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By the time some of you true Twihards out there read this, you’ll have already seen the highly-anticipated final flick in the Twilight series. And, if you’ve been paying attention to all of the hoopla surrounding the release of this film, then you probably know that the lovely Dakota Fanning showed up at the premiere as a brunette. What do you think of her new hair color?
I think it definitely adds a level of sophistication to her look. And, the makeup she sported was the perfect complement to her new hue. One of my in-the-know friends gave me scoop how to copy her look. Here’s the breakdown:
Dermalogica Age Smart SkinPerfect Primer SPF 30, $48. (Love this stuff!)
It’s the perfect makeup look for day or night. A classic go-to.
I’m always in need of a de-stressing trick (or five), and I suffer from chronic headaches and migraines. That’s why I was thrilled when Annet King, the director of global education for the International Dermal Institute, introduced me to the new Dermalogica Overnight Repair Serum, $60 while at the same time showing me a few key headache-relieving/calming acupressure moves.
I decided to photograph myself doing each of them so you could copy them at home — to burn off the stress in your life. Don’t judge though, I had to use the computer camera for these, so they’re not pretty.
Here’s what I did: I applied four drops of the serum (as recommended) to my skin. It is infused with botanical oils like Jasmine, Rose, Ylang-Ylang, Geranium, Rosemary, Cinnamon and Neroil — phew — that was quite a list. And, in addition, it contains an active peptide and hyaluronic acid to help promote collagen production and hydrate the skin. So basically this product is a spirit-calming, anti-aging multitasker. Just what the doctor ordered. Here are the acupressure points I then pushed on:
Acupoint No. 1: Press on your temples to help relieve headaches and aid in relaxation.
Acupoint No. 2: Press on the inner corners of your eyes. This helps relieve sinus pressure, headaches and even swelling around the eyes.
Acupoint No. 3: Press on the little indentation under your brow — right on the bone. Again, this helps relieve headaches and sinus pressure.