I am obsessed with ABC’s Scandal, starring the gorgeous and uber talented Kerry Washington. If you’ve never seen the show, you need to get with the program…literally. And if you’ve seen it but didn’t get hooked, I don’t know if we can be friends. It’s just that good.
In Scandal, Kerry plays Olivia Pope, a D.C. crisis management guru/”fixer.” She’s the former White House Communications Director for the President (who is married, but just so happens to be her soul mate), but has left to start her own crisis management firm, Olivia Pope and Associates. Sounds entertaining, right? It is! Anyway, Olivia has a killer instinct and a killer wardrobe.
In this Bluefly Closet Confessions video, Kerry gives us a special look into the wardrobe of her character. Enjoy!
PS – If you’re a fellow Scandal fan, tweet me on Thursdays at 10 ET. I do an informal live blog of the episodes and would love to chat with you about the show!
Hi y’all. Just wanted to bring your attention to a new Spoiled Pretty feature.
Over on the right sidebar, there are two boxes. The first, Wish List, is something I’ve had my eye on that I’m dying to try. And the second, Obsessed With, is a new find or old favorite that is currently rocking my world.
They are updated on a weekly basis, so be sure to check back every now and again.
Bobbi Brown first arrived on the beauty scene in 1991 with the launch of Bobbi Brown Essentials, and changed the face of makeup with a handful of 10 brown-based lipstick shades created to fill a void in the market of simple, flattering and wearable makeup. Bobbi’s philosophy was simple: “Women want to look and feel like themselves, only prettier and more confident.” Her unique approach to cosmetics was a long-awaited gift for women who wanted a more natural look.
Twenty years later, Bobbi Brown Cosmetics is a global brand, having expanded beyond lipstick to a full range of color cosmetics, fragrance and skincare. Today, with a presence in more than 1000 doors in 57 countries and 18 free-standing stores, Bobbi Brown Cosmetics is coveted by world renowned makeup artists, celebrities and style makers who appreciate Bobbi’s unique approach to beauty and her ability to translate the latest trends into wearable, real-life looks.
This fall, Bobbi’s seventh book, Pretty Powerful, hits bookshelves. In the book, Bobbi interviews dozens of real women, celebrities, and athletes about what beauty means to them and shows, step-by-step, how to achieve each look. Along the way, she shares her trade secrets for striking eyes, youthful skin, pretty lips, and perfect brows for any age, skin color, or beauty type.
I recently scored an exclusive interview with this makeup maestro. In the following Q&A, Bobbi dishes on her makeup philosophy, everyday routine and #1 beauty tip. It’s a pretty powerful read… (more…)
Fall is officially here, and so are cooler temperatures. It’s hard to believe that soon – very soon – it’ll be chilly. And then downright cold.
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Warning: addictive fragrances may lead to excessive hand washing. This foamy formula leaves hands fresh, fragranced, and squeaky clean—perfect for helping banish pesky germs, so you keep winter colds at bay.
Lavish some love on dry, chapped winter hands with this creamy, nourishing formula. Natural moisturizers spread to dry spots, helping restore hands to their softer, smoother side. Trust us, this is one winter indulgence you can feel güd about.
Both the Hand Wash and Hand Cream are available in Floral Cherrynova™, Orange Petalooza™, Vanilla Flame™, and Pearanormal Activity™.
Three lucky Spoiled Pretty readers will each win a Hand Wash and a Hand Cream – in his/her choice of scent. To enter, leave a comment below – telling me which scent you prefer. The contest is open to U.S. residents only. Contest ends on Friday, October 5 at 5pm ET. I’ll announce THREE winners then.