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Urban Decay · Game of Thrones Collection

When Urban Decay first announced their collaboration with HBO’s Game of Thrones, my heart almost stopped: a beauty collection from one of my fave brands + my ULTIMATE FAVOURITE TV SERIES OF ALL TIME (yes, that deserved to be said in caps) = worlds colliding and in the best possible way. As a seriously massive fan of the show (I’ve even read all the books), I was beyond thrilled and when the collection finally arrived, and that feeling has grown exponentially upon playing with all the pieces. The game is most definitely ON.

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New from Stila for Spring 2019

I was recently invited to preview Stila’s Spring 2019 releases, where I also had the opportunity to personally try out the products. After being pleasantly surprised by what I saw and tested out, I was left asking myself how it was that I hadn’t explored this brand in closer detail? Let’s just say that Stila is most definitely on my radar now.

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Guerlain · Morning Love Collection Spring/Summer 2019

As this year’s Winter has been ridiculously harsh, receiving a selection of goodies from Guerlain’s Morning Love Collection for Spring/Summer 2019, is a welcome sight indeed — ushering the first signs of warmth in beauty form. Now if only the weather would actually start heating up …

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Louboutin · Tape À L’Oeil Eye Colour

Starting off 2019 with some beauty luxury, and in my opinion, few brands can touch Louboutin when it comes to opulence, wouldn’t you agree? For Christian Louboutin, eyes have always been the most expressive part of the face, which is why he created Tape À L’Oeil (a French expression meaning “eye-catching“). The actual product aside, I’d probably want these for the packaging alone: definitely eye-catching and display-worthy to the max.

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Clé de Peau · Féeries d’Hiver Holliday 2018 Collection

 

Inspired by the tale of Alice in Wonderland, luxury Japanese beauty brand Clé de Peau has created the Féeries d’Hiver Collection (“Winter Fairies”) for Holiday 2018. Featuring illustrations by Italian surrealist artist Daria Petrilli, the pieces are a whimsical take on a traditional theme, and what’s more surprising, is that everything is utterly wearable.

 

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