Category: Armani

On Skin, Self-Care and a Really Bad Day

I’m not going to call this a ‘no makeup makeup’ because you can see that I’m actually wearing some. But this look came as the result of a series of unfortunate events that I hopefully righted by the end of the day. Mercury is supposed to be OUT of retrograde

Armani Maestro Glow #7

I’ve been road testing Maestro Glow in #7 and although it swatches beautifully, it does still apply with a grayish cast out the gate. Here’s the thing: in about 5 minutes it self-adjusts and smooths out your skin and actually becomes the color of your skin. I attribute this to

The Part-Time Genius of Armani Beaute

Armani Beaute is one of those brands that you never check for, and then you stumble upon something of theirs and go nuts and buy all the things. Then you forget about it again for a couple of years, then stumble upon something else… and so it goes. If ever

A Funny Thing Happened…

…while celebrating a Birthday. Hubby completed another year over the weekend, and wanted to celebrate by seeing his favorite comic over-thinker and taking a trip to Frank & Sons (ya’ll don’t know nothin’ ’bout that) for a mini shopping spree. So we headed out to the Comedy Club to see

Lip Service: Armani Rouge Ecstasy

The new Armani Rouge Ecstasy Lipsticks claims to be a ‘CC Cream’ for the lips. If CC stands for Color & Correct in foundation/skincare, then it means Color & Care in lipspeak. There are a billion (read: 37) shades to choose from, so there is literally something for everyone. I

FOTD: Purple’d Pink

Back to the Armani Eyes To Kill Silk Eyeshadows. This time I used Rose Popilla. FACE Marc Jacobs Genius Gel Supercharged Foundation (Cocoa Light) By Terry Touche Veloutee in Cream Chantecaille Loose Powder (Shadow) Dior Blush in Pink Flush EYES Armani Eyes To Kill Silk Eyeshadow in Rose Popilla (lids)

Autumn 2013: Armani Eyes To Kill Silk Eyeshadows

The final two Eyes to Kill Silk Eyeshadows (Autumn 2013) finally made their way to me (Thank you Emma!), from Las Vegas. We didn’t have them locally, so I had to hunt them down out of state. Gold Hercule (32) and Blue Beetle (34) Gold Hercule is a greenish gold

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