Need somewhere to store all your beauty loot?

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A genius idea from Glamour executive beauty editor Mary MacLean: She repurposed a garden tote to hold her hair stuff, using the side pockets for brushes and the main compartment for hot tools. I love this idea I have a hard time keeping all my hair tools from becoming a massive twisted mess.

$33.99 BUY IT HERE. 

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Sonia Kashuk Weekender makeup bag

The detachable clear zippered bags inside are awesome, as are the many cute prints (Pucci-style! gingham!) available. I like the compartments my current travel case is a similar to a train box so it can be hard to find things once they slip to the bottom.

$22.00 BUY IT HERE. 

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Creative Bath cosmetic organizer

The case that will keep the most compulsive neat freaks happy. With multiple compartments and lipstick slots, it gives every product its very own home.
 
 
$21.99 BUY IT HERE. 
 
 
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Not just for forks

Container Store mesh desk drawer organizers,

If you want to keep your beauty secrets to yourself and declutter, stash products away in drawers. A kitchen utensil tray keeps products neatly sorted. I used to use this type of organizers for my makeup but bought the solid plastic kind and then ended up getting all gunky. I like the mesh on these it would be easier to keep clean.

$2.50-$6.00 BUY IT HERE.


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New from Bulgari Rose Essentielle

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Bvlgari Pour Femme ‘Rose Essentielle’ Eau de Toilette Rosee

The delicate and joyful accents of a tender rose. A young and transparent reinterpretation of the Rose Essentielle Eau de Parfum with a joyful fruity facet. Delicate, luminous, feminine and comfortable. Bergamot and orange blackberry, violet leaf, ottomane rose and prelude rose, living jasmine, sambac of China, living mimosa, patchouli, musc, santal mysore.

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I am not sure who the model is she was on the Bulgari site and I just thought it was a beautiful picture and the earrings are amazing. Jocelyn Christmas is coming don’t you love me?

$69.00-$98.00  BUY IT HERE. 


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Courteney Cox & Kinerase!

Courteney Cox Kinerase

Kinerase provides superior moisturization for skin recovering from dermatological procedures, dry and sensitive skin and retinoid-intolerant skin. Many dermatologists and plastic surgeons recommend Kinerase to improve the look of sun-damaged facial skin, and to reduce the appearance of lines and winkles. It is similar to Retin A and Renova because they all work on a cellular level.

Kinerase will NOT give you the peeling, burning, redness, and sun photosensitivity like these other products. Kinerase uses a plant extract that is known in scientific studies to stop photo-aging in plants.

Courteney Cox Arquette is looking radiant here at a press event for Kinerase skincare this last weekend. She has supposedly been using the product for over five years.

“I use the Kinerase line and love it, especially the Cream Kinerase. It is a simple beauty routine that really works. It feels great on my skin and I feel even more confident because so many dermatologists recommend it.”

-Courtney Cox

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If it’s too good to be true…..

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T.V. watchdogs have concluded that television ads for Rimmel mascara in which Kate Moss’ eyelashes were digitally enhanced broke advertising industry rules.

This comes just three months after a L’Oréal mascara advert was criticized for featuring actress Penelope Cruz in false lashes.

The agency behind Rimmel’s television and magazine campaigns denied claims that Kate wore false lashes during the shoot but produced no evidence to prove it.

From now on, the company has been ordered to include a disclaimer in future ads making it clear when post-production magic has been used to increase the effects of a product.

Finally — some truth in advertising!

Not too good to be true!

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Dior Diorshow Mascara

What it is:
Dior’s cult-fave, super volumizing, lengthening, and curling mascara.

What it is formulated to do:
Creates the longest, thickest, curviest lashes ever, resulting in an ultra-glam “just-off-the-catwalk” look.

If you haven’t tried this yet, it lives up to the promise your eyelashes will look so long and lush you will think you have false eyelashes on. I am a Diorshow addict and I don’t care who knows it.

$23.00 BUY IT HERE.


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