Fruits of the Tree of Knowledge (formally known as “What Katie Did on Friday Night”) by 4160 Tuesdays is, as you’d expect from its glorious title, is a fruity fragrance.
The opening is sharp and zesty with all the citruses. This adds a sparkling, effervescent quality to the perfume. It’s seriously ALL OF THE CITRUS. Sometimes I notice a lime peel, other times it’s a grapefruit zest, then freshly squeezed lemon juice…you get the point. It’s all the citrus. As it… Continue reading | 2 Comments
Rose Week 2016
DSH Perfumes L’Opera des Rouges et des Roses is a perfume in the collection “Giverny in Bloom” created for the Denver Art Museum. This “scent experience” celebrates Monet’s gardens. This collection consists of four scents. Le Jardin Vert is a lush, green scent that represents foliage. Le Danse de Bleus et Violettes is a cool violet floral. And there’s L’Opera des Rouges et des Rouges which is a lovely rose floral. The last scent in the collection is Giverny in Bloom
Rose Week 2016
Last week, I mentioned (or rambled) on Twitter that I don’t understand the AERIN line. This came after the news of Estee Lauder launching a “Millennials” brand, Estée Edit that will be exclusive to Sephora. This new brand will be targeted to the 18-34 year old demographic according to WWD. I understand why Lauder is doing this. They want a younger audience but I don’t know how it will go for them. I feel… Continue reading | 15 Comments
Who doesn’t love a retro bleached blonde? Despite the blonde exposed to chlorine hair color, I love Mylène’s look. It’s that lovely “late 50’s nice but still a fox” look. It’s a classic look that will go with a variety of hair color/eye color combos.
FACE: Like most babes, the complexion is perfect. Apply concealer where needed. Clinique All About Eyes Concealer is great for the under eye area. Apply a nice foundation like MAC Studio Fix Fluid in your shade. Apply a light dusting of a translucent… Continue reading