Getting Sweaty with Sweat Cosmetics

AHH! They’re here! I got my new Sweat Cosmetics products the other day and as you can probably guess…I LOVE THEM.

New Sweat Cosmetics Products

New Sweat Cosmetics Products

Well last night on the show I got the chance to chat with Lindsay Tarpley and Leslie Osborne about these killer new products.

Sweat Cosmetics

Sweat Cosmetics

From left to right: SPF 25 Mineral Illuminator, SPF 30 Translucent Mineral Powder, SPF 25 Mineral Bronzer. Down in front are the new Skin-Balancing Towelettes.

The Mineral Illuminator and the Mineral Bronzer are ideal for someone like myself who lacks skills in the make-up department.  You can’t really mess it up.  The brushes are shaped perfectly to just sweep some on and go.  These are killer for game day because they are sweat resistant and have sunscreen!  What’s not to love?

The SPF 30 Translucent Mineral Powder is just as it sounds, it’s translucent so you can layer this over make up, dust it on your neck, décolletage and even on your shoulders for some extra protection on game day.  It’s very similar to the Mineral Foundation Brush I’ve talked about before but less coverage.

Sweat Cosmetics Towelette

Sweat Cosmetics Towelette

Lastly, we have the Skin-Balancing Towelette. This is in every bag I own and my car.  It’s perfect because you can see how small it is and that it is individually wrapped.  It’s ideal for a post-workout face cleanse, but honestly, it’s great for freshening up at the game too…no I’m not talking about your face, but you can use this little guy to freshen up hands, neck, chest and behind your knees….anywhere that needs a little clean up on the go if its a particularly warm game day!  I know that’s not the intended use but I figured that trick out while sweating it out on The Boulevard at SMU.

If you haven’t tried Sweat Cosmetics yet give it a shot.  I cannot say enough good things about the products and the team behind them.  And go listen to the podcast now and hear what horribly embarrassing thing I did during the interview with Lindsay Tarpley and Leslie Osborne.

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