This Christmas, give the gift of Candy. Not sugar plums or candy canes. I’m talking about another sweet treat.
If Prada Candy isn’t on your recipient’s wish list, it’s because she hasn’t smelled it yet. With notes of white musks, noble benzoin and caramel, Prada Candy isn’t overwhelmingly saccharine, as the name might imply. Powder tempers the sugar, giving this gourmand a classic sophistication.
This fall, experience Cinderella in a whole new light with the Disney Cinderella Collection by Sephora, a collection that will sweep you off your glass slippered feet. Magically transform any beauty routine with color cosmetics, fragrances and accessories inspired by the 1950 Disney classic animated film Cinderella. The collection offers women a fresh perspective on this beloved story and encourages them to tell the tale of their inner princess by featuring shades derived from the film’s rich color palette.
Storylook Eyeshadow Palette Volume 1 Cinderella Edition, $55 Embark on a magical journey everyday with this luxurious eyeshadow palette complete with twenty different shadows, each inspired by original shades from the fabled movie. Create a variety of enchanting looks with these silky smooth highly pigmented shades that are easy to apply, blend and layer. (more…)
Prada Infusion d’Iris Eau de Parfum is one of my signature scents. In 2007, when I gifted Mama Spoiled Pretty with a bottle for Christmas, I was seduced by its charm, and I’ve been wearing it ever since. In fact, I carry a full-sized bottle in my handbag. So when Prada announced Infusion d’Iris Absolue Eau de Parfum, a sequel to the award-winning original, I couldn’t wait to get a whiff.
Unfortunately, it was originally only sold at Neiman Marcus. Neiman is a little rich for my blood, so I it took me a while to get my my hands on one of the gold-adorned bottles. But, in the past few months, I’ve noticed the perfume popping up at other stores (Nordstrom, Macy’s, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdale’s) – so I recently reached out to my friends at Nordstrom to request a sample. They happily obliged, so I’m now able to bring you this long-awaited review. (more…)
I love beauty. But what I love more is introducing women to beauty products that they never knew existed but will change their lives. That’s why I started Spoiled Pretty, after all.
I’ve been blogging since 2007 and have posted 2,900+ product reviews and articles. I’ve dropped a lot of knowledge over the past five years and I encourage you to search the site and get better acquainted. But for those who are short on time or need to quickly get down to the nitty gritty, I’ve added an exciting feature to Spoiled Pretty.