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Step 1- Prime your face with glo minerals Face Primer and Under Eye Primer

Step 2-  Apply base- glo minerals Pressed Base using the Blender Brush DONT FORGET! Pull the base down to your neck and on your ears to blend!

Step 3-  Correct with glo minerals Camoflauge Kit, Under Eye Concealer and Camoflauge using the Texture Eye Brush

Step 4-  glo minerals Lid Primer, apply using the Texture Eye Brush

Step 5-  Hydration Mist, gives a natural hydrated healthy look.

Authored by on Thursday, July 30, 2015



Watch Dr. Music on Channel 27 Noon News this Friday for more information about our newest injectable Kybella™!


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Authored by on Monday, July 20, 2015

Lexington's First KYBELLA Treatment Center! 


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A treatment for your double chin! 
•FDA Approved Injectable
•Non-surgical, dramatic contouring
•Improves the appearance of moderate to severe "double chin"
•Performed by our Board Certified Dermatologists


Unsatisfied with your selfies... 
Post a picture of your "worst double chin" selfie to our Facebook or Twitter & be entered to WIN your second treatment FREE!
•Post both front & side views of face
•Two treatments required
•Winner will receive 2nd treatment FREE ($1,200 value)
•Not valid with other offers or discounts.
•Submit entries by August 7th.

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Authored by on Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Tabitha Lilly, our glo minerals professional will be at Skin Secrets on Thursday, June 25th from 12 p.m. – 4 p.m.  Schedule your complimentary consultation to learn this summer’s hottest makeup trends.  While you’re in, take advantage of our Gift With Purchase. Spend $50 on glo minerals and receive a free Royal Lip Crayon ($16 value) through June 26th.

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Authored by on Thursday, May 28, 2015

Most sunscreens have an expiration date of three years, though some may not contain an actual date on the bottle.  A chemical sunscreen should not be used past its expiration date, while physical sun blocks are formulated with no chemicals, so they do not have an expiration date.  When sweating or swimming, you should apply one ounce of sunscreen (shot glass size) to cover exposed areas, and re-apply every 30 minutes to an hour. If you apply sunscreen correctly and frequent the outdoors, one bottle of sunscreen should not last an entire year.