Is it Sunday already? BOO! It’s a good thing the weather has been so cloudy and cold this weekend, or else I don’t know if I’d have gotten my schoolwork done (let me rephrase… gotten some of it done!).
This Week’s Beauty Report: Saturday, April 10th, 2010
MAC Opulash Mascara ($14) will be available exclusively in Nordstrom stores (and Nordstrom.com) on April 22nd, however true beauty addicts can pre-order beginning on April 12th.
Illamasqua Body Electrics is now available online, but if you’re waiting until it hits stores, you’ll find it available at Sephora come May.
Elizabeth Arden launched its Daughters of Beauty campaign to celebrate all women. They’re looking for you to share your story to answer the question, “Who kee3ps you looking and feeling your youthful best?”
Klorane will launch a new product designed for dry, unruly hair — Conditioner with Papyrus Milk ($14) in May, available at beauty.com.
NARS recently launched their So Famous Gift Set ($44), available exclusively at Sephora, featuring a miniature-sized Orgasm Multiple and full-sizes in Deep Throat Blush and Bettina Matte Lip Pencil.
John Frieda launches HAIRraising, an organization that unites the salon industry to benefit the Children’s Hospital Boston.
Living Proof launches Hold Hairspray ($24) in May. It’s designed to offer flexible hold and “humidity-blocking technology.” It will be available at Sephora, QVC, and livingproof.com.