Beauty Scientists Reveal the Products that Really Work

screen-shot-2016-09-15-at-11-05-32-amThe brains behind the beauty products I love and adore, beauty scientists are my heroes. They’re the ones who think up, concoct, and test all the lipsticks, shampoos, and skin creams that make it into my life. For the September issue of Dr. Oz’s The Good Life magazine, I spoke with the top beauty scientists in the business (from brands like Lancôme, Olay, and Nexxus) to find out the products really work, new technology that’s on the horizon (organic flower-derived makeup pigments!) and what their personal favorites are. Secrets of Beauty Scientists

Why Testing Foundation On Your Hand Is A Bad Idea

WP_000247Years of walking out of shops and beauty closets with the wrong shade of foundation have taught me that just because a makeup color blends seamlessly on the back of your hand, that doesn’t mean it’s the right match for your face. And now I have scientific proof why! I dragged myself to the Hollywood & Highland mall/tourist trap yesterday morning because the huge Sephora emporium there was demonstrating their new Sephora + Pantone Color IQ—a cutting-edge technology that promises to help you choose the right shade of foundation without even having to swatch a product on your face. How do they do it?

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