Archive for March 24, 2016

Win 1000 Points To Shop For In Our Easter Contest!

As part of our massive March Madness sale we’re announcing our Big Easter Contest! Send us a photo of your best Easter make-up look, either by sending it to our facebook page or posting it anywhere you like using the hashtag #perfumeclick. The photo with the most likes by the end of March (31/3 23:59) wins 1000 loyalty points to shop for on our site! All kinds of looks are fine as long as you've been inspired by Easter in some way. Whether it's the colours, the eggs or the Easter bunny himself, send a pic our way! If you've

Easter Make-Up Look

Untitled To celebrate Easter we've put together an easy and fun make-up look - let's get right to it! Like always you'll want to start with a base. As Spring is just around the corner we'l be going for an radiant and light base. Dab the Nip + Fab CC Cream on your face with a stippling brush or a complexion sponge. Let's forgo the concealer today and brighten up your face by using one of our holy grail products: the Yves Saint Laurent Touche Éclat. Lightly fill in your eyebrows to ensure everything looks put together. Now your face is

International Women’s Day: Remembering Estée Lauder’s Leading Ladies

SARAH Today we're celebrating International Women's Day by honouring all the amazing women in our lives! This occasion calls for a blog post dedicated to two of the most inspirational women who have lived to shape the cosmetic industry: Estée and Evelyn Lauder! Estée Lauder Born to Eastern European immigrants, Estée Lauder grew up in Queens (NYC) where her uncle, a Chemist, introduced her to the world of cosmetics by showing her how to mix oils and creams to create new products. What started off with playful mixing sessions in the parental garage soon turned into serious business and the pair

Unisex/Genderless Fragrances – The Scent of the Future?

How do we decide what products are for women and what are for men? Surely a man should be able to use a perfume just because it says “roses” on it and why would a woman not want to wear a lovely fragrance just because it is branded as “for men”? While most brands still market their products to 2 different genders, more and more brands such as Tom Ford, Jo Malone and Calvin Klein have embraced Unisex - focusing instead on producing quality scents without putting limits on who can use it. CK One ( by Calvin Klein is