Josh Rosebrook is a talented hair stylist, turned product guru who at the behest of his clientele and friends began churning out his famed concoctions (it all started with his Cacao Antioxidant Mask) that's evolved into his own line. He's since amassed a team to fine tune his products, and while his skincare continues to earn enthusiastic reviews, it's his haircare that I'm obsessed with. Particularly, his volumizing spray. Just three sprays before a blast with a blowdryer, and I've got perfectly blown out hair. Separation, volume and no cloying scent.
Leave it to Svetlana Sanchez, the gifted chemist behind Gressa's bestselling foundation serums, to create a clean cream eye shadow that doesn't collect in the crease. It's not a cream in the traditional sense, the product itself is much more firm and dry, plus it doesn't reflect light aside from the shimmer content. But it blends like a dream, devoid of pesky fall out, and has a more modern, and 3 dimensional effect when compared to a powdered shadow. Available in three shades, (including Aureo, a lemony iced white gold that anyone can wear, as a base or inner eye accent), and the more intriguing Bronce and Obscur, a shimmering mid-tone brick that has enough of a cool undertone to remain neutral, and a matte, cool espresso for either a soft eye liner or crease depth, respectively.
The latter two are pictured below, with Bronce being my hands down favorite of the three. I use it daily as an eyeliner along the lower lash line and in the center of my lid to keep things interesting. Chanel Beauty's fall release, Le Rouge, was an exotic, artsy homage to a bold red eyeshadow. Less vampy, Bronce is on the same wavelength, but way more wearable, and versatile, given it plays nice with a spectrum of other shades. My latest favorite, being a cool teal.