So many celebs have their own perfumes and some of you like it, some don’t ( I don’t) so now it’s not a big deal. But I was still a bit surprised to find out that Shakira has her own fragrance as well. It is called S and will be available in September.
Notes of S are:
- amber accord
Your thoughts? Do you like Shakira? What celebrity fragrance would you use? I would take a look if Monica Bellucci had one, I guess.Read More
I really like products from Elemis Exotic line and I’ve already reviewed the Exotic Frangipani Monoi Moisture Melt and Exotic Lime and Ginger Salt Glow. This is why I was happy to find out that there will be a new perfume from exotic line. I haven’t tried it yet but I’d love to.
Close your eyes…take a deep breath…sense the mystery…escape to a faraway place. And…reconnect
Elemis exotic is an intoxicating blend of warming Sri Lankan Cinnamon Bark, Pink Pepper, Clove Bud Oil chased beautifully by the floral heart of Ylang Ylang, Indian Jasmine Sambac and precious Tuberose. As the fragrance evolves the bass notes of Frankinscense, Somali Incense, Cedarwood and Sandalwood linger and are a fixative. Close your eyes and in one deep breath and let the exotic notes transport you to a faraway place. The spiciness of the top note, floral of the heart note and the accord of that final warm experience. An extension of you.
- Warm Top Notes: Pink Pepper, Clove Bud and Cinnamon Bark
- Precious Floral Heart Notes: Ylang Ylang, Tuberose, Indian Jasmine Sambac
- Woody Base Notes: Cedarwood, Somali Incense, Sandalwood
Elemis Eau de Parfum – RRP £35 for 28ml
Will be available in September.Read More
So it’s time for August favourites! This month I got a lot of new products and here are those that I loved the most.
1 and 2 – Illamasqua’s Precision Inks in Abyss (deepest black) and Alchemy (antique gold). It’s easy to use them, the colours are rich and pigmented and they stay on forever. You can read the detailed review and see the swatches here.
3.Guerlain KissKiss Gloss in Crystal Pearl 800, shimmering iridescent pink.
I’ve been using this gloss all the time and got a lot of compliments and so many people asked me about the colour. Pale sparkly pinks are my favourite lip glosses so no wonder that I like this one so much. The formula is quite thick and moisturizing. Keep in mind that it’s a scented gloss. Crystal Pearl is beyond gorgeous and it reminds me of my favourite gloss of all times – Mica by Chanel. Detailed review coming later.
4. Rouge Bunny Rouge Decadent Duos Joys and Desires in Rumba Cubana.
This is a nice product which is a liquid blush and a lip gloss. I love multi-purpose travel friendly products and this is one of them. The lip gloss is lovely but the blush is just amazing, I am totally in love. The formula is not heavy at all and it’s easy toRead More
Just thought I’d share with you! And don’t you just love the makeup of all 4 girls in this promo video? Beautiful defined eye makeup with dramatic false eye lashes!
I’ve heard rumors that we will see Brian Austin Green with… Bree. Do you know anything?Read More
I love Emily Blunt and I think that she always looks gorgeous! And she looked stunning at the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards in a beautiful lavender dress from Dior’s 2010 Resort Collection.
Besides beautiful dress and makeup she always has a great hair style and I got some tips oh now to create it yourself.
Emily’s hair was done by her long-time stylist, London-born Laini Reeves, co-owner of the hot new Essensuals London Salon on Melrose Avenue in L.A. http://www.essensualslondon.com/
Laini Reeves, who also styled the hair for Emily Blunt’s recent wedding, created a fresh yet sophisticated look inspired by the iconic finger waves of the 20s. She used lightweight, instantly-absorbed argan oil-infused Moroccanoil products to style Emily’s shoulder length layered hair into a beautiful waved design that fell slightly below the jawline on the sides, and with shorter, pincurled accents at the nape of the neck.
How to get the look:
“We wanted to create a look that was very different from any that Emily had worn before. Once I saw the gown, I knew that a modern look based on the waved looks of the 20’s was the perfect compliment for the design.
- I first shampooed Emily’s hair with Moroccanoil Moisture Repair Shampoo to leave it soft, shiny and well conditioned for the intricacies of styling.
- After mixing a cocktail of Moroccanoil Intense Curl Cream and the original Moroccanoil Treatment, I worked the blend from the middle to the ends of the hair to control ends and flyaways and provide natural-looking, soft hold.
- Next, I made a low side-part on the