A photo I came across on Instagram, posted by skin care mogul May Lindstrom, featured a lavender-colored rose beginning to wither and the words “Beauty in every stage.” To me, it perfectly exemplified the industry’s movement away from terms like “anti-aging,” toward a healthier perception of beauty.
From the time I was a little girl, I’ve believed the ability to choose how you appear to the world was empowering. A lot of us learn our beauty tips through trial and error or from the lessons of a mother-figure.
But I’ve always found it helpful to look to women you admire for inspiration and bits of well-earned wisdom. So let’s look in the makeup bags of three women from three different age ranges to see their secrets for staying beautiful. And while we’re at it, I’ll share a few of mine, as well.Ava, 20s
Ava McHugh is heading into her junior year at James Madison University. But, fresh off a semester abroad where she experienced Parisian galleries and some amazing Sephoras, McHugh says she has a slightly new perspective on beauty.
Charlotte Tilbury Invisible UV Flawless Primer SPF 50: I like to wear as little foundation as possible, focusing on skincare to get that glowy-skin look. This is moisturizing and feels light on my skin. $55
Gisou Honey Infused Hair Perfume: I discovered hair perfume in France. I love warm scents. This one is very light and it smells like honey. $44
Kérastase Genesis Strengthening Hair Mask: I dye my hair so I have to focus on making it look good and keeping it healthy. I do one of these every week as part of my “Sunday reset.” $64
IT Cosmetics Superhero Elastic Stretch Volumizing and Lengthening Mascara: I’ve used this mascara since 7th grade. I cannot use anything else. $26Holly, 40s
Holly Byrd Miller is an international beauty and branding specialist. She’s the CEO and founder of Makeup by Holly.
Bye Bye Under Eye Full Coverage Anti-Aging Waterproof Concealer: This eliminates all my under eye concerns (great for dark circles and it’s hydrating without looking cakey). $44
Danessa Myricks Colorfix Eye, Lip, and Cheek Pigments: The colors are pigmented, which means a little goes a long way. Small enough to fit in any makeup bag and multipurpose enough to meet most beauty needs. $18
Thrive Causemetics Mascara: This is a favorite because of the maximum length and volume it creates. $24
Morphe The Big Prime Conditioning Lash Primer: Provides additional length and volume, eliminating the need to apply false lashes. When combined with mascara, it gives the appearance of an instant eye lift. $12
Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation: This has been a staple in my makeup bag for years. The foundation looks like your skin, but better. It’s a radiant, natural finish that gives you an airbrush affect. $45Judi, 50s
Judi Crenshaw is a professor of public relations at Virginia Commonwealth University. She has always gone her own way and is definitely not afraid to make a bold statement in every aspect of her life, including beauty routines.
PÜR Botanicals Ice Roller: I ice roll every morning. $13
Perbelle CC Cream: This is the amazing color correcting moisturizer. So light, yet it’s all I need, in terms of makeup. Every woman I know over 50 uses this. $44
GrandeBROW Brow Enhancing Serum: My brows really thinned so I use this serum, it works over time (two months), along with the eyelash extensions. No eye makeup, though. It makes me look clownish. $73
Fenty Beauty by Rihanna Gloss Bomb Universal Lip Luminizer: Really subtle and moisturizing. I wear the clear one every day. $20SIDEBAR:
What’s in my bag?
Charlotte Tilbury Lip Liner in Pillow Talk: Even though it’s almost the same color as my lips, it makes a big difference in making my makeup feel polished. $24
Christophe Robin Purifying Scalp Scrub with Sea Salt: I’ve been using this shampoo for years and love how it gets out leftover residue from products so my hair feels light with lots of volume. $53
Oribe Thick Dry Finishing Spray: A cross between a dry shampoo and a volume spray. I apply this after I dry my hair and before I curl it. I also use it to refresh my “second-day hair” in-between washes. $42
Rosehip Oil: I love facial oils. I find that rosehip is especially great if your skin is prone to breakouts because it sinks in so quickly and feels light. I love that it’s so simple and inexpensive, too. $10
AcneFree Adapalene Gel: You used to need a prescription for this, but it’s now available over the counter. $11
CeraVe Healing Ointment: I use this to “slug,” a final layer of skincare that locks in other products, which I learned from TikTok. $20
Christina Dick is a marketing and branding professional with a passion for beauty and skincare. She owns Tiramisu For Breakfast, a boutique firm based in Richmond.Read the Article Online Check Out the Full Issue Read More
McBoo, McPunk’n, and McGoblin – the iconic trio of McDonald’s Happy Meal Halloween Pails that came on the scene back in 1986 – are back!
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Bring your pet to Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden’s Prido’s After Five, a special edition of their Fido’s After Five Happy Hour to celebrate Pride Month
Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens partners with the Richmond SPCA for Fidos After 5 on these special nights (only): May 26, June 9, 23, July 14, 28, August 11, 25, and September 8 where leashed dogs are allowed. Suggested $2 “pet admission” benefits Richmond SPCA.5 – 8 p.m. Wine, beer and food available for purchase in the Garden
5 – 8 p.m. Live music in the Garden
All dogs must be leashed (no retractable leashes) and current on rabies vaccinations. Please Note: We welcome dogs in the Robins Visitor Center and Conservatory, but ask that they not enter the Kelly Education Center building. Please read our rules and guidelines for visiting Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden with dogs.
Leashed dogs are allowed on Fidos nights only.
Event will be held rain or shine; in the event of inclement weather, the event will be cancelled.
About the band: The Atkinsons meld roots, country, and rock music into their own style of rambling swing rock & roll. Heartfelt story-telling is at the core of the Atkinsons, and it is complemented with three-part harmonies layered over mandolin, fiddle, drums, bass and electric guitars. The band’s influences run the gamut from country, mountain, bluegrass, to straight-up rock and roll music, and the sound ends up being quite a musical stew.
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The 18th Annual Short Pump Town Center FREE Summer Concert Series returns this Thursday, May 19th with two additional concert dates.
We’re bringing back some of your favorites, Three Sheets to the Wind and The Deloreans plus three more bands will take the Short Pump stage for the first time ever.
The Silver Bullets will kick off the concert series on Thursday, May 19th.
The events begin at 6 in the Main Plaza near the entrance to Crate & Barrel and Pottery Barn. Doors will open at 5.
During the concert, wine tastings will be available for purchase benefiting Henrico CASA. Henrico CASA believes every child deserves a safe home where they can thrive. They stand up for the best interests of vulnerable children in Henrico County who are wrapped up in court cases that allege abuse or neglect as their voice in court, ensuring they have a safe home.
And that’s not all! The two bonus concerts aren’t the only thing new this year. We’re also partnering with the team at The Richmond Times-Dispatch. Kelli Lemon and Will Roye of Virginia Video Network will be your emcees for the series. AND, the RTD’s new Virginia lifestyle magazine, En Forme, is giving away free luxury picnics (valued at $260!) from Picnic RVA. Follow their Instagram to see how you can enter.
Don’t miss out on the fun — no ticket required! See below for the full concert series schedule.Thursday, 5/19 Silver Bullets
Thursday, 6/9 Three Sheets to the Wind
Thursday, 6/16 Deloreans
Thursday, 7/7 Mustache the Band
Thursday, 7/21 – Dean Ford and the Beautiful Ones- Prince Tribute Concert Sponsored by Richmond Virginia Orthodontics and Mercedes Benz of Richmond.
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In Partnership with the Capital Area Health Network, McDonald’s is Hosting a Free Vaccination Clinic in Manchester.
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In Partnership with the Capital Area Health Network,
McDonald’s is Hosting a Free Vaccination Clinic in Manchester on Saturday, February 12th, 2022 from 10am-3pm. WHAT
The Manchester neighborhood McDonald’s, in partnership with the Capital Area Health Network, has announced it will hold a COVID-19 vaccination clinic at the restaurant at 708 Hull Street in Richmond.
Vaccines will be free of charge, no appointments are needed, and participants who receive a vaccine will be eligible for a FREE sandwich at this restaurant location. Vaccines will be available for first dose or boosters.WHEN
Saturday, February 12, 2022, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. WHERE
Manchester Neighborhood McDonald’s at 708 Hull St, Richmond, VA 23224 MCDONALD’S SPOKESPERSON
“We believe it is important to support access to vaccines in the communities we serve. By partnering with the Capital Area Health Network at our 708 Hull Street restaurant, we hope to offer a convenient solution for those who wish to get a vaccine or booster,” said Mike Traub, McDonald’s Owner/Operator.