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Beauty over Forty

Keeping up appearances when age is just a number

Memory Lane: Makeup in the 1990’s with Clinique’s Black Honey

Today I saw something that really surprised me, it was a preview I believe for a Sephora Play box and in it was Clinique’s Almost Lipstick in Black Honey. I was of the opinion this had been completely discontinued, as... Continue Reading →

Sunday Riley Luna Sleeping Night Oil worth 105 Bucks?

Sunday Riley’s Luna Sleeping Night Oil is incredibly popular and has enjoyed a great deal of hype on YouTube. Retailing at 105 USD per ounce, it is a pricier skincare item. Influencers I hold in high regard support this product,... Continue Reading →

This Eyeshadow has been on for 13 Hours

Happy weekend everyone! The eyeshadow above is from my Natasha Denona Palette that I got in my Beautylish Lucky Bag. I put it on at 8am and as I am typing it is now 9pm. I applied in over Mac... Continue Reading →

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This Website Finds Your Perfect Foundation Shade in Every Brand - http://stylecaster.com/beauty/how-to-find-perfect-foundation-online/

Great News for Beauty Lovers in Germany!

Well knock me over with a feather, the days has come that I never thought would happen. Physicians Formula has come to Germany. I would like to think that this is due to me harassing them on twitter, but I... Continue Reading →

My Beautylish Lucky Bag arrived!

I got it! Only 2 days after my fellow beauty junkies in the US! My Beautylish Overseas Edition Lucky Bag arrived! This is sooo exciting! I was expecting shipping to Germany to take far longer and considering that it entered... Continue Reading →

Testing Tarte Tape Shape for “experienced” eyes

Taraaa! I got it, the most hyped concealer of 2016! Yeah, no mean feat considering it only released directly by Tarte and in Ulta (which does not ship to me) and has spent a good part of its product life... Continue Reading →

Squalane – hip new skincare

Squalane is becoming increasingly popular in skincare. It is the hydrogenated version of squalene meaning that it is stable and does not oxidise. Most squalane used in cosmetics these days is sourced from vegetable matter, usually olives who naturally contain... Continue Reading →

Using electricity and ions against wrinkles

I tested Wrinkle MD which uses electricity that is ionic pulses to push hyaluronic acid & peptides into the skin. The manufacturers boast that 95%of women in clinical tests experienced:"• Significant reduction in wrinkle appearance in 2—4 weeks depending upon... Continue Reading →

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