Givenchy Poudre Lumière Originelle – Soft Powder Radiance Enhancer Photos


Hi there! As I rush to get ready for the last day at IMATS Los Angeles, I wanted to quickly show you some pictures ofGivenchy’s Poudre Lumiere Originelle. This piece is truly a work of art and probably one of the best designs in powder I have ever seen. Here are some photos for your viewing pleasure:

You can visit Sephora hereto take a look at this piece.

Have a great Sunday, BB’s!

Much love, Gigi


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Chit Chat | Life Update

Polished by Amy

Hi loves!

Today I wanted to share a new video from my YouTube channel. This video is super random and possibly pointless.. haha! If you’d like to know more about what I’ve been up to, then keep watching! 🙂

Thanks for watching guys! Leave me any of your post requests in the comments below. I hope your weekend is fabulous; love and light! 🙂

XX, Amy


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Mini Drugstore Haul Review

Looking Joli Good

Good Buy or Goodbye?

Back in September I posted a Mini Drugstore Haul.  I have had plenty of time to use the products, and I am ready to give a full review on them.  I am going to use a simple “Good Buy” or “Goodbye” rating 😉

Here is what I bought in September:Mini Drugstore Haul |

As you may remember, I love the Maybelline SuperstayBetter Skin Foundation.  During the summer I was a wearing the shade 20, but now that it is winter I need a lighter shade so I picked up 15, the next shade down.  (I have actually even picked up the 10 shade.  I am so pale!!!)  One of my favorite things about it is that it lasts all day!  I have…

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Dianthus barbatus (Sweet William)

Botanical Journey from the South

Dianthus barbatus (Sweet William)Dianthus barbatus (Sweet William) Aka Clavel, Dianthus,  Clavelina, Clavelillo or Clavel chino, is a species of Dianthus native to southern Europe from the mountains of southern Europe from the Pyrenees east to the Carpathians and the Balkans, with a variety disjunct in northeastern China, Korea, and southeasternmost Russia, which has become a popular ornamental garden plant. It is a herbaceous biennial or short-lived perennial plant growing to 12-30 in. tall.  Each flower is 2–3 cm diameter with five petals displaying serrated edges. Wild plants produce red flowers with a white base, but colours in cultivars range from white, pink, red, and purple to variegated patterns. The exact origin of its English common name is unknown but first appears in 1596 in botanist John Gerard’s garden catalogue.  Sweet William attracts bees, birds, and butterflies, and it has naturalized throughout the U.S..

Dianthus barbatus (Sweet William)Dianthus comes from the family of  Caryophyllales, the family of beets…

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