Today I would like to tell you some things about London Fashion Week! You can check out all the details at the official website! And here you can check out the schedule and read about all designers. Also check out this amazing video. I love the British accent so much 🙂
London Fashion Weekend takes place from the 24th to the 27th of September at Somerset House and 180 The Strand – right in the heart of London and in the Official London Fashion Week catwalk and exhibition venues. There are over 120 designers such as Luella, Juicy Couture, Kors by Michael Kors, Designer Studio featuring Prada, D&G and Roberto Cavalli (and many others) are selling their collections at up to 75% off their retail prices.
They are are not sitting all together. I just made 1 photo out of 2 he-he. Anna + the company and Gwyneth + the company are separately!:) Gwyneth, Liv and Emma look amazing as always!
Victoria Beckham and Angess Deine at Burberry
Check out photos of other celebrities who were spotted at the London Fashion Week and 2 Face Charts that I liked
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Look for sunglasses that filter out at least some blue light, which can damage the retina and lead to macular degeneration (vision loss from degeneration in parts of the eye). To make sure, try wearing them outside; a blue sky should appear gray with these on. Also ask about polarization, a type of filtering that helps reduce glare.
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Sunglasses – Choose Sunglasses that Look Great and Protect Your Eyes
There are so many new lipsticks out for Spring, as usual, that I have decided to feature 5 that look the most exciting, in my opinion.
First of all, it’s all about the Rouge Hermés, available from March. It seems like lipstick is the way to start in makeup, Tom Ford did the same, and look at the brand now. And it all makes sense, it is so much easier to buy a lipstick rather than a handbag, that way most of us can get our own piece of luxury. And it’s not a secret that beauty gives the highest revenue for high-end brands, no wonder they all are launching beauty and makeup.
WSJ; image credit
As for Hermés, each lipstick will retail for $67, with a for a $42 refill, there will be 24 shades to begin with. The gorgeous and unique design was created by Pierre Hardy, according to WSJ.
This feature has been sitting in drafts since summer, so it’s about time I share my thoughts on Sarah Chapman Skinesis Skin Insurance SPF 30 Perfecting Tint.
I really love Skinesis, and the products I have tried are amazing (my Cleanser review) so I was expecting a lot from this, and was correct.
What did I like about this product?
While I am still trying to figure out what were my absolutely favourite products of 2017, here is a feature on my January 2018 favourites, and since I have missed the November and December 2017, there are quite a few products.
While the first product is a firm favourite which I have been using for years (they have a new packaging now) the CT lipstick is a new addition to the products I love. I actually created a Pinterest board about this lipstick for a competition when it just launched. This was a product from a friend who thought I’d like it, and she was right, it is incredible. Gorgeous colour, opaque and not flat, and comfortable but, at the same time, long-lasting formula.
For the eyes I have four products: Clarins Graphik Ink Liner (Selfridges,Harrods, Escentual.com, Nordstorm, Sephora, Bergdorf Goodman.) is the best one I have used in a very long time: it is intensely black and glossy, long-lasting, and very easy to use. A firm favourite, I highly recommend. As for the Max Factor 2000 Calorie Curl Addict Mascara in Black Brown (Amazon and Amazon UK) long time readers will know that MF are the only high street mascaras that I use, I am a mascara snob, because, unfortunately, cheap mascaras do not work for me. And I did not plan on getting a Brown version I just did not look properly in the shop. Can’t believe this happened again. But I am loving the softer version of the dark brown.
I barely ever use anything from EL but I am absolutely in love with this eye shadow which was a present from the same friend who gave me the lipstick. This shade goes really well with my other all time favourites, my little duo which is always with me, and I love pairing it with my beloved Inglot Eye Shadows AMC Shine 37 (here).The colour and the sparkling finish are just dreamy.
I also have two