The Beach Eaus – A month of beach and ocean inspired perfumes.
I can’t believe this month is almost over…and that summer 2019 is coming to an end. I’m trying to squeeze in the last few “beach” scents while it’s still officially summer. I’ve saved my favorite and my least favorite from Nateeva as my last in this series:
Dominican Republic opens as a citrus-hued rose. It’s predominately a grapefruit-rose with a glistening bergamot. There’s also a generic herbal greenness that I really can’t put my finger on but it’s familiar… Continue reading | 4 Comments
Comme des Garçons Amazingreen is one of those perfumes that I knew I would have to revisit one day. I had hyped it up in my head pre-launch. I wanted to smell like gunpowder and pepper. When I tried Amazingreen, I didn’t get any of that. Nor did I get “Amazing” or “Green”. I was mad at Amazingreen. I was mad that it didn’t live up to my expectations. But, I was also mad that I *sort of* liked it too. Here I am in late summer 2018 revisiting… Continue reading
The Lipstick League – week of 7.30.18
Help a Blogger: Stef from we heart this is going to Hawaii and needs a humidity game plan for her wavy hair! Do you have any frizz busters you’d recommend?
EauMG’s Answer: I wish someone could give me some tips! I don’t really have any “glamorous” suggestions. What works for me is the cheap stuff. I love Suave Keratin Infusion Leave-In Conditioner. It works so well for me. I also like
The Lipstick League – week of 5.7.18
Happy Mother’s Day!
Question of the Week: What’s the most expensive eye shadow palette you own, and is it worth it?
EauMG’s Answer: Good question. There are many expensive eyeshadow palettes that I’d like to own (like the one from Pat McGrath). However, I love makeup but I’m not super into eyeshadow palettes. I like singles and to spend my money on lipsticks. I have lots of palettes that are cheaper than the Pat
Eris has launched a fourth perfume, Mx., a perfume named after a gender neutral English-language honorific.
One can tell from the copy, but maybe not from the note list, that Mx. is going to be something different for Eris. It doesn’t seem to be a very modern take on vintage perfumery themes. However, it does have animalic notes listed, something all the Eris perfumes share. Mx. opens with a note that reminds me of black licorice. This quickly fades into gingerbread. It goes through a stage where… Continue reading