The problem with Holiday collections, ironically, is that by December the best pieces are sold out. Here is what I’ve bought for myself. For now, it’s a part 1.
I’ve seen many phases of how the digital and internet revolutions have changed the value of images. So I want to speak up. It’s a controversial subject, but I wanted to share my point of view to the new (and young) people coming into the fold.
Another season, another palette. Another reason to buy… When something new and on the leading, bleeding, cutting edge comes out, I just have to add it to my pile. The world is just a big evolving pile of ideas and we are here to add to it, endlessly. So ’tis the season to be smoky, the classic way. For explanations read on. Continue reading
My love story with makeup started with a lipstick. I remember buying Ruby Woo from a M.A.C. Counter, back when there was no Sephora. And, then, when I worked as a beauty editor, I had the privilege to get so many different ones– and I collected them all! And this fall, it’s all about getting back to some lip service. Continue reading
Yes! Another palette! But, but..: I’m on a journey to Technicolor Land and I have to stash some colour makeup/pigments for my new creations! And this was my first rainbow and matte palette on my way to life in colour.
I rarely do any skincare reviews, because it’s a very personal thing. A product can be fabulous or a dud depending on whom you ask. But since The Ordinary has peaked my interest, I wanted to investigate!
So here I am, buying more palettes. I know! Shame on me…. But sometimes… It’s really love at first sight. And it seems to fit right into my own theme: tropical, southern vibes! Continue reading
It’s crazy–Spring/Summer makeup collections have already hit counters. It’s sort of a surrealist scene, while I find myself knee-deep in Canadian snow. But since these lip powders appeared, I just had to snatch them for my makeup stash. Here is my review.
I sometimes get crazy ideas. This look was created by layering the colours next to each other. I was inspired by all the jewel tones from the two palettes I bought. I wanted to keep the colours “pure”, and see how bright I could get them for the camera.
It’s that time of the year where it’s socially acceptable to wear glitter and to buy tons of makeup (that includes eyeshadow palettes). I’ve indulged in both! I’ve bought myself two new palettes and turned up the glitteratty factor, all in the name of Makeup LOVE.