There is no excuse but my own laziness to blame for the lack of updates on my blog in the past few months. When I look over my desk and see how much content is backlogged, I just want to flee the house but I can’t. A lot of these products deserve their dedicated reviews, just like these Rimmel London Moisture Renew Sheer & Shine Lipsticks I am going to talk about today.
Gilded Cage is a new Aussie beauty brand that is designed in Paris and made in Italy. It has been on my radar for a while now. That’s why I was so excited to see its Unleashed Lipstick showing up in The Parcel Autumn Edit, and decided to do a separate blog post for it.
The Autumn Edit of The Parcel came to me last month, lining up perfectly with my birthday. I have to say this one got even better than their Summer Edit! So click ahead and discover what the Marie Claire team has selected for us.
Starting in Korea, Asian girls have been sporting the Korean style gradient or petal lips for some time now. I was wondering when the rest of the world will pick up this super cute lips look the other day. Then SCOUT Cosmetics emailed me their take on this beauty trend (speaking of answers from the universe…). So click through and see how it works!
“Ah, Rimmel you did it again!” This is all I can think of when staring at Rimmel London The Only 1 lipsticks. Combined it with a good cause to empower all Australian women? I don’t even know where to begin! So without further ado, here’s my review on this new range of lippies.
Scroll down my blog real quick and you will be able to tell how much I love bold colour lippies. That said, there are days I prefer the natural route and reach out for those trusty nude tubes in my beauty cabinet. Be it a dramatic smoky eye for a night out or a casual brunch date with the BFFs, a good nude shade can carry you a long way. And who does nude pouts better than the style icon Kate Moss (no offence, Kim K)? Ahead is my review on Rimmel London’s latest Nude Collection by Kate Moss. Yes, I dare to go bare with Kate. What about you?
When I was in my early 20s, I was all about lip glosses. Lipsticks just sounded like something mum would wear (sorry, Mum!). But I have gradually eased into the lipstick world a couple years ago, and became a lipstick kinda girl. Thanks to my work, I have always been surrounded by lovely beauty junkies and exposed to gorgeous products. Ahead are three lipsticks I swear by after millions of trials and errors.