A lot of beauty bloggers do these cool “Favorites” videos/posts. I think they talk about what they bought that month. If I did that, it would be boring. “Hey, LOOK at all this stuff that I didn’t buy!” or “Hey, you like this linen duvet and kilim that I bought?” Instead, I want to talk about the things that I craved this month (which may cover a few things that I bought).
The Lipstick League – Week of 6.2.14
Question of the Week: What’s the most underrated product in your beauty arsenal?
EauMG’s Answer: Hmm…this is a tough one. Being primarily a perfume blogger, I think I’m better equipped to talked about “perfumes that deserve hype but don’t get it” than cosmetics. I only read a few beauty blogs so I don’t know if what I love is loved by other people. I think AHA and BHA exfoliants need to be used by everyone. People that use
Many beauty bloggers do this thing called “empties”, where they focus on the products that they used during the month. I admit my reasons for doing this are rather selfish. This is a good way for me to keep track of what I’m actually using and what I actually like.
The Lipstick League – week of 4.7.14
Question of the Week: I own more of this brand than any other:
EauMG’s Answer: Perfume – Serge Lutens and Guerlain. Makeup – Revlon and NARS. Skincare – Paula’s Choice
Lipglossiping – counts down the days until she can welcome the summer with a punch of seasonal colour from Deborah Lippmann!
My Beauty Bunny – Feeling lucky? Go ahead and enter to win a shopping spree at Nurture My Body
I love to celebrate the different seasons with food – traditional baked goods, seasonal produce, regional flavors. I also love to switch out my perfumes and beauty products to more “seasonal” items like “purple floral” perfumes and pastel nail polish. I’m really influenced by the seasons.
Here’s a little “guide” to spring beauty products, yes, many inspired by the symbolism associated with how many Americans celebrate Easter, Passover and spring festivals. I don’t want to support the commercialization of religious holidays, but let’s face it. Things like… Continue reading | 2 Comments