Inspired by the power of kinetic energy and the fluidity of the body in motion, the Body Electrics range ignites the skin with intensity and highlights the body’s every twist and turn to exquisite perfection. Ensuring you exude a confidence that’s more than skin deep.The collection is an anthology of creams, powders and dry body oils filled with light, shimmer and shine, designed to highlight and contour your whole body.
There are 2 models for this collection:
- blonde on the blue background and
OMG! I just have to share this with you. I can’t wait!!!
What do you think? And boy, I wonder what happened with Carrie and Aidan.Read More
I’ve realized that I don’t post that many information and reviews about Asian and Australian brands. I will try to pay more attention to them and also to get more things for myself in the future. And we will start today with Paul and Joe. Although I came across a lot of reviews on the blogs that I read I’ve never been a fan of the brand for some reasons.
Sabrina has the best reviews about this brand on her blog The Beauty Look Book. She already has photos of summer collection so if you are a fan of Paul & Joe – don’t miss it.
When I saw that Zuneta has a discount on these beautiful glosses I understood that it’s time to get some for myself. They were only £ 8.18 instead of £ 14.30 so I had to get them. At first I wanted to get all of them but eventually got only one “just to try”
Look how beautiful they are
“When you spread this lip gloss onto your lips, you won’t notice a heaviness , as with other glosses. This plumping, thickening gloss glides on your lips with perfect smoothness. Once it’s on, it adheres firmly and adds an extra dimension that lasts and lasts.
001 Byzantine: A cool, sexy shade of brown and gold
002 Bullion: Bright yellow and gold with a luxurious shimmer
003 Lustre: Charming shades of pink and gold that project twinkling lights.”
So what is my opinion about the gloss?
Probably I am thinking stereotypes but for me all (well almost all) makeup that is made in Japan = good quality. But if to talk about this glossRead More
Today I would like to make a post about Chantecaille. It is an amazing luxury brand with the most beautiful design. They have a lot of LE collections dedicated to ocean life and different animals. Chantecaille donates 5% of proceeds to different wildlife-monitoring networks.
Unfortunatelly I don’t have anything from the brand yet but I can’t wait to get something. Meanwhile you can read about the brand and check out the amazing promo pictures.
Known for its uniquely high concentration of natural botanicals, Chantecaille is the preeminent luxury brand for serious skincare and beautifying cosmetics. The line stands out for the extensive research and technological innovation invested in each groundbreaking formula. It is also distinguished by the exceptional purity of its ingredients, which are endowed with a potent life force capable of nourishing and revitalizing the skin, the body and the spirit.
Chantecaille employs advanced technologies alongside centuries-old traditions in skincare. Biotechnology, Chinese medicine, aromatherapy and European flower pharmacology all contribute to the company’s proprietary blends of natural elements and scientific rigor. It offers extraordinary results to modern women who demand high-performance, health-enhancing products that are both efficient and effective.
Fall 2008 gorgeous promo
Chantecaille’s makeup is renowned for its natural look, particularly the foundations that have revolutionized the way women use coverage. The color collection, also imbued with skin-friendly natural ingredients and botanical antioxidants, always complements current fashion, interpreting each season’s most important hues, textures and finishes.
Chantecaille has always sought to raise awareness of important environmental concerns. It’s an integral part of the brand and a way to give back to the bountiful nature that serves as its muse. Chantecaille’s intimate relationship with women has been instrumental in establishing a platform for sharing these ideas and for providing opportunities for greater involvement in global issues. From helping to fund the preservation of Monarch butterfly habitats to calling attention to the destruction of the world’s oceans, Chantecaille’s special-edition collections seek toRead More
I’ve got so many comments and questions about the first issue of the on-line magazine Makeup4All that I just have to make this post and tell you about everything. Also I would like to tell you how I got this idea and how did it all come together. But first of all I want to thank you all from thew bottom of my heart for all the lovely comments, e-mails and tweets that I got. You support means so much to me!
Where from did I get the idea and how it all started?
I’ve always wanted to do something special for the blog but didn’t know what. So one day I was chatting with Mr. (yes, he has to listen about my blog, about how much I need a new Chanel lipstick and a new purse etc. ) and he told me: “Well, you waste (I’d say spend) money on magazines so why don’t you make your own?!” I was shocked. Like how can I make my own magazine? So many people work on it: writers, editors, photographers, stylists, designers, make-up artists etc. How can I make it myself? Are you crazy? But he would never stop. We were talking about it since summer (or even last spring) and this winter I finally gave up. It was a huge challenge. But I love to risk sometimes. I was also curious about the results.
What the process looked like?
Probably the most difficult part was to think about the content. I was brainstorming it for a long time. When I finally had some ideas I was looking for photos and Press Releases. I also wanted to have some tutorials and interviews. So I contacted people and brands. So many never answered so I would like to thank all of you who did. The idea to make it a Spring issue came later because at first I didn’t know what would be the main topic of this all.
Who helped me?Read More