Posts From July 2011
I can’t say I would mind dishing out near $50 bucks for Givenchy foundation. Hey, big spender….
But seriously, I think Givenchy has the potential to create something all kinds of amazing in a good base product and their new Photo Perfexion Fluid Foundation SPF 20 PA+++ sounds like such perfection to me.
My inner eight year old demanded I indulge in the Bath and Body Works Bat ScentBug Home Fragrance Oil Fan last Halloween. Hey, it was either that or throw myself on the floor kicking and screaming about how “I WANT A SCENT BAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!”
You gotta give in a little sometimes people.
This year that same perpetual child is demanding I pick up the Bat and Skull Pocketbac Holders because at my age I honestly have no shame carrying around really cute crap that I don’t need.
Call me crazy, call me criminally insane…call me what you will but I am currently obsessed with geoGirl Kewl (cool) Magic Face Refresher. What is that so crazy?
Well, it’s kinda sorta a kiddie-tween makeup line.
geoGirl is a new collection of cosmetics that has launched exclusively at Walmart to replace the old Mary Kate and Ashley Collection (Yes, I have Mary Kate and Ashley cosmetics laying around here, sue me, shiz happens when you’re obsessed with beauty! CLICK!) and was developed to appeal to 8-12 year old girls. The collection features packaging that is recyclable and is a fully developed line of cosmetics that features over 60 products that will be paraben-free and have natural ingredients like chamomile, lavender,white willow bark and calendula as well as pomegranate and green tea extracts.
As for me, well, I’m not 12 anymore, maybe not physically of course, but mentally I’m right about that age-group. Tack on a few more years. But I’m still obsessed with their Magic Face Refresher, proof positive you don’t have to be 12 years old to enjoy geoGirl.
Bath & Body Works has three new, limited edition Halloween Pocketbacs available at the moment for $1.50 each (or 5 for $5) that feature candy-like scents and glow in the dark labels.
What more could a ghoul errr girl want in her makeup bag for Halloween right?
M·A·C is forever asking “Why not?” when it comes to the miracles of makeup – our medium for transformation – always exploring new ideas about the many ways we long to look and feel different for a day, a night, a lifetime. With the help of props, makeup, prosthetics, wigs and sets, artist Cindy Sherman embodies this Power of Transformation – from off-kilter Hitchcock heroine to fresh corpse, Caravaggio Portrait to Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Maven – all elaborate exercises in trying on different personas. In the campaign we’ve longed forever to conceive, Cindy Sherman for M·A·C created three characters using three different colour stories. We’re living in a time when people of all persuasions have become bolder than ever about the ways they choose to express themselves: with a colourful palette of possibilities, You are the Artist, You are your own Subject, and no matter how fearfully you begin, you become fearless in the process. We can’t wait to see what you (and the genius that is Cindy Sherman) do next!
Cindy Sherman for MAC is about the Powder of Transformation and honestly what better medium than makeup to transform us? Cindy Sherman for MAC brings us three different colour stories to create our personalities with.
Here’s your first look!