I have always wanted to move to my own domain but felt loyal to Onsugar.com since this is the first platform that sheshopsmakeup was launched. I loved the community here on onsugar but the many glitches of the blogging platform and multiple inefficiencies have drove me up the wall several times.
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I know, I know, magnetic nails are kind of passé. It was all the rage back in 2011 and 2012, with brands like Nails Inc, China Glaze, and even Sally Hansen releasing variations of magnetic polishes. However, rumor has it that Dior will be launching magnetic nails later this year, so you might see magnetic nails making a comeback. It must have been over a year since I bought these Nail Inc Magnetic polishes. I got 2 out of the 3 colors that were sold at Watsons. They were going for $24.90 each. You can also get Nails Inc now at Sephora.
Read more here..
I know I know.. an overdose of Chanel Les Beiges. I thought it would be easier to show you the application of the powder since it's a little difficult to capture the effect on camera.
PS: The video is slightly off focus... My bad!!
ENJOY! And please subscribe to my channel if you haven't already :)
Detailed review of the Chanel Les Beiges Healthy Sheer Glow Powder HERE, HERE, HERE
Detailed review of the Chanel Retractable Kabuki Brush HERE, HERE, HERE
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Similar to the Chanel Les Beiges Healthy Sheer Glow Powder, the retractable kabuki brush also has a hint of beige on it's classic black packaging.
The kabuki brush is incredibly soft to the touch and delightful on application. The bristles are so soft they are almost unreal. I own quite a number of Hakuhodo brushes which are some of the softest in the market but Chanel has totally redefined the definition of SOFT.
It is almost impossible to describe how beautiful this brush is except that it's one of those "Once you touch, you cannot stop touching" type brushes.
Features of the brush:
- The round dome shaped edge of the brush makes application a breeze as it follows the contours of the face.
- The brush is incredibly dense, which requires little effort to pick up a good amount of product and deposit it onto the face.
- Because the bristles are so soft, buffing powder onto the face becomes a luxurious moment in the mornings.
- It's retractable function allows this brush to maintain it's pocket size, which is ideal for traveling.
- I absolutely love this brush and have been pairing it with my Chanel Les Beiges Healthy Sheer Glow Powder as well as my Cle De Peau Powder foundation.
- I love how it allows powder to be evenly buffed all over the face without any scratchy feeling.
- The only downside is that it is retractable which makes washing slightly more inconvenient because you have to ensure water doesn't get into the retractable portion of the brush.
- Highly recommend you check this out. Just lightly run your fingers over it.. ;)
Full review of the Chanel Les Beiges Healthy Sheer Glow Powder here along with how I apply using this brush.
Hope this review was helpful for you :)