The Lipstick League – week of 4.18.17
Question of the Week: Are you a depotter, or do you prefer to keep your products in their original packaging?
EauMG’s Answer: I like the idea of depotting if it is something that will help you use things in your stash. However, I never do it. It takes too much of my time. I typically destroy them because I lack the patience. I also do not like messing up the packaging. I’m not a pro makeup artist. I’m
Tocca Simone is marketed as a “tomboy” fragrance…whatever. It’s a reason for them to mention surf and sea in copy without going out and creating an overtly “beachy” fragrance.
Simone is fruity. It opens as a familiar apple, citrus and creamy amber, reminding me of Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue for Her but with an addition of honeydew melon. This opening is tart, crisp and fruity. The heart is a bouquet of abstract florals and crisp apple slices. Simone dries down to a “mush of… Continue reading | 4 Comments
I don’t know if I’ve already said this or not, but if you have not tried DSH Perfumes YSL Retrospective Collection for the Denver Art Museum, you should. Especially if you are a fan of vintage and/or classic perfumes.
The Beat Look is inspired by Dior from 1958-1964. It’s inspired by France’s infatuation with young, American culture and YSL’s first perfume launch, Y. Yeah, beatniks. Yeah, the alt-cult of a lost generation.
When sniffing, The Beat Look, you know you’re sniffing something inspired by the early 1960’s… Continue reading | 6 Comments