The results are in for EauMG’s Third Annual Perfume Pals Best of Awards! Thank you for taking the time to vote.
Here are the two winners from each category:
Bvlgari Eau Parfumée de Thé Bleu
This tea fragrance won with 17% of the vote.
Jo Malone London Mimosa and Cardamom
This fragrance won with 13% of the vote.
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According to the brand (and other retailers), Lamblack by Bruno Fazzolari is the brand’s most popular perfume in regards to sales. According to perfume people, I’d say it’s the brand’s most popular perfume. Lampblack is a perfume inspired by India ink. The fragrance wears like soot and oil-burning lamps.
Lampblack reminds me of worn leather. And ink. Lampblack is dark and smoky with glimmers of light. It opens with citrus and a dry, spicy black pepper. It flickers between citrus oils and soot, much… Continue reading | 4 Comments
For the past few years, I’ve made a list of my favorite beauty items from the year. These aren’t “new” products, even though some of them may be. These are products that are “new to me” products in 2015 that I fell in love with
This year, I’m also doing something different. I’m providing my “predictions” of trends going into the new year.
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The Lipstick League – Week of 1.4.16
Question of the Week: Name a beauty-related skill you hope to improve in the new year (for example: winged liner, contouring, etc.).
EauMG’s Answer: I feel for the most part, I’ve got it down. I may lack self-awareness, but I feel like I’ve got all the skills that I need. Now that my hair is longer, I need to learn how to style it. I used to be good with shoulder length or
One of Bergdorf’s windows.
December was a stressful month. I think it’s that way for a lot of people. For me, there was a lot to wrap up before 2016. I can’t really remember much from December other than working and beating deadlines.
However, more than work occurred. I made an effort to see all the glorious store windows in the Upper West Side department stores. The displays were phenomenal. I went to the MET a few times. A lovely contributor from… Continue reading | 12 Comments