Friday, April 08, 2011

Weekly Roundup April 8th

This week was all about Chanel. They finally released the new Rouge Coco Shine lipsticks in the USA, and many of us have succumbed to the allure of these pretty little things and the impressive online campaign. I'll discuss it more next week in the actual reviews (I got the darkest colors of the range), so I'll just say I'm very impressed with the thought that went into the marketing effort. We don't see that often enough.

But there was more going on in our beauty world, and here's the best of the best:

Amy from Cafe Makeup brings us the new Dior Aurora Powder bronzers.
Kelly from Gouldylox Reviews gives us the Bare Escentuals Naturally Luminous Kit.
Kari at Fab Over Forty reviews a new book "Makeup for Ageless Beauty".
Charlestongirl at Best Things in Beauty has Guerlain Rouge Automatique review.
Sabrina from The Beauty Look Book shares the Neiman Marcus exclusive shades of the new Chanel Rouge Coco Shine.
Jane from Daly Beauty  loves  Shiseido and RoC skin care.
Debbi at DivaDebbi tested the newest product by Rita Hazan.
Anne from Beauty Xposé is showing us Estee Lauder's newest Pure Color formulas for lips and nails.
Carla from Product Girl tests and swatches the new Rescue Beauty Lounge colors.

Even more goodies:
Abigail from I Smell Therefore I Am loves To Dream by Sonoma Scent Studio.
Victoria of Bois de Jasmin discusses favorite discontinued perfumes.
Technically from last week but still so very worthy, Elena from Perfume Shrine reviews my newest love, Zeta by Andy Tauer. Stay tuned for my own review and giveaway next week.

Have a fun weekend, stay safe and wear something gorgeous!


1 comment:

  1. I can't wait to see your post on the Rouge Coco Shines! I got Monte Carlo and Elise and love them both. I hope you got Bonheur because that's next on my list and would love to see a swatch!


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