I’m a longtime fan of LUSH”s Rose Jam (you can read my review on Now Smell This, here), so I’m thrilled to learn that LUSH has begun creating similarly scented products. The latest is a solid shampoo bar called Jason and the Argan Oil (get it?).
I can’t wait to try it.
UPDATE: It’s been delayed due to a necessary reformulation, but it’s supposed to arrive in stores by the end of March!
Info via the LUSH website.
I love New York. I love fancy candles. I can’t help coveting these new products from Joya Studio in collaboration with “art and architecture company Snarkitecture.”
Here’s the official description:
“The offset wick of this otherwise plain cylindrical candle suggests something unexpected beneath the surface. As the candle burns down, a metal souvenir is unearthed and a new and evolving topography of wax is formed. The image of a building in a landscape comes into focus. Each candle in the New York City edition of the Secret Souvenir series contains an Empire State Building, Chrysler Building or Statue of Liberty souvenir at random.” …
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Every year Diptyque releases a collection of limited edition candles for the holidays. It’s usually a trio of scents. This year the one that calls out to me is Hiver (Winter), “a breath of smoky woods and roast chestnuts, enveloped in precious balms.”
The glass containers are designed by the artist collective Qubo Gas.
Hard to resist, no?
I’ve grumbled before about way that skull designs have gone totally mainstream, so I won’t go over that again. I still have a weakness for macabre skull imagery showing up in unexpected places. I’d love to own one of these new silicone skull-shaped tea infusers created by Lee Jinyoung of i-Clue Design. Fun and function, with a dash of philosophy!
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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.
UPDATE, 7/27: Here is a list of shades, from Guerlain’s Japan website:
- 325 Rouge Kiss
- 320 Red Insolence
- 321 Red Passion
- 322 Red on fire
- 324 Red Love
- 327 Red Strass
- 360 Very Pink
- 364 Pinky Groove
- 365 Romance
- 366 Fall in Rose
- 367 Kiss Blossom
- 367 Baby Rose
- 369 Rosy Boop
- 300 Golden Girl
- 301 Candy Beige
- 302 Romantic Kiss
- 303 Beige Booster
- 304 Air Kiss
- 305 Forever Brown
- 340 Miss Kiss
- 342 Peach Fizz
- 342 Francy Kiss
- 343 Sugar Kiss
- 343 Sexy Coral
And see here for **photos** of all the KissKiss shades on a Dutch beauty blog. A few of the roses are calling to me…
Second, three new eyeshadow “quads” (Ecrins 4 Couleurs) will be released as limited editions. This quartet of nude shades, called Les Sables, 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.