Weekend, #3 – belated!

Swedish MUA Linda Hallberg announces her own brand of multi-use cosmetics. I think multi-use products are a great concept – original and contemporary. I’m excited to try it!

Herbivore Botanicals has been picked up by mainstream retailers. I’m not a big fan of ‘natural’ cosmetics, but I do love the sophisticated packaging.


Korean beauty brand Tony Moly has launched a collab with Pokémon, featuring hand cream, sheet masks, cushion blushes and more. This isn’t the first Pokémon beauty collection to launch this year, undoubtedly riding the Pokémon GO wave.

Speaking of Nintendo – the only game console I own right now is a Nintendo 3DS and I’m excited to play the new Pokémon games, launching November! Nintendo is also introducing Sanrio Amiibo Cards for Animal Crossing: New Leaf. I hope they’ll work on western consoles!

Tom Ford launches Private Blend scented candles at $250 each. It’s a candle that costs over minimum wage to burn!

MILK Makeup‘s making excuses about their shade range. Yawn!


Sali Hughes’ new book, Pretty Iconic, examines cult classic beauty products like Chanel no. 5 and MAC’s Ruby Woo. The book launches on the 20th of October.

JD Glow teases super-sparkly glitter lipsticks on their instagram page. 

Inspo: High Blush
Blush pulled across cheekbones and temples, one of my all-time favourite looks!

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