A famous Japanese actress made Vitacreme B12 one of the most hyped up skincare products I’ve ever had the pleasure of using. The claims of renewed skin cells, diminishing age lines and existing wrinkles, and just generally making skin look amazing are just a few of the urban legends that surround this moisturizer or at least in my experience they are urban legends.
I’ve been using the cream on and off for a few years and recently had an e-mail from a reader asking me if I had ever tried it.
Damn straight I have and no it doesn’t jump rope and chew gum at the same time.
Here’s the deal according to the Muse!
Listen up Fashionistas! Do you have a boo boo? Did you cut yourself shaving? Got a big fat pimple on your forehead? Scratched your leg while wobbling around in your Manolos?
Now what are you supposed to do? I mean seriously you can’t sport a band aid while looking wicked fierce in the latest and greatest couture but you can’t bleed all over the place either.
Fashion emergency over.
Get a box of designer Band-Aid Cynthia Rowley. Perfect solution!
If you follow me on Twitter you might remember my tweet about putting together my Ikea Helmer Drawer Unit. Happy days it was quick and painless.
Wanna see the results?
Ahhh the joys of blush paper. Did I every tell you about my adventure with the Mary Kate and Ashley Blush On the Go Make Up Sheets? You seriously need to read back on that, happy days!
What the hell is a blush paper anyway?
Well, as per the name, it’s exactly that, a blush on paper or in paper format. The blush is on a sheet of thin paper and can be rubbed or blended on to cheeks. Pretty nifty eh? And probably not really the traditional way of applying blush is it?
I’ve tried blush sheets before and contrary to what you might be thinking they are kinda nifty. Flirt makes ’em too but those I have yet to try…
I came across a super elegant blushing paper that floored me recently.
Check out Mai Couture Blush Papier after the jump!