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“The Nude Collection was inspired by color I see naturally in women’s faces. Nude makeup is pure genius because it’s easy to apply and it enhances the natural tones of your skin. It’s the perfect choice for anyone who loves a naturally sexy look.” — Bobbi Brown
Nude Lip & Eye Palette | Bobbi’s new Nude Lip & Eye Palette is the must-have item Featuring a beautiful range of nude shades housed in a sleek compact with slide-out drawer and mirror. Also includes Shadow Brush and Lip Brush with a protective cap. ($60.00)
- Buff Shimmer Wash Eye Shadow (New, exclusive)
- Nude Shimmer Wash Eye Shadow (New, exclusive)
- Bare Eye Shadow (New, exclusive)
- Naked Eye Shadow (New, exclusive)
- Bare Lip Color (New, exclusive)
- Beige Lip Color
- Brownie Pink Lip Color
- Cocoa Lip Color
Glitter Lip Gloss | This season Bobbi has created four new Glitter Lip Gloss shades to complement the Nude Lip & Eye Palette. These skin tone-inspired shades infused with flecks of glitter give lips a polished and sophisticated look– the epitome of unstudied glamour. ($19.00)
- Almost Bare
Availability: Both the Nude Lip & Eye Palette and the new Glitter Lip Glosses will make their debut on counters and www.bobbibrown.com March 2008.
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What designer would you like to see collaborate with MAC? What kind of collaboration do you see happening? What might it look like?
Question courtesy of Tanya!
Oh, you thought we already reviewed plenty of lip products? Think again. This is the one of the few times of the year that I can focus on the beauty that is the lips, and I fully intend to milk it for all its worth.
Cargo Plant Love Lipstick ($20.00) in Joshua Tree was a sheer cinnamon red color, very subtle and wearable for the everyday. I must extoll the values of the PlantLove line, because Cargo donates $2 for every sale of every shade to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The lipstick is moisturizing because of the jojoba and shea butter found in it; it is also eco-friendly because of the ingredients it uses (and the packaging, too–the tube is made entirely out of corn and the outer carton is flower paper embedded with real seeds). Cute fact: moisten the outer carton, plant, and wait for a bouquet of wild flowers (seriously? I think I need to try this).
Neutrogena MoistureShine Soothing LipSheers ($8.99) come in a variety of shades, and for those who want subtle color, these offer a solution! They are sheer, buildable colors that are incredibly moisturizing, much like a tinted lip balm, that come in sleek silver tubes.
Palmer’s Dark Chocolate & Cherry Lip Butter ($2.40) is an easy way to go for this Valentine’s Day, when you want an ultra low-key, totally natural kind of lip. It’s glossy and shiny, but not sticky nor goopy. It’s very moisturizing (yay!), and did you not see the price? Because I think that sells the product! I found that it smelled much like dark chocolate, less noticeable cherry scent, but hey, I liked it. My boyfriend could smell it immediately after I put it on, too. Yummy! Oh, plus, it is pocket size, so it’s perfect to carry on-the-go in your jeans’ pocket or in your purse, regardless of whether it is a tiny clutch or a huge mega-purse.
Kiehl’s Lip Gloss Trio ($43.50) comes in three different sets: cool, warm, and kiss me (new shades). Their newest shades are French Rose and Downtown Peach. As I am a fan of super glossy, moisturizing, non-sticky glosses for everyday, “I’m just going to the grocery store,” kind of times, Kiehl’s is one of my favorite go-tos. I tend to have one of these stashed in at least one of my purses, because they’re totally portable and easy to use. Don’t let the potent color scare you, because all of these glosses are sheer and forgiving. Kiss your boy with this without worrying about leaving a lip imprint behind!
Here’s a look I did on my little sister’s friend who wanted me to do her make up before they went out. She didn’t want it too crazy looking but she wanted a lot of shimmer. I only had fifteen minutes to complete the look, so it’s not exactly the best make up job or highest quality pictures, but they told me to send it to the site ’cause they loved it.
- Estee Lauder DayWear Plus in Medium Deep
- MAC Prep + Prime
- MAC Select Cover Up in NW30
- MAC Studio Mist in Medium Dark
- MAC Sculpt & Shape
- Bloom Powder Blush in Rosebud
- Stilife Paint
- Rubenesque Paint Pot
- Eye Kohl in Smolder
- Bella Il Fiore in Viva Las Vegas
- Bella Il Fiore in Jailhouse Rock
- Much (eyebrows)
- Brow Set in Clear
- DiorAddict in Capricious Pink 2
- L’Oreal Color Juice in Watermelon Crush
- Sweet Talk in Cherry Vanilla shimmer
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Let’s not forget about the ladies! I thought it was only fitting to do a bath/fragrance version for all of the females.
Davies Gate Sweet N’ Glow Set ($25.00) in Pink Grapefruit will give you a memorable bath time experience. The scent is only subtly sweet, but kind of a tangy, spicy grapefruit scent. I think the set is priced perfectly, because you get a little of everything and the sizes are decent. The Fizz Pop makes me a little hungry, though, since it looks delicious. Since I don’t always have time for a bath (and my boyfriend doesn’t wish for me to act like I’m 12 too often–seriously, I splash around like I’m a toddler and slosh water all over the place), I love to treat myself to a body scrub and shower gel duo for regular, more everyday showers.
Diesel Fuel For Life Gift Set ($55.00) contains both 1.7 oz eau de parfum spray and a 1.7 oz body lotion. I can note the mandarin, jasmine, and black currant in the scent, as well as a bit of musk. There’s a certain sweetness mixed with something woody that makes it perfect for me. I tend to enjoy scents like these compared to sweeter scents. What I like about this particular Diesel scent is that it lasts awhile on me, and I don’t find it cloying or overpowering. I find it wears down quite well throughout the day leaving a pleasantly softer version of the initial woody scent.
Edward Tricomi’s vision for J. Mendel’s fashion show was a play on a classic chignon-turned youthful and modern with its unique oval-braided shape.
To get the look, Edward simply double-parted hair, and pulled the sectioned off portion into a small ponytail, wrapping a thin strand around a tiny pony holder. Then, grabbed all the hair into a big ponytail holder and braided it.
The last step is to wrap the braid into an oval shaped chignon, securing with several hairpins. The Warren-Tricomi’s Flexible Hairspray was used to give hair a matte look minus the stiffness.