Givenchy is the brand that I really like these days, their products are not only amazing, the design and packing are right up my street, too. This is why I am excited to share their Autumn release.
First of all, there is a new lipstick Le Rouge Sculpt, $38
It features a two-toned design: “The lipstick is designed to colour and contour in a single step. The core shade highlights the center of the lips, while the darker, tone-on-tone shade, enriched with the Noir Révélateur formula, contours the edges with a deeper color. It’s a lipstick like you’ve never seen before. Le Rouge Sculpt creates contrast, contours lips, and adds volume.”
It all sounds amazing, and I really hope it does all of that in real life. Can’t wait to try these lipsticks in person, as Givenchy lip products never disappoint (at least they don’t disappoint me).
Besides the lipsticks, there are also two eye products:
Quite a few brands famous for mascaras launched additions to their ranges, and we are talking about Lancome, YSL (The Shock) and Dior. And I have reviewed at least one from each brand in the past…
But today let’s take a look at two mascaras I haven’t mentioned yet.
“A super-volumizing squeezable mascara with a fully loaded brush for instant, extreme lash volume. By pumping the soft tube, you’ll coat the brush and soften the creamy, rich mascara formula inside for a perfect, fresh application, every time”.
“A high-volume mascara that delivers bold lash volume for up to 24 hours. Features a large brush and an ultra-creamy formula that glides onto lashes like silk and delivers up to 12 times the volume with up to 24 hours of wear”.
I am actually trying out quite a few mascaras now, so expect to see the reviews in the future.
For Givenchy’s summer 2017 makeup collection Nicolas Degennes was inspired by gysophila flowers.
The star of the collection is definitely the gorgeous Les Saisons Healthy Glow Powder in 02 Douce Saison (£44) which features the Gypsophila pattern and adds glow to the complexion. The formula is crafted from a liquid gel, which evaporates when baked to leave only pigment behind, this is why the product, according to the brand, has a long-lasting finish and a natural-looking and flattering colour.
There are also two colourful eye products: Noir Couture Volume Waterproof Mascara
in 02 Blue Gypsophila (£25.50). And you may know that I am die hard fan of this mascara. And an
It’s like only yesterday I was writing about my favourite makeup products of 2016, and today I am already sharing about the favourites of the first month of 2017. Where did time go?
And it feels like I am talking about the same things over, and over again but I do love those products. However, I did discover some new gems this month.
This is definitely my favourite oil of the moment, it works even for my extremely dry skin type, saves it from being flaky and itchy, and smells amazing. Finally, a product I love as much, as my other REN Holy Grail.
J. R. Watkins Shea Butter Hand Cream (from Amazon)
My fried got this one in America, and she told me how this is a very rich and nourishing cream, and it is. While some people find such textures to be too much for their taste, I am a big fan, the cream leaves the skin ridiculously soft and smooth. And smells of honey and coconuts.
Carmex Moisture Lip Balm (from Amazon)
Another present, this time from my lovely Farrah. This product does not need an introduction, it is a cult favourite for a reason. I personally love the
Givenchy Noir Couture Mascara really caught my attention, and I’ve decided to buy one, without reading any reviews before head. I have also picked up the famous Phenomen’ Eyes to see for myself how it works. When I came home I saw that I’ve got the Noir Couture in Brown…
Yes, I have a new thing, taking photos of makeup with my books that is.
At first I wanted to exchange it but then I’ve realised that I have tried all kinds of mascaras from green and blue to purple, and even oxblood, but never a brown one, so it was about time [I did buy a brown mascara from Benefit ages ago but forgot about it, and it dried out].
First of all, let’s take a moment to appreciate the