Without any further adieu, I am excited to share a swatch-heavy experience with the gorgeous *Clé de Peau Beauté Holiday 2018 Collection (also available at Neiman Marcus), along with invitations to two upcoming Beauty Professor events on both the East (10/18) and West Coasts (10/11)!
Kindly scroll on for more details, swatches and all the details of the events as well as the Bottom Line…
Happy Birthday, Oribe…LA locals, come celebrate with me at Cos Bar Brentwood next week!
Most imminently, I will be helping Oribe to celebrate its 10th anniversary next Thursday 10/11 at Cos Bar in Brentwood (13050 San Vicente Blvd #101, Los Angeles, CA 90049) from 12-2 PM.
I will be on hand to mix and mingle and there will be an Oribe educator doing dry styling as well as product giveaways. It will be lovely soiree and I sincerely hope you able to make it.
You can absolutely just swing on by but if you RSVP (firstname.lastname@example.org), you will receive a special Oribe gift upon arrival!
Next, I will be in NYC on 10/18 to host a masterclass at Bloomingdales Soho (504 Broadway, New York, NY 10012) with Clé de Peau Beauté from 6-8PM.
I will be engaging in an in-depth discussion on my favorite CdPB products, answering questions, offering personalized recommendations and, of course, relishing the opportunity to meet my East Coast BP readers and followers in person!
The masterclass is free, but to help with the planning process, please RSVP by calling Kiko or Baron at (212) 729-5153.
Finally, the *Clé de Peau Beauté Holiday 2018 Collection (also available at Neiman Marcus) is a stunning melange of sophistication and whimsy, coupled with extreme wearability. The cream pink packaging is emblazoned with artwork that rivals the beauty of the products held within and the homage to iconic elements from Alice and Wonderland make it a beauty collector’s dream come true.
The *Clé de Peau Beauté Eye Color Quad Eyeshadow (also available at Neiman Marcus) features four silky and buildable shades of eyeshadow (pale pink, soft cloud gray, lush silver and intense charcoal) with tender luminosity and a crease-free finish. In a world of rosy neutrals, this is a refreshingly cool-toned departure from the norm that still embodies ease of wear.
Excellent as a finishing step in one’s routine, the *Clé de Peau Beauté Refining Pressed Powder (also available at Neiman Marcus) is a slightly incandescent refining powder with a minute pink shift that instantly brightens the complexion while blurring pores and fine lines. It’s just as charming in the compact as it is lovely on the skin!
Additionally, this collection delivers the first-ever *Stick Highlighter, a pearlescent and gossamer veil of luminosity, housed in the portability of a twist up stick. The cream is buildable yet extremely natural looking on the skin and, due to its subtly, I predict it will be a favorite (even amongst those who may be highlighter-phobic).
Additionally, if you are on the West Coast, please considering coming to the Oribe event I will be hosting on Thursday 10/11 from 12-2 PM at Cos Bar Brentwood (13050 San Vicente Blvd #101, Los Angeles, CA 90049). RSVP at: email@example.com
If you are on the East Coast, I’d love to see you at the Clé de Peau Beauté masterclass at Bloomingdales Soho on Thursday 10/18 from 6PM-8PM…it will be a gorgeous evening of my personal beauty favorites. RSVP by calling Kiko or Baron at (212) 729-5153.
Hope to see you there!
Good things ahead, including a fresh video and a host of new product procurements…xx and more soon,
can I ask you what you think of the cle de peau for mature dry skin. Im looking for something brightening yet I have fine lines I read great things I had this years ago it seemed very dry not creamy