Chanel Soleil Tan de Chanel Luminous Bronzing Powder ($60) launched in two shades with the Chanel Summer 2012 Collection. I’m the type of person that avoids bronzers but occasionally like to dip my toes into the bronzing pool.
I have discovered by being a little adventurous that there are bronzers out there that do give just the right glow without dulling my skin out completely.
Is Chanel Soleil Tan de Chanel Luminous Bronzing Powder one of those bronzers?
Estee Lauder Pure Color Blush ($28) launched earlier this Spring in a range of sixteen shades. I think these are easily overlooked since Estee Lauder is written off as a more “mature” or “older” brand.
I admit even I have dubbed it “grandma” makeup. But honestly, since creative director, Tom Pecheux, has joined the brand I feel like new life has been breath into many of the collections launched.
I have a hardcore lemming for Tom Ford Blushes however, I’m unsure if I’m ready to take the near $60 plunge to own one of these wonderful creations.
I must say that Estee Lauder Pure Color Blush has cured some of those lemmings. These are an affordable, luxury blush that’s well worth checking out. I have a feeling once you tried one you’ll want to grab up all the shades like me.
I fell in love with NARS Pure Matte Lipstick when they launched the MLBB (my lips but better) lip shade Montego Bay and later for Summer, Moscow fell into my possession and yet again I fell in love with a matte lipstick. Now NARS Pure Matte Lipstick in Amsterdam has landed on my desk and yet again, I find myself falling even deeper in love with this formula.
I dunno how but NARS somehow convinced me that matte is a rather nice finish.
This is a little sneak peek of Mila Kunis in her first ad appearance for Dior. It’s really different for Mila in my opinion as she always seems like such a tough girl, elegant, but tough. So yeah, the black bow kinda threw me off.
She looks amazing though! I like the combination of sweet elegance Dior gave her look.