Site Spotlight: Reed Clarke

Site Spotlight: Reed Clarke(Source: Goldfaden MD Sun Visor SPF 30 Mist, $45; Koh Gen Do Aqua Foundation Illuminator, $39; In Fiore Veloutée Multipurpose Balm for Lips and Eyes, $60; Masters Brush Cleaner and Preserver, $12; W3LL PEOPLE Universalist Multi Use Colorstick, $35) Raise a hand if you are obsessed with beauty products. Now raise a hand if you shop at Sephora or Ulta. Finally, raise a hand if you've heard about Reed Clarke. If you skipped the last one, you have some explaining to do. Reed Clarke is a new beauty site curated by celebrity makeup artist Fiona Stiles and it should be bookmarked by every beauty junkie. 

Stiles not only regularly works with stars such as Halle Berry, Elizabeth Banks and Jennifer Garner but on fashion editorials with top photographers Mario Testino, Steven Klein and Annie Leibovitz. After being in the game for two decades, she has definitely used her fair share of cosmetics. You can trust that she developed a discerning eye that only recommends the best. 

Site Spotlight: Reed Clarke

(Fiona Stiles; Source: Reed Clarke)At Reed Clarke, she does just that by forgoing well-known, popular brands for more under-the-radar offerings. Aside from a beautiful, clean aesthetic, the site also features individualized product descriptions by Stiles that detail why you will love an item as well as usage tips. Every item has been tried by the makeup artist herself. One example is the unexpected makeup brush cleaner by Masters ($12). "It’s only sold in art-supply stores and is meant for cleaning the oil paint out of fine art brushes, so if it can get oil paint out of painters' brushes you can imagine what it will do for your makeup brushes," she writes. 

Site Spotlight: Reed Clarke(Source: McBride Rescue In a Jar, $30; No Mo-Stache Portable Hair Removal Kit, $16; Brow Gal Scissors, $16; LuLu Organics Hair Powder, $30; Laqa & Co Fat Lip Pencil, $18)

Other standout items include Goldfadden MD Sun Visor Mist ($45; "When I found this sunscreen I practically jumped for joy."), In Fiore Veloutée Multipurpose Balm, ($60; "You’ll never use chapstick again—also, I really hope you aren’t using chapstick."), W3LL People Universalist Multiuse Color Stick ($35; "These cream blushes are like the natural, organic version of the NARS Multiple.") and Koh Gen Do foundation ($39; "One of my red carpet secret weapons.") 

See the site for yourself here. Warning: you might spend hours admiring the selection. 

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