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There's a new monthly magazine coming out soon I'm attaching the link, apparently if you would like to be featured in it you just have to register and add your profile... and a Bio.... Just Thought…Continue
Attention Men & Women...Did You Know That: Scheduling your facial regularly is just as important as getting your car tuned & hair colored. You need professional skin care maintenance. Your…Continue
Working in beauty has its pros (tons of product samples!) and cons (tons of product samples!). In an effort to restore order to my bathroom cabinets (…and kitchen…. and bedroom….), I’ve discovered a slew of multi-tasking products that not only save space but also make getting ready to go out quicker and easier. My favorites so far:
Patchouli, like coffee, is an acquired taste—and can run the gamut from gut-churning to swoon inducing. For years, I associated patchouli with the environs in which I first smelled it: head shops, reggae festivals, trustafarian dorm rooms. But over the years, a number of perfumers have schooled me on its beauty, most notably LVMH's Francois Demachy, who used a liberal amount of patchouli in the sweet and sultry Fan di Fendi, and Chanel's Christopher Sheldrake, who along with Chanel master perfumer Jacques Polge, dumped a ton of it into Chanel Coco Noir, the sexy juvenile deliquent cousin of Coco Mademoiselle. But good patchouli, I learned, doesn't have the sweet-BO aroma I encoutered during college visits to the Import House (which was, I kid you not, located on High Street).
Summer so far has been wet—and not in the sweaty, moist, sexy sense. Just rainy. Looking put together in a storm can be a challenge, until I spotted this oversized anorak at ICB, a great line whose creative director is Prabal Gurung. The chambray is coated and treated so it keeps you dry; there's a removable lining so you're never too hot or too cold; and it has a giant hood to keep the rain off your face and out of your hair. Genius!