Luxe, toxic free make up - Leesa Barr
Nourishing, radiance refining make up 100% Toxic Free
Leesa Barr lives and breathes beauty. She strongly believes that how we look affects how we feel and that it’s important to dedicate time to taking care of ourselves. Leesa knows how difficult it is to find the time. And with so many beauty products testing on animals and including nasty ingredients, it’s getting harder to know which products to use. This is what led her to the creation of LEESA BARR Cosmetics. Saving time, nourishing skin, and being 100% safe and socially responsible, Leesa has poured her heart, soul and – of course – all of her beauty knowledge into these gorgeous products. She’s so proud to share them with you now and is certain you’ll fall in love with them the way she has. In the following article, she shares some of her considerable wisdom.
Do I really need all that stuff?
How many times have you asked yourself that question? Are you confused by the amount of information available to you. Instagram, Facebook Youtube, Bloggers, the constant deluge of e-mails that pop into your inbox. Aaarrggh! Sometimes, all this is confusing! What do you do, go back to what you know, or worse do nothing at all?
I often hear flattering comments from kind hearted souls, "Your makeup is always beautiful. You must spend a lot of time on your makeup. How on earth do you get out the door in the mornings? I wish I had the time!" This last one always amuses me as I have three young children, run my business and help in my husband's business. I help out at school when I can, children's sports and the odd charity event. Leading such a full life has meant I have needed to perfect the simplest make up routine.
I wear makeup everyday. Trust me when I say you do have time. There are more benefits to wearing makeup than the way you look. For starters, skin protection from the sun and free radicals in city pollution. You can future proof your skin from premature ageing. To answer the first question do I really need all that stuff? The short answer is no. There are products you can skip and still achieve radiant looking makeup.