Introducing- Elizabeth Arden Pretty Hot

The newest addition to the Elizabeth Arden “Pretty” fragrance line is Pretty Hot. I ‘ve enjoyed all the Pretty scents but the spicy musk scent of Pretty Hot is a real standout. The juicy fruit scent is perfectly complimented by the deep musk scent and the overall tone is warm and spicy. Very different from all my other fragrances Pretty Hot is the great warm scent to welcome spring!

PRETTY HOT Pretty Hot Elizabeth Arden Eau de Parfum Spray , 3.3 fl. oz.

Too hot to handle, Pretty Hot Elizabeth Arden is a fragrance of unmistakable sexy confidence.

Luminous notes of juicy red currant, lush blood orange and mandarin set off sparks. Igniting a daring floralcy, Belle de Nuit explodes like a firework in the night sky. Red peony, pimento blossom, Petalia™ and Georgywood™ give a floral woody depth. At the back, a smoldering blend of amber, white patchouli, tonka crystals, sandalwood and Cosmone™ makes the skin exude a sensuous, alluring warmth.

Top Notes: Red currant, Blood Orange, Juicy Mandarin, Freesia, Red Apple.

Middle Notes: Red Peony, Belle de Nuit (Queen of the Night) Scentrek™, Pimento Blossom, Petalia,™ Georgywood.™

Dry Down: Sensuous Amber, White Patchouli, Tonka Crystals, Sandalwood, Cosmone.™

Limited Time:FREE Pretty pony tail holder with any Pretty Elizabeth Arden fragrance purchase. (No code necessary).

$65

Disclosure: A complimentary sample of the above mentioned product were sent to me for an honest review.


Follow Make Her Up on Twitter and Facebook!

SEE THE PIC! Kat Von D launches line of diary-inspired leggings!

Kat Von D just posted this picture on Twitter showing her new leggings, inspired by her own diary!

“Rockin’ the “Diary” leggings from the KatVonD clothing line today! Script taken from my actual diary entries” she wrote.

I think it’s a cool idea! What do you think – would you wear them?

(I’m trying to read what it says!)


Follow Make Her Up on Twitter and Facebook!

Exotic, Eastern-Inspired Look for Oscar de la Renta at New York Fashion Week


Revlon’s Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman, Creates an Exotic, Eastern-Inspired Look for
Oscar de la Renta at New York Fashion Week

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

WHO: Revlon’s Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman, backstage at Oscar de la Renta

WHAT: Revlon’s Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman, paired a strong brow with rosy, contoured cheeks for the Oscar de la Renta Fall 2011 collection, bringing forth the designer’s vision of an enigmatic eastern traveler.

“The look is about a Mongolian journey,” says Westman. “I darkened the brow and applied touches of pink-hued lipstick to the cheeks to give the illusion of a woman exploring the Siberian tundra.”

REVLON PRODUCTS TO GET THE LOOK:

LIPS:
Gucci Westman for Revlon Limited Edition Lip Palette in Bordeaux in the Snow (available in Fall 2011), $6.99
Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Black Cherry (used on darker complexions), $7.99

EYE:
DoubleTwist Mascara in Blackest Black, $8.99
ColorStay Liquid Liner in Blackest Black, $7.39
ColorStay 12H Eye Shadow Quad in Silver Fox (grey shade only) $6.99
Brow Fantasy in Dark Brown, $7.50

FACE:
Revlon PhotoReady Concealer, $10.99
ColorStay Powder, $13.99
ColorBurst Lipstick in Fuchsia and Candy Pink, $8.99

PRODUCT AVAILABILITY: www.revlon.com


Follow Make Her Up on Twitter and Facebook!


Get the Look: Natasha Bedingfield Retro Glam at the 2011 Grammy’s

WHO: Natasha Bedingfield
WHAT: An old fashioned style with a contemporary, glamorous vibe
WHEN: February 13, 2011
WHERE: 53rd Grammy Awards
HOW: Caile Noble, stylist for Serge Normant at John Frieda in LAHOW TO GET THE LOOK:

Caile began by establishing a low side part and applying a product that would help give the hair some memory and hold (try John Frieda Luxurious Volume Root Booster). He then began blowing out her hair with a small, round boar bristle brush.

Next he took hair in sections with a small barrel curling iron and curled each section the same direction away from Natasha’s face. When finished, he sprayed the curls with a workable hairspray and allowed time for the curls to set and brushed hair out using a flat bristle brush to achieve the glamorous wave.

Softly pulling the hair back, Caile twisted the excess hair into a chignon and secured it in place using large hair pins. He finished with a finishing spray to give the style that ultimate red carpet shine.


Follow Make Her Up on Twitter and Facebook!