Oh baby almost the weekend now. Thank the gods above as I can use a little R&R. Whatcha up to the weekend, any cool plans? I wanna hit up MAC tonight as my best friend Jai and I were gobsmacked over Christine’s swatches of MAC Pret-a-Papier. Holy shiz! Dude, who knew it was that great?
I really though the collection was boring as hell at first glance of the promo images but its SO me. The collection features some mighty great shades of peach and coral that I must has please like NOW. So yup, a MAC hit is in our future tonight.
Oh totally off topic but I got this weird dry patch of skin going on above my eyelid, like around the brow area, and its basically driving me BONKERS! Yak! I’ve been applying and reapplying moisturizer but it just looks all scaly and flaky, not cool. /rant over.
Speaking of dry bits and pieces, my elbows and knees need serious helpings of moisturizer. They are currently out of hibernation today as I wore a Spring dress to work, not a good idea btw its freezing, so I had a hard scrub down with Cake Beauty Citrus Squeeze Sinfully Smoothing Brown Sugar Scrub.
Happy Earth Day chicklets!
Earth Day is a day to appreciate and raise awareness about the Earth’s environment. What better way to appreciate both the environment and ourselves than with a round up exciting products with green friendly packaging and ingredients.
How are you celebrating Earth Day?
Jump for a peep at some fun Earth Day Beauty Picks!
Anyone hit up Sephora and check out Cake Beauty yet?
I was telling you the Canadian brand had launched at Sephora very recently and quite of few of you were like Cake? What? Who dat?
Cake Beauty lives up to it’s name with an array of decadent scented products that will remind you of cake. So now you can have your cake and eat it too….sans calories of course!
Jump ahead for a little Cake Beauty Review.
I find it terribly interesting that indie brand Cake Beauty will be available at Sephora soon!
How cool is that?
Cake Beauty is the source of all things sweet for your face, body, hands, feet, hair, and just about all your other bits. I’ve long since considered it and chalked it up as an indie brand that was there but somewhat underestimated and never fully explored by the masses.
I do think it’s commonly known but in some aspects it’s somewhat new to many as well. It won’t be “new” for long once it reaches Sephora shelves it’ll be among many well known brands and will have it’s chance to shine in the spotlight.
Interesting development on the Beauty News front.
Do you know of Cake Beauty?
Are you a fan?
Never heard of the line?