Beauty Digest: From Organic Tampons To The Urban Decay Astronomical Palette

Beauty Digest: From Organic Tampons To The Urban Decay Astronomical Palette
Beauty Digest: From Organic Tampons To The Urban Decay Astronomical Palette

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Urban Decay created an astronomical palette of 19 shades, Russian actress Diana Pozharskaya starred in a new advertising campaign for Chanel, and craftswomen from a Moscow salon came up with a manicure that scared netizens. What else was said in the world of beauty this week - read in our material.


Yves Saint Laurent opens a beauty hotel in New York

On September 8-9, during New York Fashion Week, the Yves Saint Laurent beauty hotel opens its doors. It will be located in a townhouse in the Soho area. Each issue will feature the latest YSL Beauty novelties, including Rouge Pur Couture The Slim and a new campaign for the classic Black Opium Eau de Parfum (which will fill all five floors of the hotel) with Zoe Kravitz.

Guests of this extraordinary beauty space will enjoy neon installations in the form of the YSL logo, a spacious living room with purple sofas, a huge bedroom and incredible city views from the rooftop. The terrace will house a cafe and a chic indoor pool. It will host lectures on perfumery and make-up master classes. For a better understanding of what this will look like, check out the photos of the Yves Saint Laurent Beauty Hotel in Hong Kong.

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Astronomical palette Urban Decay

Eyeshadow palette masters from Urban Decay presented their new cosmic (in all respects) brainchild - the Elements palette. It consists of a constellation of 19 shades: eight metallic, three matte and eight shimmery. The most interesting color is called "Moon" (in the heart of the palette). It looks white, but it actually changes color like a chameleon. Not only the "filling" of the novelty deserves attention, but also the fantastic packaging. It resembles the design of the BH Cosmetics palette, inspired by the signs of the zodiac.

Fans of the brand praise the eyeshadows for their pigmentation (the products do not dust) and durability (no base is needed). This isn't the first galactic palette: in 2016, the brand launched the Eyondoon Moondust palette in eight shades.

The media found out why Kate Middleton never makes tails, but walks with her hair down

The network suddenly began to discuss again Kate Middleton's large scar, which is located at the edge of hair growth. As it turned out, the Duchess rarely appears in public with her hair collected precisely because of him. For the first time, attentive journalists saw the scar back in 2011 during an event at Clarence House. There are so many versions about the origin of the scar that Kensington Palace had to publish an official statement, which said: "The scar is associated with an operation in childhood."

Lush has released bath bombs that you can paint

Just because you stopped splashing around in the bathtub like a child for hours doesn't mean you can't have a little fun. This is exactly what the Lush experts are suggesting to do. They introduced the Bubble Brushes bath stick bombs that you can literally paint on the water with. They come in three colors: pink (gum-scented), yellow (lemon-scented), blue (mint-scented), and green (citrus-scented).

Wanguiem, you can't resist and take a couple of photos for Instagram. By the way, the new products, like all other products of the brand, do not contain any products of animal origin, which makes them 100 percent vegan.

The foot manicure that scared netizens

If you are not yet familiar with Nail Sunny's Instagram account, this is the page on which the weirdest, most impressive, and sometimes frightening nail designs are regularly published. It was the craftswomen of this salon who came up with colored pencil nails, nail-teeth and nails depicting Kylie Jenner and her newborn daughter. On this, their imagination, as you know, did not run out. The other day they presented a manicure that could well get into a horror film: the master decorated the nails with figures of feet.To heighten the effect, she covered them with red lacquer and added a gold bracelet to her creation. This whole structure is made of acrylic coated with beige varnish, but the joints are drawn in a grayish tint.

Feet nails ️ -yay or nay? Video by @edo_movs #nailsunnytutorial

A post shared by Nail Sunny (@nail_sunny) on Aug 20, 2018 at 10:08 am PDT

Western bloggers are crazy about organic tampons

When Australian actress Saskia Hampele was invited to participate in a charity program and donate hygiene products for homeless women, she was shocked to learn that these women did not have access to basic necessities.

When I found out how things really are, I was shocked. Homeless women use newspapers, old socks, or even fallen leaves and bark on critical days to make homemade tampons.

The actress supports the Gift Box Organic social program, built on a one + one system (when you buy one box of hygiene products, the second is provided free of charge to a woman who needs it). The set also includes organic tampons, which are experiencing a real boom in the West. Their main difference from regular tampons is that they are made from 100% organic cotton (no harsh chemicals or other obscure ingredients). Organic tampons have another advantage - they are biodegradable and do not litter the environment.

When we use tampons, they come into contact with the most intimate and absorbent part of our body. Therefore, it is important to know how they affect our internal ecosystem. We often think about the foods we eat and choose the healthiest ones, so we also need to make an informed choice with regard to personal care products. Organic tampons are a godsend for women who are particularly sensitive to chemicals, they won't irritate and tend to be softer and more delicate.

And one more piece of news on the topic: Scotland became the first country in the world to provide free personal care products to everyone in need in all educational institutions. The Scottish government has pledged approximately £ 5.2 million for this purpose, and it plans to provide pads and tampons to nearly 395,000 school and college age people a month starting this school year.

They decided to take this measure as part of the state program to combat the so-called period of poverty: in Scotland, one in five women cannot afford to buy hygiene products intended for menstruation.

New Chanel advertising campaign featuring international stars and Russian actress Diana Pozharskaya

If you had to choose the only flower that can convey the essence of the Gabrielle fragrance from Chanel, it would be a note of jasmine. The perfumer experiments with rare combinations and arrangements, he makes jasmine brighter, and white musk sets off the velvety ylang-ylang petals. Creamy sandalwood emphasizes the tenderness of Grasse tuberose, while orange blossom sounds even fresher with tangerine and grapefruit zest and juicy black currant.

The Gabrielle bottle is a separate song. Crystal craftsmen from Bohemia have been working on it for several months. Now, in addition to the scent, there is a shower gel, a moisturizing body emulsion and a deodorant spray. There is also a new advertising campaign dedicated to composition. Instead of Karl Lagerfeld's muse Kristen Stewart, now the fragrance created in honor of the founder of the fashion house is presented by several ambassadors at once. Among them are Caroline de Maigret, Phoebe Tonkin, Kilo Kish and Russian actress Diana Pozharskaya.

I am delighted to be part of an international digital campaign to mark the anniversary of the launch of Gabrielle CHANEL. Love my #GabrielleChanel

A post shared by Diana Pozharskaya (@dianapozharskaya) on Aug 30, 2018 at 11:03 pm PDT

Foreo "smart" facial brush that will replace the beautician

As a beauty brand that has always focused on innovation, Foreo is the author of many innovations in the beauty industry, including the globally recognized facial brush, the first revolution in oral cleansing in 70 years, the smart face mask, and so on. Very soon (as they promise, in September) a new invention of the brand will appear on the market - the LUNA fofo silicone brush. She, like a personal beautician, tests the skin in a few seconds and synchronizes an individually tailored cleansing program, lasting about a minute, with your device. The brush body is completely waterproof. The small bristles are for cleaning the cheeks and forehead, while the larger ones are for the T-zone and chin.

The LUNA fofo apart installation is two gold plates on the back of the device (these skin sensors measure skin moisture levels and other indicators). Then all the information received is processed and loaded into the Foreo For You application (it can be downloaded for free for Android and iOS). The program will ask a series of questions to learn more about your skin, and then provide personalized advice and guidance on facial care.

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