NJ Monthly 

  • By Carla Fabrizi
  • 05 May, 2016

NJ Monthly Article

Hey Ladies! NJ Monthly wrote a blog post about Carla Fabrizi Cosmetics under the "Susan On Style" section.  If you want learn more about Carla and what the boutique/studio has to offer, definitely check out to Blog post titled " Snag Hollywood beauty, Clothes at Carla Fabrizi."

  "Check out this hot spot in Mendham’s charming downtown and you might feel more like you’re in Hollywood than in Morris County. Effervescent Carla Fabrizi attracts clients of all ages for makeup lessons, hairstyling, facials, brow sculpting, Fabrizi’s own line of cosmetics and skin care, and an assortment of cool clothing and accessories." - Susan Brierly from NJ Monthly 


CLICK the link below to read the blog post on NJ Monthly!

http://njmonthly.com/articles/style-shopping/update-makeup-hair-clothes-carla-fabrizi/

By Carla Fabrizi 05 May, 2016
Hey Ladies! NJ Monthly wrote a blog post about Carla Fabrizi Cosmetics under the "Susan On Style" section.  If you want learn more about Carla and what the boutique/studio has to offer, definitely check out to Blog post titled " Snag Hollywood beauty, Clothes at Carla Fabrizi."

  "Check out this hot spot in Mendham’s charming downtown and you might feel more like you’re in Hollywood than in Morris County. Effervescent Carla Fabrizi attracts clients of all ages for makeup lessons, hairstyling, facials, brow sculpting, Fabrizi’s own line of cosmetics and skin care, and an assortment of cool clothing and accessories." - Susan Brierly from NJ Monthly 


CLICK the link below to read the blog post on NJ Monthly!

http://njmonthly.com/articles/style-shopping/update-makeup-hair-clothes-carla-fabrizi/
By Carla Fabrizi 17 Apr, 2016
It is important to make changes to your daily skincare routine to accommodate the rising temperatures. in response, your skin is bound to fluctuate both behaviors and texture.  Summerly fun days mean, shorts, sandals, bathing suits, and bronzed skin. But Sun exposure is comes with the possibility of subjecting yourself to sun damage – but in the same note, avoiding the outdoors altogether is both impractical and nearly impossible. Below are some essential key tips to keeping your skin and face healthy and beautiful 

  • Cleanse 
  • Tone
  • Hydrate the eye area
  • Moisturize
  • Use a Mask
  • Exfoliate
  • Apply Sunscreen Religiously
  • Use a cleanser with salicylic or  glycolic  acid
  • Moisturize with SPF.
  • Don’t skimp on eye creams and lip protection.
  • Protect your hands and feet too
  • Boost your block with antioxidants


By Carla Fabrizi 23 Jan, 2016

Blemishes can be quite stressful. They are caused by a skin condition where the skin is clogged by dirt or make up and cannot breathe. They are an unpleasant ordeal and may end up causing low self esteem to an individual and eventually lead to depression in some individuals. It is therefore important to always take care of your skin at the end of each day. It should be a rule to anyone who uses make up that they should never sleep with any of it on. Having a regular beauty regime where one removes all traces of make up at the end of the day should be a must do.

Having blemishes should not get in the way of anyone looking good. One can still look good with blemishes. With the right kind of make up one can be able to cover up all traces of blemishes. There are a lot of products out there in the market. Finding the right product especially when the skin is prone to acne and blemishes can be a huge challenge but with a lot of research and search, one can be able to find the right products. When looking for the right product, the color and texture of the products should be an important consideration.

After the search for the right product is over, one should be able to know how to apply make up the right way. Having the right products and not knowing how to apply them can be disastrous. It would be like owning a car and not knowing how to drive it.

With the right make up in place, it is advisable to start with a light base; this is because of the acne. Heavy makeup will only lead to the face looking caked up. The light base should be able to emphasize the beauty of your skin and make it gorgeously dewy and glowing. Next would be to blend in the foundation and concealer into the areas where your skin needs it most. Both should be applied lightly in order to achieve a more natural look.

Remember the trick is to not having so much make up on. Applying just enough and concealing the blemishes with the right product can give an individual a natural looking finish. All make up should be removed at the end of the day in order to try and control the breaking out of acne and having blemishes.

This way, an individual can have blemishes and still look natural.

By Carla Fabrizi 23 Jan, 2016

Cancer causes havoc to a patient’s body, spirit and even emotions. No cure has been found for cancer but chemo and radiation has been found to significantly reduce its spread to other body cells. These processes can at times affect your appearance and looks. Certainly, it would top your list of priorities in maintaining your beauty. This might go a long way in boosting your self- esteem and confidence hence need to maintain that good look. You need worry not on how to go about this as this article will provide an insight to some of the best way in maintaining your beauty.

Try Some Cucumber And Ginger

Have you ever considered trying some sliced cucumbers on your eyes? How about soothing your tummy? This is a very important natural beauty advice for women on chemo. Sliced cucumbers on your eyes will provide a cooling sensation on your eyes especially after that chemo session and will really help your eyes perk up. Wondering what ginger ale would do to help you maintain your look? The seeds will offer a quick calming solution to your tummy probably you might have experienced after the tedious chemo session.

Maintain A Moist Skin

I would recommend this as the most important beauty advice for women on chemo. The key to a healthy skin is by keeping it moist. How will you go about this? Well, first ensure you take enough water and keep your skin moist by investing in good facial moisturizers and quality good body lotion.

Be Gentle On Your Skin

Skin for women undergoing chemo might be more sensitive than usual. This may result to dry, flaky skin. Avoid using a scrub on your face and instead try gentle fragrance free and dye-free cleansers, lotions, and laundry soaps. This is an important beauty advice for women on chemo as it will help maintain your skin texture by helping avoid any presence of rash

Keep Your Hair Short

Perhaps not all women will lose their hair during chemo. However, this is a crucial beauty advice for women on chemo. This preemptive strike will help make that transition from that thick hair to thin manageable hair. Besides helping you maintain that awesome look, it will help look much younger. It would be imperative to keep it neat, tidy and trimmed as this will help maintain that cute look.

Try Using Pencil And Stencil

Thinning hair may come hand in hand with falling eye brows. A good beauty advice for women on chemo experiencing falling eye brows would be using a pencil with or without stencil by trying to fill them in. Though this might be a temporary beauty tip, it may go long way in boosting your looks.

Just to name but a few, the above beauty tips for women on chemo are some of which perhaps you should consider next time you feel that chemo process would ruin your looks.

By Carla Fabrizi 08 Jan, 2016

When winter sets in, one of our concerns is usually how to keep our skin fresh and dewy throughout the winter spell. The frigid winter temperatures are indeed nothing to be scoffed at and without the right measures in place, you may just have to contend with dry and chapped skin. Because moist skin matters so much to all of us, maintaining it during winter is often our primary concern. How about you join me as I take you through some of the tips for maintaining moist skin in winter!

Invest in Drinking Water

If you are not fond of drinking water, chances are it will be the last thing you will be thinking of during winter. However, you’d be better off knowing that water is the very first thing you need in order to make your skin stay moist and dewy during winter. This is because aside from the normal hydration purposes, water helps in getting nutrients and oxygen to your cells and flushing out any toxins that may cause the skin to dry out, therefore ensuring a finer and more moist skin tone.

Clear up dead skin cells

Another way of keeping the skin moist and dewy during winter is by sweeping away dead cells, a simple process referred to as exfoliation. Dead cells are known to prevent the skin from breathing and as long as you have them, even the strongest moisturizer cannot get in your skin to unclog the pores. It is therefore recommended you exfoliate at least once a week in order to keep the skin smooth and moisturized. In addition, you should also alter your skin care routine during winter and incorporate a lighter exfoliant for sensitive chapped skin.

  Remember the Sunscreen 

Many people often think that because it is winter time, they are immune from the hostile radiations from the sun. Nothing can be further from the truth. As it were, it has been proven that the UV rays from the sun shine with more intensity during winter than in any other time. For this reason, you need to constantly check your skin to prevent the occurrence of any sunburn.

  Shower wisely

Winter is such a trying time and anyone telling you to lower the temperature of your showers may appear your worst enemy. However, this goes a long way in keeping your face and skin fresh and dewy throughout the winter. You do not want the hot water to rob your skin of its natural moisture, so keeping a moderate shower temperature is the real deal. Alternatively, finishing showers in cool water not only proves for healthier hair and muscles but allows for softer, smoother skin. In addition, you are encouraged to lather your skin with coconut oil immediately after bath as it will help retain all the moisture in your skin.

Clearly, maintaining moist skin in winter is a sacrifice of sorts. However, considering what you stand to benefit, it is always a risk worth taking.

Share by: