“This is a very subtle glimmer,” Sandy says. “It’s not a frost and it is not a glitter.”
She applies this cosmetic stick under her brow bones and on her forehead, cheekbones, chin and neck.
She also uses Boomstick Glimmer in a unique way you might not have seen before. Sandy dabs it on her eyebrows to give them a touch of radiance—and to hold them in place. “Sometimes they get a little wild,” she says.
When she’s wearing a sleeveless, v-neck top, Sandy applies Boomstick Glimmer to her chest and shoulders for subtle radiance.
“You can see this glow I’m looking for. It’s so nice to have this feeling of being kissed by the sun,” she finishes.
Step 4. Separate and define
Finally, Sandy shows you her favorite Boom… Boom Bright.
Our new mascara is specially formulated to define, separate and moisturize the shorter, finer lashes many women experience after 50.
Sandy loves Boom Bright because it’s made for her. “It doesn’t look like I have eyelashes, but I do,” she says. “You just can’t see them.”
“I’ve had a hard time finding a mascara that really works. A lot of times, they clump on me and don’t separate my lashes. Boom Bright separates and it moisturizes my lashes. That’s a bonus. It’s just a great product.”
And with that final step, Sandy is done.
We love her happy, sun-kissed glow. We hope you do too.
What do you think of Sandy’s look?
Sandy recently joined us on Boom Ladies’ Night!
Catch the replay here to hear Sandy share more tips about Boomsticks, her skin-care routine and how she approaches each year with gratitude.
Before you go, tell us… What do you think of Sandy’s look? Are you inspired to try any of these tips, like using Boomstick Glimmer to hold your eyebrows in place?
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