‘Fall’ in love… Pumpkins and Lips

Its official, summer is long gone and we’ve officially transitioned from sunkissed summer days to warm cozy sweaters and pumpkin latte’s.   Are you as excited as I am?! It’s hard to say good by to summer but I love the fall. Cooler weather, gorgeous leaves and yummy treats! Who doesn’t want to curl up in a blanket with a pumpkin cookie and a good book.

Fall is in the air and there is so much to love. The leaves are turning, the air is crisp and our favorite spiced pumpkin drinks and treats are back! A change in the season also brings an opportunity to try change in our looks. Whether is a new pair of cute boots, a fresh new hair color, or a new signature smell, now is the time to go for it!

Maybe you’re not ready to give into your favorite sweater or puffy jacket but what about fall colors! With changing seasons comes changing trends and we go from sunkissed hair and light colored lips to darker complexions and suave colors.

Here’s our ideas for fall….

Try a new shade of highlights in your hair. Trade out your sunkissed blondes for some warm red undertones or some gold transitions. Lip shades of browns and mauves are the perfect fall color for lips. Try these hydrating lip colors from our Powerlips Fluid line and keep your lips hydrated during the changing seasons.

Fall is the perfect time to repair any sun damaged caused to your skin from all that summer fun. For your facial needs we recommend our Polishing Peel. Its like having a microdermabrasion facial at home and it removes the top layer of your skin using Pumpkin enzymes allowing for new skin to shine through.

Get cozy with new and old sweaters and don’t be scared of patterns. I hear they are coming in strong this season. Neutral colors are always a safe bet but pair them with a bold blue or a deep maroon and you are golden!

Its always fun to spice up your looks with each new season.   Add to you’re your favorite pumpkin spice drink and we are ready to fall in love all over again!

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