Here is a preview of some new foundations that are out for AW 17, two cushions, one for glow effect and one for a matte finish.
Chanel Les Beiges Gel Touch Healthy Glow Tint SPF 15, $60 from Nordstrom
“A cushion compact that features a lightweight aqua-gel texture to leave skin with a subtle tint and sheer, dewy finish. Enriched with kalanchoe extract and hyaluronic acid, the refreshing formula helps to provide up to eight hours of hydration, along with optimal protection and soothing comfort.”
Shiseido Synchro Skin Glow Luminizing Fluid Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF 20, $45 from Bergdorf Goodman
For a “lasting, natural-looking brilliant glow all day. A hydrating foundation that works with your skin’s condition throughout the day for a dewy glow without any shine. Skin
I’ve been having a thing for Givenchy makeup lately. And whenever I run out of a product, it is one of the first brands I look into.
My favourite BY TERRY Ligne Blackstar in So Black (here) dried out right before the wedding, which was very unexpected, and I was almost in a panic mode, to be honest. But I had to calm down and go shopping for a new eye liner (all the ones I had were not good enough).
It took a while to find the one I would like, as the photo above demonstrates. And Givenchy Liner Couture Precision Felt-tip Eyeliner was the one.
I really loved the
Here is a preview of Givenchy Les Saisons summer 2016 makeup collection which is all about the sun-kissed complexion and innovative textures.
Poudre Bonne Mine, £36
Cult Givenchy bronzing powders in Moonlight Saison, Première Saison, Douce Saison, Ambre Saison and Extrême Saison.
“Based on new-generation technology, the formula is a baked gel which transforms into powder when applied. The Healthy Glow Powder naturally enhances the skin colour. It’s a daily indulgence that gives the complexion a perfectly “nude-skin effect” and healthy glow, thanks to its totally weightless texture, without any powdery veil. An unprecedented comfort which gives a long lasting tailor-made result.”
Mister Radiant Primer (£29 for 30 ml), Mister Radiant Bronzer (£29 for 30 ml), Mister Radiant Blush (£25 for 20 ml)
“Gorged with water, this sheer primer gel provides extreme freshness and glides on like a totally invisible and imperceptible veil with a nude finish. A unique combination of tinted microbeads work to naturally exalt the radiance of the complexion. Upon
I don’t have that many favourites this month but I really love each and every one a lot.
I am huge fan of Givenchy Noir Couture Mascara, and I really like this one, too. This ball-shaped mascara has been around for a while but I have tried it only this year and only because I’ve bought it by accident (did not return it because the lady at Givenchy told me it is her favourite). And I am happy I’ve kept it, as it is great. It takes time to get used to this shape but once you do – you can get incredible results: think, long and black lashes. I also like the fact that this mascara stays on without smudging all day. The only thing I’d say is that this is not a I-am-in-a-rush product, it does take some time to build up the effect but it is worth it, in my opinion.
Rouge Bunny Rouge Pristine Light Light Corrective Eye Primer. Use the code RBR-MAKEUP4ALL20 for a 20% off and get it here.
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Mascara is probably the makeup product. And usually even those ladies who are not into makeup love themselves some mascara so I’ve decided to dedicate this week to mascaras, and we will start with looking at my all time favourites. I’ve selected six: five black and my all time favourite colourful mascara.
Here we go:
- Chanel Le Volume de Chanel Mascara in 10 Noir Review
- Dior DiorShow Extase Mascara review)
- Smith & Cult Lash Dance Mascara Review
- YSL Faux Cils Mascara Review
- HOURGLASS Caution Extreme Lash Mascara review
A few of these are a cult classic, and for a reason, I must say. Hourglass mascara was launched relatively recently but it took the beauty world by storm. Smith and Cult is the