Love them or hate them, you can’t deny that these girls know a thing or two about world domination. With they’re Louboutins now firmly placed in the beauty world, make up bloggers everywhere are talking about Khroma beauty, the Kardashian sister’s soon to be released cosmetic range….including moi.
Us Brits are going to have to wait a bit longer to get our hands on the range, which is due to be released in the US in December. However, the Kardashian clan have teased their fans with sneak peak of the range with some very enticing promo shots.
The line has been described as an ‘affordable’ range of luxury lashes, mascaras and ‘kardazzle compacts’. Although the initial release is all about the eyes, further releases in February are to include a skin illuminator, a finishing powder and a face mask.
Kim stated on her blog: “we’ve always wanted to release our own cosmetics line, so this is a dream come true”
Whether your a fan or not, there is no denying that the Kardashian sisters have been exposed to some of the best make up artists in the world, giving me hope that this range will live up to its hype. Only time will tell.
Till next time dolls.
My un-healthy obsession with lashes has just been cranked up a notch with The Vintage cosmetic company’s new false eyelash range (£6.50 a pair). There are five different styles to choose from including Kitty, Nancy, Connie and Betty and Gracie meaning that there is a vintage style for every mood.
I was lucky enough to get my hands on Gracie, the style that promises a cute and girly style. I was not left disappointed.
The best thing about these lashes is that they are actually wearable. While the false eyelash market is still booming, there is a lack of styles out there that can actually look beautiful and believable; enter The Vintage Cosmetic Company. Easy application and durable adhesive is a must and these eyelashes deliver both whilst creating a sexy yet soft finish.
Gracie is the perfect style girls who love playing around with their eye make-up. This is because the lashes are set in separated clusters, which will add volume to your own lashes without taking all the attention away from your eye shadow and liner. Dense lashes will cover your lids but with Gracie your entire look is enhanced, not hidden.
The vintage look can be worn by anyone thanks to its ultra-feminine appeal. Think statement lips, black liquid liner and a perfect photo finish skin. I have teamed my lashes with a classic vintage look, mirroring the style of Gracie with a flirty fun edge.
Don’t forget, false eyelashes worn on their own can look really effective. These lashes have made this look easy to achieve through the invisible strip that sits comfortably on your own lash line. The slightly fanned out edges also add that little bit of glamour that mascara can’t do.
The range was launched at the vintage haven that is The Powder rooms in Soho this week, raising the bar for the eyelash market; I would recommend these lashes to everyone who needs a bit of glamour in their lives.
To pick your style visit thevintagecosmeticcompany.co.uk and get to know the vintage beauty craze, because it aint stopping anytime soon!