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Beauty News: Gerard Butler as the new face of BOSS BOTTLED

If you remember previously I’ve shared with you that HUGO BOSS appointed Gerard Butler as the latest brand ambassador for it’s BOSS BOTTLED fragrance and recently, Gerard Butler was nominated as the new face of BOSS BOTTLED.

Gerard Butler as the new face of BOSS BOTTLED
Starting a new chapter in the history of the fragrance and celebrating its continued success, BOSS Parfums reveals Gerard Butler as the new face of BOSS BOTTLED. Personifying strength, chivalry, charm and the complexity of modern times, Gerard Butler perfectly mirrors modern masculinity and embodies the values of BOSS BOTTLED. He is our Man of Today. Confident, brave, ambitious and always driven, Gerard Butler’s life is a rich and varied one. He seeks out experiences and builds on them, whether it is studying law, charity work, or of course his successful acting career. Gerard Butler grasps life with confidence, passion and an innate drive to succeed.

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Beauty News: Colin Farell as the face of Dolce&Gabbana INTENSO

COLIN FARELL the face for Dolce&Gabbana INTENSO
Dolce&Gabbana Fragrances is pleased to announce internationally acclaimed actor Colin Farrell as the face of its new male fragrance, INTENSO.
This marks his debut appearance for Dolce&Gabbana, with the fragrance and campaign to be revealed in the coming months. The launch will showcase Colin Farrell as the perfect testimonial of the modern day Dolce&Gabbana man.

“We are incredibly happy to be working with such a great talent. When we created this fragrance we immediately thought of Colin. He is the perfect embodiment of male strength and sensuality”.

Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana.

Beauty News is where information is extracted directly from press release as another form of way to showcase more latest or upcoming new products.


Life Hack: Drying Makeup Brushes with Towel Rail & Hair Ties

There has been numerous life hack ideas on how you can clean or even dry your makeup brushes at home at your convenience. I happen to be someone that slide on a Brush Guard sleeve on each brushes, tilt it upside down and put the brushes in a glass. It’s the same method that I’ve been practising and posted in this Tips: How to Clean Your Dirty Brush since early 2012.

Recently I stumbled upon a brilliant method from Instagram, which unfortunately I’ve forgotten who it was from and my Instagram has gone wonky as I was typing this so I’m unable to link her here but I will once I can access to Instagram but I finally found her after a full day of searching in Instagram like a headless chicken and I found her through other people who share her method. Girl, your method is my favourite!

Brush Drying With Towel Rail & Hair Ties

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St. Ives Blemish Control Apricot Scrub: It’s a facial scrub that look and feel like a facial scrub

A few weeks ago I walk into Watsons looking for the cheapest drugstore facial scrub and walk out of Guardian instead with the most expensive scrub available – St. Ives Blemish Control Apricot Scrub. I’ve ran out of counter brand facial scrub and I thought I would try something more affordable as recommended by all of you previously. My requirement for a facial scrub is simple. I prefer something with scrub beads in it and something that gives me the scrub-like feeling when using. Most of the scrub I see is either too watery or with no beads at all. I’m very traditional on this. A scrub need to look and feel like a scrub. St. Ives Blemish Control Apricot Scrub gives me just that.

St. Ives Blemish Control Apricot Scrub
What’s ironic was I used to hate St. Ives Blemish Control Apricot Scrub. I remember about 10 years ago I bought a tube of this scrub as it was ‘the’ scrub highly raved and recommended by everyone. I hated it so much because the scent is smelly and unbearable. Fast forward to a few years later, once again I heard my friends talking about this scrub being the best they’ve ever used. I cannot help but to wonder how can they tolerate with such a yucky smell on their face. When I saw this newly improved St. Ives Blemish Control Apricot Scrub, I have no choice but to flipped the cap open and took a sniff. Now I don’t do this normally but I had to smell it. And it smells so good!

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