Serenity and I have decided to include false eyelashes in our collection for the launch of SERENITY+SCOTT. We’re looking for some input…which package art do you like best?
We are so pleased to announce a beautiful new & exclusive line of Hand-Turned Heirloom Wood Grooming Accessories for modern Gillette Blades by Imperium Woodcraft. Exclusively in Asheville at Makeup at the Grove Arcade. We have 3 different types of wood sets to choose from with a handle and stand for $95 and a solo handle for $60. Come by to see these hand-made beauties in person!
Yesterday we received the first prototype for our display units. We cannot wait to finalize the look and get them into our shop and into makeup boutiques all over the U.S. Check us out on facebook and let us know what you think of our new look!
This July we will launch SERENITY+SCOTT Beauty in Las Vegas! We are still working on the final details, but couldn’t wait to give you a teaser… Thank you to the beautiful Amanda Swafford and the amazing photographer, Julie McMillan, for our latest images. Stay tuned for more lovely images and the new webiste. It should be up soon and we can’t wait for you to see it. So keep an eye on us!
We just received our 1st CB I Hate Perfume Absolute for the Vintage Coppertone inspired At the Beach! It’s a Vacation in a Bottle!
Man’s Face Stuff was started by two guys from Portland, Evan Dumas and BT Livermore. Both sport fine moustaches, of course, but were not satisfied with the waxes currently found on the market, so decided to make a wax they would like to use.
Their wax not only has the hold you desire (BT regularly bikes in the Portland rain and keeps his curl just fine) but they specialize in making wax that smells absolutely fantastic. If you’re feeling bold, why not try “Gin & Tonic” or “All-Nighter,” which smells of sweet coffee and fresh pipe tobacco.
They also make their wax in pocket sized tube for the man on the go.
And speaking of tubes, they have created a lip balm to help you take care of the less-hairy parts of your face with their new brand of “Farewell, Old Chap” lip balms, available in three varieties. Unscented, Fennel & Rosemary and Peru Balsam and Ginger.
We are very excited to introduce you to Brooklyn Grooming, a line of grooming & styling products for men with facial hair. We joke in the shop that Asheville is becoming Beard City, USA! Come in and check out our goods.
BOGO sale on all NYX Cosmetics in the shop! We will no longer carry NYX in our shop. To thank you all for your support of us and NYX we want to send them out with a bang. Come in this week (today through Friday, March 22nd) to get 50% off on all NYX Cosmetics (except for Slide On Eye Pencils). Don’t wait till Friday, as supplies are dwindling!
Why would we be saying goodbye to our beloved NYX, you ask? We are so excited to make room for SERENITY+SCOTT and we are expanding our Men’s Section. We are happy to announce the addition of Brooklyn Grooming, Captain Fawcett’s, Man’s Face Stuff, Taylor of Old Bond Street, Cowboy Comb, Swissco and Beardition in our Men’s Grooming Section!
…AND we have a bunch of new Limited Edition CB I Hate Perfumes coming soon! Swing in for a sniff!
Recently I met a local dj, singer, songwriter, Marley Carroll, through my friend Brooke Priddy. Soon after our first meeting I was working in an old bank turned artist studio and residence. Our hosts, David and Nicole McConville opened their amazing space to shoot Marley’s first music video. With Brooke as Creative Director, Costume Designer and Stylist, it is certain to be a hit. This was my first time working with Judson Matthews, our Cinematographer and second time with his brother and Director, Daniel Jusdon. It was a long day but so worth it and I cannot wait to see the final product. Thanks, Marley, for allowing me to be involved. You are a star!
I had the best time working on the latest Blossman Gas ad campaign. The first segment was a commercial. Adam Taylor, Bonesteel Films and the Goss Agency were all involved and on set. Yesterday and the day before I got to work on the print ad portion of the job, working with Atlanta-based photographer Brad Newton. (If you are popping onto the links, I worked on most of the film/video work on Adam and Bonesteel’s reels.)