We love the change of seasons, but at times it comes with a price- irritable and unbalanced dry skin. For many this is an endless cycle of lotion concoctions that never seem to work. Fortunately we’ve found an amazing product that just might do the trick.
More than 15 years ago Pauline Youngblood began creating lightweight mineral makeup for patients recovering from surgery while she worked as a medical aesthetician to dermatologists and plastic surgeons. Today she’s the president of Youngblood Mineral Cosmetics, a full line which includes the deliciously glossy Mighty Shiny Lip Gel.
In recent months we’ve seen Facebook pages, blogs, and Pinterest pages devoted to the nail arts, and with good reason — the perfect manicure has become quite the status symbol. Some ladies keep it simple with basic colors and one layer, others skirt tradition by using new methods such as gels, and magnetic lacquer. Some haven give new nail shapes a go.
Yours truly has always had a love affair with all things pink. Thankfully the new beauty accessory line from jewelry designer Tarina Tarantino completely satisfies this urge. Known for her lovable and unique sparkles and gems, she has teamed up with Sephora to present her collection which features a full array of essentials to satisfy ladies of all ages. Time to celebrate your playful side! The lineup includes some of the following must-haves: primer, pressed powder, luminizer, lip glosses, mascara, bracelet and hair clips.
I have such fond memories of all things Sanrio, especially the character Hello Kitty. There was always something memorable about having a trinket, and adding it in my keepsake box.
DAME EDNA ’08
Reviewing this release is more for nostalgic reasons than anything else…
Their latest collaboration is with the flamboyant character Dame Edna Everage, portrayed by Australian comedic actor Barry Humphries. The new collection from M.A.C. will feature Edna’s signature purple gradient palette of choice and will launch December 26th.
THE ORIGINAL QUEEN RUPAUL ’95
This wouldn’t be the first time that the cosmetics company went she-male.
Back in 1995 when they launched their “Faces of M.A.C.” campaign, they worked with the original Glamazon of Drag known as Rupaul. That’s right, Ms. You-Betta-Work! I remember seeing Rupaul sashay shante the catwalk performing “Supermodel” at a weekly Friday night party called “The Bump” at Club USA. I miss that slide…
“Lady Loch Ness”