Wednesday, 30 June 2010

June Empties

Kit Lip Sheen
Endota Spa Fig 'n Sugar cleanser
Bloom Sweet Pea lipgloss
Elizabeth Arden Good Night's Sleep

Palmer's Gentle Daily Cleanser
Dove Nectarine and White Ginger deodorant
Cellnique Derma Whitening Essence
Ojon Hydrating Thickening Shampoo
L'Occitane Lavender Hand Cream

Monday, 28 June 2010

Al'chemy Vitamin Masque

My hair has really been suffering with the cold weather recently so I've been testing out hair masks and deep conditioning treatments, trying to find something that will help to repair my hair and get it back into a manageable condition. It was great timing that I was sent Al'chemy's Ginkgo and Jojoba Intensive Moisture Vitamin Masque to test and review.  

Here's what Al'chemy has to say: Gingko and Jojoba intensive moisture vitamin masque for hair that needs extra care. Richly nourishing and protecting ingredients such as pure Australian jojoba and certified organic avocado oils combine with gingko and white tea, vitamins E and B5, rice amino acids and wheat protein to help restore hair moisture, flexibility, strength and maintain colours and perms. Your hair will look shiny, healthy and feel more smooth and manageable.

I've been using this for about six weeks now and I'm really happy with it. I use it in place of my regular conditioner and it leaves my hair healthy, hydrated and soft. I've also been using it as a leave in conditioner and as a treatment for split ends. To use it as a leave in conditioner I just mix some with water in a spray bottle and spray it onto my hair. To use it on my split ends I just rub a small amount between my hands and rub it into the ends of my hair.

Another thing I love about Vitamin Masque is the philosophy of the company. Al'chemy and A'kin products are made by The Purist Company. Purist is an Australian company based near Sydney. The products are ingredient-rich, vegan, 100% natural botanical aromatherapy and formulated without animal ingredients or animal testing. They are free from parabens, mineral oils, silicones, sulfates, synthetic fragrances, artificial colours, propylene glycol, phthalates, DEA (MEA, TEA), ethoxylated and petrochemical cleansers .

Would I buy this? Yes, it's effective, natural and smells great!

Ingredients: aqua, behentrimonium methosulfate, cetearyl alcohol, panthenol, simmondsia chinensis seed oil, lauryl lgucoside, hydrolyzed wheat protein, sorbitol, glycerin, rice amino acids, glyceryl laurate, persia gratissima oil, tocopheryl acetate, potassium sorbate, sodium gluconate, citric acid, squalane, maltodextrin and gingko biloba extract, maltodextrin and camellia sisensis leaf extract, pelargonium graveolens flower oil, lecithin and tocopherol and ascorbyl palmitate and hydrogenated palm glycerides citrate, pogostemon cablin oil, fusanus spicatus wood oil, elettaria cardomomum seed oil, syzygium aromaticum flower oil.

Saturday, 26 June 2010

Kiehl's in Perth!

Yesterday, to my great delight, I discovered that a Kiehl's counter has opened at David Jones in Perth City. They have the full range of Kiehl's products, lovely staff and lots of samples. The counter opened yesterday, so if you are in the city head into DJ's and take a look. 

I spent about 15 minutes there with one of the lovely staff who walked me through the entire product range. I hadn't realised they made so many lovely products. They even have an acai line that's certified organic. Whilst I didn't buy anything yesterday I'll definitely be heading back there in the near future. 

Whilst I was at David Jones I noticed that the whole beauty section is getting a makeover. I'm excited to see if they will be getting any more new brands.


Friday, 25 June 2010

Post and Shame Challenge Update

I'm not even half way through the last eye liner that I'm trying to use up, even though I've been using it every day. Looks like I'll have to start wearing lots of heavy liner for a while until I start making progress with using this pencil up. I'll be very glad when this challenge is over, not because I particularly want to buy any new lip balms or eye liners, I'm just sick of using the same one every day.

This month I got rid of my Lush Let Them Eat Cake lip balm because I really didn't like it. I also finished my Kit lip balm. And not surprisingly I haven't finished another eyeliner. 

This means my tally is now ten finished lip balms, eight lip balms given away or throw out and three finished eye liners. 

Wednesday, 23 June 2010

Palmer's Gentle Daily Cleanser

Palmer's is one of my favorite brands because their products smell amazing and they work. They make of one of my favorite body moisturisers and have recently revamped and released a facial care range. I purchased the Gentle Daily Cleanser, Line Smoothing Eye Cream and Gentle Exfoliating Facial Scrub from the range and have been using the cleanser and scrub for the past few months. I gave the eye cream to Mr GQ to test out, so his review will be coming soon. I also purchased two of the Nourishing Hand Washes in Shea and Cocoa Butter. The hand washes are sulfate free so great for people with sensitive skin.

Today's review is for the Gentle Daily Cleanser. I've used a whole tube of this and am now onto my second tube. If you hadn't already guessed, I really like this cleanser, it's lovely. It effectively cleans without stripping or irritating my skin. In fact it does what it says, it gently cleans my skin. I can even use this on my eyes with no problems.

It has a very light white lily scent and I also detect a slight hint of chocolate (but that could be my imagination as I expect all Palmer's products to smell like chocolate).

Texture wise this is quite a thick, creamy cleanser. Despite the texture it goes on lightly and completely washes off. Once I've washed it off there is no residue and my face feels comfortable and normal, not tight or squeaky clean (I hate the squeaky clean feeling).

Gentle Daily Cleanser is very reasonably priced. It costs $9.99 (AUD) for a 150 gram tube, however you can often find it on sale for around $8.00 (AUD). I was recently sent the day cream and night cream to test out so I'll be reviewing them soon too. 


Saturday, 19 June 2010

Link Love

Over at theNotice, Rae talks about a new Burt's Bees lip balm... and how it reminds her of an old Lip Smacker!

Maggie shares this Foxy dupe of Too Faced's Sexpresso and Peachfuzz duo over at The Polka-Dotted Apple.

Kim Porter talks about a miracle moisturizer that's also a makeup primer, remover, and more!

Vesna from Beauty addict blog discovered one of her blushes is fake, so read this post to find out how to spot a fake Benefit Coralista!

Head over to Beautifully Glossy to discover a lip balm that GlossQueen thinks is an essential.

Glitter Geek is obsessed with everything sparkly, and she puts a glistening spin on the summer smoky eye.

Need some wedding makeup ideas? Check out Audrey Dao's wedding looks!

Pop over to melovemakeup for swatches and thoughts on the New Revlon Colorburst Lipsticks!

Get the only 10 tips you'll ever need for a fool-proof fake tan on

Champagne, French macarons and make up...Hellcandy spends an indulgent afternoon with Terry De Gunzburg, founder of By Terry.

Vex in the City takes a look at Mai Couture's Blush Papier - blush with a difference!

Lisamarie from Beauty Crazed discovers the joy that is cream blushes!

Eyelining Obsession thinks you shouldn't have to spend a fortune on great eye brushes.

You can wear nudes too! Spiced Beauty shows off MAC Lovin' it Lipstick with lip swatches.

Jen from A Beauty Junkie in London has been feeling all posh whilst checking out Estee Lauder's new Pure Colour Shadow.

Retrodiva splurges a bit with Chanel's Coco Rouge and Red Shine Glossamer. Find out if she thinks it's worth it!


Want to win a $100 gift voucher for all your skincare needs. Head over to Yinnie's blog to check out the details!

Friday, 18 June 2010

Garnier Anti-Dark Circles Roll-On and Giveaway

Dark circles are the bane of my life. I've had them for years and can't get rid of them. Because of this I'm always on the hunt for an effective concealer. I've found some amazing ones but am always happy to try new ones. When I saw that Garnier had released a roll on concealer I had to get it. 
Anti Dark Circles Roll On comes in two colours, light to medium and medium to dark. In the picture above light to medium is the top colour and medium to dark is the bottom colour. 

Here's what Garnier has to say:

Is Garnier anti dark circles roll on right for me?
Yes, if dark circles regularly appear under your eyes and a basic eye cream is no longer enough to refresh your tired appearance. You are looking for an immediate solution to correct your dark circles.
How is it different?
Garnier has created anti dark circles roll on, our first massaging roll on which combines an anti dark circles moisturiser enriched with natural ingredients, with an long lasting tinted concealer for instant coverage. This formula, combined with the massaging roller-ball, provides a complete solution for dark circles and tired eyes.
How does it work?
The refreshing roll-on provides a double action against dark circles:
Instant coverage: concentrated in mineral pigments, the formula ensures extensive coverage of dark circles. Long lasting, it naturally conceals your dark circles thanks to its natural tone.
Anti-fatigue effect: enriched with caffeine, known for it's stimulating properties, and lemon essence, known for its clarifying properties, the hydrating formula combined with the massage boost reduces the signs of fatigue.
Contains sunscreen.
Visible effectiveness: Immediately dark circles are concealed, their intensity and visibility are reduced. The eye contour is more radiant, hydrated and smoother. 
I can happily say that I agree with all of the statements made by Garnier. Anti-Dark Circles concealer hydrates my eye area and covers my dark circles. As my dark circles are very dark I apply two layers. The great thing about this is that as it's so light I can reapply it throughout the day without it looking cakey or sinking into my fine lines.
I have dry skin so use an eye cream underneath Anti-Dark Circles, however for people who don't have dry skin I think this would be hydrating enough on it's own. The roller ball is a great, easy way to apply the concealer. I just roll it on, leave it to settle for about 30 seconds then pat in the excess concealer and I'm done.

Would I buy this again? Yes!

And now for the giveaway part. I have two Medium to Dark concealers to give away. One is brand new and still in the box and the other I used for the swatches above. If you'd like to win one, just subscribe to my blog and leave a comment letting me know you'd like to enter the competition. The winner will be picked randomly and the competition closes on 12 July. 

Ingredients: aqua, cyclopentasiloxane, alcohol denta, butylene glycol, ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate, phenyl trimethicone, peg-10 dimethicone, squalane, bis-peg/ppg-14/14 dimethicone, magnesium sulfate, talc, nylon-12, maltitol, disodium stearoyl glutamate, aluminum hydroxide, sorbitol, caffeine, citrus meidca limonum extract.
May contain: titanium dioxide, iron oxides.

Thursday, 17 June 2010

Great competitions at Spa Universe

True Solutions have revamped their Spa Universe website and to celebrate are running competitions throughout June and July. The competitions are open to Australia and New Zealand.

Here are the details:
To celebrate our new Spa Universe website launch, we are giving all Australian and New Zealand website visitors in June and July 2010 a chance to ‘Experience Our Universe’ on:, @spauniverse and Facebook/SpaUniverse.

Our Spa Universe program has the 'best of the best' services and products from around the world and we want you to have a chance to experience some of our most popular products from our top brands for the month of June and July 2010. And we’re taking it into the social-universe.
What does that mean? It means we’re giving away products through our website, on our Facebook fan page and our Twitter page – it’s open to everyone and anyone in the social media sphere.
There are just a few things you have to remember:
• At the start of every week, visit this page on the new Spa Universe website to get the new code word.
• Every Wednesday in the month of June and July 2010 is Website Wednesday's, where you can enter to win products on our website.
• Every Thursday in the month of June and July 2010 is Twitter Thursday’s, where you must tweet our code word of the week and @spauniverse to go in the draw. Eg: #WeLoveSpaUniverse @SpaUniverse in one Tweet.
• Every Friday in the month of June and July 2010 is Facebook Fridays where you must jump on our Spa Universe fan page and leave a comment on our wall with mention of our codeword.
Code word for week beginning June 14th, 2010: WeLoveSpaUniverse
Competition link:
Twitter link:
Facebook link:

Wednesday, 16 June 2010

2010 Sydney International Spa and Beauty Expo

Sydney International Spa & Beauty Expo 2010

4th – 5th September 2010
Sydney Exhibition and Convention Centre

This year Australia’s premier spa and beauty trade event is back with more innovation, a fresh vision and a new focus covering all areas on the spa and beauty business spectrum. Leading brands Payot, Thalgo, Youngblood, Dermalogica, Essie, OPI, Sothys, Pelativ, Danné Montague-King and Minx Nails, to name but a few, will be exhibiting at this year’s Expo.

‘Health and Wellbeing’ is again a focus and this year visitors can explore how this contemporary approach to the industry will transform their businesses. Innovative technologies, the newest spa and beauty trends and a stellar lineup of industry professionals are all included in this year’s lineup.

This holistic approach to health and business will be explored in the themed Concept Spa area, set to push the boundaries of innovation by taking visitors on a sensory journey to demonstrate the latest customer service techniques – an essential go-to hot spot for all spa and salon owners and managers. 

Rae Morris will be weaving her makeup magic in another round of her revolutionary Advance Class Workshops, indispensable for all budding makeup artists. Similarly beauty school pioneers, Elly Lukas College, return for 2010 with two  ground-breaking interactive workshops. An essential stop for beauty therapists, Elly Lukas will present Eyelash Extension and Sound Therapy workshops, with live demos, and the latest application techniques. 

Celebrity favourite, makeup artist extraordinaire, Max May will be live on the main stage sharing the secret of his success with demos of the latest trends in makeup. Visitors also will be inspired by the Makeup Awards where competitors battle across 2 categories – Super Heroes and Villains and Brides through the Ages! And with daily catwalk shows and the Nail Awards it will be one busy expo schedule.
Pampers and champers will be in abundance as visitors can try a hot new manicure at the Nail Bar or get the girls together for a glass of bubbles in the brand new Champagne Lounge.

Sydney International Spa & Beauty Expo 2010 will offer salon owners, store managers and beauty professionals a unique vision on the latest innovations in the beauty and spa arena.

Event Details
Venue  :                       Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre
Date:                            4th – 5th September 2010
10am – 5pm daily
Contact:                       Natasha Duivenbode
Ph:                                +61 2 9422 8964
 Picture credit: Hair & makeup by Rachel Montgomery @ Art House Creative Management

Monday, 14 June 2010

Neutrogena Oil Free Eye Makeup Remover

For a while there I didn't bother with eye make-up remover, I'd just use my regular cleanser on my eyes. I've now decided that it's better to use an eye make-up remover as it's more gentle.

When I first started using Neutrogena's Oil Free eye make-up remover I didn't like it because it felt quite oily. Strange, considering it's oil free. Then I read the back of the bottle and realised that it's a dual-phase product so needs to be shaken up before use. Clever. One I started shaking it up before use I decided I really liked it. It's amazing how well things work when used as intended isn't it?

I'm very happy with this eye make-up remover. It removes my make-up quickly with just one wipe. I let it sink in for about a minute and then wipe gently and all my eye make-up is removed. I've found this to be very gentle on my eyes, even during hay fever season when my eyes are super sensitive.

Here's what Neutrogena has to say about their eye makeup remover: This dual-phase 100% oil-free liquid activates when shaken to gently whisk away even waterproof eye makeup without any tugging, pulling or stinging. Your skin is left feeling clean and fresh with no oily residue. Aloe and cucumber extracts soothe skin.

Would I buy this again? Yes, it's gentle, effective and reasonably priced.

Ingredients: cyclopentasiloxane, water, cyclohexasiloxane, aloe barbadensis leaf juice, benzyl alcohol, sodium chloride, dipropylene glycol, poloxamer 182, allantoin, tripotassium edta, benzalkonium chloride, glycerin, cucumber fruit extract, potassium phosphate, dipotassium phosphate.

Friday, 11 June 2010

Using Things Up

For the last ten years I've always had a lot of products waiting around to use up. That meant that I'd usually have a lot of them open and on rotation. I'd use something for a few weeks, get bored with it and open something else. Doing this meant that I rarely used anything up. This year, since I started trying to use up my skin care products and get down to my ideal stash size I've been using one or two of each product at a time. It's made a big difference in how quickly I get through things. I'm also not allowing myself to start a new product until I've used one up.  

I've been really surprised at how quickly I'm using things up now that I use them exclusively. I generally go through a day cream in two months. Who would have guessed that? Face serums last about two months also and night creams last about three months. I haven't used up an eye cream yet, so I can't say how long they last, but I'd guess at about five to six months.

Cleansers last approximately two months, face scrubs four months and body lotions six weeks. Shampoo and conditioner seem to last forever and so do body scrubs and shower gels. Eye make-up removers go really quickly, in about four to five weeks.

So for all of you wondering how I use things up so quickly, that's my secret. 

Now if only I could manage the same thing with my make-up.....

Wednesday, 9 June 2010

RoC Enydrial Lip Care

As a lip balm addict I have a whole pile of lip balms on my wish list that I can't get hold of in Australia. RoC Enydrial was one of them. It's been on my wish list for about five years now and I haven't been able to find it anywhere. To my great delight, when I emailed Leah from Addicted 2 Lip Balm to ask if she could stock them, she agreed! 

If you haven't heard of Addicted 2 Lip Balm, it's lip balm addict heaven. Imagine all of the lip products that you wished you could buy in Australia, and all the products that you can buy here and you love, all in the one place. That's Addicted 2 Lip Balm. Additionally, it's the only place in Australia where you can buy RoC's Enydrial Lip Care.

Now onto RoC's Enydrial Lip Care. I've been hearing great things about this balm for years. Because of that I had pretty high expectations for this balm and I can happily say it has lived up to them.

Enydrial Lip Care isn't a fancy, pretty looking flavoured balm, it's a workhorse balm. If it was a car it'd be a ute. But that doesn't really help describe the balm does it? Enydrial Lip Care is quite amazing. It's very hydrating and is ideal for lips suffering from extreme winter dryness. I've been using this at night and I wake up with soft, smooth lips.

The texture is very rich and creamy. It feels like a lip butter, thick but not waxy or greasy. After I've put this on my lips look smooth and plump with a soft shine. As it's so rich Enydrial Lip Care lasts at least three hours before I need to reapply. 

If you are looking for a fragrance and flavour free balm that is super hydrating and can be used by the whole family, this is the balm for you. 

Ingredients: hydrogenated polyisobutene, polyisobutene, synthetic wax, polyglyceryl-3 diisostearate, caprylic/capric triglyceride, ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate, disteardimonium hectorite, tocopheryl acetate, lauroyl lysine, hydrated silica, alcohol, bisabolol.

Monday, 7 June 2010

I'm having a love affair

And Mr GQ knows all about it. In fact sometimes he even joins in. Don't panic, I'm not cheating on Mr GQ. I'm having a love affair with In Essence products. They're amazing!
 It all started a few months ago. I needed a new candle so was browsing around the shops looking for something different. I noticed In Essence had a gwp and naturally had to take a closer look. My friend Music had told me that she loves In Essence products and when I smelled their Blissful Body Bar (soap) and Tahitian Escape candle I had to buy them.
The gwp was amazing. It contained a full size body scrub, grapefruit essential oil and hand cream and a travel size shower gel and monoi body lotion.

 I've since purchased twice more from In Essence and got an amazing gwp both times. In Essence seem to have constant gwp's which is brilliant. 

My second purchase was Tahitian Escape mood reeds and two Blissful Body Bar's. I'm obsessed with the Blissful Body Bar. It smells heavenly. I wish they made it in a perfume and essential oil.  

 The second gwp contained a full sized hand cream, body balm and neroli essential oil plus a travel sized monoi oil body lotion.

The product that tipped my obsession over the edge into full blown addiction was the Ultra Rich Body Balm. This stuff smells amazing! The fragrance is a beautiful mix of neroli, grapefruit, lavender, mimosa flowers and apricots. It has become my new favourite rich winter body lotion.  

My third purchase from In Essence was the electric oil burner. I wish I'd bought this sooner, it's such a brilliant idea. For some reason I didn't take a photo of the gwp that I got when I bought the oil burner so I can't tell you exactly what was in it but I do remember it contained a full sized bath oil and a travel sized monoi body lotion.

Saturday, 5 June 2010

Link Love

Over at theNotice, Rae has been bitten stung by the Misikko bug -- and she is not pleased!

Betty Girl Makeup is back, and continuing on with her series on contouring!

Vex in the City shares her delight at discovering the wonders of Mehron's new Celebré HD-Pro foundation.

Lisamarie from Beauty Crazed checks out the multitude of choices in lash enhancers.

Louise pens a love letter to a BLUE eyeshadow, and is now trying to deal with her embarrassment.

Mz. More from The Glamorous Gleam tells you all about her experience with the Zoya Nail Polish Exchange, and shows off her new goodies!

Does your significant other complain about "too girly" shower gel scents? Want a happy medium? Look no further and discover what shower gel Hellcandy and her bf are raving about!

Jeweled Thumb shares how she spot cleans her brushes, and reviews 6 cleansers to help you find the best one for you!

Hot Beauty Health shares the top beach beauty buys for summer 2010!

Krasey Beauty meets Dany Sanz, the artist, legend, and creator of Make Up For Ever.

Spiced Beauty shows you that you can look fab in red lipstick... even if it just costs a dollar!

There's a new natural cosmetics line on the block! Lipglossiping casts her eye over Bourjois' little sister, Une.

Jolie Laide Girl is glowing with Make Up Forever's HD Blushes.

Learn how to get 'Perfect Skin' with the help of makeup artist Jon Hennessy at Makeup by Kim Porter.

Phyrra shows you the newest collection from Aromaleigh, Victoria’s Revenge. If you like steampunk, you’ll love this collection!


Find out what Audrey Dao is giving away for June's Reader of the Month Giveaway!

Cindy from Prime Beauty is a Stila IT girl and you can be too, with her awesome Stila giveaway!

Friday, 4 June 2010

Samples I've been trialling

I've been using a few samples lately and thought I'd do mini reviews of them. I don't want to do full reviews as I haven't been using the products long enough.

Stila Illuminating Tinted Moisturiser: I really liked this, it was hydrating enough that I didn't need moisturiser underneath and it made my skin look radiant. I'm planning on buying this.

Stila Illuminating Liquid Foundation: This was nice but quite sheer. I find it very similar to the Bourjois Ten Hour Sleep Effect foundation.

Ojon Restoraitve Hair Treatment: I used this once, it smells amazing and made my hair feel lovely. I didn't love it enough to buy a full sized one though.

Elixia Tinted Multi-V Moisturiser: This was lovely, I'd buy a full sized one if the price was right. It's light so doesn't give a lot of colour but it feels really nice on my skin. I still have to wear a moisturiser underneath it. 

Elixia Nourishing Antioxidant Serum: This is really nice. It's moisturising enough that I can wear it without moisturiser over the top and it feels lovely on my skin.

Jurlique Daily Exfoliating Cream: I don't understand how this is supposed to work. Jurlique says that you for a smooth paste with it and then apply the paste to your face with a press and release motion. I did that and ended up with clumps of product all over my face. It didn't exfoliate or do anything. Maybe I wasn't using it properly?

Wednesday, 2 June 2010

Nivea Touch of Happiness Body Lotion

I've turned into a huge Nivea fan since they revamped a lot of their products. I've always used and loved their products, but now I love them even more. The new body lotion bottles look so sleek and cute. Packaging really makes a difference to me. Maybe that means I'm superficial? I like things that look nice sitting on my dressing table.

I was lucky enough to receive a bottle of Happiness Body Lotion to review. I've used it nearly every day since I received it because I love the smell. The lotion feels light but is very moisturising. It's been working wonders on my dry, winter skin. 

Nivea says: Touch of Happiness body lotions moisturises and cares for you skin, leaving it with a beautiful mild scent of orange flower. This gorgeous silky textured lotion is enriched with natural bambooo extracts and milk proteins, provides fast absorbing moisturisation and a feel good sensation for your skin all day long. 

Would I buy this? Yes, it's a lovely, effective moisturiser that smells amazing.

Ingredients: aqua, glycerin, caprylic/capric triglyceride, myristyl myristate, alcohol denat, blyceryl stearate citrate, glyceryl glucoside, dimethicone, octyldodecanol, hydrolyzed milk protein, babmusa vulgaris shoot extract, propylene glycol, butylene glycol, sodium carbomer, cetearyl alcohol, sorbitan stearate, xanthan gum, methylparaben, phenoxyethanol, propylparaben, limonene, linalool, butylphenyl methylpropional, citronellol, alpha-isomethyl ionone, geraniol, parfum. 

Tuesday, 1 June 2010

Make Up Store Opening in Myer!

I am so excited about this! Hopefully they'll open a counter in Perth soon.

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Make Up Store to open in Myer

July 2010 marks the momentous opening of the cosmetic industries’ favoured make up brand, Make Up Store, at Myer.

Known for professional quality with a fashion lead ethos, Make Up Store boast international stores in 25 countries, serving savvy, makeup fashionistas the world over.

Myer Director of Cosmetics, Rob Gregory is excited to bring Make Up Store to Myer cosmetic halls.

“Myer consistently focuses on building it’s cosmetic house legion and Make Up Store’s dedicated space will be as an integral beauty hub in our cosmetics halls.” Mr. Gregory said.

Make Up Store, Australia, CEO, Daniel Gabriel, remarked: “Myer is the department store leader in quality brands and we’re certain that the department stores savvy customers will love our professional quality products and competitive prices. There’s even more to come in 2010 for Make Up Store, Australia, so watch this space!”

Since the opening of the first Australian store in Paddington almost 5 years ago the brand has grown to become a favourite of the beauty press, professional makeup artists and celebrities alike.

Pivotal to the brands success so far has been a commitment to educating the consumer. Customers will be able to learn tips, tricks and techniques from the expert Make Up Store makeup artists by signing up for a one-to-one private lesson. The style conscious will also be able to choose from over 100 eyeshadows and an abundance of lively lip shades as well as all makeup case essentials.
Make Up Store will launch into the Myer flagship store in Melbourne City, which marks the initial stages of a nationwide rollout for the brand in selected Myer stores.

Makeup fanatics, professional artists, fashion girls – rejoice!

Make Up Store is coming to Myer.