Either I wasn’t really paying attention before or I’m correct in saying that dark spot treatments are hitting the beauty world hard lately.
Clinique’s Even Better Clinical Dark Spot Corrector started the skin lightening revolution and now it seems everyone wants a piece of the action.
The new Lancome Bright Expert caught my attention recently….
When the going is good you might as well milk that cash cow.
The Biebs recently collaborated with Nicole by OPI to release several shades of nail polish. I admit I laughed at this release but than I remembered I’d have probably purchased it 20 years ago if New Kids on the Block were pimpin’ it…sigh…the embarrassing trails of youth.
Hangin’ tough yo!
Never say Justin Bieber doesn’t have a master plan to take over the beauty world as we know it because he’ll be cashing in on a new fragrance soon.
While the rest of the world’s mothers were telling them NOT to wash their face with soap, my mum was probably the spokesperson for doing it. The lady has never used fancy cleansers, moisturizers, or skincare of any kind. She’s always been a really no nonsense kinda mum and I love her for it.
As for washing her face with soap? Well, my mother would probably heartily recommend it but I personally avoid doing so.
But of course the masters behind simple skincare, Philosophy, have created a bar of soap for your face and your body…Purity in a bar?
The biggest highlight of my blogging life was when I made it into the Etude House Newsletter. Since the newsletter is released in Korea only at Etude House Boutiques I was floored that my blog had made it so far across the world.
Earlier this year I was happy to share with you that I was in the New York Times and today I’m a bit giddy to have been quoted in the New York Post on Jennifer Aniston’s new fragrance. It’s not really a big deal, just a sentence or two but I consider it a huge compliment to appear in print in a popular newspaper particularly ones like the Times and the Post.
If you have the paper you can flip to page 37 for the article or you can read it online at www.nypost.com
As cool and refreshing as a peach soda sounds might I say that having it in an eye & lip makeup remover formula makes it double wicked and tempting?
My Beauty Diary recently released a range of skincare collection entitled My Tea Time one item included with the collection is their new Peach Soda Eye & Lip Makeup Remover. Damn these Asian companies, they really know how to tempt a girl……doesn’t the name just beg you to buy it?
I had to have it!