Tag Archives: Fashion & Beauty

TOP SHELF: Sasha Gill

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Pegasus PagesSosa Omorogbe talks to Sasha Gill about her organic make-up and beauty habits. Sasha has over 1300 followers (when we first published this in Pegasus Pages’ March issue, she had 4000!!) on Instagram and has even appeared on the very well-known media site Buzzfeed. Check her out: @thesashadiaries. 

NEW Violette: Fashion & Beauty Magazine

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Is This the Future of the Magazine?

By Naomi Morris Omori

 “You picked the place. You chose the look. Her life changed every 90 minutes.”

Warehouse’s recently a ‘Style Me if You Can’ feature on their website called for customers to send in their ‘looks’. These looks would be comprised of their favourite Warehouse items and the participants were meant to give ideal locations for their looks to be worn in. These situations were then compiled and dramatised like in the video below.

It’s snappy; it’s light; it’s a glamorous girl living the London life that we would all love to lead.

TOP SHELF: Shree Ganguly

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As seen in Pegasus Pages (June 2013).

For this issue, Pegasus Pages’ Sosa Omorogbe talked to Shree about her beauty routine.

‘Romantic Goth’ on the Catwalks of AW13

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By Cece Hensman

Makeup is simply an extension of your natural beauty; it has the ability to enhance, highlight and change the appearance of any outfit, from day to night, simply by changing the colour of a lipstick, from a Mac deep berry – “Crèmesheen” to a frosted pink – “Pure Zen”. The runway has recently bared witness to the likes of London Fashion Week and the summer into fall catwalk transition. With this transition has emerged the ‘Romantic Goth’ makeup look, seen on the catwalk of Victor & Rolf, Gucci and Nina Ricci, to name but a few.

TOP SHELF: Shakira Sewell

Shakira Sewell speaks to Pegasus Pages on brand loyalty (Pevonia, anyone?), the coolness that is Wah Nails, and why tinted moisturizer is the way forward.

Go Big or Go Home

By Sosa Omorogbe

As seen in Pegasus Pages (December 2012).

What is Christmas without colours? I posed this question to a member of the fashion team last week, and she paused. Then she stared. Finally came the hesitant reply: “Makeup-wise… nothing.” Call me biased (I remain partial to the shimmery eye), but I genuinely had no choice but to agree. Colours (metallics in particular) embody the general consensus of joy that makes everyone love Christmas. Simply put, they’re a ton of fun to fool around with. This therefore makes them perfect for Pegasus Pages’ Christmas makeup look. Why? Because nothing says “Hello, Merry Christmas. I am here” like big, wild hair and expressive eyes.

MAKEUP: Kony Akinrele

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By Sosa Omorogbe

Winter is officially upon us. This means that we get both Winter Wonderland (eek!) and CHRISTMAS. Now, I love Christmas as much as the next person but sometimes, the consequent plummeting temperatures are just not worth it. What is worth it, however, is the make-up! Despite the fact that I abhor the cold, it would be impossible not to brighten up at the thought of the limitless make-up opportunities. Whilst the heat often limits us in summer (I’m talking melting foundation and bleeding lipstick), winter doesn’t do any of that. In fact, your make-up is more likely to stay on, opening up a MAC-filled Pandora’s Box.

Lime Crime Makeup – ‘So Bright, it’s Illegal’

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Elizka Watt tells us about an innovative brand, ‘Lime Crime Makeup,’ known for its vivid use of colour and glitter, captured in the tagline ‘So bright, it’s Illegal.’ With its founder being a ‘self-proclaimed Unicorn Queen’, the brand certainly has that touch of fantasy.

TOP SHELF: Claudia Haavik

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Claudia Haavik opens up to Pegasus Pages in this week’s Top Shelf on the importance of tweezers, her love for Asience and Cetaphil, and why she never wears perfume.

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