Under The Dryer: A Bling'a'ling Christmas

Saturday, December 15, 2018

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Guess who'll be rushing to their nearest beauty bar this holiday? You! Guess which products you'll be trying to get your hands on? By the end of this review, your answers should be Fenty Beauty and Pat McGrath Labs.

Fenty Beauty by Rihanna, and Pat McGrath Labs by veteran make-up artist Pat McGrath have released their 2018 holiday collections.

Both ladies, born of the Caribbean, have taken over the global beauty industries and, as expected, the beauty houses have provided several stocking stuffer options for your favourite giftee/s. Under the Dryer makes a statement for more, more, and more bling!



Get ready to #CHILLOWT with Rihanna and Fenty Beauty this holiday season! The make-up empire has released the ultra-metallic looks that @badgalriri loves absolutely, of course! From warm and fiery chromes to polar pastels, the Fenty Beauty shades will keep you glo'd up!

They've been available since October 12 at fentybeauty.com, Sephora, Harvey Nichols, #SephorainJCP, and in stores “when they open”, simply magical!




La Grande Dame Has Spoken!

Make-up guru Pat McGrath has left her “children” in complete suspense this season — slow-releasing her 2018 Holiday Collection.

If you're like us, and somewhat like mother, you detest the cliché red at Christmas and will be more inclined to get the Nude Romantique, Starglaze, or, our personal fave, the Club Kiss. Mother's new collection include the Blitztrance and Mattetrance lipsticks, and the Mothership palette.




Chanel's December Gold

Chanel's Chief Creative Director Karl Lagerfeld delivered another impressive and, surprisingly, festive collection on December 4 at the Metropolitan Museum of Arts in New York City. The Métiers d'Art showcase featured embellishments that relied on the understated scarab blue and other gem tones pared down with gold! Gold sandals, spray-painted gold gams, and even gold eyeshadows that are just as understated as the streaks around the eye.


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