It’s almost the end of May which means the Dubai summer is here in full force. Unfortunately with the endless sunshine, heat and continuous exposure to air conditioning, our body, skin and most importantly hair goes for a toss. For someone with long, dry and wavy hair, the summer means a big frizzy mess. Thankfully, there is a Lush product to make summer hair more manageable.
Lush H’Suan Wen Hua Hair Moisturizer is a mouthful to say but then again they’ve managed to blend together a bunch of amazing ingredients to make this product: Continue reading
I’ve recently tried out a few BB creams (really loving Kiehl’s and Philosophy) and was just thinking of replacing the usual tinted moisturizer with them. However the beauty industry is moving at breakneck speed with counters full of CC and even DD creams! I’m guessing you’re looking for clarification as well so here’s a summary to understand the difference between primer, tinted moisturizer BB, CC and DD creams.
A base to prep your skin before you apply your foundation/concealer but after you apply moisturizer. Most primers give a velvetey base but there are ones that can be used as a color corrector to cover redness.
NARS is one of my favorite makeup brands but unfortunately it isn’t available locally at beauty stores in Dubai. And while you can purchase it on trips to the US/UK, there are certain times you just can’t wait (as I can see from the search results bringing you to the website)! So here’s a few ways you can buy NARS products without ever leaving Dubai:
While Chanel might have the most sell-out makeup collections, Dior’s been putting out some gorgeous collections in recent years. The latest Summer 2013 collection is no exception and is called “Birds of Paradise.” The collection features gorgeous hues of teal and blue and a new product I’m very interested to try out – the Jelly Lip Pencil!
Image Source: Dior Facebook Page
Great news for fellow polish-holics, Clinique has launched a nail polish line!
Just like Clinique’s makeup collection, the nail polish line is created for sensitive skins. If you’re a fan of polish but end up with a skin sensitivity, Clinique’s collection is worth a look. And it’s great to see they’ve dabbled in interesting shades such as bright yellows and greens!
Would you buy this?