Guerlain cosmetics have been one of my biggest temptations this year. I love my two Guerlain foundations, Lingerie de Peau and Terracotta Joli Teint, as well as my very-special-treat-of-a-lipstick, Rouge G in Georgia… but I’ve managed to avoid the Guerlain counter since those purchases. However, now that I’ve been a few photos of Guerlain’s Fall 2014 collection (here on Chicprofile), I have a feeling that I’ll be planning a visit to Saks in September.
First, Guerlain is reissuing its KissKiss lipstick line with a new formulation and new shades. I love the shiny black cases.
Second, three new eyeshadow “quads” will be released as limited editions. This quartet of nude shades looks simply perfect.
I’ve read that the collection’s Japan launch is scheduled for August 1st. No news yet about the US release. Stay tuned…
Photos and information via Chicprofile.
My latest post on Now Smell This is a review of two fragrances from Dawn Spencer Hurwitz, Peony and White Lilac. You can read it here.
It’s summer, and my style is a little more casual (read: unemployed) than usual this year, so I’m paring down a few of my personal-care routines. Why not start at the top, so to speak? My curly-wavy hair loves summer weather, to the point where its exuberance needs to be restrained a bit. The problem is always how to fight wild frizz without losing all volume and texture (because I actually like having naturally curly hair).
Sometimes, less is more.
Eastman Johnson, Catching the Bee, 1872. Oil on board. The Newark Museum, Purchase 1958 Wallace M. Scudder Bequest Fund 58.1.
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Reading: I just finished At Last, the final novel in Edward St. Aubyn’s Patrick Melrose cycle
Video: Mr. Tinsel and I thoroughly enjoyed Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. One good summer blockbuster is a must!
Art: A recent visit to the Newark Museum
Drink: Palais des Thés Fruit de la Passion flavored black tea…iced!
Eats & Treats: I’m on a chia pudding kick.
Garb: A dress and a shirt from the latest summer sale at Comptoir des Cotonniers
Beauty Products: Local handmade soaps from Taproot Organics