Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Eau Thermale Avene Soothing Moisture Mask - a specialist product

Eau Thermale Avene
Soothing Moisture Mask
£11.50 50ml

Developed for skin that has become dehydrated, weakened and reactive – red, tight and stinging, the Eau Thermale Avene Soothing Moisture Mask is a specialist product. Described as a dermo-cosmetic, it is a dermatology-based skincare cosmetic. For all skin types and sensitive skin especially, the Avene Soothing Moisture Mask contains Avene Thermal (hot) Spring Water, which originates as rain and with its soothing properties, filters through the French Cevennes Mountains absorbing minerals and elements for forty years until it reaches the spring. Avene originates in 1743 when the Avene Hydrotherapy Spring dedicated to dermatology was founded. The Eau Thermale Avene skincare line was launched in 1990.

Apply a thick layer of this highly moisturising and restoring cream at night to a cleansed face and neck, leave for ten minutes and remove with a cotton pad. The Eau Thermale Avene Soothing Moisture Mask left my skin softly hydrated overnight and maintained hydration with repeated, consistent use of this thermal spring water product. The Avene moisture mask releases the healing properties of the spring water to the skin, anti-irritating as it is absorbed, calming. A tailored skincare routine for you is suggested through Eau Thermale Avene’s Skin Diagnosis online. For skin that has become dehydrated, weakened and reactive. Excellent French skincare you will find at the pharmacy. Available from Boots stores nationwide or online, or find via the Avene Store Locator. A very reasonable £11.50 for 50ml. Not tested on animals. Hypoallergenic (tested for allergies) and non-comodogenic (non pore clogging). Paraben (skin-damaging preservative) free. Fragrance free also.


Tuesday, 4 February 2014

Lanvin Spring Summer 2014 Campaign Photo Makeup: Pat McGrath


Lanvin Spring Summer 2014 Campaign Photo
Makeup: Pat McGrath

Model (left): Sasha Luss (Women Management) 
Lanvin Spring Summer 2014 - Advert
Photography: Steven Meisel
Art Director: Ronnie Cooke-Newhouse
Makeup: Pat McGrath

This Lanvin advert features the same three models, including Sasha Luss to the left in metallic blue. Both of the shots are a mirror image, broadening the features of the models on the left and narrowing the features of the same models on the right. Also, note the return of accessories in the photo. Excellent. The makeup is far from completely natural - see it's pale effect? But in the genius hands of Pat McGrath, natural beauty is reflected. Observe the lighting also - DC


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