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showmemakeup:

A closer look of the makeup..

showmemakeup:

A closer look of the makeup..

cultofpretty:

I will keep this short and sweet.  Glossybox opened today in the US; here is what their boxes look like (pretttyyy).
                  
                  
The box I was sent contained quite a haul of full size stuff and some deluxe samplers. You can see the complete list here.
I didn’t want to throw out or giveaway the stuff OR the box OR the tissue paper OR the ribbon … so that’s a great sign and what I believe you should look for in this type of product experience.
Does this: Subscription beauty service - the largest in the world Is this: GlossyboxGet this: AbovePrice: $21/month

cultofpretty:

I will keep this short and sweet.  Glossybox opened today in the US; here is what their boxes look like (pretttyyy).

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The box I was sent contained quite a haul of full size stuff and some deluxe samplers. You can see the complete list here.

I didn’t want to throw out or giveaway the stuff OR the box OR the tissue paper OR the ribbon … so that’s a great sign and what I believe you should look for in this type of product experience.

Does this: Subscription beauty service - the largest in the world
Is this: Glossybox
Get this: Above
Price: $21/month

cultofpretty:

So I was lamenting the other day that I could never pull off geometric hair - but I guess I could!  This is the fine/thin hair version.

Also, love the silver eyes.

Images: Stockholm S/S/A/W - hair Rudi Lewis, makeup Anya de Tobon, via

fastcompany:

”We were very much influenced by the rise of the pop up bar and the new speakeasy. We wanted to create a space that created a different dynamic for the passenger rather than just the straightforward bar shape. It should be a part of the aircraft that encourages interaction, that blurs slightly the boundary between the crew and the passenger, and that allows for places to stand, to sit, to lean and to perch.”

More images-> Virgin’s Glitzy New Bar Only Makes Sense At 30,000 Feet