As much as I adore MAC Cosmetics (y’all know I do), I’ve always been a little meh about their mascaras. So when the company sent me a sample of their new Haute & Naughty Lash, the package actually sat around for weeks before I tried it.
When I finally got around to reviewing it, I wanted to smack myself upside the head for waiting so long – and for doubting the makeup masterminds at MAC.
Haute &Naughty Lash lets your lashes lead a double life, thanks to a two-in-one dual wiper system. For natural, genetically blessed look, use the wand with the pink end. For doe-eyed, dramatic fringe, use the wand with the pink and disco purple end. The hydrating formula prevents flaking and comes off easily with eye makeup remover.
Peep these photos and see for yourself how Haute & Naughty transformed my lashes from blah to bladow!
Before: nekkid lashes looking a bit bald
After: Haute & Naughty lashes
Haute & Naughty Lash is currently available at nordstrom.com and maccosmetics.com. In September 2010, it will be sold at all MAC stores and counters. MAC products have a way of selling out, so if I were you, I’d get this mascara while it’s haute!
Just because I’m having a boy doesn’t mean I’ve become any less of a girly girl. Just check out this piece of pretty I’ve packed in my hospital bag.
The Barbados Essential Clutch by Trina is the perfect size to stash your beauty essentials in. Chic and streamlined, this bag does double duty as a makeup case and as a versatile clutch. And since it retails for just $35, you can afford to fill ‘er up.
The biggest celebrity wedding this summer happened this past weekend, former first daughter Chelsea Clinton, married Mark Mezvinsky in scenic Rhinebeck, N.Y. The bride was tressed in a feminine French twist for her outdoor nuptials. Now women everywhere can get Chelsea’s gorgeous wedding ‘do at just a fraction of the price with Goody Simple Styles Modern Updo Pin ($6.49)!
Follow these three easy-to-follow instructions for achieving a professionally perfect updo every time:
Step #1: Twist your hair into a bun, tuck your ends; insert modern updo pin up through base of bun
Step #2: Lift pin upwards to create your modern updo
Step #3: Press pin downwards to secure your style (the updo pin says hidden in your hair)
The Goody Simple Styles collection is available at Target, Walgreens, Walmart and Duane Reade stores nationwide.
Sorry I’ve been away so long. It pains me that I have neglected my baby, Spoiled Pretty, for so long. But as many of you know, I have a new baby that I’m preparing for. And his due date is approaching more quickly than I could have anticipated, so I’ve got a lot on my plate right now.
I’m going to do my best to keep this blog up to date. But if I fall off the writing wagon for a few days, try not to hold it against me…and stop back in a day or two for more reviews, news and giveaways.
I don’t know what it is. But no matter how hot my nails are looking, I always have nail envy…especially when it comes to my colleague/next door office neighbor, Angela. Every other week, she shows up wearing some super hot color that gives my mani an inferiority complex.
Right now, I’m totally crushing on this grape shade (crushing – get it?) – from OPI‘s Shrek collection.
A few weeks ago, I ordered custom hanging wall letters for my son’s nursery. They just came in the mail, and I can’t get over how amazing they turned out! I bought them from Jarrett Creations on Etsy and they personalized them based on my color preferences, animal preferences (West’s room is jungle/safari themed) and the design of my crib bedding set (I sent them a link to a picture).
If you have a little one (or one on the way) and you’re in the market for wall letters, I highly recommend Jarrett Creations. Even personalized, each letter only cost $7. Great product, wonderful customer service and excellent price!
Okay, back to your regularly-scheduled beauty programming…
A judge may have sentenced Lindsay Lohan to 90 days in jail followed by a 90 day stint in rehab, but it was the wild child – or rather her manicure – that had the last word(s).
What do you think of LiLo giving the judge the middle finger, on the down low? Should the court hold Lindsay, and her profane polish, in contempt? Or should they just be thankful her crazy ass actually showed up this time?