Beauty Blind Spots

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No one is perfect, but there are some timeless beauty blunders that we all make that are too small to notice with the naked eye. Whether it is dim lighting, or a mirror 5 feet away as the cause – here is a list of classic beauty blind spots and the best defense to tackle them.

Dark Spots & Uneven Skin Tone




Fun in the sun and even birth control can leave women with discolored and uneven skin tones and dark spots. Examine your skin carefully each month to make sure you don’t need to pay a visit to your derm. We suggest Jerdon’s Lighted Makeup Mirror, equipped with LEDs, an adjustable back stand, optional battery power and both 1X and 5X magnification. And for daily coverage, try The Skin Saint’s Clear Defense Oil-Free Tinted SPF 46. The universal tint provides a smooth and even complexion, effectively masking imperfections, for beautifully radiant skin.

Cakey Makeup




Ah, that orange dot on your face trying to cover up a zit but inevitably making it stick out like a sore thumb. We’ve all been a victim of much-too-heavy-makeup days. Lighting is key. With natural looking light, like that from an LED, you’ll be able to witness what your concealer looks like outside the confines of your bathroom. Try Jerdon’s cordless Rose Gold Vanity Mirror with halo LED lighting.

Large Pores




Pores are quite literally all over your face, but often it’s too hard for us to see what’s right under (or on top of) our nose. Large pores can ruin the look of otherwise flawless skin. So stop ignoring your pores, and use a toner to help remove dirt and control oil. The Skin Saint Poreless Tonic is blended with Salicylic Acid 2% and activated Papaya Enzymes, to slough away dead skin cells and control excess oil. Get up close and personal with yourself to figure out if you need to tame those bad boys. Jerdon’s iPad-esque Selfie Mirror comes with an adjustable spot mirror with 10X magnification, perfect for viewing pin-sized pores and stray eyebrow hairs.
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