So I have always read how great Glossing cream is but I still wasn’t sold on it. There are so many “great” products out there and since I am not independently wealthy I have to carefully choose my items to try. Well our Makeherup readers convinced me to try Diorshow mascara and though I had sticker shock at the counter I will never look back it truly is amazing. So Finally I have tried Frederic Fekkhai Glossing Cream and I have to say I Love it.
There are millions of smoothers, glossing creams and oils on the market and I have tried many of them but this one is just amazing. I have naturally curly frizzy hair and most smoothers work for a bit then my hair wins the war and I’m back to the friendly lion look. I was surprised how soft and smooth and frizz free my hair was after using glossing cream and it keeps it that way all day! I am a stay at home mom so my hair gets put in a bun or ponytail most days. After using this product I have actually started drying and styling my hair (some days) I just love the feel of it and can’t stop touching it. So the moral of this story is you have to try Frederic Fekkai glossing cream if you hit a Sephora store they even have a smaller trial size tube that sell for about $10.
A leave in conditioner to give shine and manageability to hair. Imparts lasting shine and protects hair with UVA and UVB sunscreens. Absorbs quickly and without greasiness. Protects your locks from blow dryer heat.
$19.50-$26.50 BUY IT HERE.
Today Victoria Beckham is launching her new cosmetics called V-Scultp, in Tokyo. The collection, which is expected to be sold in high-end department stores, is being launched as part of Victoria and David’s multi-million pound deal with cosmetics giant Coty. A few weeks ago, Victoria followed her husband’s steps and launched her own perfume. ”People are always asking her how she manages to look so good despite being manically busy, so it makes sense for her to design her own range” said a source close to Posh. Yet, it seems that this collection is not something the wannabe socialite would wear herself. Here is a sneak peek into what we can expect: blushers, eye-shadows, mascaras, eyeliners, lipgloss and lip-liners, all with the DvB logo. Prices are yet to be disclosed, but it shouldn’t be too expensive given the look and the quality of the collection. You can also watch her introduce her line here.