Chantal Moore’s Balanced Beauty: Kjaer Weis Mascara
While I am no expert in makeup, there is one solid rule I know to be true: curled lashes and mascara can make an enormous difference in your wide-eyed and alluring days! My conundrum has consistently been how to find a mascara that actually works yet isn’t full of chemical irritants that make my eyes puffy and defeat the beautifying purpose. Today, celebrity makeup artist and balanced beauty expert Chantal Moore
brings us the green-and-chicest mascara from Kjaer Weis!
: ” I get asked constantly about natural, non toxic mascara that performs. Thankfully, progressive cosmetic lines are producing amazing options these days. This Kjaer Weis mascara is super black, long lasting, nourishes, lengthens, defines, all the while being beautifully 99.8% organic sourced. The shiny silver packaging is gorgeous and sleek- the wand feels great in the hand and easily coats every single hard to reach lash adding definition and length. This mascara layers really well for those that love to layer on multiple coats. Plus, this lovely mascara container can be refilled once the product runs out (about 3 months-which is the duration for which you should toss out that old mascara anyway)- guarding against that dreaded bacterial growth that takes place over time. Also- have you ever had a mascara that actually smelled good? Bonus to this Kjaer Weis mascara- it smells like ROSES! Learn more here.
Chantal Moore works closely with some of the biggest names in music, fashion and film. Her beauty and makeup advice regularly appears in such magazines as InStyle and Glamour, and she has appeared on television as a beauty expert for E! Entertainment Television, The Style Network and Fine Living Network. In 2009, she became Beauty Editor for the online lifestyle magazine Tangerine Living. In 2010, Chantal appeared on the MSN.com Kellogg’s Special K-sponsored series The Victory Project as resident Beauty Expert. If you want to read much more of Chantal Moore’s genius tips and grounded, gorgeous beauty philosophy, you can watch videos of her in action on her website. You can also keep up with her daily on Twitter and Facebook.