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Who can resist a signature floral scent, especially during the spring time?
To save you the headache of testing them out yourself, we have gathered our top five floral fragrances which are lightweight and perfect for all occasions.
Chloé Roses de Chlo, $80
As a relatively new fragrance, Chloé took an old classic and filled it with scents of bergamot essence, grey amber and of course, rose. Just one spray is enough to linger on your skin for hours and it doesn’t feel too overpowering for the day time.
Katy Perry Spring Reign, $69
Not only is the bottle a work of art, but the scent of Katy Perry’s new fragrance is perfect for the beginning of spring. Notes include cedarwood, vanilla, and gardenia, which are light and airy for the warmer season. It’s a limited edition fragrance, so be sure to catch it before it’s gone forever!
Marc Jacobs Daisy Eau de Parfum, $90
You’re probably already familiar with Daisy, but it truly is the perfect scent for spring. The calming notes of gardenia and violet petals are definitely everyone’s cup of tea, not to mention they smell absolutely delicious.
Serge Lutens Fleurs D’Oranger, $148
A cult-favourite amongst the beauty community, Fleurs D’Oranger features a white rose and jasmine fragrance which smells just like a summer garden. Apply onto your pressure points and it will leave a sweet smell all day long.
Nuxe Prodigieux Eau de Parfum Spray, $118
Released after the worldwide success of Nuxe’s Huile Prodigieuse multipurpose dry oil, the perfume version is a mirror copy without the oily residue. The soft white orange blossom is accompanied by sweet honey notes, which feel luxurious on the skin.
What is your signature fragrance this season?
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Popstars Madonna and Katy Perry are both known for being unexpected. When Katy Perry released her first hit single, I Kissed A Girl, in 2008 it shocked her family after being raised in a Christian household, but it caught the attention of millions of men and women around the world. Since then, she has continued to be a sex symbol.
Much like Madonna, who we all know to be controversial, contributing to her becoming one of the most influential cultural icons of our time. Her powerful songs and attitude have carried on since her first appearance to the music scene in 1982.
This month, they have joined together to show the world that age doesn’t matter when it comes to being sexy, it is confidence that’s the key. The two posed on the cover of V magazine for a bondage and S&M themed shoot.
In tight, lace and leather, with red lips and heels, the stars used rope to attach themselves to each other and show off their dominatrix flair. The collaboration seemed to go well, with Perry and Madonna stating they had a great experience.
Madonna is quoted as saying to Katy Perry:
“I really enjoyed working with you on the photo shoot. People always expect when two divas get together that there might be weird vibes or a strange competitiveness, but this was nice and easy and fun.”
Katy Perry, a lady who embraces the pin-up girl look, and Madonna, who played a pseudo-dominatrix for Complex in 2009, were right at home in this shoot. Yet, despite how the two looked, they both stressed it wasn’t as simple on the body as it seemed to be.
Perry described her experience to V Magazine:
“I was sore in my upper body and in my butt area from all that squatting.”
“It’s good to be sore in your butt. My neck is sore from that wonderful moment when I was sucking on your heel.”
I don’t think anyone can deny the stars look equally sexy, no matter their age.
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By Amy Miller
Growing out short hair and feeling less than inspired? You’re in luck, because these five celebrity hairstyles should convince you that a medium-lentgth hairstyle is just as chic as a bob or long hair. A style that isn’t too long or too short will frame your face, and has plenty of versatility with how you style it.
Jessica Alba’s ombre waves
One of the hottest celebrity hairstyles, Jessica Alba’s ombre waves is a great example how to style thick, naturally wavy hair. Jessica’s hair falls just below the shoulders, and you can create similar waves at home using a clamp less curling iron. But this hairstyle, which is ideal for oval-shaped faces, looks equally great straight.
Amy Poehler’s wavy bob
Funny woman Amy Poehler’s bob falls just at her shoulders, with a wispy fringe, swooped to the side, that frame her forehead and allow her to wear her hair up or down. To get Amy’s slight wave, cut layers to create movement and use a large-barrel curling iron. This medium-length hairstyle is especially flattering on heart-shaped and round faces.
Gwnenyth Paltrow’s long straight layers
Gwyneth Paltrow let her blunt bob grow out into a medium-length hairstyle with long layers that are especially defined at the ends. The super straight finish is perfect for a really strong, polished look. Use a straightening balm before straightening the hair, and finish with a light hold hairspray to tame flyaways. Try tucking one side of the hair behind the hair to show off fabulous earrings when going out.
Rachel McAdams’ loose curls
Rachel McAdams has gone from blonde to brunette to red, but always comes back to medium-length hair, which shows off her flawless skin and sparking eyes. Not ready to go all-out red like Rachel? Try auburn highlights, then have your stylist cut shapely layers which become more defined when curled in a loose spiral pattern with a medium-barrel curling iron or flat iron. It’s the perfect hairstyle for anyone with an oval face.
Katy Perry’s Old Hollywood curls
Katy Perry is the queen of transformation, so one day she might be wearing a platinum blonde wig, and another day, a retro updo. But one look she keeps coming back to medium-length hair that falls just below the shoulders. The Old Hollywood curls is a classic style that takes from you from day to night. Start by parting the hair to the side, and use large rollers to curl the ends of the hair. Try an intense hair colour like Katy’s rich chocolate brown to make the hairstyle stand out even more.
Which celebrity has your favourite medium-length hair?
Celebrity makeup artist Jake Bailey created Katy Perry’s pretty, glowing Grammys makeup, and shares some easy makeup tips for recreating the look at home!
“I started by prepping her skin with Olay’s new Regenerist Luminous Tone Perfecting Cream.
Once the moisturiser had absorbed, I got to work on the skin. Since we were going for maximum “glow,” I mixed equal parts COVERGIRL BB cream and COVERGIRL TruBLEND Liquid Foundation on the back of my palm before buffing it all over her face and neck with a soft brush for sheer coverage and a polished glow.”
“I started the eye look by painting a delicate line onto her lashline and a subtle cat eye wing in the outer corners of her eyes using COVERGIRL Bombshell Liquid Liner.
I then coated her lashes with Bombshell Volume Mascara, top and bottom. I used the first coat to get that volumised look and then applied the second coat for the intense jet black wet lash look.
I then applied Bombshell Shine Shadow in Gold Goddess into the crease of her eyelid and highlighted her lids and browbones with Flamed Out Shadow in Blazing White.
I finished the eye look with a strong brow and a coat of clear mascara to hold them in place.”
“Once I finished with the eyes, I warmed and highlighted her complexion using COVERGIRL TruMAGIC Sunkisser and Luminizer. I blended the Sunkisser along the hairline and into the hollows of the cheeks to add warmth and dimension.
I then took the Luminizer and used it to add a golden glow to her cheekbones, tip of her nose and just above the cupids bow of her lips.
Once I set the makeup with COVERGIRL + Olay Pressed Powder, I dusted a little bit of shimmery coral blush on the apples of her cheeks.”
“I finished the look with a fresh coral/pink shade called “Heavenly” from the COVERGIRL LipPerfection collection and tipped it with a touch of balm for extra shine.”
What do you think of Katy Perry’s Grammys makeup?