Even as a natural blonde, bi-monthly coloring is a must for my ashy roots. After my regular visits to the Serge Normant at John Frieda Salon in Chelsea, is top of mind. When you spend the money and time on color treatments, maintaining that long-lasting vibrancy is a priority. With over thirteen years of color care product testing under my belt, I can recommend these products with confidence!
Tag: Shu Uemura
Cult beauty favorite, Shu Uemura has created another hair masterpiece: The Color Lustre Collection. To all the women who spend their monthly shoe allowance constantly highlighting their hair, Color Lustre Brilliant Glaze will save you money and salon visits.
‘Tis the season of giving and unlike Grinchy Cat (you know who you are), I’m feeling merry. Since, Oprah hosts her annual “Favorite Things” series, it was only fitting I bestowed my favorites on my adoring fans too.
– For The Techie –
Samsung Note Edge: Don’t tell Daddy Karl Lagerfeld but I’m trading in the old iPad for the Samsung Note Edge. With it’s side scrolling feature, I am able to fulfill my self-centered needs to constantly view Tweets about me.
Chanel Lambskin Headphones and Case: Think of these headphones as fashion’s best tech accessory. Sorry smart watches!
(Price Available Upon Request)
– For The Collaboration Junkie –
Missoni x Converse FW14 Chuck Taylor All Star ’70s: Ever wonder what it’s like to walk a mile in my furry paws? Now is your chance dahhhling!
(Available In Select Stores Wordwide)
– For The Beauty Queen –
Drybar Big Hair, Don’t Care Kit: Daily blowouts are a must for my white coiffe! The secret to being a Parisian? The undone done look: the perfect blowout to accompany your tailored Chanel tweed jacket. You can thank Alli Webb for this!
Shupette by Shu Uemura: I saw oui to primping and pampering. Shu Uemura is the only brand that gets close to these blue eyes!
– For The Gallery Wall Guru –
Eighty Seventh St Art Prints: I might be bias because fashion illustrator Monica Smiley frequently captures my beauty, but who wouldn’t want a gallery wall filled with moi? Don’t worry, she has sketches of Daddy Karl Lagerfeld too.
– For The (Not So) Crazy Cat Lady –
Monster Choupette Collection: Dubbed the”lovechild of moi and the Fendi Monsters” by Fashionista, the Monster Choupette collection includes handbags, t-shirts, and shoes plastered with my evil twin’s face. Warning! My bite is worse than my Twitter jabs!
– The Fashion Editor –
Assouline Fashion Memoire Five-Book Slipcase – No chateau is complete without the perfect fashion coffee table books! Just don’t forget to Instagram a photo of the stack topped with a Diptyque candle.
– For The Philanthropist –
Mad Over You: Who says I’m not giving? I may not love tiny humans but these tiny tots are designing for a cause. Mad Over You partners with non-profit organizations, connecting fashion with philanthropy. Even blogger City Tonic is mad for the brand so it officially has influencer seal of approval!
In case you don’t feel good about yourself and your career success, take a moment to wallow in the fact the a feline has landed her own beauty collaboration. Don’t fret though dahhhlings! I will take those worry lines and turn you into the blue eyed beauty I am.
Daddy Karl Lagerfeld has a longstanding relationship with the Japanese makeup brand, Shu Uemura—he uses their cosmetics to color in his fashion sketches and collaborated on a holiday collection with them in 2012. Thus, it’s no surprise he wanted moi in on the action!
While the collaboration was announced in July, the images for the campaign have just now arrived *cue the annoying human squeels of excitement*. The “Shupette” line features eyeshadows in minky, feline colours, crystal false lashes, the cult Shu Uemura cleansing oil and more. The packaging is complete with original drawings of me from Daddy – who doesn’t want to see my face every morning on their boudoir?
The “Glamourpuss luxury” will launch in time for the holiday season so get on Santa’s not-so-naughty list early!
Get your Shu Uemura favorites (in store) while you can, L’Oreal has decided to close down the U.S. operations for the brand. While I will miss seeing their products at Barneys and Sephora, at least they will continue to be available on the Shu Uemura website. Phew! Considering every eyelash enthusiast swears by their curlers. Plus, I would hate to have to travel oversees just to buy their cleansing oil. Or would I?
So long Shu Uemura, your retail presence will be missed!
For more information visit http://www.shuuemura-usa.com/
On Saturday, September 12th, Gina Brooke, Artistic Director of Shu Uemura, was kind enough to extend an invitation to go backstage and preview the look for Vivienne Tam’s Spring 2010 runway collection. Considering this was the last year fashion week would be held at Bryant Park (sniff, sniff), I was anxious to get to the tents.
The inspiration for the show was nature. Gina Brooks did an exceptional job embodying the theme and creating a clean, natural face with soft pink cheeks and dramatic lashes that appeared like butterfly wings (using the Shu Uemura Farfallina False Eyelashes on both the top and bottom lash line).
“Butterflies were seen everywhere in Vivienne’s collection which was inspired by freedom, life and the 1960’s,” said Brooke. “It was only natural to have these beautiful, wing-like lashes flank the models’ eyes to resemble one of earth’s most gorgeous creatures.”
Get the Look:
- Farfallina False Eyelashes – $29.00
- Nobara Cream Cover Stick – $42.00
- Primal Mix Blush – $24.00
- Eyebrow Gel – $24.00
- Rouge Unlimited 942 – $23.00
Hair by Kevin Mancuso for Kevin Mancuso Salons. Following suit, Kevin completed the look with middle parts, producing loose waves on these models flowing locks, creating a modern twist on a classic hippie do.
After my interview, I had a little time to kill until the show started. Fortunately, I ran into a friend who invited me to the W Hotels VIP Backstage Lounge, sponsored by Veuve Clicquot. I had me a drink (or two) while mingling with some of fashion’s finest.
Showtime! I filed into the crowd excited for Vivienne Tam’s collection and especially thrilled to see the premiere of her latest collaboration with HP for their digital clutch. A beauty bloggers dream! So compact and stylish, I want it! But like Vivienne Tam’s collection, this stunning piece of machinery is not expected to launch until Spring 2010.
A stunning show it was, but see for yourself. Click HERE for complete image coverage of Vivienne Tam’s Spring 2010 Collection.
For more on the Vivienne Tam/HP Digital Clutch click HERE