I felt in love with Bourjois Vintage blush and eye shadows when I only saw the promo photos. They are much better in person!
Looks like we are going to get something pretty for Spring as well. Look at this pretty flower design of the eye shadows in Tabac Blond.
I am sure that you know that coral is the hottest colour for nails and lips so be sure to get this nail polish and lipstick by Bourjois
So Laque Ultra Shine
- Tangerine Fatal
Sweet Kiss Shine
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On the photo:
- Candy Fluff
- Still Life
Each flower is by Lush and is £3.5
Mother’s Day is very soon. Also if you celebrate Women’s Day it is tomorrow (8th of March) so it’s time to get some flowers because all women like flowers! But do they?! Do you love flowers or think that it’s a waste of money because they die in 2-3 days?
As for myself I like flowers but I still think that I girl wouldn’t mind some Chanel (put your fav brand here )
It was my Birthday yesterday so I got some flowers and here are the photos for you
Roses and tulipsRead More
Over at theNotice, Rae talks about the “LOL Scarf” (aka the MAC Liberty of London scarf,) and wonders why the heck anyone would spend $115 on it!
Head over to Beautifully Glossy to read what GlossQueen has to say about Diorshow’s Iconic Mascara.
Curious to see how the Purple Lab Silk Sheets Luxe Foundation measures up? Blaq Vixen Beauty has the scoop!
Arianne of Glitter Geek is still in a makeup rut, so she tries to fight back with smoky blue eyeshadows!
Krasey Beauty gets acquainted with the new Chanel Rouge Coco lipsticks, and promptly falls in love.
Hot Beauty Health shares hot hair color trends to wear in 2010.
Jeweled Thumb asks the age old question: “Would you like some lip gloss with those oysters?” Wait, what?
Jellyminx Thinks is featured on Makeup.com, thanks to the lovely people at Lancome.
Lights…Camera…Action! Mz. More at The Glamorous Gleam gets ready for her close up as she reviews the new HD foundation from Revlon.
Vex in the City unveils swatches in all their pastel glory from Revlon Spring 2010.
Christelle at Beauty Crazed uses Mary Kay to shut down her shine!
Beauty Woo Me wants you to stop making that Duckface!
Ever wanted to know the differences between the Beauty Blender and it’s dupes? Hell Candy Make Up did! Read her reviews here.
On her hunt for the perfect scent, TheLipPrint discovers an indie gem – Sonoma Scent Studio’s Opal and Vintage Rose.
Coral is the hottest colour for Spring and Summer. Discover the perfect coral lipstick in Over by Illamasqua with Makeup4All!
Help Audrey Dao celebrate her 1 year blog anniversary with giveaways all month long!
Prime Beauty asks “What’s your favorite eyeliner?” and gives away a Stila Mini Smudge Pot Collection.
Have a wonderful weekend!Read More
“The rose has always been an icon to us, representing deep womanly sensuality in full bloom, it seemed natural that it served equally as inspiration in our quest for the perfect collection of lipsticks.”
Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana proudly celebrate the first year anniversary of Dolce & Gabbana The Make Up with The Roses Lipstick Collection.
The Roses Lipstick Collection, is a salute to the iconic glamour of the 1950s-its underlying eroticism, its smoldering sensuality – The Roses Lipstick Collection embodies the utmost in seduction. Lips, the ultimate symbol of feminine allure, are enhanced and emboldened as the key to a woman’s duality-her simplicity and complexity, her strength and vulnerability. Each and every lipstick shares an intoxicating velvety smooth fragrance redolent of the wild rose gardens of Sicily, innate to the designers’ deepest roots. Inspired by these classic and beloved rose gardens, the designers have further transformed the ‘100 petals’ scent to live as a modern formulation that evokes a euphoric sensory experience. Adding further nostalgia, when the lipstick case is shut, a special clicking sound adds a hint of intrigue.
The collection includes 5 shades of lipsticks
The Classic Lipstick in:
- Scarlett 185
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Zoya just publishes the information about their new Summer 2010 collection. I always wondered why this brand is called Zoya which is a women’s name for those of you who don’t know. So this is from the history from the brand:
“Art of Beauty was founded in 1986 by Zoya and Michael Reyzis. They had a shared vision, which evolved from a small nail salon into a spa focusing on natural nails, skin care and alternative European herbal treatments. Today, the company has grown to become a manufacturer of the most innovative professional beauty products ever created.
Zoya, originally a classical pianist in Russia, earned her Cosmetology license in 1979 when she and her husband Michael immigrated to the United States. While pianist jobs were limited, the world of cosmetology offered a new profession and a means by which to build a new career. Through Zoya’s hard work, and a demand for quality and healthy, natural ingredients for her clients, it became evident that there was a need for the perfect products. Responding to his wife’s requests. Michael, an advanced chemist, developed and patented unique products such as anti-wrinkle treatments and shampoo and conditioning treatments for the salon & spa. He also created the first working fast drying topcoat and the longest wearing, toxin free natural nail polish, revolutionizing the nail industry.”
All this story makes me want to try this brand even more but it is pretty hard to get it in Europe. This is why I contacted Zoya and they were so kind to give me some contacts were we, Europeans, can get their products! But back to the new collection Flash & Sparkle Collection for Summer 2010.
Zoya Flash CollectionRead More