I usually do not review fragrances because I am not good at describing smells and notes, etc. etc. but this one really reminds me of Lancome's La Vie est Belle, so I thought if you already own, or know what La Vie est Belle smells like, then this might be helpful. I've read another review on Sephora comparing it to Flowerbomb). The only major difference in smell, is that Angel Eau Sucrée is a bit more fresh, while La Vie est Belle is a bit more warm.
Angel Eau Sucrée does not have good lasting power but it is an EDT, so I am not surprised about that however, the scent is quite strong for the first hour or so. It made me somewhat nauseous when I wore one spritz of this on my wrist for the first time. Another thing - do not buy this if you are expecting some trace of Alien because there isn't any. This isn't really anything special, sadly. I bought Thierry Mugler's Angel Eau Sucrée online without smelling it because I am a sucker for sweet scents, and Thierry Mugler scents. Had I had smelled it in stores, I probably would not have purchased it.
In the imPress Press-On Manicure Influenster VoxBox, I received two designs; one with black lace detail on pink nails, and one that was a plain hot pink. In the pictures, you can see that each container/box contains a handful - 24 nails, 12 sizes, to be exact - of nail press-ons of different sizes, ensuring that you find one for each nail for both hands. I have rather wide thumbnails and the fact that I could find a pair that works was amazing to me. The shape of the press-on nails are of a square shape so it looks like you actually went to the nail salon and got them filed down like that, but minus the cost, time, and chemicals.
I was always under the impression that imPress - or any press-on nails for that matter - had only intricate designs that you could not do free hand, but the plain hot pink set showed that imPress offers a wide range of designs and colours. I for one do not always gravitate towards nail art or nails with fancy designs so I really appreciate that imPress offers plain coloured ones as well. For days where you don't want crazy nail art on your nails, but still want perfect nails, you can still opt for plain press-ons.
I find these press-ons to be so fun and easy to use. Unlike the nail stickers where you actually have to shape the sticker yourself, this press-on nails automatically gives you a perfectly shaped nail. Sometimes my nails get stained from not using a base and using too much polish, so they look pretty rough, so this is the perfect option to cover that up. Also, this "mini kit" comes with something to prep your nails for the press-ons to ensure easy application and lasting results.
Here is what I hauled during Murale's Fab and Free promo for March 2014. This time's Fab and Free promo required you to spend $100, and consists of 27 samples (most are deluxe samples). Since I am in need of a new toner, and since I have been meaning to try the brand, 3LAB, I jumped on the chance and bought their Perfect Balancing Toner. It was perfect timing because Murale also had a separate GWP for 3LAB, which included their WW Eye Cream and 'M' Ultimate Lift Cream. (I hear a voice to beware of falling in love with these products - since they're so pricey!) To make my order over $100, I purchased a backup of my favourite eyelash primer, the Anna Sui Mascara Base (not shown).
I was cleaning out my beauty stash and found that I had a little shu uemura eyelash curler collection going on! This is the only high end eyelash curler that I have tried, and from what I have read, I think this is the best one for my eyelashes and my eye shape. I obviously don't plan to stray away from this anytime soon since I have two new ones waiting for me. You can never have enough eyelash curlers - leave one here, leave one there! The current one is a limited edition 24kt gold one. I've had it for probably 4 years now and it's going strong; however, the gold is starting to wear off the handles. I've clearly used this curler like crazy but I could never get myself to discard to quickly even though it is probably best to replace the whole curler after a few months or so.
P.S. the Karl Lagerfled limited edition eyelash curler is essentially shu's usual silver curler except it came with a cute little charm, Mon Shu, and a red pad instead of a white one.