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Oooh La La: Chanel Beauty Review

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What a dream come true to work with Chanel! I had a pinch-me moment while opening my package full of makeup goodies. Obviously, I am a huge fan of Chanel not only because of their innovative runway designs, but also their impeccable makeup! From Haute Couture, to the it-bag, to gorgeous perfumes and iconic bottles – is there anything Chanel can’t do? I have used a few Chanel Beauty products before, but I’m excited to try out their mascara products and eye shadow palette for the first time. Below you will see the products outlined in a flatlay setting, and also what they look like applied on yours truly! I have also wrote a brief description of each product so you get an idea of the wear, feel and formula.

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How Fenty Beauty Has Challenged And Changed The Makeup Industry

I am SO excited about the launch of Rihanna’s beauty line, Fenty Beauty. After seeing 40 beauty gurus try Rihanna’s 40 shades, your mind will be blown by how diverse her products really are.

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Winter Beauty Favorites

Each and every season calls for different beauty products. Just like summer has sunscreen and heat protection, winter has an beauty entire routine of its own. With the cold and harsh winter chill, your hair and skin need products that they can rely on. From darker shades of makeup, to strengthening your skin and hair through …

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Halloween Skull Makeup

It’s close to midnight and something evil’s lurking in the dark… Under the moonlight you see a sight that almost stops your heart.. Is it really Halloween if you don’t sing some Thriller lyrics at least once? That was a rhetorical question, haha! Nonetheless, it is the season of spooks and sprites! Halloween is one of …

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Feeling Fresh with Clinique

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There is nothing as refreshing as the cold air of the mountains. During my trip to Utah I snowboarded at some of the biggest resorts in the country – sometimes at an elevation of 11,000 feet above sea level. At higher altitudes your skin’s moisture evaporates faster and your face becomes easily irritated. When you are …

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