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Does it seem like winter is dragging on this year? Maybe there’s a glimmer of spring not only outside, but inside with beauty. See what our women of beauty are sharing this week.
Carla at Product Girl
has the scoop on Butter London’s spring collection, straight from Nonie Creme herself, the brand’s creative director. Find out the inspiration behind the painterly-inspired palette, and her final nod to “greige” nails.
Did you see the red carpet from the Grammy Awards last Sunday? Kari from Fab Over Forty
has the details on the fabulous over 40 Nicole Kidman and her beauty look by Carol Shaw and LORAC cosmetics.
Charlestongirl from Best Things In Beauty
is smitten with Clé de Peau’s La Beauté Éblouissante Collection for Spring 2011, with pastel looks for the eyes and brilliant, shiny lips, the collection is right up her alley.
Kelly at Gouldylox Reviews
this week reviewed a few pieces of the skincare line By Nieves. This line was given the accolades of Best Local Skincare Line by the SF Weekly. Be sure to read the reviews and see her glowing results.
Chantecaille’s latest palette, Sea Turtle Palette is a beauty shared with us in visual exquisiteness by Amy from Café Makeup
with her beautiful photos. Even though this arrived damaged, the palette is a keeper!
Gaia from The Non-Blonde
has begun to use the Citron scented products from Crabtree & Evelyn. They were a favorite years ago, so see if this new version is the same or could it be even better?
Tired of paying department store prices for your makeup, yet not being able to find quality drugstore brands? Chelsea from BeautyXposé
shares her experience with the new Maybelline Fit Me line.
Brushes are an important piece to the beauty puzzle. How they work can change a look completely. Sabrina from The Beauty Look Book shares with us her must-have eye brushes. Do you own any?
Debbi of DivaDebbi was on a hunt to find a replacement of her longtime favorite blush. Read about her dilemma and what she ended up finding at Sephora during her hunt.
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