Diva Debbi – Your Beauty and Fashion Consultant
By CynthiaRowlandLB on November 05, 2012
Debbi OShea has been writing her Beauty and Fashion Blog DivaDebbi since 2008. It is published by both TotalBeauty and Glam Media. She recently launched a second blog, Forty Four Forever. Debbi is the Brand Amabassador for La Peau Skincare, a Swiss brand that she is devoted to. Professionally, Debbi has been a Personal Shopper and Stylist for the last 20 years. She is a Polyvore addict and in her spare time, enjoys creating fashion sets to sharpen her eye and stay ahead of the trends (http://divadebbi.polyvore.com/). Her sets have already received almost 1 million views. Debbi also writes a monthly Fashion column for WAG Magazine, a life style Magazine for Westchester and Fairfield Counties.
DivaDebbi’s Top 4 Beauty Tips:
1. Get rid of your dead skin – a hand-held machine that helps exfoliate your face is super-cleansing. When used twice a day, it helps to not only remove the dead skin cells, but it will help your skin care products absorb better into your skin and make those products more effective.
2. Serums – the most effective types have a watery consistency. You should use your serum before you apply moisturizer.
3. Glycolic acid peels – this is essential to achieve glowy skin in a gentle way. Not only does it help firm your skin, but this also helps diminish fine lines and age spots!
4. Retinoids – apply 2 pea-sized drops to your face twice a week – this is the “gold standard” in skin care for tackling those fine lines!
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