The Week in Instagram @ViviannaMakeup: Tea at Sketch // On the other end of the scale – quinoa porridge, which was really rather tasty // COS PJ’s // Autumn gorgeousness from AERIN // Zoya Professional Lacquer in Heidi – love it // This week’s most applied lineup // Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Cookies – just used the Cookie Monster Recipe but didn’t add the chocolate and pushed a cup on top – oh my WORD // A throwback to the ’80′s courtesy of my Mum // Meeting the two babes that are the Pixiwoo sisters
The Week in VDM Posts: The Weekend Post #84: Mum’s ’80′s Makeup // Bronzed Face & Body Kit // New to the Foundation Family // Oribe Thick Dry Finishing Spray // Goodbye Cuticles // Pondering Skincare // Blue-tiful Nails // Cutest Sample EVER // L’Oreal Telescopic Alternatives
Product Pick of the Week: Butter LONDON Handbag Holiday Cuticle Oil* - now this may be mainly due to its awesome smell, but this brush-on formula has just been doing it for me this week. With a pineapple, coconutty scent that lingers on your tips for hours it’s been tending to my sad, sad cuticles without leaving too much oily residue behind – just a holiday-esque whiff.
Blog Post of the Week: It’s a meaty piece, composed by an old colleague of mine Meera Innes for The Kernel discussing why the beauty industry is lagging behind in the online e-commerce world. ‘Only Pixel Deep‘ – clever title, even wittier prose and it’s a read that I’ve been mulling over since digesting.
Must-Watch of the Week: You remember Lo? Laguna Beach, The Hills, L.C’s BFF? Yeah that’s the one. Well she’s just started to load her beauty, fashion and food musings to YouTube and I’m rather enjoying them. Snappy, littered with the odd Lo tip and all filmed in her ‘please can I live there‘ New York apartment.
Added to the Wishlist this Week: It’s got to be CHANEL’s newly released C.C Cream that officially launched yesterday. And even though I’m sure we’ve all completely lost grips with what C.C even alludes to these days the positive reviews have been rolling in. And I’m falling for them hook, line and sinker.