Liz Lange: Everyone needs a little green in their life, even if it's not St. Patty's day That said, green can be tricky especially if worn close to your face and we certainly do not recommend wearing it head to toe. But the right tone of green can actually be extremely flattering.   Jane and I had a consultation with color expert Jill Kirsh and it was pretty eye-opening.  I was under the common misconception that makeup/clothing color directly relates to your skin tone. While I would not completely discount that (I mean how many of us can look as magical as Lupita in her flowing blue Oscar dress) I have come to believe (with Jill's help) that hair color is a HUGE part of the equation. After all your hair does frame your face.

Jane Wagman: Jill changed my life. There I said it. That said, if a color is not close to my face I do stray from my "approved" colors. Jill has a pretty easy system.

Liz Lange: Jane and I are all about out lashes. That said, we have very different approaches to achieving lash glory. Personally I like to lie on my back and take a nap while eyelash guru Grace (917-863-1018) - don't say I never do anything for you(!), tapes my eyes shut and applies fake lashes one at a time. It is the most relaxing hour of my life and the results are amazing. Grace is a GENIUS!

Jane Wagman: I used to do the same as Liz. That is, until I discovered Nutraluxe Lash. In a few weeks my lashes were thicker and longer and in a few months they were j'amazing. I get so many compliments on my lashes and people always think they are fake (I guess they are to a degree but that's besides the point). I like that I no longer have to worry about my lashes when I wash my face and I don't have to sleep with my face hanging off my pillow!

P.S.My ab fave mascara (and I know it was Liz's too when she used to need mascara) is Blinc. It is this cool technology where the mascara coats each indivual lashes in almost a rubber-like consistency and then crumbles off your eyes rather then smudges off. It is truly the only mascara I have ever worn that isn't sitting all over my face by the end of a long (or short) day.

Liz:  If you ask me, all that glitters is GOLD! The Olympics has had us all dreaming of gold. But truth be told, I have always been a gold girl! In fact I have been known to reject a beautiful purse just because the hardware on it was the "wrong" color.

Jane: J'adore gold especially goldendoodles!

Liz Lange: Why is my sister so consumed with animal jewelry? Every time I look at her hand she has a new animal insect crawling up her finger. I'm not kidding, I think she has a snake ring, snake earrings, an eagle ring, a ring in the shape of a moth (?), I think I saw a diamond ghekko... How am I doing Jane? Missing anything?

Jane Wagman: Je pense no! And you are correct, I do have a bad case of jungle fever. It all started with that jumbo gold Cartier panther ring. Damn you Cartier. Honestly I love something kind of weird - like a moth, scorpio, hedgehog... done in a really elegant way. It makes you do a double take. Now if I could only get my grubby hands on all of the above items or more accurately if only I get all the above on my grubby hands, ears, neck, wrist...