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December 2011 Archives

Four-Best-Fragrances-2011.jpgWant to smell pretty? Then these 4 fragrances are for you. Each one smells fantastic and looks gorgeous atop the vanity. We honestly can’t believe we’ve lived without them for this long—that’s how great they are!

Kenzo FlowerTAG Eau de Toilette
A mix of fruity (black currant, rhubarb and mandarin), floral (peony, jasmine and lily-of-the-valley) and sensual (tea, vanilla and musk) notes create a scent that’s feminine and surprisingly colorful.
$65-$83 at kenzousa.com

Dior Addict To Life Eau de Toilette
Within the pale lavender bottle lies a complexly beautiful mixture of notes including jasmine, rose, lilac and white musk.
$40-$90 at sephora.com

Prada Candy Eau de Parfum
While the scent of candy in a perfume usually turns our stomach, this fragrance is saccharine without being overly sweet. The inclusion of caramel gives it a dark, sensuous feel.
$80-$108 at neimanmarcus.com

Acqua di Parma Gelsomino Nobile Eau de Parfum
The exclusive jasmine flower of Calabria, Italy provides the inspiration for this truly luxurious fragrance. Musk and floral notes give it a gorgeous richness.
$108-$170 at nordstrom.com
kate-beckinsale-11302011.jpgPart of Kate Beckinsale’s signature style is her long, dark locks. But there’s something about her hair’s fall highlight and lowlight coloring that made me drool just a little. At the crown of her head her hair is still quite dark, and her layers allow those darker strands to fall just at eye level. But as you look down to her shoulders you notice her hair takes on a beautiful lighter shade that accentuates her jaw line and brightens her face from below. The effect is pretty and very simple and yet it makes her look younger and more vibrant almost instantly.

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