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Spring Beauty Product Must Haves: Put Your Self First

PYF_Babble_Spring_Beauty_Product_MustsI spent this past week in San Diego with my small people.  We were visiting my parents for Easter and Spring Break.  I loved every single second of it: the warmer temperatures, wearing flip flops, the blue skies, the blooming flowers, and of course, visiting the beach.

Returning to the Midwest was tempered by the fact that I can FEEL that Spring is truly right around the corner. (Right, Mother Nature?)  I no longer trust that lying Groundhog… I’m sticking to asking the woman in charge.  I am starting to see the buds on trees and soon the tulips will be out in full force.  This season is definitely one of my favorites.  Everything feels so fresh, so new.  I can’t help but be inspired.

Naturally, this means I head in to my closet and in to my make up cabinet to take a renewed look at everything that makes me feel my very best.  Now that I have topped 40, I’m very protective of my skin – especially during the sunniest months of the year – but that doesn’t mean I don’t still love that outdoor-sun-kissed look my face always reflected when I was younger.

Just for fun, I thought we’d chat about the Spring Beauty Products you must keep handy as the temperatures begin to heat up.  And don’t forget to share with me your absolute favorites (you know you have some that I didn’t put on my list!)

Well, those are mine…. what are yours?  What do you HAVE to keep handy as we jump from the 40′s and 50′s in to those glorious 70′s?

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