This week's top beauty web sales: all-body makeover
Monday 26 July 2010
From color cosmetics to skincare, luxurious soap, and fragrance: this week's beauty sales have it all.
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Vincent Longo, who has created red-carpet looks for supermodels including Cindy Crawford, Heidi Klum, and Elle Macpherson, will be selling his line of color cosmetics here from July 28.
Baudelaire specializes in using organic products from around the world to produce its soaps. Shop Apiana, a skin-nourishing soap that uses honey made by bees in the Swiss Alps, or Chianti Cashmere, a fragrance-free line featuring fresh goat's milk from Tuscany, and others on the site from July 27.
The site has lined up two skincare sales for July 29: Biotherm's and Skin by Alison Raffaele's boutiques both go live on this day. Plus: shop accessories of Gwen Stefani's line for her fragrance, Harakuju Lovers, available from July 26.
End-of-month wallet depression? You'll still be most likely to have $1.99 left: spend it wisely, for example on BeautyTicket's Steal of the Week - the Pop Beauty Glitter Stix, high-pigment eye crayons in eight different colors, sell for $1.99 each, instead of their usual $9.
Featured brands are still under wraps, but the site's Fragrance Boutique, open from July 28, will most likely again include discounted designer perfumes from international labels.
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