Hair & Makeup Artist Glasgow

We have lipstick on the brain, ladies! “Why?” you ask.

First of all, lipstick is universal! Applying lipstick is one of the easiest and most common ways to make yourself feel more put together. Some women even admit they never leave the house without putting it on. Lipstick is even used to measure the health of the economy— it’s called The Lipstick Index, and when the economy is down, more lipstick is sold because it’s a little luxury that gives us joy.

Secondly, and possibly most importantly, we just released a completely new collection of vegan lipsticks called Triple Luxe Long Lasting Naturally Moist Lipstick. With 15 luxurious shades, these lipsticks are everything we could ever want in a little rose gold tube…and then some.

About Triple Luxe Lipstick
Have we piqued your interest yet? Here’s what you need to know about Triple Luxe Lipstick:

The Triple Luxe Lipstick formula is long lasting, natural, and moisturizing.
It has a creamy matte finish.
The formula includes antioxidant-rich Moringa Oil to moisturize, calm, and condition the skin on your lips.
We also used Tahitian Vanilla and Blackberry to give the lipstick a subtly sweet flavor and fragrance.
Triple Luxe is a vegan lipstick, so it doesn’t include beeswax. Instead, it combines a unique blend of botanical waxes and oils to soften, protect, and hydrate your skin.
The sleek, rose gold tube is stunning and there’s a magnetic closure, which is great to click when you need to de-stress at work.

 

The day you get married is filled with people bowing down at the altar of your beauty, while rainbows and butterflies flutter out of every orifice. Err, not exactly. While your wedding day will no doubt be amazing, the pressure to make it the Best Day Ever is a little intense, not to mention a serious buzz kill.

To help you better prep for the day, here’s a breakdown of what many women expect on their wedding day vs. what actually goes down. It’s not always pretty, but one thing’s for sure: You’re getting married to someone you love, and nothing trumps that.

The Morning Of
Expectation: You’ll gently awaken to the sound of doves cooing outside your window, prepping you for a morning of delicate pampering and relaxation.

Reality: You’ve been up since 4 a.m., thanks to a combo of nerves, excitement, and the realization that you’re about to make the single most important decision of your life. You still feel like you’re in high school—who decided you’re adult enough to do this?! Oh…yeah, you did.

Your Hair and Makeup
Expectation: You will wake up looking like Gisele Bundchen. You will be Gisele Bundchen for the day, Brazilian accent and all. No, screw that. You will be the most attractive woman EVER. It’s a shame you’re about to go off the market because every man wants a piece of that.

Reality: Oh, hey—that zit you’ve been fending off for days decided to RSVP for the big day. And your hairdresser apparently decided that the tightly-braided velociraptor look is in, because your coif is giving “Jurassic Park” a run for its money. But that’s okay, you look like a really gorgeous and classy velociraptor.

Your Bridesmaids
Expectation: Your every whim will be catered to by your adoring coterie of best friends and token soon-to-be in-law. You will want for nothing.

Reality: Everyone’s so worried about how their hair/makeup/fugly dress (haha—just kidding! You picked the best dresses ever!) looks that they don’t have as much time for, um, you. At least one of them will annoy the crap out of you, and money’s on the token in-law.

Your Vows
Expectation: Delicate tears will slide down your cheeks as your husband-to-be professes his love in the most poetic, moving speech you’ve ever heard. Your own vows will be equally moving. The officiant will retire on the spot because no one can ever love as deeply as you two.

Reality: You both know you wrote them the night before, after going to the rehearsal dinner and downing a gallon of champagne. But it’s cool—you get that while his notes clearly say “lkjdoi lijli,” he really means “I’ll love you forever.”


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