February 12, 2011

2011 Fall Fashion Week Recap

Duckie Brown
Nicholas K
Victor de Souza

Napoleon Perdis kicked off the first official day of fashion week with a variety of looks. From the all natural, fresh faces of the Duckie Brown boys, the strong brows and nude matte lips at Nicholas K, to the extreme look of the Victor de Souza show – Napoleon and his talented team has and continues to cover it all.  At Nicholas K, to echo the rugged, outdoorsy feel, Napoleon mirrored the tones in the collection and used the Napoleon Perdis Eye Pencils and Color Discs to achieve dark tomboy brows and smoky eyes.  For the boys in the Duckie Brown show, Napoleon used his Auto Pilot Pore Minimizer and Mattifer to tone down shine and keep the look natural, yet camera ready.  Napoleon’s talent as a makeup artist really shined at Victor de Souza, where he used Eye Will Survive Eye Primer and Neo Noir Liquid Liner for high impact results.   

Below are some key snapshots from the shows:

February 11, 2011

Product SpotLIGHT: The Tweezermate® 10x Lighted Mirror

This spring, in addition to cleaning out your closets, car and office, why not clean up your eyebrows?  Start the season with a fresh face with the Tweezermate® 10x Lighted Mirror and leave no stray behind.  With the Tweezermate® 10x Lighted Mirror, you’re sure to find the smallest and most difficult hairs, each time, every time. 

See the light! Isolate even the finest hair for precise, easy tweezing with the optically correct Tweezermate® 10x Lighted Mirror.  Clear from edge-to-edge with no distortion — you won't miss a hair!

Tips & Tricks
Great for any precision tasks, from tweezing to make-up application to contact lens insertion. Suction cups attach to any smooth surface. Moisten cups for stronger hold. Don’t use in direct sunlight. To change battery, unscrew the two screws from the back of light mechanism, remove batteries and replace with three AG10 batteries. 

Description: Lighted Mirror

Price: $15
Availability: Tweezerman.com