FINALLY, a new and powerful tinted moisturizer that offers SPF protection (full spectrum SPF31) to defend against indoor and outdoor daily aggressors. Easy to blend, it offers a hint of color while leaving the skin soft, hydrated, and prepped for makeup application.

They are organic and fragrance free, non-pore clogging and help prevent sunburn. We all must use a sunblock and a moisturizer. I invite you to give this new product a try. The feedback has been terrific!!

It comes in three different tones and costs $30. On sale for $27 this month only.

Nude- perfect for cool skin tones
Neutral --perfect for neutral skin tones
Peach -- perfect for warm skin tones

Also on sale this month--ALL Lipsticks $18 instead of $20.

Let me know if you want our new tinted moisturizer/sunblock and or your favorite or a new lipstick or gloss.

And know that men enjoy receiving a gift certificate for color analysis and/or silhouette analysis. Both are great Father's Day gifts.

I also have many beautiful earrings and necklaces all at 10% off their wholesale price. Come have a look and try our new tinted moisturizer with SPF.

I know that many of us would rather do almost anything other than shop for a bathing suit. However, the weather is "summery" and swimming pools are open, so it is a good time to make sure you have something suitable to wear-- in addition to the sun screen mentioned above.

Small Bust:
  • Look for a suit that provides a touch of padding, or an underwire that can create décolletage.
  • Horizontal stripes, smocking, and ruffles around the neckline can create the illusion of more width.
  • String bikinis work well for a small bosom (if you also have a flat abdomen.)
  • One-piece cutout suits create curves.
  • Avoid bandeau-style tops and dark colored tank styles as they diminish curves.
Large Bust:
  • Find a one-piece with some structure in the bust such as a shelf or built-in underwire bra.
  • Wide shoulder straps will be most comfortable.
  • If you want a bikini, look for styles that are banded around the midriff and can be tied in back and around the neck to provide some lift while allowing you to make adjustments for a personal fit. Halter tops may also work.
  • Avoid strapless or bandeau tops which offer little or no support.
  • Details like ruffles or shirring around the chest should also be avoided.
Bottom Heavy/Hippy:
  • Select suits with eye-catching tops and darker bottoms to draw attention away from the hips and rear.
  • High-cut bottoms lengthen legs and have a slimming effect.
  • Sarong, skirted or boy- short bottoms provide more coverage.
  • Avoid printed and light colored bottoms.
Tummy Issues or Thick Middle:
  • One-piece suits with side shirring, ruching, or built-in control panels hide belly bulges.
  • Diagonal lines, chevron patterns and dark side panels that curve in at the waist have slimming effects.
  • Suits with high lycra content provide more tummy control.
  • High-waisted bottoms flatter the midsection.
  • Avoid styles that cut across the body horizontally.
Heavy Arms:
  • Try halter-style suits. Bathing suits that tie around the neck create a flattering silhouette at the shoulder line that take attention away from your arms.
Long Torso:
  • Horizontal stripes and detailing across the midsection balance this figure.
  • Tankinis with high-cut bottoms are ideal. The horizontal break helps the body look better proportioned.
  • Cut-out one-piece suits break up the torso area.
  • Boy shorts and ruffled skirts work well.
  • Avoid one-piece suits that are too short in the body and styles with vertical stripes and high necks.
Short Torso:
  • Bikinis with bottoms that sit low on the hips help expose as much skin as possible in the torso area and create length.
  • One-piece suits with plunging necklines and or cut high on the thigh create a continual longer appearance.
  • Vertical stripes can visually lengthen the body.
  • Solid bottoms with printed tops draw the eye up and create a longer look.
  • Avoid high-waisted bikini bottoms and suits with horizontal stripes in the midsection. Also avoid boy shorts and skirted bottoms that will draw the eye down and shorten you

To keep your swimsuit looking like new, it should fit snug and smooth allowing less room for pool chemicals and saltwater to do their damage. Rinse your suit with fresh water after each swim and wash occasionally with a mild cleanser. Always air dry your suit and try not to sit on abrasive surfaces like the edge of the pool. Wear a pareo, sarong or cover-up to protect your swimsuit fabric.

Things that can Ruin Your Clothing

Do not iron a garment right side out. Your clothing will end up shiny unless you turn it inside out.
Contrary to popular belief, do not douse a stain with club soda. The sodium in the water only makes the stain penetrate deeper into the fabric.
If you spill food on your clothing while eating out, do not wet your napkin and blot the stain. Restaurant napkins are usually soaked in bleach at a commercial laundry and the water can activate the bleach and discolor your clothes!

As your personal consultant, I am always pleased to take your orders directly by phone ( 202 338 8781) or by email (glassman.lynne@gmail.com) When you order this way, I can answer your questions and advise you on best options. I keep most products in stock and can mail them right out, adding only postage costs. You can mail me a check or pay by Venmo once you receive your products.

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