Setting spray keeps makeup in place
If your schedule keeps you running from day through evening, with little time for touch-ups between soirees, meet your new friend, Model in a Bottle.
The makeup setting spray might be just what you need to keep your makeup in place. For many the problem is makeup that fades through the day so that at night, when you need it most, you end up looking like a ghost of your morning self.
Model in a Bottle, $18, seems to work like a glue that goes on sticky to fix pigments and minerals to your skin. Colors stay true so all you'll need at the end of the day is a touch of powder to eliminate shine, and you're good to go.
It comes with directions to spray it on, but you'll have more control dabbing it on with a cotton ball. Just keep your eyes closed to avoid the sting of alcohol.
Order it online at www.modelinabottle.com.
Kawaiaha'o Church seeks info on graves
Kawaiaha'o Church is updating its cemetery records and is seeking information about individuals buried in unmarked graves. Families are invited to bring genealogical data to an open house, 8 a.m. to noon Saturday.
Volunteers will help them sort through burial records to find grave sites.
About 600 people are buried on church grounds, many with inadequate identification, such as incomplete names on burial cards. Call 261-0705.