Splendid Weekend Reads

From the Splendicity community, comes this week best in beauty, fashion and shopping.


With the economy in bad shape, NY Spender is looking for new ways to save, from coupons clipping to smaller perfume bottles.

Shopalicious shares the scoop on surfer-cool Toms Shoes latest release: the ultra stylin’ wrap boot!

Style…a work in progress finds some haute couture inspiration in the high street when she tells us that Coco joins the Crew.

ShopDiary reviews Bond No. 9 New York’s latest fragrance, Andy Warhol Lexington Avenue.

Shoe Blitz adores the purple and black L.A.M.B. Miyagi.

Glamour Gift Guide suggests the gorgeous Marc Jacobs Ostrich Stam Satchel.


Krizia from Beauty Match boldly states: Why I will NEVER gain weight

Viva Woman shares with you the beauty benefits of drinking milk.

Beauty Secrets Revealed shares a Hot Oil Hair Treatment Recipe For Dry, Damaged & Frizzy Hair

Beauty and Fashion Tech looks at a number of powder sunscreens, so now you can reapply sunscreen without ruining your makeup!

Beauty Blogging Junkie has partnered with Three Custom Color to provide 25 readers with TCC’s new Watercolours for Cheeks in Wallflower, a dewy beige. Click here for more info on how to enter.

Beauty Bento Box shares her thoughts on a recent experiment with the Nivea Visage DNAge Cell Renewal Eye Cream.


Petite Fashionista knows that you have to feel your best, to look your best! Join Christa and the readers of PF as they do a 5 day RESET to have more energy and fit into their “skinny” jeans!

Her Accessories is looking at the horsey side of things with her top picks for equestrian-themed accessories.

Just A Formality loves these silk sandals from Oscar de la Renta – perfect for a formal event.

The Space Between My Peers is blogging her own comeback! Check out the before pictures and offer your suggestions.

Tops 2 Bottoms features one of the trends for Fall fashion, Checks and Plaids.

2 Comments Splendid Weekend Reads

  1. Amber

    Of course! I am LOVING Frederic Fekkai Salon Glaze is amazing. Stay tuned for a review. John Frieda also makes a decent one, but I prefer Fekkai’s. Let me know what you think.

  2. Anonymous

    Do you have any info on at home hair glazes? shine happy seems to be the only one I can find and it’s not really a glaze.
    I want to soften the texture of my non-colored not-quite coarse hair.


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