Tuesday, December 29, 2015

PINK MANHATTAN 2015 Year End Fragrance Favorites List & More

It's that time of year again to compile my list of favorite things, except each year, I have fewer things on the list. I hope your year was one of exciting new findings; as for me, I'm quite content with the following:

Fragrance Top Favorites 2015

1. The Body Shop Coconut Body Mist
2. Creed Virgin Island Water
3. Forever 21 Love & Beauty Coconut
4. Demeter Kahala Piña Colada
5. Britney Spears Fantasy

I got a lot of use out of Bath & Body Works Coconut Lime Breeze, but I think I OD'd on it, so...

Please visit my Tumblr for my nail polish Top Favorites. On the nail polish front, my favorite campaign of the year is by Revlon by far, from #LOVEISON ("Color that commits": bridal motifs are usually tacky, but that's a way to market shades that are right for you) to their hefty Vegas-inspired Colorstay Gel Envy launch. I will review a handful of them in 2016.

Have a Happy New Year's!

Speaking of Revlon, enjoy this piece by The Onion


Tuesday, December 22, 2015

SNL The Jamarcus Brothers CD

Guest host: Christoph Waltz

Posted Feb 16, 2013 NBC.com

Sunday, December 20, 2015

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Monday, December 14, 2015

Jeffree Star Liquid Lipstick

Dear Santa, All I want is my own little tube of Unicorn Blood...

And these

This Swarovski-studded glam baby was sold out! I love the lip color

Still more products on the site...Happy Holiday shopping!
Visit Jeffrey Star Cosmetics

Sunday, December 06, 2015

Midtown Manhattan's Age of Opulence Is Now

Via Condé Nast Traveler: "The Baccarat’s arrival coincides with what optimists see as a new period of twenty-first-century opulence in Midtown, marking a return to an age when the neighborhood was better known for its elegance and formality than for the crass commercialism of the years when Disney clamped mouse ears on the facade of one august Fifth Avenue building (the same place currently tenanted by Lauren’s Polo flagship); when Diesel jeans covered the streetside facade of a building with a layer of rusted steel; when it looked as though the plug-ugly Trump Tower might overshadow its more distinguished neighbors both symbolically and actually." Read the article: Midtown Manhattan's Age of Opulence Is Now by Guy Trebay, April 21, 2015 Conde Nast Traveler