Opus Oils Voodoo Natural Perfume Review

Opus Oils Voodoo perfume

A film inspired by a fragrance…

I feel like I could write a terrible (terribly wonderful) 1970’s b-film or Blaxploitation script based on Opus Oils Voodoo. It inspires me like that. So, how do I get my script into the hands of Quentin Tarantino?

The leading actress – Pam Grier

And Tiger Powers, the model on the perfume model, should be in this too. I’ll give him the required Blaxploitation role of FBI agent that kills Pam Grier’s lover by accident (he’s recovering from being on “that stuff”) and she’s seeks… Continue reading | 4 Comments

makeup instruction, vintage

1970’s Fashion – Get the Makeup Look of Martine Beswick

Martine Beswick

Hammer film actress and Bond girl. Two things that I’ve always wanted on my resume but it’s never happening.  – Here’s what I did to get a 1970’s Martine Beswick inspired look:

FACE: Nothing about my face is like Martine’s so I must contour. I applied Guerlain Lingerie de Peau Foundation in Beige Claire and blended with a sponge. Under the eyes, I applied Covergirl Simply Ageless Concealer in Corrector. With the brush included I set the… Continue reading | 2 Comments


Paco Rabanne Ultraviolet Man EDT Men’s Fragrance Review

The Mainstream Monday: Sniffing a Popular Perfume

All I know of Paco Rabanne is that he is the designer that designed all those bizzare-o Barbarella costumes. Well, the guy has many perfumes and colognes as well, the most recent one to have 15 minutes of fame has been Lady Million (ick). Paco Rabanne fragrances aren’t very popular in the U.S. In fact, until recently, I thought they were only sold in the U.K.! Anyways, Ultraviolet Man is a bit sci-fi. Imagine… Continue reading | 9 Comments