The 47-yr-old Bravo reality star shared some major news on Monday when she announced that her ‘EveryHue Beauty‘ makeup line will now be sold in Target stores.
Gizelle wrote, “Words cannot express how EXCITED I am that #EveryHueBeauty is now being carried by Target ?Proving to myself and my daughters that with hard work dreams really do come true. This is just the beginning of the legacy that I will leave to them. Online at Target.com today and on shelves May 20th.”
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Words cannot express how EXCITED I am that #EveryHueBeauty is now being carried by Target 🎯Proving to myself and my daughters that with hard work dreams really do come true. This is just the beginning of the legacy that I will leave to them. Online at Target.com today and on shelves May 20th. #MoneyMoves #WomenInBusiness #TargetBeauty #CantStopWontStop @wwd
Congrats to her on her success!
In other RHOP news, the cast is the latest group of Bravo women to be included in People magazine’s upcoming Beautiful Issue for 2018.
Following the casts of series based out of Atlanta, Beverly Hills, Dallas, New Jersey, Orange County and New York City, the women of the Maryland-based Real Housewives franchise are showing off their natural beauty.
During interviews with the magazine, Gizelle, Karen Huger, Robyn Dixon, Monique Samuels, Ashley Darby, and newcomer Candiace Dillard spoke out about a number of beauty-related topics, including their most and least favorite features, their beauty routines, and their favorite products.
“As I have gotten older, I make more trips to my medical esthetician,” Gizelle told People of her beauty routine. “I’m all about the latest and greatest lasers, peels and facials to make my skin look and feel healthy.”
As for Gizelle’s favorite feature, the reality star it is her lips she likes the most.
“God gave me big full lips that I always have popping with lip gloss. My mother taught me that [no] one knows that you’re tired if you have on lipstick,” she explained.
Gizelle then said that while she used to hate her freckles, she’s learned to love them and now feels that they add character to her face.
“I have always loved my beauty mark on my face. It says I’m different and different, for me, is empowering,” Karen revealed of her favorite feature.
As for her least favorite feature, she said she accentuates the features she used to dislike because they make her feel unique and beautiful.
When does Robyn feel the most beautiful?
“In the summertime! The tanned skin and natural boost from taking in Vitamin D makes me feel beautiful and happy,” she told People. “I absolutely love being makeup-free. I am probably makeup-free 80 percent of the time. It feels great when I receive compliments from strangers on my appearance when I am not wearing any makeup.”
When she does wear makeup, Robyn said she likes to play up her eyes with something green or blue that makes her stunning eyes pop. She also noted that she tries to stay light when it comes to the rest of her face.
“I used to only wear bronzer, blush and mascara but as I’ve gotten older I have learned to enjoy applying heavier makeup, foundation, concealer, powder, eye shadow etc, in order to contrast from my usual natural look,” she explained. “It’s good to be able to switch things up!”
According to Monique, she feels the most beautiful after getting a good night’s sleep. As she explained, a great night of rest makes her feel recharged and ready to kick off her day.
As for the one product she’s stick with if she were limited to just one, Monique said it would be her favorite mascara, Babe Lash. That said, Monique pointed out that she uses more and more on her face as she gets older — at least when it comes to maintaining the health of her skin.
“I realize that now it’s more important for me to wash my face twice a day and to exfoliate at least once a week. Now that I’m older, I realize more maintenance is required to keep that youthful glow,” she explained.
“Wearing make up and experimenting with different looks is so much fun! Who said we have to stop playing when we grew up? That being said, a person needs to love his/herself natural self even more than the morphed glamazon. Being makeup-free means realizing I am enough just the way I am, every blemish and scar included,” Ashley told People of her love for her natural beauty.
Although skin requires more and more attention as it ages, Ashley said she was forced to embark on a skin care routine at an early age because she had problematic skin as a teen.
“I tried all types of over the counter remedies and experienced almost every disaster imaginable (when labels warn you not to mix acne products, please take heed), and now I’m in a good rhythm with a quality cleanser, balancing toner, reliable serum. and nourishing moisturizer. Trial and error to success!” she said.
“I feel my most beautiful after a great workout and a relaxing charcoal or honey face mask,” Candiace revealed. “Anything that involves a good pampering. And then when my husband comes in and tells me my skin looks amazing with no makeup, it’s just the cherry on top!”
As for her number one insecurity, Candiace admitted that she doesn’t love her nose.
“I have always felt self-conscious about the tip of my nose,” she noted. “Over the years, I have also just learned to love the nose that sits on my face and see it as a part of my essence.”
In addition to contour, Candiace said she loves to use Mario Badescu Skincare Facial Spray with Aloe, Herbs and Rosewater.
“If I had two minutes to grab my life’s possessions before being snatched away to a desert island, I would absolutely grab my Mario Badescu Skincare Facial Spray with Aloe, Herbs and Rosewater,” she said. “It is the perfect hydration agent for my skin whether I’m going bare-faced or refreshing my makeup. I love spraying it on at night at the end of my skin routine to give me a fresh, supple feeling.”
People’s 2018 Beautiful issue hits newsstands tomorrow, April 18.