September Beauty Blog Reading

Below is some great reading this week from members of the Beauty Blog Network. Enjoy!

Phyrra ushers you into Fall the new collection from Silk Naturals.

Thu from Painted Ladies reviews Benefit’s They’re Real! mascara.

Is it a keeper? The Pink Sith has finally found a full cover foundation that doesn’t look or feel like a mask with DEX New York Mineral Retouch!

A Touch of Blusher reviews Burberry Light Glow in Peony Blush.

Beauty and Fashion Tech has updated its buyer’s guide on Home Microdermabrasion.

Girl Gloss has MAC Art of Powders Swatches.

Elke shares every single nail look from New York Fashion Week. Thanks to CND.

Cinnamon Kitten falls for Annabelle’s Smudge Paint.

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Tokidoki Roller Ball Fragrance

How cute is this? Tokidoki Roller Ball Fragrance Sticks!

Tokidoki Fragrance

Six Tokidoki fragrances are available in the roller ball collection:

  • Adieu: A mix of Black Berry, Strawberry, Juicy Orange, Tiare Flower, Water Lotus, Creamy Vanilla, and Cashmere Woods.
  • Adios: With fragrances of Lemon Leaves, Pink Grapefruit, Cyclamen, Day Lilies, Pink Orchid, Lotus Blossom, White Musk, Peach Skin, and Crystallized Woods.
  • Ciao Ciao: A blend of Water Hyacinth, Out of the Shower Accord, Muguet, Day Lily, Sheer Jasmine Petals, Musk, and Sun-Drenched Woods.
  • Donutella: A collection o fRaspberry, Bright Bergamot, Muguet, Jasmine Sambac, Sandalwood, Vanilla, and Musk.
  • Sandy: A fragrant mix of Pear Blossom, Freesia, Honeysuckle, Gardenia, Hint of Vanilla, and Amber Musk.
  • Siberia: With scents of Cool Aldehydes, Muguet Petals, Night Blooming Jasmine, White Orchid, White Musk, and Soft Woods.

 

The collection is adorable and is getting rave reviews. Each roller ball stick is $18 at Sephora.

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Exploring The Different Types of Wedding Rings

Wedding rings are a ubiquitous aspect of Western society. Wherever you go, you are likely to see them on all different types of fingers. Indeed, in a society like contemporary America that seems to eschew any cultural artifact that is more than a few minutes old, and where so many cultures have blended that cultural heritage to almost nonexistence, the wedding ring has prevailed as a cultural icon that is still widely accepted and used. But despite, or perhaps because of, this ubiquity, there is an incredible diversity of wedding rings. They range from the simplest bands to the most elaborate works of jewel-encrusted art, and each unique ring signifies something about the personality and social status of the wearer. If a new wedding ring might be in store for your future, it is worthwhile to know a little about all the different kinds of rings so that you can find the one that suits you best.

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• The Simple Gold Band

It’s easy to immediately peg this ring as merely the least expensive, but there are many other reasons why a simple ring might be the best. They are popular as men’s wedding rings, because of their understated appearance. The gold for bands is available in many different colors so that you can make your ring truly unique.

• Semi Mount Rings

Diamond semi mount rings are a special type of ring that comes without a center stone, leaving instead an empty slot where a center stone picked by the wearer can be fitted. These are popular with people who might have their own stone, perhaps a family heirloom, which they wish to wear in their ring. With a semi mount ring you can select any stone or diamond and have it custom fit into the ring.

• Diamond Rings

These are perhaps the most commonplace in the popular imagination, complete with a large (in some cases, enormous) center diamond. Some people like these rings because of their great beauty and worth, while others find them too ostentatious. As with all rings, it is simply a matter of personal taste.

• The Tattoo “Ring”

Yes, this does exist. Some people opt to have a “ring” tattooed on their finger rather than wearing a traditional band. There can be many reasons for wanting to do this, but in any case, it is certainly harder to take off than a conventional ring!

Jessica writes about a wide variety of topics.  She especially enjoys writing about jewelry. You can learn more about diamond semi mount rings at http://www.frontjewelers.net

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