Friday, December 31, 2004
Fashion Forward: Cosmetics
To really get this New Year started right, it's important to put your freshest face forward. In tonight's fashion forward report, Shireen Sandoval shows us it's not just about the clothes, it's also about the cosmetics.
WSVN -- In 2005, if you want to turn heads, you got to look your best from head to toe.
Sissy Demaria of Spa Internazional: "People want to look their best. You have the great shoes, the great bag, the great glasses, but you need a great face to go with it."
At Spa Internazionale, they say the latest trend is to go au natural.
Sissy: "Whether it's natural makeup or natural moisturizers and cleansers, it's very hot right now."
One of the hottest on the market: Cosmesis. From facial cleansers to exfoliates to moisturizers and more, with a yummy cumquat smell, it's no wonder they call it a spa in a bottle.
Sissy: "You feel like when you are putting it on yourself that you feel like you are getting a spa treatment because it smells so nice."
But the spa treatment doesn't end there. At Elizabeth Arden in Burdines-Macy's in Dadeland, you can get a virtual makeover. It uses a computerized to blend together your perfect foundation.
Tammy Martin-Davis of Burdines-Macy's: "With the foundations you can get full, medium, to sheer coverage, you can change the way you want it to look, you can customize it."
But no fashion forward face is complete without luscious lips. And at prescriptive, there are hundreds of colors to choose from.
Tammy: "The possibilities are endless they go to infinity to beyond."
Within minutes you can create a color from scratch or recreate a discontinued shade. You can even choose your own flavor
Tammy: "At Prescriptive they have vanilla mint or sparkling champaigne, so how cool is that."
And when you get the virtual makeover they will also suggest looks to match. Everything from eye shadows to blush shades.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Cosmesis Skin Care
Burdines-Macy's at Dadeland