The Eco-Beauty Must Have for Christmas!

I received this packet in the mail last week, and I quickly opened it to check it out. I was TOTALLY excited to see 8 single sachets of beauty biodegradable travel wipes!

Here’s what’s included in the packet:

  • Waterproof Makeup Remover Wipe (1)
  • Oil-Free Face Cleanser Wipe, Naturally Fragranced (1)
  • Oil-Free Face Cleanser Wipe, Fragrance-Free (1)0
  • Instant Body Soother Wipe (1)
  • Heathly Hand Sanitizer Wipes (3)
  • Acetone Free Nail Polish Remover Pad (1)

Do you have a traveler in your family? Someone on the go? A busy mommy? This handy little gift would make the PERFECT stocking stuffer. Throw it in your carry-on bag, or keep it in your diaper bag or glove box. I guarantee this will be pulled out more than once – and often!!

You know the best part? This only cost $3.99!!

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Taylor Swift gets a hair cut! What do you think?

Taylor Swift took to Twitter yesterday to post a picture of her new haircut.

What do you think? I think it’s totally hot! She looks great! Makes her look more mature!

 


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Demi Lovato how she’s simplified her life—starting with her beauty routine.

“I wanted to showcase Demi’s warm, caramel complexion,” says makeup artist Robin Black. Hairstylist John Ruggiero did romantic waves with nothing more than a flatiron and light hairspray. Try Garnier Fructis Style Flexible Control Anti-Humidity Hairspray, $4.50, at drugstores.

Demi Lovato’s Second Chance

This time last year Demi Lovato had—it’s hard to believe—checked into a treatment center to get help for her struggles with bulimia, anorexia and self-injury. And instead of the usual celebrity tactic (deny, deny, deny), Lovato has taken a much braver route: going public about her self-described meltdown and the childhood bullying she’s talked openly about, all in an effort to help other young women and girls. This winter Lovato embarks on a world tour for her perfectly named album Unbroken. We’re all ears.

Glamour: These pictures from the shoot are gorgeous. I love your new look. What is beautiful to you?

Demi Lovato: Having strength and confidence in yourself. I think that women who know who they are are beautiful.

Glamour: And do you feel like you’re there? Or are you still working on that?

DL: I feel like I’m there. I feel beautiful, you know? I feel strong, and I feel confident in who I am.

Glamour: What’s your go-to makeup?

DL: Concealer, foundation, blush, mascara. I can feel glamorous without makeup too, especially on my lips. They’re naturally reddish, so I often let them go.

Glamour: How has your look changed in the last year?

DL: Whenever you’re going through, you know, stuff, it definitely reflects in the way you wear your makeup and hair. Wearing less makeup is more comfortable for me.

Glamour: What’s one thing that has really stuck with you from your experience in treatment?

DL: I met so many young girls and even older women who had literally, you know, been through so much that I couldn’t even imagine. I was maybe a little more closed-minded, and I learned from them never to judge anyone.

Glamour: Is it true that you got tattoos on top of your cutting scars?

DL: I think scars are like battle wounds—beautiful, in a way. They show what you’ve been through and how strong you are for coming out of it. My tattoos say “Stay strong.” “Stay” on one [wrist] and “strong” on the other. Now I’m able to look at them and be thankful for being alive. I think that I’ve been blessed over the past year to be able to start over.

Glamour: What’s the healthiest thing that you do for yourself every day?

DL: Pray. I pray every night before I go to sleep and every morning when I wake up.

Glamour: I want to ask you about some of your lyrics. In “For the Love of a Daughter,” you sing about the “family war” and say, “Your selfish hands always expecting more.” Is this experience about your childhood?

DL: I think people read way too much into that line.

Glamour: What do you mean by that? Do people think it’s abuse and it’s not?

DL: I just don’t think people need to be that literal. I think that could just be, like, a financial thing.

Glamour: In “Skyscraper,” you sing, “Go on and try to tear me down, I will be rising from the ground.” Who are you singing to?

DL: It’s to every person who tried to bring me down. Everyone has the bully or the mean girl or the ex-boyfriend who tried to bring them down. For me, I think of the people who really weren’t there for me when I went into treatment. It was a really dark time for me because I had only a few people—I had surrounded myself with so many artificial friendships. It’s about those people too.

Glamour: You also sing, “You never really can fix a heart.” Do you believe that?

DL: I think every time you get your heart broken, there’s a little piece of it that chips away, and I don’t think you ever get that piece back. But I think you’re able to bandage it with time and with new people and other things that make you happy.

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Trish McEvoy ‘Black Rose Oud’ Eau de Parfum

I have never been moved so much by a fragrance as I have by Trish McEvoy’s Black Rose Oud. I received a sample vial and at first smell thought it was pretty, a very spicy, warm scent. But as the day went on the scent got better and better, I couldn’t stop smelling my wrist. Black Rose Oud is a truly unique scent very exotic and enchanting just wearing it makes me feel a little mysterious and sexy. Black Rose Oud would make the ultimate gift for someone special in your life.

Trish McEvoy ‘Black Rose Oud’ Eau de Parfum
Inspired by a mood of pure glamour, experience the newest addition to Trish McEvoy’s Fragrance Wardrobe. A heart of prized Black Baccara Rose and precious Oud oils surrounded by vibrant florals, exotic spices and sensual woods—Trish’s captivating marriage of the raw with the cultivated, the familiar and the far-away creates a provocative feeling of déjà vu.
1.7 oz.
By Trish McEvoy.

$185.00


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