Month: January 2014

Erase Paste by Benefit – My new love


What it is:

A brightening camouflage for the eyes and face.

What it does:

Benefit Erase Paste is a concentrated, creamy, blendable concealer that instantly brightens and camouflages all-in-one. It has an innovative formula which makes sure signs of stress and fatigue are a thing of the past. These three brightening neutral shades give every gal correction perfection.

What else you need to know:

Erase Paste includes a step-by-step concealing and brightening lesson and a handy little spatula.

Suggested Usage:
-Scoop a tiny amount out of jar with spatula.
-Dot with ring finger onto any shadowed areas under eyes or on face.
-Blend evenly and smoothly.


$149.99 for a Full-Length Wooden Mirror Jewellery Cabinet, Shipping included (a $399 Value)


 What you get

A full-length mirror and jewellery storage cabinet in one.

 Why we love it

  • Available in 2 colours – dark brown or white
  • Comes with ring, necklace and earring holders, plus plastic shelving
  • Adjustable to different angles
  • Locking device on the stand to keep your items safe
  • Use it on the stand, mount it on the wall or hang it over a doorway

Having your jewellery properly organized saves you the time you’d normally take looking for that perfect pair of earrings, freeing up your schedule to purchase even more jewellery. Keep your bobbles and gems expertly arranged with today’s WagJag: $149.99 for a full-length wooden mirror jewellery cabinet, shipping included (a $399 value).

Take the mess and stress out of owning several pieces of jewellery with this handy mirrored jewellery organizer. At 122 cm high, the mirrored cabinet lets you view your person from top to bottom, while you’re donning a necklace or ring you got from inside the lockable cabinet. The cabinet opens up to reveal holders for 91 rings, 24 necklaces, 12 bracelets or short necklaces and 50 pairs of earrings. There are five plastic shelves to hold any other accoutrements you may need stored, such as perfume, hairbands or the fascinator you wore to that British tea party. Use the cabinet on the stand it came with, hung up on a door, or mounted on the wall.