A Beautyful Sentiment’s Five

April 23, 2008

1) Versace Signature ($89)

From Saks: “The floral, vibrant and sensual bouquet delicately emphasized by a gentle marriage of jasmine and azalea. The fragrance is finally enveloped by the silky softness of a veil of musk, wrapped by the preciousness of warm and delicate kashmir wood and Moroccan cedar wood. Eau de parfum spray, 3.4 oz.”

2) Relastin Eye Silk ($69)

From Bliss: “Sure, this dermatologist’s darling (and 2007 Allure Best of Beauty winner) is designed to diminish the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, dark circles and puff. But our favorite reason to use it? After two weeks, clinical tests showed that skin treated with Relastin had more elastin than before. With an exclusive Zinc Firming Complex, we think it’s one swell gel. .5 oz”

3) Nars Yachiyo Brush ($50)

From Sephora: “With its gently tapered spiral dome head, the Yachiyo Brush is perfect for the application of powder and color. Its multi-functional design is excellent for defining cheekbones and highlighting the complexion, as well as blending and diffusing color on or around the eye area. The handle of the Yachiyo brush is hand-spun with black wisteria to preserve its unique traditional character.”

4) Laboratoire Remede Skin Exacting Mask ($88)

From Bliss: “This genius gel mask has suddenly become the standard stuff in every starlet’s pre-red carpet kit. It might be the miraculous effect it has on tired and too-travelled complexions or maybe it’s the way it seems to erase wrinkles overnight. The complexion perfecting gel leaves your skin supernaturally bright, soft, smooth and youthful. Whatever the reason, this marvellous mask is always ‘in season’.”

5) Baby Quasar ($449)

From Bliss: “Online forums are abuzz with props for this petite light-therapy powerhouse. Designed to lessen the look of lines, wrinkles, and large pores, even out discoloration, address acne and other skin conditions, slow hair loss and actually rev re-growth, this baby (or BabyQ, as it’s affectionately called) is the only tool out there to tout (count ’em) four light wavelengths (that’s amber, red and infrared). What that means? Quicker, more reliable results.”

As you can see, I’ve been perusing my Bliss catalog!

Have you tried any of these products? I’d love to know what you think!

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