Explore the Jane Iredale line of natural, long wearing mineral foundations that nourish and protect your skin while showing your most even, fresh complexion. Discover concealers that reveal your beauty instead of just concealing it. Enjoy mattifiers that tame the shine while they help your skin to become more balanced. All created in different formulations to suit your needs, and in shades to flatter a wide range of skin tones. It’s like therapy for your skin.
After a season of indulging, it’s time to ditch the drag. Here, five spots offering the best detox treatments in town.
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Leah Chavie Skincare Boutique was featured as one of the Best of Beauty locations in Chicago by CS Magazine. It is more than a spa, it is a personal concierge to your skin. Leah and team assess your skin and lifestyle to determine a skincare regimen that works best for you.
Opened in 2010, Leah Chavie Skincare Boutique has been the go-to boutique for the style-minded crowd. We know we have to look our best when attending various fashion events and looking fresh and dewy sometimes may need a little help from our friends at LCSB!!
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Leah Chavie Skincare Boutique featured in Modern Luxury’s CS Magazine Best of Beauty for January 2013
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Coming soon to Leah Chavie Skincare Boutique from Candace Jordan is the Candid Candace Lipstick.
Nearly 500 friends and fans of beloved photographer, Steve Starr, carried out his wishes to the letter for his much anticipated “Face of the News” event on 12/12/12 which was also a celebration of the 45th anniversary of Steve Starr Studios.
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Photographer Steve Starr passed away Nov. 12, the day before his “Face of the News” exhibit celebrating the 45th anniversary of his studio, was scheduled to open. One month later, his friends carried out his vision.
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Bette Midler, Billy Crystal and Bailee Madison “Parental Guidance”; dermatologist Dr. Doris Day debunks beauty myths.
By Leah Chavie
With over twenty years in the makeup and skincare industry, people always ask me what they can do at home to keep their skin healthy. Unless you are coming to me for skin assessments, my answer is to see a dermatologist or an esthetician! This will help identify your skin type and discuss skin care options that are unique to you in helping treat, prevent and beautify. Remember, you should be going to get a professional facial every 4-6 weeks for truly healthy skin!
For those looking for at home treatments, I recommend these steps:
Read “Remedies to keep your skin looking young, fresh and fabulous this winter season!” Hear