Bare Escentuals on the Go!
In celebration of Sephora’s 10-year anniversary, Bare Escentuals created this portable, limited edition flow-through brush filled with Mineral Veil, the original on-the-go essential.
A “Best of Sephora” award-winner, Mineral Veil provides the ultimate translucent finishing touch to makeup, infusing skin with softness and light for airbrushed perfection. It gently absorbs oil and minimizes the appearance of lines and pores for a fresh, flawless look all day.
Happy Anniversary Sephora!
Vincent Longo Limited Edition Flower Shadow Collection
Vincent Longo’s Flower Trio Eyeshadows are carefully selected combinations of unique colors that make color-matching a breeze. Vincent’s formula smoothes on easily, so you get mistake-proof application, and wears all day for a fabulous, lasting look. Inspired by Mediterranean wildflowers on La Riviera Dei Fiore in Italy, the alluring vibrancy in these artistic, feminine ensembles will bring your eyes to life!
These must-have, delicate flowers will help you create truly irresistible eyes. They are sleek, easy to use, and travel friendly, so don’t leave home without your flower power!
World’s Most Expensive Body Cream?
This Month, Kanebo is launching what it believes to be the most expensive body cream on the market.
At $400 for 6.7 oz, indeed Sensai Premier Body Cream outpaces at least one of the category’s most prestigious competitors, La Mer, which sells its body cream for $195, a bargain — comparatively speaking — for a 10.3-oz jar.
But will consumers think the product is worthy of such a price tag?
“We are pretty confident that the body cream will be just the right fit and we are quite confident the consumer will respond to it,” said Juliano Gomis, national training director, Kanebo Cosmetics USA. Sensai Premier.
What do you think? Will you be plunking down 400 bucks to snag a bottle of the cream?
Patyka’s US Launch
Eco-friendly French skin care firm Patyka is opening its first store in the U.S. next month, a 450-square-foot outpost that will be located in Manhattan’s West Village.
“The idea is to combine organic and luxury,” Andrew Corrie, president of New York-based Patyka USA, said of the Ecocert-certified brand’s positioning.
In addition to showcasing the brand’s 50-plus face care products; body oils, creams and washes, and fragrances (priced from $32 to $59), the new space, at 33 Carmine Street, will have a room for facial treatments and a cosmetics consultation area.
All you NYC readers have to let me know all about it once it opens its doors!
Have a great weekend!