Monday, October 26, 2009

Bathing Beauty: Harley Viera Newton

Model. DJ. Student. Dior Ambassador. The life of 21 year-old Harley Viera Newton is both exciting and exhausting. Between her studies at NYU and her DJ gigs at some of the city's hottest venues, Harley is a highly in-demand New York City It Girl. And when she's not spinning tunes, spewing knowledge or showing face, this amazing LA native is hanging with the other cool kids of NYC...

Despite her night owl hours, Harley has flawless skin. Naturally, we had to know her secrets. We asked our favorite beauty questions... here are her answers:

What are your top 5, can't-live-without products?
1. Cle de Peau Concealer: works so well on under eye dark circles which I have all the time thanks to working in nightlife
2. Dior Lip Glow Color Reviver Balm: It moisturizes like a chap stick but also brings out the natural hues in your lips, a great replacement for a lipstick or tint
3. Shu Uemura Eyelash curler: If I have no time to put makeup on I just curl my lashes with this curler and it makes a huge difference
4. Dior DiorSkin Poudre Shimmer 002: The best blush/bronzer ever. I use it to define my cheeks but also all over my face to add a bronzey-shimmer. Any of my friends who have tried it immediately go and buy it.
5. L'Oreal Infallible Never-Fail Black Eyeliner: A great dark eyeliner that has a little brush on its tip to help shape/ smudge eyes.

What is your all-time favorite product?
Egyptian Magic. It's a balm that's good for literally everything... nails, hair, chapped lips, dry skin, blemishes, everything!

What product do you buy in bulk?
Elgydium toothpaste

You moisturize your face with...
Dior Lor De Vie and Creme de La Mer

Favorite body product?
Hermes Eau D' Orange Verte soap

Favorite beauty secret you've picked up along the way?
Dry hair shampoo for when you don't have time to wash your hair! The Rene Furterer one is amaaaaazing.

Beauty icon you admire?
Brigette Bardot. Her eye makeup was always so killer.

*images courtesy of Harley Viera Newton.


Anonymous said...

Awesome!!!! Thanks so much for this bathing beauty!!

Jessica Teas (née Gearhart) said...

Dry shampoo is a god send. It's super easy to make yourself as well (and, no, don't use baby powder as you'll smell of diaper and have a white hair part).

Get rice starch from the grocery store. That simple. It's super fine. You can dust it on with a makeup brush or put it in a jar or salt shaker.

Oscar Blandi's is mostly rice starch with a lemon scent. I love it.

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