Deborah Lippmann sure does a good nude – think of the Undressed Set (HERE) and for her Bed of Roses Spring Collection, she’s shifted up a gear with ashy toned pink colours that retain a neutrality but can hold onto some personality. Launching in February, the collection is spot on for doing pink without the candy.
Unless you’ve truly got a favourite nail shade, I much prefer the smaller bottles and don’t feel nearly the guilt at knowing they may not all get used up. The Deborah Lippmann sets are £28 for six shades and you can easily pay that for one or maybe two shades from other brands at full size.
At the same time as the Deborah Lippmann Bed of Roses Spring Collection launches, so does Marshmallow Hand & Cuticle Scrub – and it’s amazing! I could tell straight away – by the scent – that it contains coconut oil which gives a gorgeous tropical waft while your massaging it over your hands. The scrub isn’t too harsh and contains AHA and BHA with biodegradable volcanic ash so you get a double exfoliation with the physical and enzyme components. I think it’s called Marshmallow because of the marshmallow root extract but because of the coconutty-gourmande scent I assumed it was going to smell of marshmallows. At the end of the day, this is a lovely, treat-to-self product with both purpose and pleasure – massage it over your hands for 30 seconds, rinse with warm water and your hands will feel happier.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
I’d forgot the pleasures of a creamy hand scrub – it’s been a very long time since I used one, so it’s good to get a reminder and I’d highly recommend when it launches (£25) in February.
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