Yay or Nay
What up? Listen chica, curious minds…
Is your perfume video a pimp for the new John Galliano fragrance, a long, creative letter to Nate Archibald, a music video, or amateur sexy time pr0n?
Can you confirm?
K, thanks girl!
Yeah well I haven’t a clue WTH is happening in this video.
Take a look!
I read alot of various beauty sites, forums, and blogs and I was curious what do you think of Beauty Brand Blogs? You know your favorite beauty brand that creates a blog and posts to it, that type of thing. Sephora has one, Benefit, The Body Shop, Lancome, etc…..
Brands have really embraced social media in a major way lately. Urban Decay is guilty of being thee most amazingly outgoing brand ever on Twitter in my opinion. They are dedicated to their fans and communicate with them on Twitter like no one’s biz. Facebook is another popular media option for brands as well.
But what happens when brands venture into the world of beauty blogging?
Do you like Beauty Brand Blogs?
Not so much?
Why or why not?
It’s really rather sweet that Philosophy is honoring 25 years of Oprah by slapping her face on a jar of Hope in a Jar.
For a limited time you can purchase the limited edition jar for $38 to $105 depending on which size you want.
Oprah’s damn lucky because the woman hasn’t changed much since that photo was taken and her skin and face are still looking pretty damn youthful.
So what do you think of Oprah Winfrey’s Philosophy Hope in a Jar?
I gotta say nay simply because Oprah looks ALL kinds of pissed off to be on that jar. It looks like someone stole her lollipop and proceeded to snap a picture of her soon after.
New picture Philosophy. One of little girl Oprah grinning happily.
Available now from www.philosophy.com
Disclaimer: Oprah was not harmed in the making of this post. It’s just for fun!
I’m not particularly keen on mass produced palettes from companies such as the Color Workshop, I’m sure you know the ones I mean. That’s why I’m kinda not on board with many of Ulta’s Holiday Palette offerings but I still love looking through the selection from time to time while I’m left to wish and hope that the quality is actually fantastic on a huge palette that contains everything under the moon in terms of makeup and only costs $19.99. It gives me such a warm, fuzzy feeling inside as I day dream.
But fact is I love makeup that much is true so I like looking through both the pretty and the gritty.
Here’s a selection of Ulta’s Holiday Collection 2010. Whether it’s fabulous or just day dreamed to be as such is entirely up to you but at the very least we can enjoy images of makeup right?
Are you an Ulta Holiday Palette fan? Feel free to share it loud and proud.
My little eye spies a possible dupe of MAC Mineralized Eyeshadow Trios….
And it’s by Sephora.