So anyone who even knows a little bit about me knows that I love a good highlight!  Like I really, really love a highlight.  I love it so much, that pretty much whenever a new highlighter comes out, I pick it up.  Now while I own a lot of different highlighters, I don’t claim to own them all.  But, as with anything, there are exceptions to this rule.  That exception is any of the Glow Kits from Anastasia Beverly Hills because I own every.last.one and I am not sorry about that at all.  I use them all the time and I absolutely live for them.  So let’s take a look at the Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kits.

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Now I absolutely love a good face mask.  It’s probably the only form of self-care that I actually indulge in on a regular basis.  There is something that is just so relaxing and luxurious about a good face mask.  Face masks are always something I have indulged in, but never any one particular brand.  Well all that changed a few years ago at the One of a Kind Show because that is when I began exploring the world of face masks with Artifact Skin Co.

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Anastasia Beverly Hills Summer Mini Lip Gloss Set

 

I am so, so bad.  I’ve literally been sitting on these since sometime last summer.  It’s another case of buy it and forget about it.  But I guess it isn’t as bad as it could be because the Anastasia Beverly Hills Summer Mini Lip Gloss Set ($28 USD) is still available for purchase.  In any case, this Anastasia Beverly Hills Summer Mini Lip Gloss Set is my first forray into the world of Anastasia Beverly Hills Lip products and when I bought it, I certainly hoped that it would live up to the hype.  Long story shot; they do, and they have very quickly earned HG status with me. So let’s take a look at these bad boys. View Post

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Yves Saint Laurent | The Street and I Collection Information | Spring 2017

I can’t believe that it’s time to start talking about Spring 2017, at least in terms of beauty that is.  Up first is The Street and I Collection for Spring 2017 from none other than Yves Saint Laurent.  This campaign is fronted by none other than Staz Lindes and the collection itself is young, hip and edgy.  While I am probably not going to pick up the entire collection, I will more than likely pick up a few things.  I love YSL, and their limited edition packaging is always to die for.    Plus, I’m digging all of the orange to be found in the The Street and I Collection! View Post

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I received this book for free from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

The Sisters of Versailles: A Novel by Sally ChristieThe Sisters of Versailles: A Novel by Sally Christie
Series: The Mistresses of Versailles #1
Published by Atria Books
Published on: September 1, 2015
Genres: Fiction, Historical
Pages: 432
Format: ARC
Source: Edelweiss
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Also in this series: The Rivals of Versailles: A Novel
Also by this author: The Rivals of Versailles: A Novel

About the Book

Goodness, but sisters are a thing to fear.

Court intriguers are beginning to sense that young King Louis XV, after seven years of marriage, is tiring of his Polish wife. The race is on to find a mistress for the royal bed as various factions put their best feet—and women—forward. The King’s scheming ministers push sweet, naïve Louise, the eldest of the aristocratic Nesle sisters, into the arms of the King. Over the following decade, she and three of her younger sisters—ambitious Pauline; complacent Diane, and cunning Marie Anne—will conspire, betray, suffer, and triumph in a desperate fight for both love and power as each becomes the king’s favorite for a time.

In the tradition of The Other Boleyn Girl, The Sisters of Versailles is a clever, intelligent, and absorbing novel that historical fiction fans will devour. Based on meticulous research on a group of women never before written about in English, Sally Christie’s stunning debut is a complex exploration of power and sisterhood—of the admiration, competition, and even hatred that can coexist within a family when the stakes are high enough.

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