Next, it was time to style my hair… they promised vintage hairdos for everyone, but since my hair is so short I was convinced there wasn’t much that could be done, but they proved me wrong!
Later, it was time to get my makeup done. Everything was by Guerlain, which I have heard / read a lot about but not really tried, so the beauty blogger in me was squealing (inside) with excitement. I couldn’t help but ooh & aah at the Rouge G lipsticks (the oval / bullet shaped things in the photo above). They are so beautiful to look at & come with a concealed mirror, the epitome of a luxurious lipstick.I also tried out the Meteorites Light Diffusing Primer (the centre bottle in the above photo). It made my skin so soft to touch & evened things out, I just needed a very thin layer of foundation. Also, the Lingerie de Peau foundation? One of the best I’ve ever had on (yes, better than Chanel Vitalumière A Aqua). Shade 23 was a perfect match, it glided on, gave an effortless finish & felt like nothing. I’m definitely putting it on my birthday wishlist. (which is not too far away ;)) Oh & the makeup artist finished it off with some eyeshadow, a winged eye & the Meteorites pearls. It may not be the best highlighter I’ve used but I’m so, so tempted to get it just to have that elegant, vintagey floral tin sit on my dresser. Oh & did I mention that I managed to sneak in a little shoulder massage?
At the end of the evening it was time to pick our tiara & pose on the throne. I chose a wand too, because we could all do with a little magic in our lives!
At this point I didn’t think our evening could get any better but it did! They sent us home with a most generous hamper filled with goodies by Moroccanoil, L’Oréal Professionnel, OPI, Jessica, Rémy Laure & delicious Lindt chocolates! (I might have even missed out on a few!)