High-End Makeup Brands
Dark spots, getting a ton of coverage in the beauty world lately aren’t they?
Brands keep releasing dark spot correctors, serums, potions, and lotions but many of them do not contain the necessary ingredients to really aid in lightening darkness.
Kate Somerville Complexion Correction Spot Reducing Concentrate contains the gold standard of ingredients for lightening dark spots, 2% Hydroquinone.
The good news? It works.
The bad? You’ll have to wait around for the results.
If you’re a fond fan of Chanel’s Glossimer formula you’ll be happy to know about the limited edition shade Calypso which embraces the season’s current shade trend of orange.
Take a peek!
Chanel Le Vernis Nail Colour in Beige is available exclusively on chanel.com starting today.
This exclusive nail shade was applied by celebrity manicurists to Kristen Stewart, January Jones and Greta Gerwig at the 2012 Costume Institute Gala.
More people need to rush to their Laura Mercier counter and purchase Lip Glace, it’s so damn underrated. When I use my small stash of these even I question myself, “Why do I not own more of these?”
Most all of her glosses are just so incredibly luxurious and possibly the best formula I’ve tried in a gloss.
Here’s an excuse to pick up a new shade, Camellia, released with the Laura Mercier Summer 2012 Collection is a delightful shade of pink that you might want to own.
Take a peek!
Hourglass Cosmetics Veil Mineral Primer is turning into a super fast fav of mine. I buy a ton of different primers but I typically like using hydrating ones and they aren’t exactly great for keeping makeup long wearing.
Hourglass Cosmetics Veil Mineral Primer kinda combines the best of both worlds here with a hydrating feel but enough silicone to allow for a smooth surface for makeup to adhere to.
Take a look!