, Sara Bartlett has shared her enthusiasm for makeup, skincare and haircare with the Twin Cities Live audience. When not testing the latest beauty gimmick or breakthrough product, Sara is obsessively adding books to her hold list at the library. She lives in Minneapolis.