Description: Boyd's Blush Makeup Bouquet is a gorgeous palette to highlight and illuminate or tone and define the cheeks. It comes with a range of complementary colors.
The Blush Bouquet effortlessly adds warmth and a radiant glow to your complexion. Formerly Renoir Blush Bouquet.
PETAL-PERFECT BLUSH: A blush that deserves to be seen, Rose Powder Blush is gorgeous in the compact and even prettier on cheeks. This is one petal-perfect beauty that you'll reach for again and again.
AVAILABLE IN 3 SHADES: Choose from 3 different matte or shimmery pretty pink shades to contour your face and add a natural rosiness to your cheeks.
CRUELTY-FREE BEAUTY: The natural-finish powder is formulated to softly shape, contour, and highlight with flattering shades that complement every skin tone. Never tested on animals.
For Contour: Create definition by starting at the temple and sweeping along the hairline, under the cheekbone, and down the jawline.
For Highlighter: Glide over areas where the sun hits naturally—the tops of the cheekbones, on temples, and on the bridge of the nose.
-For Pop Look: Swipe color onto the apples of the cheeks, and swirl in a circular motion, layering to your desired intensity
About the Brand: The legacy of Boyd’s is one of classic beauty and glamour. Situated on Madison Avenue and 61st Street in Manhattan, Boyd’s Cosmetics was the beauty destination for fabulous New York women of the 1960s, 70s, and 80s.
Originally named 'Boyd’s Chemists' in the 1940s, the apothecary faced overwhelming competition when discount drug stores began to crop up in the '60s. That's when Carol Fader, Boyd's Vice President, and co-owner combined her keen imagination with her love of fashion, culture, and make-up to spark an avant-garde revolution in the cosmetics industry.
The "Ten Virtues of Koh" is a list of the benefits derived from the use of incense. These Ten Virtues have been passed down from the fifteenth century (the Japan's Muromachi Era) and are still cited today as uniquely capturing the spirit of Koh.
In Japan, there was a time called Edo, which lasted 260 years from the 1600s to the 1800s.
People of different classes, such as samurai, peasants, craftsmen, and tradesmen, created their own culture during this time. In particular, people of Japan’s capital city at the time, Edo (today’s Tokyo), enjoyed the four seasons and the company of other people, giving life to a culture brimming with vitality.
This saw the emergence of words like iki. Iki was used to describe things like a gentleman’s mindset such as when men amuse themselves, the allure of a mature lady, or simple attire that enshrouded glamour beneath. The spirit of iki is still revered amongst the intellectual fashionistas in Japan.
Iki represents an urban "dandyism" of the Edo era. That can be iki by doing a small thing to give attention to something that would usually not be noticed. For example, let's say that we displayed a single flower in a small vase when your guests come to your home. It is a small display, but it gives people coming into the room a sense of comfort and a feeling of season. That would be an example of an iki arrangement. Iki can also be expressed in the thoughtfulness of one person towards another.
This series was created by master incense artisans from modern Tokyo, using fragrance to represent a range of Edo-inspired scenes. As you light the incense, an enticing wisp of smoke beckons you to Edo’s urbane world of iki. The aroma will send you back in time to Japan’s good old Edo period.
OEDO-KOH tells six different stories of people from this era. The drifting scent may awaken memories that lie deep within you.
60 -12 minute sticks per box. Each box comes with a metal burner.
About The Brand:
Nippon Kodo's devotion to making fine incense follows a long and honored tradition that started more than 400 years ago and can be traced back to Jyuemon Takai, better known as Koju, a skilled artisan in the art and the principal provider of precious rare and exquisite aromas to the Emperor of Japan and his Court.
Many of those pleasing and enduring high-quality incense fragrances, which the company continues to produce to this day, are based on the original formulas created by Koju and later by Yujiro Kito, who was hailed as the genius of fragrance during the Meiji restoration period in the 19th century - around the time that Japan opened its doors to the world and began to modernize itself.
Brought to Japan in the eighth century by Buddhist monks, who used the mystical aromas in their religious ceremonies, "Koh," as incense is called in Japanese, passed into the realm of the aristocracy centuries later as a source of amusement and enlightenment as they "listened to the fragrance" in their parlor games.
It wasn't until the 14th century in the Japan's Muromachi Era that incense reached the height of its popularity with the upper and middle classes of Japanese society, who used it as a mark of distinction and sophistication and to dispel unpleasant odors. It was around this time that samurai warriors began perfuming their helmets and armor with incense before going into battle as they prepared to meet their fate.
Now, incense promises to become even more acceptable and desirable as a new dimension in gracious living that opens up a whole new world of spiritual awareness and understanding.
With meticulous detail, master perfumers craft Mistral's distinctive fragrances in the hills of Grasse, France. Striking, original, nuanced….and unmistakably male. Make a statement to the world at large.
SALTED GIN: A refined blend of iced grapefruit, wild botanicals, and white musk, splashed with chilled saltwater and juniper.
Top:Grapefruit, Lavandin, Cool Mint Leaf
Middle:Ebony Wood, Jasmine, Gaiac Wood, Aquatic
Base:White Musk, Amber, Moss
Free from parabens and phthalates
Tested on men, not animals
Eau de Parfum concentration - strong but not overbearing
Made in France.
About The Brand:
Matt Tilker founded the company more than 25 years ago while on a trip to Europe to study alternative medicine. During a visit to Provence, he was introduced to several soap makers renown in the region. He discovered a demand for high quality soap upon returning to his home in San Diego and founded Mistral with a $1,500 loan from his grandparents.
Description: From detangling to styling, this beautiful brush does it all! The structure of the brush dries the hair quickly and effortlessly without causing damage in the process. Perfect for those who are seeking an easy way to blow-dry and create effortless style. This brush has the added elegance of a gold frame, the perfect touch! It also provides a soft scalp massage to stimulate the hair follicle.
About the Brand: The Janeke group has evolved over the course of 180 years to become a leader in the sector of cosmetics accessories as a whole. It has worked with innovation and technology to meet the constant needs of the market, using traditional age-old materials like horn, celluloid and galalite as well as injection moulded plastics.
It values craftsmanship and creativity first and foremost, offering products that have been made exclusively by hand in Italy with an eye for high design and materials of the highest quality. Over the past few years, the company have made the move from a well consolidated internal market to a growing international market.
Body Wash Infused Buffer - Fab, Fit, Fun Collection, 14+ Washes
These buffers with built-in body wash are infused with extracts of yuzu, edelweiss and vetiver root to cleanse, exfoliate, massage, and hydrate the skin for a spa-like pampering experience at home. Each sponge creates a scented lather that endures for at least 14+ washes showers after shower.
Built-In Body Wash + Buffer
Multi-Function, Multi-Use, 14+ Uses
All in One Beauty Treatment
Extracts of Yuzu, Edelweiss, & Vetiver
Vegan Friendly, Cruelty-Free
Proprietary Infusion Technology
Good for travel
Comes with hanging ribbon
How to Use: Place sponge under water, squeeze to absorb. Massage in a circular motion to cleanse skin. Squeeze out excess water after each use.
Black Orchid: Bergamot, Juicy Mandarin, Orchid Petals, Jasmine, Black Gardenia, Lotus Flower, Ylang Ylang, Sandalwood, Patchouli, Vanilla
Peony Flower: Rose Stems, Petitgrain, Red Apple, Damascone Rose, Waterlily, Papaya Flower, Cashemran, Clean Musk
Our Elegant Gardenia is a classic version of the namesake flower that is a perennial favorite. Seductive and irresistible, this heady fragrance is enhanced with violet and freesia to make a lasting impression. Seda France Diffuseurs create a continuously fragrant atmosphere, contributing to your home's mood and ambiance with no effort required – simply combine all the elements and enjoy.
Each diffuser set contains 8 ounces of high-quality, alcohol-free fragrance oil, natural wooden reeds and a hand-blown glass container, making this an attractive decorative accessory as well. And all the elements of our room diffuseur set come in the ultimate "no wrapping paper needed" packaging, a gorgeous toile patterned cylindrical box with a handle and attached lid.
Best of all, our diffuseurs provide a steady stream of fragrance for a full 3-4 months.
Lasts approximately: 3-4 months
Gardenia, violet & freesia
Signature packaging, needs no gift wrapping
6.5" x 3.5" diffuser holder
comes with diffuser sticks
comes with a container of diffuser oil
all products comes in a gift box, for easy gift giving