I love technology. Nowadays we can line our eyes without poking ourselves blind, unify our skin tones with textures that are lighter than air, color our lips with something that is a lipstick/gloss/balm three-in-one, and while we’re at it, why not finally make a formula that is as good on the cheeks as it is on the lips? YSL got there with their new line of Baby Doll Kiss & Blush, and I went on a happy spring date night with *Fuchsia Désinvolte!
When I showed you a sneak peek of Giorgio Armani Maestro Fusion Blush a while ago, many wondered if it would be easy enough to blend. After all, *#300 is not exactly a tame shade! After trying it out for several times, I have to tell you very honestly that with this formula, absolutely no “blending” is involved!
I literally spent a couple of months dreaming about the new Dior Addict Fluid Sticks. Are they really as pigmented as lipsticks and as glossy as glosses? Is the water-based formula (they are touted as wax-free) going to feel lightweight instead of gloopy? Are the colors going to be as nice as what I imagine? If you are asking the same questions, I have to tell you that this is not a marketing hype. The claims Dior makes are real!
Have you imagined what everyone in your family would smell like if you could encapsulate their personality into a fragrance? In 2013, Valentine Pozzo Di Borgo started her perfume brand, Pozzo Di Borgo with this idea. Coming from a big Corsican family, it doesn’t look like she will run out of family members to interpret as fragrances anytime soon. Recently, the brand launched two new creations: 24 Octobre 1985 and 19 Mai 1957.