Here are the new fabulous sets from Elemis both for women and men! Alice Temperley and Elemis have collaborated to create the ‘Safari Travellers’.
These sets were created to help raise money and awareness for Mothers4Children charity.
Women’s Safari Traveller RRP £79.00 Men’s Safari Traveller RRP £50.00 £1.50 donation per sale goes to Mothers4Children
“Designed exclusively for Elemis, London-based designer Alice Temperley MBE has used this season’s must-have animal prints for the limited edition collections. Renowned for her attention to detail, the ladies faux leather bags is adorned with her signature studs with gorgeous oyster coloured interior with a double sided golden zip on each side of the bag to place all your holiday necessities.
The Safari Traveller for men doesn’t go unnoticed, with a sleek contemporary charcoal grey and black toned leopard print exterior, embellished with matt silver studs. Filled with Elemis’ best selling spa and skincare products so you have everything you need to be top to toe Summer ready, wherever you’re jetting off to.”
Alice Temperley for Elemis Traveller Collections exclusively available at John Lewis from 12th – 27th March 2011 and nationwide from May 2011 at timetospa.co.uk, selected department stores and spas and salons.
The Toxic Nature Lipstick in Atomic (£15.50) which is described as a fuchsia violet.
And oh my goodness, I absolutely loved this lipstick. I have one more lipstick by Illamasqua which is gorgeous but is a bit drying and you should really have your lips in perfect condition to wear it.
However, this one is different, I don’t find it drying and I don’t find it enhancing all the dry areas so much although I must say that my lips are in a great condition which is hard to believe (thanks to this lip balm).
It also stays on for
Do you remember the last year’s Colour Effect by Max Factor makeup collection?
So this year’s Colour Effect collection includes 24 products which are mono and trio eye shadows, cube glosses and nail varnishes.
Love this promo image, so beautiful!
Max Colour Effect Mono Eyeshadows (£4.99)
“Single shocks of colour to create a striking make-up look. The Mono’s make for a perfect, petite make-up bag must-have.”
Max Colour Effect Eyeshadow Mono in Golden Bronze
- Max Colour Effect Eyeshadow Mono in Aqua Marine
- Max Colour Effect Eyeshadow Mono in Golden Bronze
- Max Colour Effect Eyeshadow Mono in Magic Nights
- Max Colour Effect Eyeshadow Mono in Soft Lilac
- Max Colour Effect Eyeshadow Mono in Velvet Violet
- Max Colour Effect Eyeshadow Mono in Vibrant Mauve
- Max Colour Effect Eyeshadow Mono in White Satin
Trio eye shadow Max Colour Effect Eyeshadow Trio (£6.99)
- Max Factor Max Colour Effect Eyeshadow Trio in Pajama Party, a blend of
For those of you don’t know – Benefit just launched the B Right Skincare range this week!
The range includes the following products:
Refined Finish Facial Polish, $22
Refined finish facial polish beautifully brightens the complexion, gently exfoliating to purify the skin & help minimize the appearance of pores to reveal skin’s natural radiance.
It’s potent! Eye Cream, $32
Your eyes can’t keep a secret…they’re the
As you may remember, Illamasqua has launched the brand new product which is called Cream Pigment and you can read about it here.
There are 6 shades in general and I was given 3 of them to try out. I have Emerge, Mould and Dab. So here is what Illamasqua says about them and my opinion.
First of all I have to say that I like the idea that you can use these on eyes/lips/cheeks/face/body- whatever you can think of and whatever suits you.
I also like what Alex Box said about these: “I don’t think we have ever created a product that is as hard working as Cream Pigment. They can correct or enhance, disguise or reveal. I am obsessed with their versatility; blush, lips, eyes, contouring … they are absolutely my favourite product right now. Super-blendable, they can be pressed and blended into skin or slicked on for graphic shapes. Education is key with the pigments. Once you have learnt how to master them, you can control their impact.”
So here we go:
Emerge (peach) – “This peach brightens under eye shadows and is beautiful as a highlighter on olive – darker skintones. It’s also a very flattering blusher on paler skin tones.”
Unfortunately, it doesn’t work for me as an under eye concealer as I find the texture heavy for my taste and it looks too obvious on myself. As for the lipstick – I wouldn’t wear it on it’s own as it looks like concealer on me but it’s great to mix with other shades to make them lighter! I like to use this as a blusher as it looks very pretty on my skin tone, really suitable for Spring – fresh and peachy.
I was interested in how it is compared with Rude ( I L-O-V-E Rude, definitely, a must have from the brand) so here you go. If I had to choose between both – I’d go for Rude as I love the shade, texture, blend-ability, well, everything about it.
Dab (lilac) – “This