I rarely publish these “Get the Look” press releases because I figure you can find them elsewhere; however, when I found this one in my inbox, I had to publish it because it gives me an excuse to talk about something I want to talk about.
I love Orange is the New Black for so many reasons. (One of them being that it passes the Bechdel test). And like the rest of America, I finished Season 2 within a week. Don’t… Continue reading | 6 Comments
Humiecki and Graef Clemency is inspired by pride. Well, not just pride but proud, regal mothers. It’s Humiecki & Graef. Are we supposed to look into this bizarre-o inspiration? Probably not.
I’ve decided that after wearing Clemency a few times that I don’t want proud, regal moms in my perfume. Clemency is a sharp linden blossom with lime floor cleaner. This opening is so sharp that I find it unpleasant for a personal fragrance and maybe just decent as a cleaning product. The fluffy mimosa… Continue reading | 1 Comment
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Beyonce Pulse Summer Edition is now available in stores. It’s a limited edition “fresher” version of the original Pulse. It contains notes of pear, mandarin, pink pepper, florals, sapphire woods, musk and benzoin.
You have no idea how excited I am by The Scent of Departure Collection by French badass Gerald… Continue reading | 10 Comments
EauMG interviews actress Kate Walsh:
Boyfriend is a perfume that is meant to capture the scent of a guy on a girl, a skin lingering scent, a rich man’s cologne mixed with feminine perfume. The memory of a boyfriend. Boyfriend is a woody oriental with notes of dark plum, myrrh, night blooming jasmine, benzoin tears, skin musk, golden amber, and vanilla woods.
Recently, I had the opportunity to interview and discuss the fragrance, Boyfriend, with Kate Walsh, the… Continue reading | 15 Comments
I love 60’s cop/spy dramas. Ironside isn’t my favorite but I do love the take on 60’s San Francisco. I also love fellow Tennessean, Barbara Anderson, AKA Officer Eve Whitfield. In the show, she often sported dramatic matte white shadow and thick liner and false lashes with pearly lipstick. In this picture, she is a bit more “natural”. I did find her hairstyle a bit unfortunate for some of the show’s history, my husband refers to it as a Bald Eagle hairstyle. I do see the resemblance, especially from… Continue reading