Sunday, 13 December 2009

Dreaming of a white Christmas? Which white though?

Dreaming of a white Christmas? Which white though?

There are so many hues to choose from ;)
Pure White – Crisp and pure white
Translucent White – Gentle, sheer and subtle white
Jasmine White – Warmed with a hint of soft yellow
Orchid White – Clarity and fresh white
Soft White – A delicate touch of white
Chalk White – Bold and Intense white

White..the start of a clean page upon which to draw your inspiration

Monday, 7 December 2009

Tuesday, 17 November 2009

Glitter n All things shiny

Im a bit of a magpie..loving all that sparkles!. So Glitter is an occassional hazard but a good thing in the right places and the right doses!

The first thing with glitter is that it really is hard to get off! So think carefully before you embark on all things glittery!
Top tip to remove....plasters. Olive oil is great too so that you can slide off the glitter and nourish the skin in the same sweep.

If you like the effect of subtle 'selfish fairylights' along the root of your lashes you can't beat Jemma Kidd Make Up School Topaz glitter liner. Its a gorgeous taupe truffle shade with multicoloured micro sparkles. Grown up glitter. Done and sparkled.

Silver screen mascara[3 shades] by JK at has a handy screw thread wand to allow you to slide the lash through the glitter and the fine tip brush on the end of the same wand allows you to create a sweep along lashline. Multipurpose tool. Lovin' it. Investigate this one as the wand/brush combo is quite special.

Being artistic and you want to create your own glitter liner? MAC Pro Mixing medium Liner from the PRO stores allows you to paint a thin line and press loose glitter along the wet edge you create. Gorgeous. Ben Nye Black glitter along a black liner is quite the jet jewel edge for instant retro glamour.

Get sparkling.

Monday, 16 November 2009

Impressively Inglot @ Westfield Shopping Centre

Well I have done this make up game now for 20 years,so for me to get excited about a make-up brand is rare but today I was excited again about make up! Read on!

Today I went to review a relatively new UK brand 'Inglot' on the ground floor at Westfield Shopping Centre, London.[Wood Lane Tube station on the Hammersmith & City Line]. Recently many of my students had been experimenting with the brand so I went to explore.

Clearly the MAC comparisons are overt, tipping off the counters and visible but I would place the brand at a fusion of Make up Forerver, Sephora and MAC. It reminds me heavily of when MAC arived into the UK and no-one knew the name or the vision. So do we really need another one? Well yes for students who need to spend so much money on kits and building the security and confidence with colour.

This brand offers an AMAZING price point and student discount and professional discount intiatives will follow. I was truly impressed how much my money could buy here, and as an academic educator that is highly placed in my recommendation perspective. If this credit crunch climate has made this a harder than ever time to be a freelance make up artist then now is the time to shop smart. You can compromise fancy marketing brands and infamous brand names with creativity as long as the payoff delivers. This pigment level does!

The first impression is aesthetic, hygienic and impressive. Aesthetic and vibrant to the eye with a plethora of hues to excite the artistic palette. The palette I assembled was fun, innovative and I must say that both the make up artist friend with me and I found the pigment payoff of the shadows astounding and can clearly compete alongside MAC and Illamasqua confidently.

Genius was the fact that I could pick my shadows in a bespoke fashion and arrange them on a magnet palette before final confirmation of my purchase. My 10 pc palette was just £35.00 and the pigment payoff is amazing. I also picked up another bespoke 8 colour 'Freedom System palette' on offer at £18.00 which I love.

I would also say that though most of the staff clearly have english as a second language, thus give them a chance, my helper was great, clearly trying to work with me and suggested ideas and colours well. I had fun selecting my hues from an amazing choice. It was refreshing to look outside of the overt MAC box for colour once again. Now I like many of you truly love MAC but this brand is a firm keeper too!

I particularly loved the shadow palettes, matte lipstick pencil shades and gel liners.

In store ambience though is one aspect this brand has yet to perfect & master - but we will forgive that because that is built and learned and the products are great and the manageress was highly amiable and open to constructive viewpoint on how the shop can improve and serve the community of make up fans and students.

Let us also not forget that MAC Service is not consistently what it used to be in store, they get it wrong too on occassion.

If you haven't found this gem of a brand pop down and get discovering their amazing shadows. You. like I will be hooked my friend! Make up artists sign up for their discount card, make sure you take at least two credits/ professional ID to apply. :)

Saturday, 7 November 2009

Working at speed proficiency on set

Recently on a big commercial beauty shoot I pondered how time for professional make up artists has diminished over the years on set as technologies and reliance on post production has overtaken professional skills. Progression of technology now versus artistry? Hours became minutes.
As production companies continue to cut the amount of time make up artists get to deliver their looks, it is vital that the next generation of training artists get to understand the value to working at speed with proficiency.

I am now traning my students to work to strict deadlines and time deliveries so that on set they are able to beat he clock and still deliver high technical standards. This is a vital development in professional make up artistry education.

Saturday, 19 September 2009

Friday, 18 September 2009

The September issue?

Recently I was visiting US Vogue,,,couldnt resist the fly on the wall version of the September issue lol :)Naughty mischief Mr Horne.

Thursday, 17 September 2009

London Fashion Week SS10

Here is the make up design I have created for the Aminaka Wilmont SS10 show with the Jemma Kidd Pro Team. Beige liquid liner and a play on contrasts of colours, textures and colour temperatures. The show is at Somerset House, Friday 20:30pm. Fabulous millinery by Justin Smith Esq. Thank you to everyone who is helping on the team. HD Airbrushing will create the perfect canvas.

Tuesday, 1 September 2009

US visit the school for a quick lesson in lippy...

Monday, 31 August 2009

Lashings of Mascara

OK so I don't know anyone who has found the ultimate mascara...but if you have let me know and for now Im liking Max Factor False Lash Effect.


Volumising: Builds the lashes to make them look fuller and thicker. In most cases the brush has dense bristles ensuring each individual eyelash is coated from root to tip.

Lasting Tint: Ultra lightweight, water-resistant lash colour that resists smudge or flake for up to 24 hours.

Lengthening: Extends the lashes making them look longer. Lengthening mascaras contain plastic polymers that cling just to the tips of the lashes to exaggerate the lash length.

Curling: Lifts and curls the lashes, making the eyes look more ‘wide-awake’. The brush may have multi-level bristles that helps create curlier looking lashes. The lash formula may set to ‘tighten’ the lash inducing a curl effect.

Defining: Separates the lashes giving them more definition. The effect to the lashes is more natural and subtle. Usually a stiffer brush or a comb with wide spaced bristles create definition and ensure separation of the lashes.

Glossy: Lifts, lengthens, and separates lashes. Lashes stay silky, pliant, clump free and flake free through multiple coats. Mascara applied evenly, ash root to tip.

Sensitive: Suitable for contact lens wearers or those with highly sensitive eyes. Formulated to be specifically non-irritating and may state Ophthalmologist approved or tested.

Waterproof: Formulated not to run in water, so ideal for water activities and bridal. Requires an oil based remover to ease removal of application.

High Definition: 2 in 1 style wand. Brush contains bristles and comb. Brush-side coats with dramatic, long-wearing colour. Comb-side separates to perfection. Transforms each and every lash with extreme length and definition.

Lash build Primer: Thickens and lengthens lashes. Conditions to make lashes stronger. Fortifies to extend mascara wear.

Clear: Transparent to set lash without colour. Can impart a glossy shine effect.

Thursday, 27 August 2009

V Magazine Pagan Poetry Issue V61

The girls of Women and Supreme star in a 96-page supplement to V61. Here's a first glimpse: the covers by Paul Rowland

US Vogue...Who would miss this issue

The September Issue - US Vogue. Don't miss it!

Sunday, 23 August 2009

Hug a toad!

Septembers looking busy busy busy

Well its looking like September is going to be hectic as ever. Im teaching a 3 day Introduction to Glamour Make up, a 1 Week Basic course, a 3 day Bridal course as well as fitting in my birthday and London Fashion Week! Now I am a big advocate for experiencing all genres of make up artistry and as such I have invited the make up artists of ITN Newsroom who are fantastic to join me backstage at London Fashion Week. They are great make up artists in their own right but they have this sense that they have 'missed the boat' to try fashion. Well PAH! they will be backstage with me and we are going to have a blast! They are going to get their chance to do Fa[r]shion! I bet the News looks far more interesting when they have done the show! lol. Keep you posted. Always one to be organised, the make up has been designed, approved and fitting will be early september. Ok so I better enjoy the rest before the storm so to speak! Oh and on top of that a special visitor from the US is landing on our shores for a while. Its going to be a crazy month. All good. Bring it on!

Intelligent eyelining - make it simple and effective

The issue of water resistant Gel liner formulas.
Well firstly lets discuss some Pros and Cons:

[1] Dries so fast minimises smudges
[2] Water resistant finish and will last without smudges
[3] Will last through the day to evening with no retouch required
[4] Will not crack and flake like liquids tend to

[1] Dries quickly into the brush restricting line artistry
[2] If you do not return the cap the product will dry out
[3] Difficult to remove mistakes without effort.
[4] Not flattering on mature eyes

So what are we trying to achieve with an eyeliner? Really the core purpose is to define the lid, yet often if the line is poorly executed the line is distractive at best and poorly applied at worst. So how about a technique to technically define the eye perfectly every time?

Often when I'm teaching eyelining skills, students get so frustrated when they cannot achieve the perfect symmetrical line. [Well of course it doesn't help that the educator can do it and make it look effortless because they have years of experience on their side.] Its just a case of correct brush and a steady hand teamed up with practice.Well trust me even the most experienced of us can stil have bad liner days. Usually at the blame of coffee and caffeine wobbles ;). Generally a more stable brush is easier to control with a more firm synthetic bristle but experiment with different shapes until one seems controllable.MAC#263 or #266 seem the favourites amongst attendees at the school.

*Great trick*

A great way to define the upper eye line and enhance the lashes for a photographic finish [+ if you are not confident in your upper liner technique] is to apply the water resistant liner under the upper lashes. Makes lashes look fuller. It will dry and not transfer into the lower eyeline. [I would advise doing this and letting it dry before contact lense insertion for those of you who wear lenses]

[1] Look upward to position the upper lashes in the correct position
[2] Position your brush + gel liner under the lash and at the start of your natural lash growth
[3] Work from inner corner to outer edge under the upper lash along the lid edge
[4] Actually print the gel liner up onto the inner rim of the upper lid using a small detail brush such as a Jemma Kidd pro #1 or #2 or a MAC#263
[5] Repeat and strengthen colour for impact
[6] Black will be most dramatic but softer shades also are effective

Bobbi Brown was the original gel liner and is still one of my favourites although the MAC Fluidline is also good. Depends which specific shades you are looking for.
Black Mauve Shimmer Long wear gel liner by Bobbi Brown is my favourite a great universal shade that defines without overpowering the eye or make up. Really a great alternative to classical grey, black and brown.

A little less assuming yet cleverly defining. The definitive edge.

Give it a try!

Thursday, 13 August 2009

Tarantino is back - Get ready!

Inglourious Basterds (named Inglourious Bastards in some UK advertising, or simply 'Inglourious' for censorship reasons) is the latest offering - an upcoming comedic war film written and directed by Quentin Tarantino. It is scheduled for release on August 21, 2009 in North America. UK will be on a later scheduled release.

Ok I Love it,... Create a Moisture Surge

Epicuren • Hyaluronic Acid Gel

• This oil-free hydrator binds 10 times your skin’s natural moisture to maximize the benefits of your daily moisturizer.
• Plumps the skin and fills in fine lines.
• Key Ingredients: Hyaluronic Acid, Aloe Vera Gel. for stockists
Telephone: 01256 345605

Super Nude Attitude

OMG Revlon matte is a texture winner!
Beautifully rich matte color glides effortlessly across lips.
Suede-like, cushiony feel and with maximum color impact.
Beautifully rich shades from nude to deepest berry. If you haven't found these get shopping!Nude Attitude and Strawberry Suede are great shades for your kit!

Tuesday, 11 August 2009

Ultimate lashes?

Sod it! just cut them out...very Parisian chic ;)

Charles of the Ritz

Did you know...

In 1969 [the year I was born] the legendary makeup artist Way Bandy joined Charles of the Ritz as the salon director of makeup. Way Bandy was a legendary make up artist who was the key inspiration for Kevyn Aucoin some years later.Revlon finally shut down Charles of the Ritz in 2002.

Monday, 10 August 2009


Sensimacy. Sensuality + Intimacy. The intimation of a moment where your surroundings embrace your senses. An intimate, selfless indulgence. Embrace the art of the fragrant.

Once I chased an elusive scent. The scent of the last raindrop that was formed and crafted of natures temperemental outburst that falls from the skies. Curious. Odd. Unexpected. I am a lover of the scent of rain. Rain is my sensimacy.

I also once had a conversation with a remarkable visionary Frank Toskan [CoFounder of MAC Cosmetics] and he told me he was chasing a scent,, a scent of electricity. This caught my imagination immediately. How would electricity smell. Mixtures of earth and elemental fragments. An electrical storm dangerous between current and water. That is the scent in a MAC Product that they still make today. Go find it.

Something new on the Palette? What a discovery awaits u

Innovative store Palette London is an eclectic mix of vintage clothing and accessories, contemporary fashion, gifts, artworks, funky homeware and furniture.
Owner Mark Ellis has a simple rule, if the item is gorgeous, unusual and either vintage, modern or superbly designed he’ll stock it at Palette London. If that item fuses vintage and new elements – so much the better. Passionate about cutting-edge modern design and timeless quality, he’s put aside a successful career in marketing and launched Palette London so he can share that passion with like-minded customers.

A: 21 Canonbury Lane, Islington, London N1 2AS

M: multimap


T: 020-7288 7428

Sunday, 9 August 2009

Make up Techniques: Eye Openers

To make the eyes appear larger there are several techinques you can employ:

[1] Line the inside waterline with a flesh coloured eyeliner such as Jemma Kidd I Perfector which will eradicate the inner pinkness to the waterline and create a more open effect. Painterly MAC Paintpot also works brilliantly but this placement is not the true purpose of the product,however that never stops a make-up artist if the effect is warranted.
[2] Line the inside waterline with a white coloured eyeliner such as MAC Fascinating Kohl which will be more dramatic but cheat the illusion that the white of the eye is 1mm larger from a distance. Shu Uemura has a great double ended pencil which is matte white and on the other end metallic white.

[3] Line the inside waterline with an icy pastel powder blue coloured eyeliner which will be cool in tone but cheat the illusion that the white of the eye is crisper and blue/white less discoloured or yellowish from a distance. Just before you reach the end of the inside waterline [towards the outer edge] break the line with a dash of white. This will create a more open effect as it results in a liner 'gap'

[4] Curl Lashes and define the eye with a top lid eyeliner but make the line slightly fuller towards the centre of the eye,resulting in a rounder eye effect.

[5] Rememeber pale, satin, metallic and glosses on the eyelid 'pull' the eye forward optically so this will also enhance the desired effect.

[6] Apply a false lash section insert to the outer 1/3 of the eye to lift and open the expression of the eye.

Paul Poiret moments

In 1910 Sergei Diaghilev's Russian ballet became hugely influential in fashion. Influenced by the styles of the ballet, Paul Poiret created designs based on the ballet costumes and these took London by storm. This had a definite influence on make-up and clothes. Tattooing became especially popular among society ladies and many a society hostess had lips, pink blushes and dark eyebrows permanently needled in.

Paul Poiret (20 April 1879, Paris, France - 30 April 1944, Paris) was a French fashion designer. His contributions to twentieth-century fashion have been likened to Picasso's contributions to twentieth-century art.

Wednesday, 5 August 2009

Round of Applause

Man-e-cure, manicure polish for men, leaves a subtle, matte finish, for a natural look. Toluene and Formaldehyde-free, this polish gives the appearance of well groomed nails, a necessity for professional men.

Tuesday, 4 August 2009

Old fashioned values

I love a good old fashioned chemist to explore. Its in the DNA of a Professional Make Up Artist. If you haven't already found this gem explore it today! John Bell & Croyden. This pharmacy has the privilege of holding the Royal Warrant as Pharmacists to Her Majesty The Queen.The store is situated on the corner of Welbeck Street and Wigmore Street, close to Harley Street, the medical centre of excellence in the UK.
52-54 Wigmore St
London, W1U 2AU
020 7935 5555

Sunday, 2 August 2009

Legendary Icons: Veruschka

There are many amazing people I have had the great fortune to meet and paint in this crazy job of Make-up Artist. One of the most amazing is Veruschka who I had the privilege to meet and do make-up on for Boudicca catwalk. For the show she had tiny ice blue lights [attached to a battery pack] fixed to her ears...only in the fashion industry! Viva Veruschka.

Saturday, 1 August 2009

Hey Pigeon Tips

Nails inspired by London skies and Pigeons. Barry M Nail Colour 293.Add a silver platinum tip for a contemporary twist.

Blackstage secret!

OK so I tested the MAC Smolder, MAC Ebony, MAC Graphblack, Bobbi Brown Black pencil eyeliner and JKMS Define Stayput eyeliner in Pitch. I asked students to swatch, smudge and hold under running water to see which was most durable and gripped. The winner....Pitch by Jemma Kidd Make Up School! This really is a great black pencil and when I was in Texas I met loads of women who swore by it...try it you will be impressed!

Wednesday, 29 July 2009

Make Up Artistry Legends

To the next generation of budding artists...look to those who have stood before you. Learn from your heritage. Legends.

Way Bandy
Guy Bourdin
Richard Sharah
Pablo Manzoni
Serge Lutens

La Roche Posay

The Formulation Charter established by La Roche-Posay Laboratoire Pharmaceutique guarantees products with optimum skin tolerance and minimum secondary effects.

Non-comedogenic and purified, La Roche-Posay treatments are designed to avoid saturating the skin with superfluous active ingredients and to deliver their healing action to the very core of the epidermis.

For La Roche-Posay Laboratoire, the formulation stage is anchored in selecting the raw materials to be used. Those raw materials whose intolerance risks (allergies included) cannot be evaluated and those whose tolerance is not optimal are not used.

Each La Roche-Posay treatment is formulated with a La Roche-Posay
Thermal Spring Water base.
.The choice of raw materials is based on rigorous criteria of innocuousness and analytical grade, and knowledge acquired over time.
.A minimum of ingredients is used and unnecessary ingredients are discarded.
.Associations of active ingredients are limited and complex combinations are avoided.
.Only perfumed compositions that do not contain raw materials with known allergy potential are used. .Microbiological purity is ensured by means of hygienic packaging (sterile doses, cannula tubes, etc.) and by preservatives with an optimum balance of effectiveness and innocuousness.
.Microbiological tests are carried out at different stages of production.
.The content of formulas is clearly presented in a complete list of ingredients on the packaging...
.An expiry date indicated on the products ensures their freshness.

If you want to stay young....SPF! Simple sense.

My Favourite,La Roche Posay Hydraphase XL Legere developed to meet the expectations of dermatologists, providing a daily intensive re-hydration as well as the highest protection against daily-UVA rays, present all year round and responsible for the premature ageing of the skin. Contains Mexoryl XL. Daily Anti-UVA protection: a very high level of protection, effective throughout the day to prevent the appearance of wrinkles and sun spots. SPF 15 – UVA (IPD 40-PPD 12). Hydraphase XL is formulated with LA Roche-Posay Thermal Water, rich in selenium and with anti-radical properties. - 1.35oz. / 40ml.

Korres Face primer - lovin' it! +No Silicone!!!

A silicone-free, 99 percent natural, antioxidant-rich face primer that creates the perfect canvas for makeup application.

What it does:
Rich in skin-soothing botanicals and Vitamin E, this 99 percent natural formula refines skin texture without silicone, minimizes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and reduces pore size. Your skin will be primed and ready for a makeup application.

What it is formulated WITHOUT:
- Silicone
- Parabens
- Sulfates
- Synthetic Fragrances
- Synthetic Dyes
- Mineral Oils
- Petrochemicals
- Phthalates
- GMOs

Art School Nails

Secret ingredient...Acrylic can make any colour from Coraline Turquoise to the limits of your imagination.In order for the acrylic to stay on your nails, you have to first do a layer of Base Coat, and then the acrylic paint, and then a top coat over it. Get painting!

Discovery -Epicuren Enzyme Moisturiser

I am a loyal La Roche Posay skincare fan but from time to time I like to vary and try new products into my skincare regime. This is my new find. Watch this space. Epicuren is an interesting line ;)

The Twilight Edward Cullen Lip


* Benefit Silky Finish Lipstick in Ms. Behavin (they used this colour on all the Cullen's)
* Noriko Cranberry Lip Balm

Tuesday, 28 July 2009

Stateside....Reloving Revlon!

If you know someone popping into Target or CVS get them to grab you Revlon's Illuminance Creme Shadow Not Just Nudes..this is a great palette of creme shadow naked skin tones.Couple more matte, couple frosted.

Illamasqua Milf Nail Laquer.....catch it if you can

MAC Watch.....The Perfect Porcelain Cheek

Be sure to grab this matte blush when it hits the stores! The Perfect Cheek [Matte]
Available September 09 MAC/Richard Phillips Line

Now you all know I love a sharply tailored brow....

Im loving..Shavata Brow Tamer and its odd little synthetic comb brush.
The Brow Tamer is the first click-and-twist clear gel mascara pen that is perfect for taming and styling unruly eyebrows. The Brow Tamer is ideal for on the go brow tidying. A makeup bag must have.

That Mr Horne loves garnets...shiny sparkly garnets

Hollywood has spoken and seen red,,,

There is a man in Hollywood called Drew. He is unusual. Slightly pale. He has distinctive tastes and somewhat unorthadox creative digits. However he is friendly. Do not be alarmed. He also has a good sense of colour and smell. He has shared his love of red for you. Trust him.

MAC Reel red cream colour base
MAC Nightmoth lip liner in corners of mouth

The Magnificient Linda Mason

I was in NYC, the weather was horrendous. It was pouring rain, but I was on a quest. A quest to find the Linda Mason shop. I found salvation there creatively one wet and wonderful afternoon, and a vision with yellow orange hair entertained my cosmetic investigations. It was Linda. And she was magnificent. Truly creative. To makeup what Westwood is to clothes. Discover her. x

Linda Mason
26 Grand Street Gr Fl.
New York, NY 10013
Phone: 212 625-0490

Sunday, 26 July 2009

Timeless Loren

Just as good today as then :)

Saturday, 25 July 2009

Dolores del good and a MAC Lippy!

Next time you are at the MAC Shop check out Del Rio...a classic!

Thursday, 23 July 2009

Lessons in lateness and greatness

Life can be stressful running between A and B, take a lesson from Dovima and just strike a glide.

Sing along with Isaac

SS10 Hue Inspirations

Old haunts of a make up artist

Terry Barber [Director of Make up Artistry at MAC now]and I used to love the South Molton Drug store [years ago] and many a time we were late back to Selfridges caught up in discount baskets discovering cheap cult make up items which we would risk employment for! Sadly it moved years ago from its original South Molton street location...but here it now rests...go and crunch fun!
South Molton Drug Store
583 Roman Road
London, E3 5EL
020 8981 5040

Super Seaweed

Kelp (laminaria), a large leafy algae, grows along cold climate coastlines and can bring a healthy glow to skin. Kelp powder has exfoliating properties that make it a great addition to a facial mask. It increases blood circulation and stimulates lymph production to eliminate toxins. It's also a mineral-rich body scrub for removing surface impurities

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Keeping a check on reality

Super nudes

Georgio Armani Beauty Lip Wax #1 - Nude beige – a shade lighter than the natural lip color

Tuesday, 21 July 2009

Did you know...

Good old Bicarbonate of Soda mixed with your regular facial cleanser makes a fantastic exfoliant and will give your skin a great refinishing pamper! Give it a try!

Monday, 20 July 2009

Flora moments

Check this out by the creativity of Chinyee Chu...she is one creative lady and my best took her nanoseconds.

Red Alert

Having decided to explore every red lipstick on the market here are my favourites

MAC Ruby Woo
MAC Lady Danger
MAC Russian Red
MAC Diva
MAC Viva Glam 1
NARS Jungle red
NARS Red Lizard
NARS Shanghai Express
NARS Fire Down Below
NARS Diablo pot gloss
Jemma Kidd Sophia
Estee Lauder Classic Red

If you just buy one classic red to get the Vintage Glamour look then I would opt for Viva Glam 1 by MAC as the proceeds go to charity. The perfect deep blood cherry red is Sophia by Jemma Kidd which also has a balm on the other end to dilute and sheer.

Sunday, 19 July 2009

Super nudes

Perfect Rouge, created by Shiseido Makeup Artistic Director Dick Page, brings together Shiseido's powerful skincare and cutting-edge color technologies to create the ultimate, luxurious lipstick with clear, true color and a rich full looking finish.
Spiced Cream BE109

Classic Glamour Manicure

If you want that perfect glamour sharp manicure you can't really beat the heritage that is the House of Chanel. LOVE Le Vernis Nail Colour 475 Dragon.