For the Holidays, we are sharing our wishlists for this edition of “Makeup Wars”.
Now, I’m a horrible person to shop for – I’ve been told that time and time again. It’s true. If I want something, I go get it, or I don’t need it and don’t want to bother anyone to get it for me. So, if I’m going to make a wishlist, it’s going to include things that I would never buy myself, and are too costly for anyone to gift me with, so this really should be called my “If I win the lottery, I still may think these things are too expensive to buy, but I might buy them anyway because I just won the lottery after all” list. But “wishlist” is shorter.
1. Robert Piguet ‘Fracas’ LE Parfum Set – $800
2. Bobbi Brown 2012 Holiday Trunk – $1000
3. Estee Lauder LE Celestial Charms Solid Perfume Compact – $295
4. Tom Ford 16 Color Nail Set – $480
5. Tom Ford Luxury Vanity Case – $1600
6. SK-II Pitera Inspiration Set – $1157
7. Make Up For Ever “Be Your Own Makeup Artist” Station – $950
What about you guys? Do you have a dream beauty product that is on your wishlist this year?
Don’t forget to check out what the other gals have on their wishlists this year, too:
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Bond No. 9’s motto is “Making Scents of New York”, and boy do they ever. All of their 40+ fragrances are all named after something/someplace in New York.
This fall, they will be adding two new scents to their “neighborhood” of fragrances: “Cooper Square” and “Washington Square”.
Top: “Cooper Square”, Bottom: “Washington Square”
I don’t really have any info on what the scents smell like, or their “notes”, but we all know I don’t really know much about those anyway, right? So, I’ll just say that the bottles look pretty cool – esp the “Washington Square” one with the arch on it.
“Cooper Square” launches September 1st, 2010 and “Washington Square” launches November 1st, 2010 at your local Saks Fifth Avenue Bond counter, any of the 4 NYC retail locations or online. I don’t know exact pricing but I am sure it will run along the same lines as the others, between $45 to $300+, depending on size. I know it’s not exactly budget, but, Bond’s packaging (*and scents, of course) can almost make a collector out of anyone.