HD Brows at Anesis Spa - Worth the Hype?

Thursday, September 29, 2011

You may or may not have heard the buzz surrounding a treatment which goes by the name of HD Brows. Put simply, HD Brows is a seven step process which claims to leave you with amazing eyebrows worthy of an A-list celebrity. It's what all the slebs have been having done, dontcha know?

Anesis is a franchised salon situated a stones throw away from leafy Clapham Common in SW London. Should you walk past, it looks like any other beauty salon, but it's interior is rather impressive.


You'd be forgiven for thinking you'd walked into a West End bar, for the swanky, dark sleek furnishings do have a certain wow-factor about them. Definitely not what the average beauty salon looks like!


I arrived after work last Wednesday feeling slightly weary after what had been a busy day. Luckily I didn't have to wait and was swiftly ushered into my treatment room. Should you require privacy, then a small, tastefully decorated room off the main salon floor is available - this is where I was taken. 

There's also a large space on the salon floor where HD Brow treatments are performed on comfy leather, tilted seating, should you fear feeling a little claustrophobic in the treatment room. Fear not, the upper level of the salon is currently being revamped to house more treatment rooms.

The treatment room I was HD'ed in.


I'd allowed my brows to grow out in preparation for my appointment, so I was looking forward to them looking half decent for public exposure.

Here's how my brows were transformed:


1.  Nadia, my lovely therapist discussed what shape I'd like and how defined I wanted my brows to be. I believe my exact words were "Defined, but not visible to pedestrians half way down the road!"

2. First my brows were tinted. The dye was left on for 1 min and 26 seconds (yes, I counted)

3. Secondly, warm wax was applied along the tops of my brows to give them a cleaner silhouette. I didn't find it painful as Nadia expectedly whipped the strips off at all. In fact, it was quite relaxing, I kid you not! A soothing after-care lotion was then applied to to reduce redness and irritation.

4. My brows were then trimmed with scissors to create a streamlined look

5. Out came the cotton and teeny hairs were threaded from the tops and bottoms of my brows in order to  sharpen my brow shape further.

6. Any left over stray hairs were then tweezed out.

7. My brows were then lightly filled in with a HD Brow Pencil and set with HD Brow Beater, a non sticky liquid to help prevent wandering hairs - in other words, clear brow gel!

Go Pink with Elizabeth Hurley at Selfridges for BCA Month

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Last night I attended a special event to mark the start of Breast Cancer Awareness month, hosted by the UK Estée Lauder group. All brands under the Lauder umberella have come together yet again to promote Breast Cancer Awareness month, which will take place throughout the month of October.

The evening was not only inspriring, but highly emotive at times as it quickly became apparent how many people in the room has been personally affected by the disease. It certainly left me with something to think about as I lay in bed last night.

Elizabeth Hurley is Estée Lauders' Breast Cancer Awareness Brand Ambassador - and has been for the past 16 years. Tomorrow she'll be at the Estée Lauder counter in Selfridges London at 12pm, to sign products from The Pink Ribbon Collection and mark the start of Breast Cancer Awareness month.

For each item in this collection that is sold on the day, a donation will be made to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation of at least 15% of the selling price.


Plus, for every sale of Estée Lauder products from the counter in Selfridges Oxford Street, a further donation will be made to The Breast Cancer Research Fondation of 10% of the selling price.

If you can't make it at 12pm, then get to Selfridges for 8pm, to join Elizabeth, special guests and fellow customers outside, where she will be lighting the exterior of the famous store pink, in a special pink lighting ceremony.

The pink lighting ceremony is part of the Estée Lauder Companies Global Illumination Initiative, which was started by Evelyn Lauder in 2000. Evelyn, Senior Corporate Vice President of The Estée Lauder Companies is also the founder of the Breast Cancer Awareness Campiagn (BCA).

Selfridges, Oxford Street will join an impressive list of world famous landmarks which have also been given the pink treatment in the past - such as the Empire State Building and Niagara Falls.

Niagara Falls lit up in pink lights to commemorate Breast Cancer Awareness month in October 2010

Over the next few days, I'll be sharing more information about the BCA campaign and what you can do get involved. In the meantime, check out the Estee Lauder website which has a special section dedicated to the cause. Click here.


 

Aveeno Positively Radiant Range

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Aveeno's Positively Radiant range has been on shelves for a while now. The range is far more extensive across the pond, but for now you can find the following on the high street:

Aveeno Positively Radiant Daily Skin-Brightening Moisturiser SPF15 (50ml) - £6.66
Aveeno Positively Radiant Daily Exfoliating Cleanser (150ml) - £3.99
Aveeno Positively Radiant Triple Boost Serum (30ml) - £7.99
Aveeno Positively Radiant Eye-Brightening Cream (15ml) - £6.66


For me, the stand out product is the Daily Exfoliating Cleanser which removes flaky, rough skin and also dissolves make up, without being abrasive. 


Best of all, it only costs £3.99 and is also suitable for sensitive skin. I've been using this on alternative days for some time now and would definitely recommend it. You don't need to spend a fortune on skincare to get good results and I love it when I come across a 'pocket change' product which does the job it promises.


*PR sample

Philips ReAura - Bringing Salon Finesse to the Home

Monday, September 19, 2011

Philips is no stranger to introducing new beauty gadgets to the home, but they've stepped things up a notch by aiming to bring Fraxel style laser technology to the home and this, to my knowledge, is a beauty first.

The Fraxel laser is an in salon treatment which uses laser technology to resurface the skin. It's proven very effective at reducing fine lines and signs of ageing-which is great- but it it's pretty expensive. The Philips ReAura isn't exactly cheap at £799, but comparatively it's a bargain, and completely safe to use. Endorsed by leading Harley Street dermatologist, Dr Sam Bunting, I predict this will create a huge buzz on the beauty gadget market. Not only does it come with a standard manual, but also a consultation (in store or online) as well as an online support system and calendar reminders.


At first glance the Philips ReAura looks like a futuristic hairdryer, butappears to glide easily over the skin without obstruction. It's encouraged that you first apply the conductive gel provided, to help it glide and then use a moisturiser (also provided) afterwards to soothe the skin. The ReAura uses a lower level laser than you get in a salon, but you make up for this by using it twice a week for 8 weeks - the encouraged time to see real results.

Speaking of results, after 12 weeks of use, the following was reported by 64 testers - 89% saw an overall improvement in their skin's appearance, 86% reported a smoother skin texture, 83% noticed a more even skin tone and 81% had reduced fine lines.

I've been given the chance to try this out and I have my hopes pinned on this refining my skin texture and improving my skin tone. Time will tell, I'm a little sceptical, but we'll see...





I found this short infommercial video on You Tube which explains it all far better than me!




The Phillips ReAura will be available from Space NK this month.

Thinking Outside the Box - What's Inside the September GlossyBox

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Having already reviewed the July GlossyBox, it made no sense for me to review yet another  one, so I called on the services of my work colleague, Sophie - who isn't a beauty blogger, or had even heard of GlossyBox before I thrust a package in her face last week!

Here's what she has to say about the latest gift box from them:

My usual beauty product selection process involves standing in a local retailer watching a game of ping pong between two of your ‘mid-range’ brands. So the idea that I could receive a box sourced and lovingly packed by someone who knows their chypres from their Chanel was instantly attractive.

What immediately impressed me (apart from the complimentary, branded Oyster card holder) was the range of products inside. This seems to be a hallmark of what GlossyBox is trying to do and so it should be; the idea wouldn’t work if the box didn’t offer an overview of what’s out there.

This month's GlossyBox contained the following:

HD Brows Eye&Brow Palette
L’Oréal Professionnel Mythic Oil (125 ml)
Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse (10ml)
Plum by Mary Greenwell (5ml)
StriVectin SD Eye Concentrate (30ml)



My hands down winner was the L’Oréal Professionel Mythic Oil. Completely swayed by the salon-only aspect and the supernatural title, I was not disappointed by this full-size product. It kept my long and tangle-prone mop feeling shiny for days, and for use on all hair types, damp or dry, you can’t beat it on versatility.

The Mary Greenwell Plum perfume sample was teasingly small, but I understand that they’re not going to whack a big old 100ml eau de parfum in there, especially with the likes of Nicole Scherzinger and Ralph Fiennes singing its praises. The packaging, even of a small perfume sample, proved care and attention to detail.

The HD Brows palette was a shame as it was the ‘Vamp’ collection for darker hair and skin tones; although I suppose I could have gone from near invisible to dark brown in the interest of science. The company seems to be leading some sort of eye hair revolution, again with celebrities on board, which is another plus point for the box in terms of exclusivity. Here I would echo other users calling for GlossyBox to implement some sort of subscriber profiling. However, I could probably raise a dark-haired friend to gift it onto for a bit of brow envy.
I wasn’t as sold on the Nuxe oil and the StriVectin cream, but they seem designed to reward long-term use. Nuxe gets glowing reviews from its die-hard fans, and I can’t deny it smelled nice and was absorbed quickly for an oil. I didn’t notice any immediate effects from the StriVectin, a kind (suck-up) friend cited the lack of wrinkles to begin with, and their website suggests an eight week schedule of use. The last thing I followed for eight weeks was probably a Grange Hill storyline so I’ll have to keep you posted on that one.

Overall, the GlossyBox gets a tick from me, rewarding you with value products for the relatively low price. A bit of investigation reveals that even the smaller samples are a steal, and sometimes you wouldn’t want a full-size product if you didn’t know that you were going to like it. Four out of the five products also came with a discount code or offer, which is definitely a draw and incentive to buy both the products and a subscription. I also applaud the GlossyDots loyalty points system as a way to reward and retain subscribers; good things come in free packages.

Receiving a shiny box full of pretty things is something most of us could get on board with, especially if like me you often don’t know where to start in this game of product ping pong.

For more info: http://www.glossybox.co.uk/














New! High-Potency Origins NIght-A-Mins

Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Origins have released a new night cream to add to their list of skin treatments. High-Potency Night-A-Mins,  promises to leave skin looking radiant and feeling refreshed as it rids the skin of dry, dead layers as you sleep. Oil fee, and containing vitamins C, E and H, this cream is best for combination/dry skin.
I had a Murad facial at the weekend, which has worked wonders on my skin which until very recently had been red raw, irritated and breaking out for weeks. I've only been using Night-A-Mins for the past three nights but I like it so far and touch wood, my skin likes it too. It's light, absorbs well and I wake up to soft, smooth skin, so I'm not complaining at all.




I have a big issue with dullness so I'm also hoping that to see a big improvement as times goes on and with continued use...I'll update my experience in full, at the end of the month.

Oh and just a heads up in case you didn't know, Origins are currently letting customers choose three FREE samples at counter and online, from a choice of 10 best selling products with the purchase of ANY skincare product. Read here for more details.

Priced £32 at Origin counters and online.

*PR sample

Worth Behaving For! Naughty Alice by Vivienne Westwood

Tuesday, September 06, 2011

After my last fragrance splurge, I promised myself that I wouldn't buy another perfume for a while. I've been introduced to so many great scents in recent months that I've been a little overwhelmed with all the choice on the market.

However, my intentions flew out of the window, the second I sprayed Naughty Alice on my wrist at a recent Christmas press day back in July. I loved it so much, I did a 360 and went back to the other side of the room, where it was displayed, in order to spray it all over myself before I left! It has great staying power too as I discovered, for I could smell it all night!

It embodies everything I love about girly scents - warm, powdery,a lil' cheeky yet feminine without being sickly. The top notes of black rose, compliment the heart notes of ylang ylang so well and this develops into a lovely soft rose scented floral, which has a 'candy' element to it. Think of it as another variant of Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb - it's in that family. A cousin perhaps?

This Christmas, Vivienne Westwood has a beautiful gift set in store. The fragrance and accompanying body lotion are encased in a large (and reusable) gift box tied with gold ribbon. I can think of far worse that I'd like to be presented with, this Christmas.



If you can't wait until the festive season (which really isn't that far away!), you can purchase Naughty Alice in both 30ml and 50ml sized bottles. Prices start from £36.50

Guaranteed, this will be my next fragrance purchase!

Sleek Makeup Nude Collection + Swatches

Tuesday, September 06, 2011

The Nude collection from Sleek recently landed on shelves, and I've finally gotten round to posting about it. Idon't know how Sleek do it - I thought the MAC collections were plentiful!

So anyway, as with previous collections the Nude collection is no different. We have a 12 shadow eye palette, a blush and a pout polish.



I'm not keen on this palette. I find the shades either too chalky or too muddy for my liking. If I were to use one of the darker shades, I'd most likely combine with a different colour in my stash altogether, which defies the point of using the palette. I don't think many words are needed. My swatches explain my disappointment with this offering from Sleek.


On the other hand, I like the blush Suede (£4.29), which is a warm, tawny mocha with peachy undertones. I didn't think it'd suit me, but it's pretty flattering on my NC50 skin tone and leaves a nice flush of colour. It's not as pigmented as past Sleek blushes I've tried and consequently, If you like a prominent flush of colour on your cheeks, then you'll need to put in some elbow grease with your blush brush! At first swatch it reminded me of MAC Gingerly and Eversun blushes. This can easily be used as a contour or for a healthy glow on the apples of your cheeks.

The latest Pout Polish (£4.29) in which goes by the name of Bare Minimum is a glossy nude with the usual jojoba, avocado and sweet almond oils. It goes on practically clear when I apply just a little and doesn't look that great when I apply it thicker as it just leaves a pale milky effect which clashes with my skin tone and doesn't look very attractive at all.

Bare Minimum applied 'thicker'.

Darker skinned ladies are better off using a nude lipgloss which is better suited to the pigment in your lips. Check out Sleek's alternative lip products here.

As always, you can find Sleek Makeup in Superdrug or online at www.sleekmakeup.com


*PR samples




Origins Skincare Freebies - Pick From TEN Products

Monday, September 05, 2011

Whether you've been curious about Origins skincare for a while, or if you're a long time fan, Origins latest offer may tempt you to head towards your nearest counter pronto.

Buy any skincare item and choose THREE samples from their top 10 product line up.

Pick from a selection of cleansers, exoliaters to their best selling moisturisers and eye creams.


Visit your local counter or the Origins website to get your free samples. The offer starts today and will finish on the 30th September 2011.

For your nearest Origins stockist call: 0800 731 4039




Do You Make Up in Public?

Sunday, September 04, 2011

On Wednesday I was on my way home, on the tube after work and a lady came on my carriage and sat opposite me. No biggie, I don't really pay my fellow passengers much attention unless they're either digging the contents of their nostrils out like the disgusting mutant sat next to me on Monday, or if they're just simply mad, like the dude who always gets on at a certain stop and starts doing him gym stretches in the middle of the carriage ..and then promptly removes his top! I kid you not, but anyway I digress.

So this lady sits down, and then starts rummaging through her rucksack and pulls out her make up bag. She then proceeded to give herself a full facial makeover before my very eyes. I tried not to stare, so would glance away every few seconds, but she had me truly transfixed from start to finish - I even picked up new application tips from her!



I loved how I recognised every single product she pulled out of her bag. Out came Benefit Hoola, No 7 Skin Illuminator, a Lancome mascara.. I was in my friggin element, it was like a live beauty You Tube tutorial live on the Northern Line! She even made me want to try those Max Factor Smoky Eyeshadows - she was using 2 Smoky Haze. I amused myself further by trying to guess where she was going and who she was going to meet - look, I have a 30 min tube journey, I had to entertain myself somehow!

By the time she stepped off at London Bridge, she looked gorgeous - yet had still maintained a really natural look despite slapping on what seemed like an endless stream of products. I wanted to get up out of my seat and give her a standing ovation! Not only because she looked flippin' gorgeous, but also because I would just never ever have the guts to do that - not in a packed tube carriage. Oh no! I hate the idea of everybody staring in my face. The nearest I get to 'touching up' in public are in the bathrooms at work or in a restaurant - even then I'm slightly embarassed when somebody walks in. If I'm sat on a half empty bus, then maybe ..but I just don't have the guts to start from scratch as she did and just go for it. Foundation, concealer, mascara, liner, eye shadow, blusher - EVERYTHING!!

I don't mind seeing women apply their make up in public, although I prefer touch-ups rather than viewing the full works, especially first thing in the morning. I mean really? If having a full face of slap is so important, why didn't you just wake up a little earlier? On the other hand, clipping nails or tweezing brows is a definite no-no for me. If your actions result in body hair, skin or matter or any sort being removed from your personal being, then we're gonna have a problem! I feel the same when people bite their nails in public and I can see the bitten nail being moved around in their mouth as they wait for 'the right moment' to spit it out ..in public. Disgusting...

So over to you, I wanna hear your thoughts on applying make up in public. Tell me your horror stories!





Review: Burt's Bees Body Spa

Sunday, September 04, 2011

I love trying new bath and shower products, the nicer they are, the better start I have to my day!

Earth friendly skincare brand, Burt's Bees have launched a new Body Spa range. The new line is made up of body butters, exfoliating body scrubs and nourishing body bars - available in three yummy flavours: Mango & Orange, Honey & Shea and Cranberry and Pomegranate.

My previous experience of Burt's Bees products have been hit and miss. I like the chapsticks, but loathed the Natural Anti-Blemish Solutions Pore Refining Scrub - which I think is utter rubbish and was consequently a complete waste of my money! Anyway, yesterday morning I tried both the Mango & Orange body bar and body scrub, with mild trepidation and here's what I thought.

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I was a bit dubious about the Energising Body Bar (£4.99)and wasn't expecting it to live up to much. I haven't used soaps to wash with since I was a child, so testing this French-milled soap bar, transported me back to the 80s in a flash. I used it with an exfoliating glove and surpisingly it mustered up a very rich, non-drying lather in seconds upon contact with water.


After rinsing my skin didn't feel tight and I guess this was due to the Mango & Orange oils, combined with Cocoa Seed Butter present in the bar. It did a good job of cleansing my skin too and didn't feel or smell artificial - very pleasant actually. I followed it up with the Revitalising Mango & Orange Sugar Scrub (£12.99). The scrub is protected from contamination with a foil lid. A minor grumble is that I had to grab a pen to stab it with, in order to break the seal and then peel it off, It would have been easier if part of the seal had overlapped the edge - I could have just pulled on that and easily removed the foil.



The fruit oils were sitting on the top of the scrub when I peeled back the protective covering...


...so it was only right to give it a good stir!

The scrub is made up out of  sugar crystals combined with orange peel and mango seed oils. It smells really nice ..fruity (obviously) and leaves a slight oily residue on the skin after rinsing. After moisturising my skin felt silky smooth with the combined use of both products and I could still feel the effects late last night before I went to bed.

All in all, I was pleasantly surprised. They're both good products which don't break the bank and I think this line will be a hit with Burt's Bees loyal customers. 

The Burt's Bees Body Spa range is available from www.burtsbees.co.uk


*PR samples.

New Tom Ford Beauty Collection Out Today!

Saturday, September 03, 2011

After making me sit up and take notice when he launched what has become one of my fave perfumes, Black Orchid, Tom Ford is back with a bang!

Modern, sexy, glamourous and undoubtedly luxurious, Tom Ford Color Cosmetics has launched its new collection in Selfridges, Harvey Nichols and Harrods today.

I'm a sucker for a glossy advertising campaigns and the latest Tom Ford images do not disappoint...

Tom Ford strikes a pose with Lara Stone in the collection promo shots  (can you believe that man is 49 years old!!)

I attended the press launch a couple of weeks ago and foolishly didn't take my camera (I don't deserve my Beauty Blogger title, I know!). I won't insult you by posting the dire photos I took on my phone, but will instead divert you to drool at images taken by Get Lippie and Beaut.ie

Let's be clear about one thing, this range is the epitome of high end and unashamedly so, so don't say you weren't warned if you end up hitting your head as a result of fainting at the prices. I logged onto Selfridges.com this morning aiming to treat myself to a blush, conveniently forgetting their £45 price tag ..needless to say my debit card swiftly found itself back in in my wallet!

I think I'll wait until I'm next in New York and treat myself to it (well actually, I have my eye on two shades: Savage and Flush, they're the most WOC-friendly in my opinion). I always tend to buy beauty items there that I usually wouldn't look twice at, when in London ..plus I'll save all of about 50p given the current exchange rate and convince myself that it was a worthy buy too(!)

10 eye shadow quads, 18 lipsticks (a few existing shades thrown in there, but repackaged), five blushes, two perfumes, not to mention brushes, eye pencils and much more ..it's make up heaven.





If you can't make it to a counter today, have a look at the range on Selfridges.com here

NEW! Burberry Body

Saturday, September 03, 2011

Iconic British brand Burberry, have done well to reclaim the classy reputation they built up after it was scorned mercilessly for being 'chavvy' and a label favoured by football louts and market stalls alike.  The launch of a cosmetics line in 2010 and hiring Emma Watson, of Harry Potter fame as face of the brand has given the brand a much needed revival.

Its reign continues with the arrival of their latest female fragrance, Burberry Body. Take a quick look at the Burberry Body Campaign directed by Christopher Bailey, featuring British actress Rosie Huntingdon-Whiteley, and shot by Mario Testino in London




Check out these behind the scenes shots


Burberry Body is feminine and effortlessly sensual and is made up of an eclectic mix of ingredients. The fragrance has top notes of fresh green absinthe, illuminating elegant peach and refined freesia, whilst woody cashmeran, creamy vanilla, sensual amber and musk compose the base.

At first spritz, it felt quite heavy and I could really pick up the alcohol, finding it quite overpowering. Once it had settled, 10 minutes later, it had a developed into a floral mix of rose and iris notes. I'm still on the fence with this, although my colleagues all exclaimed "Mmmm" in appreciation as one by one, they had a sniff of my wrist. If truth be told, I prefer Burberry Weekend!



The bottle is divine - okay, so it may also double up as an ornate erotic toy, but it's a multi faced work of art and will definitely be a centrepiece on any dressing table. I love the rose gold checked bottle lid and it drew gasps as I pulled it out of its box at work yesterday morning.

Wanna try before you buy? Check out the Burberry FACEBOOK page to sign up for a free sample.

How much is it? £75 (85ml), £55 (60ml) and £45 (35ml)
Where can I buy it? All major department store counters



*PR sample


Review: Sleek Remy Couture Yaki Weave

Friday, September 02, 2011

When I was approached to review Remy Couture Yaki Weave, the new range of 100% Premium Virgin Remy hair from Sleek, I was reluctant. My one and only experience of a weave almost a decade ago, was far from positive and I've been wary ever since. Despite seeing weaves adorned by hundreds of women over the years, personally it's not one of my favoured style options.ose.

Not wanting the review opportunity to go to waste, I called on the services of Niomie, a keen weave-wearer who was only to happy to fill my shoes and put these tresses through their paces.

Take it away girl ...

"I hate being restricted and always try to change my hair style on a regular basis. I wear my natural hair in an asymmetric short style and I prefer to keep it short as it's so much easier to maintain. 


I opt for weaves purely for the versatility that they offer. I've worn weaves for the past seven years experimenting with different lengths and styles, i.e. bobs, mid-length and curly. As well as applications, i.e bonding and sewing. I have used both synthetic and human hair covering a variety or brands and price ranges.


I've been wearing Sleek's Remy Couture for just over 2 weeks and I'm extremely pleased with the quality, texture and general manageability of the hair.


First impressions were one of pleasant surprise, for the hair arrived boxed and wrapped in tissue paper - certainly more luxurious than many of the current best selling varieties that are found in afro hair stores.



The Remy Couture hair has maintained its impressive finish, which is incredibly silky to the touch. It isn't limp or flat as I have experienced with many other brands. I've opted for in the past.



I've had it sewn in for three weeks now and I've only experienced minor shedding. I haven't experienced any problems with straightening the hair at all. When using other brands, I've discovered that the more oily the hair is, the less it responds to heat, but I managed to straighten the hair for two with weeks before needing to wash it.


As a regular gym-goer its very easy for my weave to become quite dry, lacking in body and shine due to excessive moisture and sweat, which ultimately causes me to spend more time on maintaining its appearance. I haven't had that issue with this hair at all. I washed the hair using Motions conditioning shampoo and a separate conditioner. 


After washing, the hair dried easily with a blowdryer and once straightened maintained a good texture. There was no excessive shedding during the wash. Once oil was applied it a slight 'shiny' but 'non-greasy' look the hair shaft emerged.


For normal day wear, I wear it down as shown in the photos. At night I wrap with a silk scarf and straighten any kinks out in the mornings.




I would definitely recommend the RemiCouture range. It can be used easily on both Afro and European hair and there's a definite quality which apparent upon application. I'll continue to wear it for a number of weeks.



Remy Couture Yaki Weave isn't cheap, but I think it's worth the price:

From £70 for 12-13”
From £75 for 14-15”
From £85 for 16-17”
From £95 for 18-19”


For more info, including stockists visit: http://www.remycouture.co.uk/. The range can also be ordered online at Pak Cosmetics.

Thanks Niomie!

*PR samples



By Kate - The Lipstick Collection

Thursday, September 01, 2011

Cast your minds back to that Kate Moss make up collection for Rimmel I was talking about back in June ..well now it's here!


Starting with The Lipstick Collection, which features 7 new lipstick shades, containing a new formula which carries exclusive black diamond pigment complex.


Find them in Boots priced at an affordable £5.49 from 7th September, before they roll out nationwide on 28th September.





 

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