Or Imperial Sublime Radiant Powder Face & Body ($85.00)
A silky loose powder creating a light-reflecting veil with a subtle golden iridescent finish. This year, this irresistible face and body powder comes in an iridescent gold copper shade, beautifully packaged in a reinterpretation of the mythical Guerlain Bee Bottle (50 ml).
Midnight Star ($73.00)
The perfect ally for all evenings out! Midnight Star helps to dispel signs of fatigue and stress built up during the day. Use 1 mini capsule after a long day to revive the complexion and refresh your look — a skincare primer for the busy holiday season.
Allure have put out their annual Best of Beauty Awards list. The list is comprised of 190 greatest beauty products. Every product was tested, voted on, and chosen by Allure editors. You can read about the winners in their October issue or on the Allure website. Check out the winners… Read the rest of this entry…
Artists use watercolour, oil, chalk, pastel, pencil, ink. We use makeup. Both require a bold vision and a perfectly primed canvas to start. New innovations to ensure the Artist’s idyll is perfectly realized: Prep + Prime Skin Brightening Serum evens out any skin tone, Prep + Prime Face Protect SPF 50 helps stop future damage with ultimate determination, and for M·A·C Asia, Prep + Prime Fortified Skin Enhancer SPF 35/PA+++ blurs visible skin imperfections and helps block harmful rays. The state-of-the-art way to prepare skin for a flawless makeup application. Prep for Colour helps every skin type become a modern masterpiece.
Want supermodel skin? Following the footsteps of her fellow supermodels – Cindy Crawford has Meaningful Beauty, Heidi Klum as In an Instant, Miranda Kerr has Kora – Giselle Bundchen has launched a skincare line, Sejaa Pure Skincare. The eco-friendly line “thoughtful” packaging and recycled paper. The line will also use natural ingredients free from any parabens, petrochemicals, synthetic or genetically modified ingredients. So far, the line contains three different products – day cream, night cream, and mud mask – priced from $56 – $70.
A fireside fantasy far from the maddening crowd is undeniably appealing. Seek refuge in the warmth, the glow of skin rosy with Refined Golden Mineralize Skinfinish, Shadesticks in Cuddle, Nurture and Snuggle shades, cozy as a mug of cocoa on a bearskin rug. Curl up with the cashmere kiss of Warm Me Up Lipstick or Light That Fire! Lipglass; the woodsy, rustic chic of Mulled Cider Eye Shadow and Dim the Lights Na il La cquer. Like being in a majestic lodge surrounded by all of life’s real comforts. Natural beauty, the way M∙A∙C makes it modern.
Warm & Cozy Face, with Ca re Blends Essential Oils in Sweet Orange + La vender, or Grapefruit + Chamomile feels soothing and sultry when elements are harsh and extreme…add M∙A∙C signature innovation with Mineralize All-Over Moisture Lotion, and see new radiance, revivified lustre,optimum health. Like going on retreat and communing with nature, it’s an earthly way to bring back what the city takes away, and a sensual solution to make life simple, but luxurious. Winter beauty begins here.
From ’80s Sprouse-in-the-House kohl and fringe to London New Goth, going back to black changes the mood, deepens the drama. Eyeliner, beehives and beyond, this is a celebration of going madly, deliriously noir. Don’t wait ’til midnight.
Doesn’t it seem like more and more young women are concerned about aging? I mean there are people in their twenties getting Botox and fillers – heck there are even teens doing it. I’ll admit that when I was on my teens I was somewhat concern about aging more than my friends were. I didn’t do anything drastic – I just wore sunblock because I was afraid of getting wrinkles. But I wasn’t religious about it – to be honest, I forgot to wear sunblock more times than not, but I did wear it more than my peers did. Now that I’m in my twenties, I’m still concern with aging more than most of my friends, not to the point of getting fillers, but I make sure to wear sunblock and I do use some anti-aging products. Sometimes I do wonder if the products are really doing anything for me at this age, but I tell myself that it’s for preventative measures and that I’ll thank myself one day. I must be doing something right, considering the fact that a lot of people think I’m a sophomore in high school – however, I think my Asian genes do factor in a lot.
Anyways my obsession with slowing down the aging process is why I find Mitch McCabe’s documentary, Youth Knows No Pain, so intriguing. The film explores our society’s relationship to aging. She interviews cosmetic surgeons, Botox babes, all the while giving her own smart introspective views. It is also interesting to note that McCabe is the daughter of a plastic surgeon. It looks like a smart, funny, and intriguing film. Youth Knows No Pains premieres tonight on HBO at 9 pm – so don’t forget to set your DVR.
If you’re interested in Kanebo SENSAI Silky Purifying double cleansing collection, there are nine products that you can customize to suit your skin’s specific need. You can find Kanebo SENSAI products at Bergdorf Goodman or you can email Kanebo directly at email@example.com.
I already told you guys about some of the upcoming Nordstrom beauty exclusives, but here’s the complete list. There are so many brands participating this year, it’s going to be awesome! I can’t wait. Remember the Anniversary Sale is from July 17 – August 2. And you can go online and pre-order yours today!
Laura MercierRenaissance Collection, a Nordstrom Exclusive for the 2009 Anniversary Sale, is inspired by a timeless romantic look. The collection has a value of $167, but retails for $65. The collection won’t be available in stores until July, but you can pre-order yours online today (items will be shipped starting on July 17.)