Sunday, 7 August 2011
Beauty Spotlight Roundup 07/08/11
The Beauty Spotlight Team is here to delight you again with upcoming glamour, oldies but goodies, health & fashion and even 2 giveaways. Enjoy.
Lisamarie from Beauty Crazed thinks serum for your lips is an excellent idea - check out her swatches of Dior Rouge Serum and see if you agree!
Marcia and Lisa of Beauty Info Zone spent time looking at the newest treasures in the Neiman Marcus beauty department. You will be drooling over what Bobbi Brown, Chanel, Le Metier de Beaute, Guerlain and Chantecaille have to tempt us.
Zuzu's Petals at Everyday Beauty got glazed and enthused with Ellis Faas Lip Glaze in L303, a deep, sheer roseberry. If you haven't taken the Ellis Faas plunge yet, read some of Zuzu's reviews and be swayed.
Over at Lipstick Musings, Shannon's looking for hydrated, firmer skin (aren't we all?). See whether Reviva Labs' Peptides and More Cream does the trick!
Have you been wanting to try Josie Maran's Argan Oil infused cosmetics? Makeup Merriment's latest giveaway is for a trio of these lovely natural products - have you entered yet?
Modesty Brown gave us a look at the Delphes and Grande Palais eyeshadow palettes from the new NARS Fall collection. There's also a mini NARS duo taupe off!
Paula, from Older Girl Beauty talks about being a walking beauty casualty with her Vitamin D deficiency & the changes she's making in her lifestyle.
Its giveaway time again on Pammy Blogs Beauty! Be sure to enter Pammy's DeVine Lip Shimmers Giveaway!
Perilously Pale wants to let you in on the discovery of her new favourite lip gloss formula!
Styrch from Pretty in Dayton plays around in Send the Trend's new My Style room and realizes she has a thing for spikes! Best of all, most of her criticisms have already been addressed by the development team!
Cindy says buh-bye to forehead wrinkles with the Biobliss patch--see the before and after pics at Prime Beauty!
Visionary beauty looks at one of the newly introduced palettes from the Estee Lauder pure colour eye shadow range; Surreal Skies could be that everyday neutral palette you have been looking for.