During the course of my beauty ambassadorship with Neiman Marcus, I was introduced to a luxe beauty and skin brand that easily fits in to my busy lifestyle. Each of these products have completely different purposes, yet they all have one thing in common: my skin looks nothing less than radiant. From a lightweight primer to a translucent finishing powder, I’ve rounded up my go-to Eve Lom essentials.
Rescue Mask—This weekly complexion booster and treatment for stressed-out, sluggish skin is the perfect solution. Infused with camphor, almond and honey-infused Kaolin Clay, say goodbye to blotchy, irritable skin. On days when pesky pimples show up, this mask is my go-to skin decongestant.
Eve Lom Sheer Radiance Transulcent Powder—My beauty look isn’t complete until I’ve dusted this translucent powder on my skin for rose-like finish. I can list off all the cool technology and ingredients in this actively beneficial formula but the end result speaks for itself—a natural radiant finish and soft glow.
Flawless Radiance Primer—I’ve been avoiding primer all summer but with crisp temperatures underway, I feel more comfortable applying more makeup. Usually I apply some moisturizer before putting on my diet foundation (read: BB cream) but when I sampled this luxe makeup base, I was pleasantly surprised by this lightweight and hydrating formula. Brightening Sand Lily extract boosts complexion for a radiant finish and apparently helps treats dark spots.
Eve Lom Cleanser—This makeup remover and skin cleansing treatment is pretty steep in terms of price point but once you experience this formula, you’ll understand why. It’s not your typical cleanser. First, it’s a cleansing balm infused with four aromatic plant oils. Simply massage a small amount onto the face and neck onto dry skin (on top of your makeup) and hold the Muslin Cloth over the face and neck for a few seconds. The heat will open the pores and wash away the impurities.
Photography by Kate Ann
Neiman Marcus provided complimentary samples for review purposes. All opinions in this post are my own.