Posts in Aromatics Elixir

I did try to start this post off with a witty Christmas carol related jingle ….. but I failed. Instead, I will just show you all the pretty pictures from Clinique’s Holiday Releases for 2011.

Fall In Love With Colours

A perfect little make-up set you could throw in your handbag and call it a day. The limited edition release has everything you need and comes in the prettiest pink bag.

Includes:

  • High Impact Mascara in Black 7ml.
  • Long Last Glosswear SPF 15 in Sunset 6ml.
  • Take The Day Off Makeup Remover For Lids, Lashes & Lips 50ml.
  • Limited Edition Colour Surge Eye Shadow Palette 3.4g.
  • Cream Shaper For Eyes in Chocolate Lustre 0.8g.
  • Superbalm Moisturizing Gloss in Currant 5ml.
  • How-To Booklet
  • Pink Cosmetics Bag

AU $95 from Clinique counters and online

US $42 from Clinique online and Sephora

UK £65 from Clinique online

De-Puff and Define Eyes

This baby kit features two of Clinique’s best selling eye products from the All About Eyes range, teamed with a perfect travel size High Impact Mascara.

Includes:

  • All About Eyes, 0.5 oz / 15 ml
  • High Impact Mascara, .14 oz / 3.5 ml
  • All About Eyes Serum De-Puffing Eye Massage, .17 fl oz / 5 ml
  • Bag

AU $58 from Clinique counters and online

US $33.50 from Clinique online

UK – Unavailable at this time

Long Last Shine

Four tubes of glossyness perfect for any age.

Includes:

  • Long Last Glosswear SPF 15 in Cabana Crush 2.3ml
  • Long Last Glosswear SPF 15 in Kissyfit 2.3ml
  • Long Last Glosswear SPF 15 in Air Kiss 2.3ml
  • Long Last Glosswear SPF 15 in Fireberry 2.3ml
  • Silver embossed cosmetics bag

AU $49 from Clinique counters and online

US – Not available at this time

UK £25 from Clinique online

Chubby Colour & Shine

Ok, this has to be my pick of the litter. Four of the most popular Clinique releases going around, Continue Reading

Perfumes and fragrance are something I openly admit knowing very little about. For me it is up there with wine and cuts of meat. Wouldn’t have a clue. Yesterday an email popped into my inbox from The Fragrance Foundation Australia and it was something I found very helpful. Why, you wonder?

When people ask me what fragrances I like I usually say sweet, because I know I like the smell of sweet things. Funnily enough ‘sweet’ isn’t an actual fragrance family, so taking a look at this Top 20 list gave me the chance to see what family I tend to like. Turns out, I go for a Soft Floral or Floral. I think that is strange because Continue Reading