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Meet Kayte

Hi there! I’m Kayte.


I’m so happy to join the Skinizer family as a regular blog contributor. 


I’ll be writing about how to radiate beauty from the inside. 


Skinizer’s mission runs deeper than just beautiful skin - it’s about having a beautiful heart and a healthy outlook too. 


Those things are exactly what I get lit up thinking (and writing) about. 


In each season of my life so far, I’ve learned something new that deepens my understanding of beauty. 


As a child, I begged for an agent because I wanted desperately to act on TV. 


And I ended up doing just that!Growing up, I found myself in countless casting directors’ waiting rooms. 

Hi there! 


I’m Kayte.I’m so happy to join the Skinizer family as a regular blog contributor.I’ll be writing about how to radiate beauty from the inside. 


Skinizer’s mission runs deeper than just beautiful skin - it’s about having a beautiful heart and a healthy outlook too. 


Those things are exactly what I get lit up thinking (and writing) about. 

Hi there! I’m Kayte. 


I’m so happy to join the Skinizer family as a regular blog contributor. 


I’ll be writing about how to radiate beauty from the inside. 


Skinizer’s mission runs deeper than just beautiful skin - it’s about having a beautiful heart and a healthy outlook too. 


Those things are exactly what I get lit up thinking (and writing) about. 

I’d be surrounded by 20 other girls who looked just like me, all vying for the same role on a TV show or in a movie or commercial.


In those waiting room moments it became clear that the differences we sometimes wish we could smooth away are the very features that make us memorable. And beautiful.  


I also learned that the energy we bring into a room is powerful. It’s even more powerful than possessing what people would call “classic beauty.” That energy we put out comes from feeling glowy on the inside.


As a freshman, my dad encouraged me to take a Creative Writing: Nonfiction class. On one of the first days of the class, we sat in a small, sunny room around a wooden table. I was wide eyed and full of wonder at the artfulness and resonant truth that the other students (and the greats we read) had woven into their work.


I couldn’t believe how many creative choices we have as we write about what’s true! 


From then on, I not only made Creative Writing: Nonfiction my college major, but I became obsessed with uncovering beauty and through-lines in our human experiences. 


Post-college, as a traveling indie musician, that theme continued. I learned the beauty of connecting with people over honest, shared experiences. 


Sometimes that meant I was singing about a homeless person I’d met in New York and sometimes the songs were about what true love feels like on an “off day.”


Fast forward a few years and there I was, an accidental documentary producer, working alongside my journalist husband to shoot and release a film. Making the film gave me a year and a half to look deeply at the origins of some of my most deeply held beliefs. In the process,


I learned the beauty of having goodness at the core of a thing, and not just on the surface.


Real beauty goes deeper than just the surface. 


And when the movie was wrapped and released, we sold all of our things and put what was left in backpacks. 


We left California to travel the world for a year. During that year, I learned the beauty of living simply and refusing to accumulate possessions so we’d be free to accumulate rich new experiences.


After seeing beautiful native women and travelers all around the world, I noticed that the most beautiful were the ones who seemed joyful and at peace.


The most beautiful people were the ones with light shining out from the inside - whether they were wearing makeup or not.


Today we’re back from our travels, building both a tiny house and a little baby (due March 2018!) Being pregnant for the first time and watching how my body changes to help grow this little life has made me feel more beautiful than ever before.


Having life and hope on the inside is a beautiful thing - whether that life is another human being or a light that shines out of you! We all hunger for a life that feels whole and hopeful. To me, wholeness and hope have a lot to do with beauty.


I couldn’t be more excited to encourage and inspire you to create wholeness, hope and beauty from the inside out. Stick around for loads of fresh inspiration! See you soon on the blog,


Kayte

Writer / Songwriter / World Traveler / Accidental Documentary Producer
www.instagram.com/kaytegracemusic 

In each season of my life so far, I’ve learned something new that deepens my understanding of beauty. 


As a child, I begged for an agent because I wanted desperately to act on TV. And I ended up doing just that! 


Growing up, I found myself in countless casting directors’ waiting rooms.


I’d be surrounded by 20 other girls who looked just like me, all vying for the same role on a TV show or in a movie or commercial.


In those waiting room moments it became clear that the differences we sometimes wish we could smooth away are the very features that make us memorable. And beautiful.


I also learned that the energy we bring into a room is powerful.


It’s even more powerful than possessing what people would call “classic beauty.” 


That energy we put out comes from feeling glowy on the inside. 


 And then I went to college in New York City. 


As a freshman, my dad encouraged me to take a Creative Writing: Nonfiction class. 


On one of the first days of the class, we sat in a small, sunny room around a wooden table.


I was wide eyed and full of wonder at the artfulness and resonant truth that the other students (and the greats we read) had woven into their work. 


I couldn’t believe how many creative choices we have as we write about what’s true!


From then on, I not only made Creative Writing: Nonfiction my college major, but I became obsessed with uncovering beauty and through-lines in our human experiences. 


Post-college, as a traveling indie musician, that theme continued. 


I learned the beauty of connecting with people over honest, shared experiences. 


Sometimes that meant I was singing about a homeless person I’d met in New York and sometimes the songs were about what true love feels like on an “off day.” 


Fast forward a few years and there I was, an accidental documentary producer, working alongside my journalist husband to shoot and release a film. 


Making the film gave me a year and a half to look deeply at the origins of some of my most deeply held beliefs. In the process, 


I learned the beauty of having goodness at the core of a thing, and not just on the surface. 


Real beauty goes deeper than just the surface. 


And when the movie was wrapped and released, we sold all of our things and put what was left in backpacks.


We left California to travel the world for a year. 


During that year, I learned the beauty of living simply and refusing to accumulate possessions so we’d be free to accumulate rich new experiences. 


After seeing beautiful native women and travelers all around the world, I noticed that the most beautiful were the ones who seemed joyful and at peace. 


The most beautiful people were the ones with light shining out from the inside - whether they were wearing makeup or not. 


Today we’re back from our travels, building both a tiny house and a little baby (due March 2018!) 


Being pregnant for the first time and watching how my body changes to help grow this little life has made me feel more beautiful than ever before.


Having life and hope on the inside is a beautiful thing - whether that life is another human being or a light that shines out of you! 


We all hunger for a life that feels whole and hopeful. To me, wholeness and hope have a lot to do with beauty.


I couldn’t be more excited to encourage and inspire you to create wholeness, hope and beauty from the inside out. Stick around for loads of fresh inspiration! See you soon on the blog,


Kayte 


Writer / Songwriter / World Traveler / Accidental Documentary Producer 


www.instagram.com/kaytegracemusic 

In each season of my life so far, I’ve learned something new that deepens my understanding of beauty.


As a child, I begged for an agent because I wanted desperately to act on TV. And I ended up doing just that!

 

Growing up, I found myself in countless casting directors’ waiting rooms.


I’d be surrounded by 20 other girls who looked just like me, all vying for the same role on a TV show or in a movie or commercial. 

 

In those waiting room moments it became clear that the differences we sometimes wish we could smooth away are the very features that make us memorable. And beautiful.

 

I also learned that the energy we bring into a room is powerful. It’s even more powerful than possessing what people would call “classic beauty.” That energy we put out comes from feeling glowy on the inside.

 

And then I went to college in New York City.

 

As a freshman, my dad encouraged me to take a Creative Writing: Nonfiction class. On one of the first days of the class, we sat in a small, sunny room around a wooden table. I was wide eyed and full of wonder at the artfulness and resonant truth that the other students (and the greats we read) had woven into their work.

 

I couldn’t believe how many creative choices we have as we write about what’s true!

 

From then on, I not only made Creative Writing: Nonfiction my college major, but I became obsessed with uncovering beauty and through-lines in our human experiences.


Post-college, as a traveling indie musician, that theme continued. I learned the beauty of connecting with people over honest, shared experiences.

 

Sometimes that meant I was singing about a homeless person I’d met in New York and sometimes the songs were about what true love feels like on an “off day.”

 

Fast forward a few years and there I was, an accidental documentary producer, working alongside my journalist husband to shoot and release a film. Making the film gave me a year and a half to look deeply at the origins of some of my most deeply held beliefs. In the process,


I learned the beauty of having goodness at the core of a thing, and not just on the surface. 


Real beauty goes deeper than just the surface. 


And when the movie was wrapped and released, we sold all of our things and put what was left in backpacks.


We left California to travel the world for a year. During that year, I learned the beauty of living simply and refusing to accumulate possessions so we’d be free to accumulate rich new experiences.


After seeing beautiful native women and travelers all around the world, I noticed that the most beautiful were the ones who seemed joyful and at peace. 


The most beautiful people were the ones with light shining out from the inside - whether they were wearing makeup or not.


Today we’re back from our travels, building both a tiny house and a little baby (due March 2018!) Being pregnant for the first time and watching how my body changes to help grow this little life has made me feel more beautiful than ever before. 


Having life and hope on the inside is a beautiful thing - whether that life is another human being or a light that shines out of you! We all hunger for a life that feels whole and hopeful. To me, wholeness and hope have a lot to do with beauty. 


I couldn’t be more excited to encourage and inspire you to create wholeness, hope and beauty from the inside out. Stick around for loads of fresh inspiration! See you soon on the blog,


Kayte 


Writer / Songwriter / World Traveler / Accidental Documentary Producerwww.instagram.com/kaytegracemusic    

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Moist and easy to apply

The containers are much smaller than presented but very moist and natural when applied. Easy to apply and feels good on the skin. Service and delivery were fast and accurate.

I really like it, I just wish it was a bigger size

Perfect trio

Glides on and becomes one with your skin....as opposed to sitting on top.
Lovely creamy texture that has a powder finish.
Universal shades that are multi purpose.
The only 3 sticks you will need in you purse. Super simple.. I love these.

Fantastic!

I have used the serum for a year now and I will continue doing so. I always put it on my face after I shave my beard. I no longer put on aftershave or anything with alcohol on it. The serum is quick to absorb and has a lot of vitamins that are good for my skin. My face looks young for my age and I often get that comment from people. I recommend this amazing product to anyone.

Love it!

Absolutely love this 3 in 1 compact stick for daily use I can bring with me anywhere! Suits my skintone in different shades for different seasons