Nam Vo’s Winter Skincare includes LED Light & Cooling Facial Globes

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If you don’t know the name of makeup artist Nam Vo, chances are you’ve heard of her amazing makeup technique. The “Queen of Highlights” is known for her “frosted cake” look with highlighted cheekbones and reflective skin that catches the light. And because glowing skin doesn’t have to cost half your paycheck, Vo has partnered with TJMaxx and Marshalls to launch her pocket-friendly favorites. winter skin care and how she got that light.

Via Zoom, Vo and I talked for the first time about our love of TJMaxx and the Marshalls. “Since I was a child, my mother took me away [there],” she said. facial tools, something for my booing. It just sparks joy.”

She says a lot of people forget how strong brands are in their beauty establishment but we don’t forget at all. One of her recent favorites is the Lumina NRG EMS & LED Facial Firming Therapy ($199.99 at TJMaxx), a mobile device that combines LED light and microcurrent facial tightening therapy to treat signs of aging and skin problems love acne.



She’s a big fan of beauty tools and uses cold spheres to remove makeup, like the Aceology Ace Ice Globes ($22.99 at TJMaxx). She said: “I fart a lot when I eat salty foods. But since you won’t be skipping sushi, these cold tools will help reduce inflammation, swelling, and redness.

If congestion is more of your problem than puffiness, Vo recommends making your own at-home mask with facial steamer. “It helps with blood circulation,” she says. “I have problems with clogged pores, especially on my nose. I feel like once I steam, then I put on a pore-cleansing and peel-off mask, it just works so much better.” She loves the Ahava Mud Clarifying Mask ($9.99 at ) TJMaxx).

Since my skin is very dull this winter, I asked Vo how to achieve her signature glowing skin. She’s back to that red LED therapy. (OK, I need it.) “So relaxing. It’s good for your mental health. It’s good for cell renewal,” she says. But when it comes to makeup, she emphasizes the importance of the right concealer, more than foundation.

“I use a different concealers underneath my eyes compared to what I would use for a brown spot or a blemish,” she explains. “I love [spot concealing] not foundation because not everyone needs to apply foundation from forehead to chin. I think it’s beautiful to show off the natural skin texture and just refine and cover what you need.” Especially when we’re still wearing mask, Vo likes to avoid any makeup that could cause more congestion. “I would rather look like I have some flaws than look like I have a pancake on my face,” she added.

Vo also likes to skip the “showy” makeup trends. But she told me about the power of an impressive lower lash. “I only have four lashes so I love using [false eyelashes] and just how you put them. It can make your eyes look more like stars, more like dolls. I think eyelashes, in general, are just major but now I think we are forgetting about the power of lower lashes. “

Talking with Vo, I learned that the official beauty trend of 2022 is healthy skin, less foundation, highlighting, blushing and even maybe colored lip balm. Even on the laziest work-from-home days, that I can do.

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