If you are a member of the Guerlain Terracotta cult, if you are on the fairer side, or if you want to look healthy without looking like you are wearing any bronzer, I have great news for you! Guerlain is launching a new Terracotta Joli Teint Natural Healthy Glow Powder Duo line that you might really like! I have all *4 shades here and I quickly swatched them for you today!
As I wrote down the title of this post, Miranda Priestly’s (remember The Devil Wears Prada?) snide voice echoed in my head:” Floral? For spring? Groundbreaking.” But hey, I can’t help it! It’s the first day of spring, and I am doing a happy dance with the limited edition Givenchy Le Rouge Couture Edition!
I hope you are ready for the last installment of Chanel Rouge Coco reviews as well as an overview of the new formula! We’ve got a nude, a brown, and a rosewood here, namely *Adrienne, *Antoinette, and *Mademoiselle. Spoiler alert: the nude and the brown didn’t turn out as bad as I thought they would!
I came to the sudden realization last week over a couple of conversations with fellow bloggers: I really don’t own or wear a lot of peachy shades. It’s a surprise considering how popular they are, as well as how well they sit on me. It took me a while to figure out why I don’t actively seek them out: peachy hues do not seem to stand out. They are always pretty and appropriate, but they are almost never vibrant enough. With that said, I looked around in my stash and found some peachy/muted shades that I actually like. Allow me to present the latest edition of #TulipTuesday, the peachy and the muted!
Have you ever tried a pomelo? Growing up in Taiwan, this large and mild citrus fruit is no stranger to me. It is a typical feature of the Mid-Autumn Festival feast. Think of it as a larger grapefruit that is much less sour. Atelier Cologne managed to bottle that sweet and juicy scent in their latest creation, *Pomélo Paradis Cologne Absolue.