Bath & Body
My latest post is live at the Jennifer Lopez Love and Glamour Blog. I hope you’ll have head over to www.loveandglamour.com and have a look! It’s all about selecting the perfect shade of red lipstick, essential item in the old makeup bag right?
What’s your personal best shade of red lipstick?
I tend to go with darker, browner hues of red, brick reds, and maroons since I look like an utter clown sporting anything that’s a truer shade of red. I envy anyone who can pull off a true, rich red shade as it proves impossible for me.
Hope you’ll share!
Visit www.loveandglamour.com to learn more about the new Love and Glamour Fragrance releasing soon from Jennifer Lopez.
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post.
Ahhh Tokidoki some folks consider you a tad on the immature side but as for me, well, I just think you’re darling!
New Tokidoki Makeup Collection up ahead!
Now that the weather is heading into the cool zone and you’re begining to think boots and cozy sweaters you might be on the look out for that perfect Fall fragrance to compliment both your makeup and wardrobe looks, after all beauty is an all out affair that not only includes a great outfit and fantastic makeup but also a perfect scent!
Lady Million Eau de Parfum Spray by Paco Rabanneis a new sophisticated fragrance that should suit your Fall beautifully.
As you know from my past ramblings, I’ve been pretty excited about the Bliss Eau de Toilette release.
I will admit that my excitement was very so slightly dimmed by the fact that I was worried it would be a bit disappointing. I was expecting “spa” fresh but upon hearing notes like cucumber I was left feeling a bit meh. Cucumber in my fragrance brings me back to Junior High School and Bath and Body Works Cucumber Melon Body Spray….no bueno.
And upon my first sniff….
I’m half Portuguese, did ya know they speak Portuguese in Brazil? Many people think that Brazilians speak some form of Spanish but Brazil was actually a Portuguese Colony which is where our influence on their language comes from. In my experience Brazilians articulate their words a bit more rhythmically than natives of Portugal but none the less the words and their meanings are the same. My father was born and raised in Portugal but I swear the man sounds Brazilian sometimes with the way he forms his words and speaks.
Fun fact of the day and utterly random but it does bring me to my review on Avon Brazil Beat Eau de Toilette.
A little bit of a steal and a deal here if you’re looking for a fun, fruity fragrance for day time use but only if you don’t have a distinguished nose for fragrance.