28 January 2010
I came across an article online regarding a Chanel skincare line. This line includes a headband that you wear at night that embosses the Chanel logo on to your forehead... it is truly items like these that attach a "superficial" stigma to the beauty industry.
The designer of this line, Ryan McSorley, exclaimed, "Just as we can define ourselves through the brands of clothing we wear, or the brand of mobile phone we have, we can now define ourselves by the brand of skincare product we use. If you are using skincare by Chanel, you want people to know that your skin is by Chanel, in the same way that Chanel handbags have clear branding, why shouldn't our skin?" I believe it is with ideas like this that the beauty industry has obtained it's bad reputation. While I see the cosmetics industry as one that attempts to help people find beauty within themselves, others are marketing it as something used as a status symbol, just to show the world that you are superior to them.
26 January 2010
I am new to the blogging world, but not to the beauty community! I hope to write my blog on makeup, hair products, fragrances, and all things beauty related. I plan for my blog to consist of reviews of products, new product launches and raves about beauty products that I cannot live without; I will also include swatches to give you all a real idea of the pigmentation etc. I find beauty blogs extremely useful and I know that, because of my boundless obsession with beauty products, I will have a lot to bring to offer you all.I am so excited about starting this up! I hope to be a helpful and active member of this great community! Please comment and follow! :D