OUR NAIL POLISH
TEST: YOU RESPOND!
I think Chanel is very very good,
although Essie is almost as good and the colors are superb.
For mass market, I prefer L'Oreal over Revlon......I also like Lancome
too, but the price is very high.
I happen to love nail polishes, and probably have way too many,
but the good news with that is that I have come across some fantastic brands of polish. Try if you can find it BG MG (Beauty First, or salons may carry this one).
It's got a lot of pigment, goes on thin, but I can wear (My favorite!) Retro Red with only one coat. Talk about a treat, one coat and a
quick drying topcoat and you're out the door with the Perfect red nails. Also try Victoria's Secret's brand. They have some great colors, and they wear pretty well, plus the applicator is a long handle which is much easier
to apply with than most brands' short stubby handles. For durability, I am on my 5th day with a powder blue shade from
Bath and Body Works. There are three chips total, not too bad, and their color selection is bright and fun.
AND OUR UNDEREYE CONCEALER TEST
I use Chanel Cover Up in a small tube. I find it very expensive, for the little amount in the tube. So far I haven't found anything that can beat Cover Up for lightness, concealing and staying power. I will however try Almay since everyone seemed to like it and it's much cheaper.
Thank you for your advice
I read the article about makeup first (as usual), and you know, I was not surprised
at the final result (Almay over Yves Saint Laurent). The price doesn't really "make" the quality of the product.
Even so, Yves Saint Laurent is one of the more trusted brands. You just have to decide where and what do you want to do with each
concealer.... Yves Saint Laurent to go out, and Almay to go to work. I don't like the 3 in 1 Buffy the
Vampire myself, it's sticky heavy and makes my skin look shiny. But I agree, it all depends on your skin tone and type.
Stila makes a randy eye concealer.
It's my pick.
As an individual, I am very
fashion savvy, and your site sounds just right for fashion news and
updates....Looking forward to a great interaction between us.
I am very interested in the
ingredients in the products we use on our bodies. It is very important
to know this in order to protect ourselves and give the best to
I really enjoy exploring this site. It
has been well developed in an esthetic matter.
I love "indie" beauty
products such as T. LeClerc and Face Stockholm. This site is
excellent for makeup application and selection, and is therefore an
artistically charged place for color-hunting.
I love your website.
I work decorating shops. And I find your fashion instinct really amazing. Lately, I've been looking for some inspiration to innovate. Thanks!
Ana M. Rodríguez Marcos
I checked out your site and was really impressed -- it's bright, down-to-earth, and seems more like a hip slick magazine than an "on-line publication".
FROM OUR REGISTRANTS
It was really nice to hear from you -- an editor
of a fashion magazine. You made me feel I had received a personalized message. Your article re the "Sun-kissed Provence......." makeup on Mar
21 was very interesting, cool and frank!! Well done, and keep up the good work.
Thanks! I completely agree with the new vibrant spring colors that are out....
They add an extra touch to the everyday wear of make-up. I've taken a special liking to Urban Decay's Acid Rain eye shadow.
It's an iridescent mint green ...I could wear it everyday! ! ! Thanks again for the tips!....
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