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While I love trying out new cleansers from milky oils to micellar waters, scrubs and peels get much less play in my beauty routine. My skin is rather sensitive, and rough particles can quickly turn my face red and leave it looking even more dry than normal. Then, while I'm a big fan of AHAs and BHAs in small doses in serums and creams, I find peels often have stronger acid concentrations that can create extra irritation. Now that's not to say I never try - and love - an exfoliator (since I need to get rid of those flaky dead skin cells somehow), I just tend to play things safe in that category with proven products most of the time. However, when I heard Alpyn Beauty was coming out with a peel, I was actually excited to try it because my skin had responded so well to the other products in this clean beauty line. I love that the brand sources its active ingredients right from Jackson Hole, WY, and, since those ingredients thrive in harsh climates, I expect they'd also help my skin thrive once temperatures drop in my hometown. But what I didn't expect was that I'd love this peel so much that I would actually use it every single day with not even one hint of redness or irritation after I rinse it off. Ahead, learn what makes this product unique (hint: it's more than just a peel) and why I'd definitely recommend it for anyone else out there who has sensitive skin. Related: This Alpyn Beauty Eye Balm Is the Only Eye Cream I'm Wearing Under Makeup From Now On
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We're quickly closing in on Halloween, and if you're still without a costume (or any ideas, for that matter), allow us to suggest dressing as a '70s female fashion icon. Not only were the 1970s a decade packed with groundbreaking style moments — from tie-dye to corduroy — but the beauty looks continue to inspire trends even to this day.Throwing a virtual Studio 54 disco? Channel Diana Ross with extra-long eyelash extensions or full Bianca Jagger brows. Or, if you just got curtain bangs, take a hippie, bohemian approach and dress up as Farrah Fawcett or Stevie Nicks. Either way, scroll through for your easy and style-forward costume guide, ahead. ImanIf your costume party is happening over Zoom, consider a makeup-forward look, like fashion model Iman's iconic amethyst-toned smoky eye and ruby-red lip gloss.Photo: Arthur Elgort/Conde Nast/Getty Images.Stevie NicksIf you recently went blonde and have a '70s-inspired shag haircut, dress as Fleetwood Mac front woman Stevie Nicks. For makeup, you'll need eyeliner and a dusty pastel shadow.Photo: Fin Costello/Redferns/Getty Images.Bianca JaggerYou can be the iconic queen of Studio 54 with the help of brow gel, nude lip liner, and hair accessories — namely a black birdcage veil and feathered cap.Photo: Mike Lawn/Getty Images.Diana RossPull disco inspiration from the Diana Ross and her most classically high-glam beauty look, championed by loads of mascara on her top and bottom lashes.Photo: PL Gould/IMAGES/Getty Images.Farrah FawcettActress and fashion model Farrah Fawcett was most well known for her blonde feathered hair, infused with bangs and lots of layers. For makeup, you'll need lip gloss and pink blush.Photo: Hulton Archive/Getty Images.Beverly JohnsonOf her many Vogue cover appearances, supermodel Beverly Johnson was styled to the nines in '74, with a perfectly-coifed bob, bronzed blush, rosy lipstick, and the chicest autumnal turtleneck.Photo: Francesco Scavullo/Condé Nast/Getty Images.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?We Tried Glow Recipe's New Cleansing Balm FirstThe Best Makeup To Buy On Amazon Prime DayByredo Makeup Is Finally Here — & It Is Stunning
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