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CHANEL’s recent Haute Couture show was nothing short of stunningly ethereal and truly seemed to symbolize the very essence of Spring. Held in Paris’ Grand Palais, the venue had been transformed into replicas of 17th century-style ponds and groves, complete with verdant greenery & splashing fountains, while the guests were seated on benches surrounding the gravel runways — the better to view the brilliant creations, obviously. Not to be outdone, the beauty look was fresh yet modern … and so totally wearable, although I’m now seriously considering adding a tulle headpiece to my repertoire.

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The Grand Palais

Created to compliment and enhance the exquisitely crafted masterpieces seen on the runway, the makeup was kept deceptively simple around the eyes with just a few rosy hints seen on the lid to draw the light in, while cheeks were given that high flush of colour one usually receives after a brisk walk in the fresh air. The crowning touch was the vivid poppy red glossy lip that added a touch of sensuality and fierceness to the look — and kept it from appearing overly dainty. Personally, I can’t help but notice that this is one of the few Haute Couture looks I’ve seen that is not only effortlessly lovely, but so relatable for the rest of us non super-models — which translates as easy to recreate and thus, wear. Merci!

The beauty breakdown:

Skin: prepped with Hydra Beauty Micro Gel Yeux, Hydra Beauty Micro Gel Serum, and La Solution 10 de CHANEL

Face: Les Beiges Gel Touch Healthy Glow, Palette Essentielle, Le Correcteur de CHANEL

Eyes & Brows: Ombre Première Rose Synthétique, Les 4 Ombres Éclat Enigmatique∗ (not yet available), Dimensions de CHANEL 10 Noir, Stylo Sourcils Waterproof

Cheeks: Joues Contraste Foschia Rosa

Lips: Rouge Allure Incantevole, Rouge Coco Gloss Poppea

Nails: La Base, Le Vernis Nuvola Rosa, Le Gel Coat, La Crème Main

Backstage photos — CHANEL

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To celebrate the Lunar New Year 2018 — the Year of the Dog — Givenchy has created exquisite limited edition packaging for two of their iconic products, Prisme Libre in Mousseline Pastel and Le Rouge lipstick in Rouge Égérie. There’s just something about a red lip that is at once fierce yet siren-sexy, and while my comfort zone lies with nudes, I will definitely make an exception for this little jewel.

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305 Rouge Égérie Le Rouge (CAN $45.00) | Housed in an outer cap of red genuine leather adorned with a golden floral motif, this is a coral red hue in a formula that’s part velvet & part butter; seriously though, the texture is über-creamy yet not so slippery that it will move around overly much, with excellent colour saturation seen from the very first swipe. Warm leaning, this shade will mostly likely work on everyone — regardless of your underlying skin tone, with amazing staying power that will easily last 7+ hours (some wear will result with eating and/or drinking). The best part is how hydrated lips feel throughout the wearing, as well as once all traces of colour have faded.

PRO TIP: apply one light coat then smooth it out with a fingertip to keep the colour from feathering and staying true longer, followed by another coat if desired.

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Let me start with a head’s up: you better get your wallet ready, because this Spring NARS will be coming at you hard with so many gorgeous new products (I so wish I could say more on that … you’ll have to just take my word on it!), that you really won’t be able — or even want — to resist. Case in point: the Danger Control Eyeshadow Palette and Rêve Salé Cheek Palette. Glowy & ethereal, these shades were made for diving into Spring.

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Danger Control Eyeshadow Palette, limited edition (CAN $62.00) | Housed in a matte metallic pink compact case with shiny pink NARS lettering, this palette features 6 ‘intense and holographic glitter’ shades that can be applied either dry for a sheer watercolour-like effect, or with a dampened brush/layered for multidimensional colour payoff. Developed with a botanical infusion of Pomegranate Seed Oil, Vitamin E, and Gingko Biloba Extract, the formula also serves to smooth the skin. Definitely not your average pastels, these shimmery hues also blend effortless (as with all NARS eyeshadows) and when worn over primer, last true without fading or creasing throughout the wearing. Another perk is that with the exception of Elektra and Tonic, the other four shades also work beautifully in a highlighter capacity — the effect is prismatic and totally original.

Sephora Exclusive

  • Rave – shimmering white silver
  • Elektra – shimmering golden pink
  • Aeryn Sun – shimmering pale pink
  • Bionic – iridescent yellow
  • Haedus – iridescent lavender
  • Tonic – shimmering lilac

Rêve Salé Cheek Palette, limited edition (CAN $62.00) | Part of the Easy Glowing Collection (Coucher de Soleil not shown) this palette comes housed in a matte rose-gold metallic compact case and features 3 illuminating cheek hues. The exclusive ‘water-activated’ formula is made with an innovative powder that blends seamlessly with the skin’s warmth to help create that natural sun-kissed glow we all crave (and so desperately need after this asshat Winter we’ve had). Whether worn individually or layered up for a multidimensional sheen, there is minimal kickback seen when swirling a brush across the powder’s surface, and displays excellent staying power when applied over foundation/primer.

Nordstrom Exclusive

  • I – warm gold with a pearl finish
  • II – soft pink shimmer
  • III – metallic rose gold

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When Angel by Mugler originally launched in 1992, it was all I wore and to this day whenever I’m feeling nostalgic and spray some on, I still get a ton of compliments on its vanilla/chocolatey yumminess. And while there have been several other hits from this brand, none have struck a chord with me … until Aura, that is.

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A few weeks ago I was invited to the launch of this collection and while I had a vague idea of what this fragrance was about (which translates to: I knew that the colour green played a key role), I was unprepared for the gorgeous reality. But first, can we take a moment and admire the bottle? Actually, let’s admire all the bottles because no detail in this collection has been overlooked — and that includes the body care products.

Created by Daphne Bugey, Amandine Clerc-Marie, Christophe Raynaud, and Marie Salamagne, these four perfumers were charged with bringing to life Thierry Mugler’s vision of feminine primal instinct, a “mysterious vital energy, a wild and secret force”. Instinct is at humanity’s very core and beats to the pulse of every individual’s heart … and now it’s been captured in fragrance form within Aura. As cheesy as that may sound, it actually totally resonates with me as true.

The bottle is a small work of art in itself; crafted from emerald green glass and faceted in such a way that the light reflecting off its many surfaces giving it an almost ‘living’ presence, there is no cap to get in the way (as with all other Mugler fragrances) and the bottle’s shoulders come banded by a stylized metal ‘M’. Personally, I can’t stop thinking of Wonder Woman when I look at this bottle, and how at times this ‘M’ can appear as either her tiara or even the curves of her breastplate. Bet you can’t NOT see that either now, am I right? Another bonus feature of the faceted cuts on the bottle means that it fits ergonomically into one’s hand, and not slippery to hold. Available in three sizes (30 ml, 50 ml & 90 ml), all are refillable as well.


Aura Eau de Parfum (CAN $85.00/30 ml) | It’s quite difficult to put a label on what exactly Aura is; said to be both animalistic and herbal, you could say it falls in the woody aromatic group — but like everything on planet Mugler, things always take unexpected turns. It definitely starts off way differently than anything you’ve ever experienced; the first spritz yields a minty, almost medicinal tone and if I’m honest, it’s one which could have easily turned me off had the fragrance remained that way, but literally within minutes, it began unfurling into something weirdly wonderful and I could not stop sniffing my wrist as the scent twisted and morphed into a whole other animal.

Once that initial minty-ness fades, the opening becomes green & leafy — picture a mysterious sun-dappled jungle, where light and dark plays against the lush earthiness of the ground. This is made possible by an never-before-used ingredient called Tiger Liana with its ‘rich, sharp, smoky,  sugar-almond tone’ and which also happens to be a Chinese medicinal plant that fittingly, is used to treat heart diseases. Following this intriguing opening is a crisp herbaceous-fruity combination, composed of Rhubarb Leaf with its tangy sparkle, along with Orange Blossom in all its pure daintiness — although what makes it different is a new co-distillation process that ‘reveals its ravishing native freshness and gentleness’. But this heart has another beat, one that is sultry and calls to mind warm skin — made possible with the inclusion of Bourbon Vanilla’s black flower pod and Wolfwood, an exclusive scent that is smoky & woody with resinous accents, yet soft & silky like a coat of dense fur.

Aura Eau de Parfum (CAN $150.00/90 ml)

Aura’s body care products come housed in deep forest green obelisk-like bottles with a convenient flip-top on one end — and are in fact much too pretty to be hidden away in some corner of your shower. For anyone unsure of investing in a bottle of the Eau de Parfum, I find that picking up either one of these is an excellent way to “dip your toes” (or any other part of your body, for that matter) with either the Shower Milk or the Body Lotion.

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Pink, which happens to also be the House of Dior’s iconic signature shade, was seen all over the Spring/Summer 2018 runway shows, and now stars in the brand’s latest Glow Addict Collection. The “woven” pattern on the palettes draws inspiration from Maria  Gazia Chiuri’s first collection, calling to mind her exquisite tulle detailing — and almost makes you want to cry at the thought of marring these gorgeous surfaces, wouldn’t you agree? But there’s a catch: the dreaded limited edition …

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Say what you will, but few luxury brands can outdo Dior as far as detailing is concerned. Take for example the intricate pattern on the surfaces seen here and how realistically the tulle design has been rendered — not to mention the beautifully worked ‘threaded’ logo on the centre shade. Le swoon …

667 Flirt Glow Addict 5 Couleurs (CAN $73.00) | The more muted of the two palettes, you could say that this is a more neutral take on the rosy theme. All shades display excellent pigmentation with hardly any fall down (that said, I always tap any excess off my brush first just the same), and blend with ease. Staying time over primer is great as well, with the colours lasting true until removed.

887 Thrill Glow Addict 5 Couleurs (CAN $73.00) | Kicking things up a notch, this palette is definitely the more eye-catching of the two — in particular that electric pink middle shade. With a mix of shimmers, metallics, and one satiny matte (the deepest hue), the pigmentation of all 5 is amazing, with each shade showing effortless blendability as well. Once again, staying power over primer is spot-on, without showing any signs of fading or creasing until removed.

I absolutely adore highlighters and while I occasionally foray into something über-blinding, my tastes usually run towards the less blingy variety. That said, I have found that Dior has been really nailing it with their range of Nude Air Luminizers, creating a product that is incredibly fine-milled and with just the right amount of glow to enhance the skin, as opposed to overwhelming it. These latest additions in the Glow Addict range take that concept and tweak it with touches of subtle iridescence … and are just so, so gorgeous.

001 Pink Holo Glow Addict Luminizer (CAN $75.00) | A soft baby pink hue with soft prismatic hints, which will work on both cool & warm skin tones. Totally wearable as a highlighter for the inner eye corner & under the brow bone, this shade also works towards brightening the complexion as well. Staying power (over foundation/primer) is excellent, with the radiance seeming to almost meld with the skin in a ‘natural’ way — giving off that lit-from-within type of glow.

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With Spring around the corner (can’t come soon enough, I tell you), thoughts of shedding skin’s Winter dullness becomes a priority. and in order to reach that goal Guerlain has you covered with the launch of 3 new products in the Météorites range. In other words think: glow, radiance, luminosity … regeneration.

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Météorites CC Glow Colour Correcting Highlighter (CAN $50.00/each) | Based on the principle of ‘colorimetry’ where 2 complimentary colours cancel each other out when they are layered, these correctors are housed in a clickable pen format with an attached brush applicator, and come in 3 shades to target specific concerns (see below). Made with Myrrh Resin Extract (to help restore radiance/tone tired looking skin), the formula also includes anti-wrinkle peptides which energize cell communication for a repairing effect, while Centella Asiatica imparts a soothing action and Hibiscus Fruit Extract acts on two levels for a hydrating and slight plumping effect. The texture is buttery smooth and blends out easily, while subtle light-diffusing properties (but no glow, thankfully) further helps in detracting the eye from any issues. A little goes a long way, so try not to get too click-happy.

  • 01 Apricot | offsets blue circles, helps to erase shadows & minor dark spots
  • 02 Green | helps to neutralize redness
  • 03 Pink | brightens & refreshes complexion dullness

Météorites Heart Shape Face Powder (CAN $70.00) | Housed in a travel-friendly compact bearing a limited edition heart print on the cover (so adorable, am I right?), this trio of powders aim to provide your skin with that magical je-ne-sais-quoi that Guerlain has absolutely mastered. Inspired by the Korean art of the face-sculpting V-technique, my opinion is that your best bet of how to effectively use this product is by swirling the shades together, although that also depends on personal preference as well as how much — or little — you wish to pick up of each individual shade with your brush. Note that the powder is fragranced with the brand’s iconic violet scent, although that dissipates quickly after application. The hardest part is not only in photographing this product (see swatch below for reference), but in trying to actually describe it; basically, it lays down along the skin in an invisible way, but which somehow manages to nevertheless impart an almost filtered effect that will have people asking if you’ve had anything “done”. Seriously, do yourself a favour and go try it at counter, then go check out your skin in natural light — you’ll see what I mean.

KissKiss LoveLove Lipstick (CAN $45.00/each) | I dare you to find a beauty product that’s more Valentine-y that these lipsticks … go on; I’ll wait (lol). There are two obvious features that makes these lovelies stand out: their special edition opaline cases and the drop-dead cuteness of the heart shaped bullet stamped with KissKiss LoveLove along the sides. Bearing a subtle vanilla-violet &..

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CHANEL’s Dernières Neiges Collection is filled with an ethereal watercolour beauty as well as the promise of Spring … and about as lovely as a collection can get. Rose tones which add such a brightening effect, play a starring role along with texture and formula variations — but the real story is in how beautifully everything works, whether you opt for just one piece or the entire lot (although something tells me you’ll want it all).

Previously reviewed from this collection:

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302 Première Éclosion Les 4 Ombres (CAN $68.00) | The four shade of this compact lean on the subtle side intensity-wise, but are all surprisingly well-pigmented just the same. All bear finely-milled shimmer of varying degrees and blend effortlessly with minimal fall down. Applying the lighter hues over primer will help them pop even more, although as the intention is to be more watercolour-like, I’d stick with using the darkest shade at the outer corner of the eye if more intensity is needed, thereby allowing the lighter colours to enhance — rather than compete — with your eyes.

I literally opened up all my CHANEL quads (of which there are something like a bajillion) to find a duplicate, but the only one that came somewhat close is Délicatesse Ombre Fleuries (2013, no longer available) — although it’s obvious that while the harmony might initially appear similar, it leans much cooler and with a more shimmery texture to the shades.

54 Nuage Bleu Ombre Première (CAN $40.00) | One of two shades available (the other is Blooming Rose, not shown), I did not expect this icy baby blue to apply as pigmented as it did — but the depth shown is quite welcome, indeed. Layered up over primer, it will serve to brighten eyes as well as give off a retro 70’s vibe, but you can also use a fan brush to apply this shade as a highlighter along upper cheekbones, inner eye corner, or under the brow bone. It actually gives off a really unique effect in this manner — just make sure to use a light hand & blend well.

130 Tweed Evanescent Les Tissages de CHANEL, limited edition (CAN $50.00) | Created to mimic CHANEL’s iconic tweed fabric, this vivid coral/rose shade has a delicate golden overspray that wipes off from the first swipe, to reveal the colour in all its glory underneath. The pigmentation is quite strong, so I suggest going in with a light hand and tapping any excess off your brush first — you can always add more, if needed. The texture is quite extraordinary as well: ultra finely milled and providing skin a stunning glow, one that looks like a healthy complexion and not as though it’s simply sitting on top. Staying power is impressive as well, staying true without fading or oxidizing until removed.

Looking through my other CHANEL Tweed blushes, I pulled out the three that I wanted to compare Tweed Evanescent to, and while Tweed Coralline is the only one that came close, it lacks that extra bit of rose in the base.

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Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Louboutin Beauté is adding to their lineup with the introduction of Rouge Louboutin Lash Amplifying Lacquer in the brand’s signature red hue, along with Loubibelle Lip Beauty Oil, a new hybrid balm/gloss product in the same iconic red tint — but a billion times easier to wear and super comfy at that.

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Loubibelle Lip Beauty Oil (CAN $90.00) | As with everything made by Christian Louboutin, the focus is not only on the product but the packaging as well. Housed in a crystal clear tube with a mermaid pattern and black-to-red ombré effect, the cap bears an ornate Art Deco-inspired motif and comes with a soft-flocked spade shaped applicator attached. The jojoba-based formula provides continual moisture and hydration to lips, while the signature Louboutin red colour is toned down by way of a formula that feels like the world’s most luxurious balm. With a fragrance that’s a cross between rose & classic lipstick, the texture is buttery and not oily as the name might imply; more along the lines of slippery but with staying power, if that makes sense. The best part is that this shade is pretty much goof-proof to apply and does an excellent job of keeping lips feeling nourished throughout the wearing and even after the gloss has faded, all while giving a subtle pop of colour. Can also be layered over lipstick for extra depth and a super-slick shine.

Rouge Louboutin Lash Amplifying Lacquer (CAN $90.0) | Housed in a hefty brass tube with a ribbed base and stylized Art Deco-inspired cap, the brush leans on the large side, albeit still very easy to manipulate (those with smaller or close set eyes might find it a touch tricky, but most likely still manageable), comprised of both vertical and horizontal bristles with tiny bristles at the tip that do an amazing job of reaching smaller/finer lashes. The formula is UNBELIEVABLE and apapplies effortlessly, providing volume, length and curl-staying power without ever showing any signs of wear & tear, along with lasting true until removed — a task that’s easily accomplished with a dual-phase remover. Now you’re probably thinking that red is not exactly an easy mascara shade to wear, am I right? But even with a hue as vivid as this, it can still be made to work with ease. In the swatch below, I’m wearing it full-ON to showcase the colour — a true Louboutin red and not some watered down version, and which really makes my green eyes stand out. But it can also be layered along the tips over black, creating more of an ombré effect, or worn solo along the bottom lash line for a unique look. Any way you choose to wear this, I can guarantee that you’ll be receiving plenty of positive comments.

As a self-professed mascara aficionado, I have tried more options than I can possibly list and have developed some non-negotiable criteria: I want volume, length, a product that won’t smear, flake, or otherwise disappear, and that is easy to remove. As my lashes have (and keep) a pretty decent natural curl, that’s not something I necessarily look for in my mascara — but always nice to have just the same. I’m even not shy of any clumping, as I find it can give sparse lashes or even those with gaps in their lash line, an extra bit of boost. That said, my tube of this brand’s black version became my Holy Grail mascara since I first tried it out and I had high hopes for this red one — which I’m happy to say totally does not disappoint and is a welcome addition to my “mascara wardrobe”.

Make no mistake about it; these are luxury beauty items and come with a luxury price point — but that’s not surprising, considering it’s Louboutin. But are they worth it? If packaging that resembles works of art and incredible formulas are your thing, then the short answer is: YES. As well, sporting a red lip can be a major commitment, so extra points scored to the Loubibelle for being a totally wearable red AND providing hydrating comfort to lips. As to the mascara, I am a huge fan of red lashes and this is the ultimate statement maker for eyes. And remember: if your significant other is looking to get you that perfect Valentine’s Day gift (or gifts), you might want to drop some hints …

Available February 7th

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Judging from the multitude of blue boxes in the above photo (of which there may actually be even more around here), it’s safe to say that I am a Tiffany & Co. fan, so I was naturally intrigued to learn if this bespoke fragrance would live up to my expectations … as well as this storied brand’s 180-year history. Basically, this scent is exactly what I imagined a luxury jewelry retailer would smell like, and I mean that in the very best possible way.

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Striving to capture the essence that is Tiffany in fragrance form, could easily have turned into a Herculean task but somehow world-renown master perfumer Daniela Andrier of Givaudan has managed to do exactly that, creating a scent that is crisp, clean, deceptively sensual, but still so utterly refined — and perfectly representative of the brand itself.

Needless to say, fragrance is a very personal thing and what works for one person may be an absolute fail on another … this review is based on my tastes, preferences and above all, my personal opinion — use this as a guide if you will, but I do encourage you to always try for yourself.

Tiffany & Co. Eau de Parfum (CAN $120.00/1.7 fl.oz, 50 ml) | Presented in a signature Tiffany Blue® box (naturally), the glass flacon draws its inspiration from the brand’s most iconic diamond cuts: the elaborate faceting work at the base recalls the 128.54-carat Tiffany diamond — which originally weighed in at a whopping 287.42-carats, but which was subsequently cut into this ‘smaller’ cushion shape, and which happens to be one of the world’s most rarest yellow diamonds — while the shoulders of the bottle mimic the brand’s Lucida®-cut diamond engagement ring. A band of instantly-recognizable Tiffany Blue® circles the base of the cap which also bears a hidden feature underneath: a metal plaque engraved with the Tiffany & Co. mark. The precious liquid inside the bottle adds to the connection with its subtle blue tint, totally in line with the theme.

Created to evoke the scent of diamonds, bare skin, and a sense of timeless elegance, this sparkling floral musk fragrance manages to be in turn eminently sophisticated yet modern & even slightly whimsical. From the brand:

“The scent opens with vibrant top notes of vert de mandarine. At the heart, a precious iris flower is the hero ingredient. Tiffany’s association with the iris dates back to the earliest sketches found in the Tiffany Archives and is deeply entwined in the DNA of the house. It was an iris brooch set with demantoid garnet blossoms and Montana sapphires that earned Tiffany the grand prize at the Paris Exposition in 1900. Harvested in France during the months of July and August, the iris butter is obtained through a unique hydrodistillation extraction, exclusive to the Tiffany fragrance, ensuring a pure, bright, sensual and long-lasting richness to the final note. This signature ingredient adds strength, femininity and grounds the composition with refinement and sophistication. Patchouli base notes wrapped in a blend of soothing musks is sensual on the skin”

As someone who is highly (as in extremely) scent-sensitive, I always approach a new fragrance with caution but the Tiffany lover in me didn’t hesitate here; thankfully, my instincts proved me right. I like to imagine that this is what Audrey Hepburn would have worn when she filmed Breakfast at Tiffany’s, but Hollywood nostalgia aside, this perfume is absolutely delicious — if not a little hard to pin down. Neither overly sweet nor obnoxiously clingy, the scent makes me think of clean bare skin, lazy Sunday mornings in bed, high tea at The Ritz, a sun-drenched field, and sunbeams in a library — in other words, it’s elegant and softly spoken, yet totally unforgettable. At least, for me …

Available at The Bay, Nordstrom & Tiffany boutiques

Kindly provided by Tiffany & Co. for my unbiased consideration

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