Jumat, 25 Maret 2011

And the edits are upon me!

Edit letter has come and let the hacking begin!!! I love editing, because, as fun as the purely creative drive of the first draft provides its own high, it's edits where the magic happens, where the art is finally crafted closer and closer to a finished entity, able to go live on its own out in the world.

I've forced myself not to look at the manuscript for months. And when I came back to it, editorial suggestions from my fabulous editor in hand, I can suddenly SEE it with fresh eyes. And yeah, then go in with a hack saw to pages at a time. All this shit I thought was necessary for character building, sooooooooooo slow--hack out all the boring crap, keep the heart of the cinematic, emotional moment, get back to the moving action, the active tension. I love editing because in my mind it seems like sculpting.

The first few drafts have created a real living entity on the table, but it is blunt, awkward, and ugly (not to say that it wasn't hard as hell to get it that far, but still, it's not ready for the world to see). The edits are the crafting of the crescendos and diminuendos of action, all working toward a truly dynamic climax at the end. Each scene should have shape to make it cohesive, cause-and-effecting as it goes. The middle and second half are really where most of this work needs to be done.

After the plot gets shaped up, then I want to go through a pass at the language level--making sure the most potent moments of emotional impact are the most lyrical, and the language of dialogue is unique and distinctive. Here's to the Hermit Cave of Edit-land, kids. I raise my glass to toast, and I'll see you on the other side.

Rabu, 23 Maret 2011

Laura Mercier Portofino Collection

I don't know a huge amount about this collection, other than it is launching into Selfridges exclusively next week! Inspired by 1950s resort fashion, the collection features two Lip Glaces, (one a re-issue, formerly Champagne) Sparkling and Nectar, eye shades to make a sun-washed blue/gold eye, a navy liner and gold/pink highlighter for the face. There are also two Lip Colors in Coral (an existing shade) and Sunrise.

Urban Decay Primer Potion In A Tube


I spotted this newbie from Urban Decay over at Sephora - same formula as the wand version of Primer Potion but in a squeezy tube. I quite like this idea as you'd be able to apply it with a brush of your choice and not that bendy-wandy thing that we have currently. Obviously, its US only just now, but fear not - we'll get it (in about 2015 probably).

NB: have just heard this launches here in June.

Argan Oil: Is It The Big Fat Beauty Fudge?


For those who don't know, Argan oil comes from the Argan nut, extracted by Berber women co-operatives in Morocco. Argan trees grow only in Morocco. The oil is full of fab things for hair and skin, such as vitamin E, essential fatty acids, lipids, antioxidants and ferulic acid to name but a few. There's a huge surge in the number of beauty products including Argan oil in their ingredient line up and I'm a big fan of Argan oil myself, particularly for hair.


To be honest, if all the brands that are using Argan oil as an ingredient were using it in a meaningful capacity, there would be no Argan oil left in the world. Personally, I only use pure 100% Argan oil bought from reputable sources such as Mir Skincare or Melvita, but it is starting to really bug me the number of brands that are using the Argan trend to cash in and only using it in tiny quantities, that in my view, can't really bring anything much to the party. Don't get me wrong, Gielly Green Argan Rescue is one of my favourite hair products, but it also uses sea buckthorn and neem oil although Argan is listed second on the ingredient listing, indicating correctly that it is one of the main ingredients.


Not so for other brands, who use a very small quantity of Argan oil to justify using Argan in the name of the product or marketing materials. I've spoken at length with a well respected formulator who says, "It isn't actually a requirement to list ingredients in weight order when they are present at quantities of less than 1%, so if an ingredient appears half way down or lower on the listing it is likely to be only present in the barest of quantities." Which means, pretty much, that it doesn't really make any difference if it is there or not. There are also clever formulation tricks such as splitting your key ingredients in such a way that you can push the 'trend' ingredient further to the top of the listing. The formulator I spoke to is doubtful that even at 5% there is any actual impact on skin or hair. 

If you check on the Kiehls website and look at Superbly Restorative Argan Dry oil, while it mentions that the product 'utilizes' Argan oil, the key ingredients listed are apricot kernel oil and olive oil. So, it isn't really clear just from looking at the site how much Argan you actually get for your £26. Similarly, with the new Lee Stafford ArganOil From MoRocco range: I actually asked outright what percentage of the products were actually Argan oil and they declined to answer. I don't question that the products will be great for hair, but I do question whether it's the Argan oil that makes it so.


It is perfectly okay to use pure 100% Argan oil on hair or skin although you might want to consider your hair or skin type before you do this. I suggest you look really closely at brands that scream 'Argan' in their labelling and opt for the real thing as and where you can to get the optimum Argan benefits.





Selasa, 22 Maret 2011

Path to Publication

Just read Jessica Shea Spotswood's blog about her path to publication, and I agree! I love hearing people's stories about getting published too! So I thought I'd share mine--important dates in bold if you're in a skimming mood ;)
  • Spring Semester 2010: amorphous period where I start planning out Glitch. My last novel has just been rejected by enough agents, even ones who'd read the manuscript, that I figure it is time to move on with a new project. I'd always wanted to write a dystopia since I read and LOVED 1984 in high school, so I sit down and write out my favorite elements of dystopias and think about what my ultimate imaginary dystopic future might look like.
  • Chatting with computer science-y husband, and he brings up this article he'd just read in Popular Science. Ideas about implanted computer bits in humans start germinating.
  • Came up with the love interest hook and start falling in love with my characters and story For Serious.
  • June 2010: exhaustion from previous semester and some life things prevent actual starting of book. Instead, complete scenes play out over and over in my head, mostly at night when I am trying to fall asleep!
  • July 2010: FINALLY! Time and energy to write! I take after it like gang-busters and have a first draft by August 1st.
  • First week of August: edit non-stop for a very intense week, and start querying, probably before I should have, but oh well, I have the patience of a gnat!
  • August: get lots of requests from agents to read the manuscript! yay! and then:
  • Sept. 15 2010: Charlie Olsen of Inkwell Management emails saying he'd read the first third of my book and was loving it and would like to set up a phone call with me!! An actual phone call! with an agent! just like I heard about with others authors but had never happened with the two other books I'd queried. I still remember the coffeeshop chair I was sitting in when I got that email. After trying for YEARS to be a writer, I had my first indication that the impossible dream might be actually possible!
  • The next Monday: we talk on the phone, and I am a lot less nervous than I thought I'd be, even though Charlie is less excited about the second half of the book, parts where it dragged. We talk potential edits, he mentions what he'd like to see, maybe some scenes to add, and I am super stoked, because not only was I talking to an ACTUAL AGENT, but he really GETS the feel of the book, and all of his ideas are totally in sync with what I want the book to be.
  • Rest of September: Heather goes into Crazy Edit & Rewrite Mode.
  • Mid-October: I send in the edited manuscript, and Charlie asks for Outlines of Book II and III in the intended trilogy. I say 'sure!' then sit down and try to figure out how the hell to write an outline ;)
  • October 27th: Another phone call! Offer of representation! Giddy jumping up and down! I have an agent!!!
  • November: More edits. We decide to wait to submit to editors till after the holidays.
  • January 15, 2011: Book goes on submission!!!!
  • January 15th-26th: Absolute worst ten days of my life. A few editors pass. I am sure I am DOOMED TO ABYSMAL FAILURE, HOW COULD I HAVE DELUDED MYSELF INTO BELIEVING I COULD BE A PUBLISHED AUTHOR? OH GOD, WHAT DO I WRITE NEXT? I THOUGHT MY BOOK WAS GOOD BUT NOW I'M SURE IT'S A STEAMING PILE OF SH---- then I get a call from my agent. We have an offer!
  • January 26th: Omg, an offer! From a super awesome publishing house, a 3-book deal! And not just any house, but St. Martin's Press! A publishing house that I have not only heard of, but one that publishes some books I've loved, that are sitting on my shelves RIGHT NOW! Squeeeee!
  • Feb 1st: Deal is official. Holy shit, I'm going to be a published author, slated for Sp/Su 2012. I walk around in a daze smiling so much my mouth hurts by the end of the day.
  • 2nd week of February: Magical foreign rights agent at Inkwell, Lyndsey Blessing, solidifies deals for Glitch trilogy in Germany and France!! OMG!
  • Feb. 10th: first call with my editor from St. Martin's, Terra Layton. She is AWESOME and so excited about my book! We talk for an hour about the edits and the process and I feel so lucky to have gotten such a rocking editor!

Smells Like Barbie Head:


Remember when you were little and opening a new doll the first thing that hits you is that gorgeous sweet, plastic smell? When I was little, that smell was so glamorously exotic and something that I only got to have a sniff at at Christmas or birthdays. I wasn't much of a Barbie fan - I had Pippa dolls for a while but sent them on a 'cruise' down a stream at the back of our house and never actually saw them again..oops. I like to think that maybe they reached America and are now sipping Pina Coladas near some bleached out beach living a high life for dolls. 

So, Hypnose have managed to encapsulate that dolls head/nylon hair smell in their latest candle, Art Plastique. Kind of a grown up version of a new dolly but without the fiddle of having to choose it an outfit. 

£39, www.averylondon.com



Everybody's Crackling: LCN Crackle Finish Polish


There are so many ranges now with their own crackle polishes, so I'm happy to see some from LCN that don't cost a fortune but still stick with the trend for coloured shatters. They're £4.65 (til 31st March then £5.50) each and available now. I'd love to see what the navy or the red looks like over a gold polish.

Senin, 21 Maret 2011

Sephora In The UK

One of the questions I am most asked by other bloggers is whether Sephora is ever going to come back to the UK. So, I picked up some Sephora gossip while I was at Cosmoprof in Bologna, but do have to point out it is just gossip - I don't have proof one way or the other.

One thread of conversation revealed that a rumour last year that Sephora was going to launch into M&S stores was actually true, as unlikely as it sounds. Even though I checked and checked with M&S, nobody seemed to know anything about it, but I had it on good authority it was definitely a plan that was pulled at the last minute. 


In another conversation, I was told that Sephora are 'looking for premises' in the UK.

Yet another conversation revealed that the reason they pulled out in the first place was because rent in the UK was too expensive for their stores. I'd dispute that; I'm just not sure we were ready for the concept but we are now. They also put stores in out of town shopping centres instead of investing in a flagship store on Regent Street or Oxford Street. When you consider how people actually queue to get into the Champs Elysee one (and it is HUGE), I can't help but wonder why they didn't think the same pattern wouldn't work here. Shoving stores out in Bluewater, Kent, for example was never going to work out.

I might also tell you that I have made a point to email Sephora (France) every week (so far for 3 weeks, but I'll keep doing it) with the same email asking exactly the same questions (i.e. do they have plans to return to the UK?) and so far they've not even had the courtesy to respond to the email. Folks, what can I tell you? I'm trying.

Bumped by Megan McCafferty - Review

Bumped by Megan McCafferty

This book was crazy good. The writing is just stunning at times. BUMPED is the story of twins-separated at birth, Melody and Harmony, in a near-future where a sterility virus makes it impossible to get pregnant past 18 years of age. Most of the novel hinges on a single day of mistaken identity, a day that changes both twins' lives. A premise like that sounds unmanageable. But everything was so well-written, so perfectly plotted and paced that I just found myself saying YES! That is exactly what would happen there, and, of course! The transformation of each of the girls is believable and the reader is along for the ride at each momentous point on the journey leading to each of the girls’ varying revelations and final destinations. A lot of dystopias coming out recently have been compared to Atwood The Handmaid’s Tale, but this is the only one that earns the comparison in my book, both in it’s complexity of theme and quality of writing. There’s this luminescence to Harmony’s voice as she experiences things in the world for the first time, especially after the reader has seen her so on-script for her religion at the start of the book.

On a side note: this book made me ache. While Harmony, the super-Jesus sister at the beginning probably sounds like a humorous stereotype to many not familiar with religious subculture, she rang all too true for me with my fundamentalist Christian background. Being in her head as she spouts verses at her sister was almost painful to read, painful to embody in my head for the space of the book. At the same time, it also made her transition all the more believable. Let me tell you (and I went to a Super Holy Bible College), Christians are thinking the most about sex. The thing which we were commanded NOT to have (though most found secret ways to get it anyway) becomes the thing we were most obsessed with.

It’s why I got married at 19 years old to my first ever boyfriend, why the first kiss of my entire life was on my wedding day, up there at the altar in front of everyone after saying our vows. So yes, the scriptures that come to Harmony’s mind throughout the book, even as circumstances change and she begins to see those scriptures in new light, felt very, very real. Because of this bias probably, I was far more moved by her story than Melody’s, which was interesting enough in its own right—-the girls just have such different things at stake, at least in this first book. I can't wait to see what comes next for each of the sisters. This book was everything I’d hoped it would be, and that's rare, usually I get anticipation-itis and then the book disappoints. Not so here. Five stars.

Thanks to NetGalley and Balzer + Bray for this ARC for review!

BUMPED releases April 26th!

Marc Jacobs Splash 2011


The new Marc Jacobs Splash fragrances look all kinds of fabulous. I wasn't totally smitten on last year's gourmande 'Patisserie' offering with Biscotti being an ultimate low (though if you love foodie scents, it's a whole other story). The new collection is entitled 'Cocktail' and features Cranberry; a crisp, citrus blend with a fruity kick, Ginger; inspired by passion fruit cocktails with a spicy twist, and finally Curacao (my favourite); tropical with notes of lime, orange, violet and apricot. They launch on 24th April.

Minggu, 20 Maret 2011

My Cosmoprof Companions

I have to say a little bit about my companions on this trip (which has not been without incident, let's say!), Megan and Clio.

This is Megan from www.dailymakeover.com
and it's her first trip to Europe, never mind Italy! She is one of the most organised people I've ever met, is loads of fun, has a potty mouth when she wants to, loves wine and says 'super-nice' a lot! It's been amazing to be with her and she has brought so much to the trip. Without her navitagional skills, I would still be at the entrance of Cosmoprof trying to find the way in.

And now Miss Clio Make Up, a true celebrity in Italy. Even as I'm writing this, people are taking photos of her, stopping beside the booth and forming a queue to meet her. She has already done a meet and greet for over 100 people earlier today - all of whom bring her gifts of ear-rings, cookies, cheese and letters. Her YouTube channel is an internet phenomenon and here, everyone knows who she is. She lives in New York (thankfully, because this girl can't move in Italy without being stopped, photographed or autograph hunted) and is starting a career in make up artistry. She's also been delightful company, despite the entourage!, always smiling and has a wicked sense of humour. 

I genuinely feel I lucked out with my companions for this trip, so thank you ladies, for being terrific company and new blog friends.

Cosmoprof Day 3

I'm on the home-run. Three days here is hardcore - the sheer enormity of the place means that we are walking miles and miles a day.

Our little blogger home is like a goldfish bowl, situated near the entrance and on a main thoroughfare. As soon as we sit down and start to work on our blogs, people begin wandering in to ask directions or for information. I have a smattering of Italian but not enough to direct them to Hall 30. I don't even know where Hall 30 is!

This is the last day and it is completely rammed - to the point that it is almost impossible to talk to brands. We've found one or two cool things in the few places that were quietish, but as you'll see from the pictures, it's a challenge even moving in the Halls, never mind making it to a stand.

The places I've found the most fascinating things have been in the packaging sections: just to see what can be done and how beautiful things can look. Actually, it occurs to me how we get away with the hum-drum stuff we do in the UK when, with so many innovations and technologies there is no need for anything to look boring, ever. 
Polish Brand Madam L'Ombre. Bad name, beautiful make up (reminds me of Versace).

Madam L'Ombre: the idea is to create your own bespoke box and change shades as and when.

Cool overspraying from Korea.

The future of foundation application?

I loved this stand that makes tiny samplers of everything in every conceivable shape and hue.
The next brand that I saw was Fiolantina from Poland who have developed a way of suspending the active ingredients in skincare in beautiful patterns and designs into a holding moisture gel. We've seen this technology in a less sophisticated from in the UK already, but the way they're making these products look is incredible. 
Another beautiful brand we spotted is The Lab Room, from Spain. Simple, clean designs with a splash of pretty detailing and truly lovely scents from natural sources. Although the skin care is gorgeous, I loved the Seven Scents library most; fragrances such as tuberose, magnolia, jasmin and amaryllis come in roll on format and can be mixed and blended on the skin for a bespoke, how-the-mood-takes-you option. I'll be amazed if the range doesn't make it to UK shores.
There is representation from some of the big brands here - MUFE for one were doing their thing with this fabulous body art.
And, everyone knows I love a nail sticker so I couldn't resist buying these sets! 
So, tomorrow it is home again... I've lived in my Fitflops for the past three days: the very thought of putting on heels is scary! My legs are aching even with flat shoes, so as a final word, kudos to one of my new Italian blog friends, Martina from  http://www.pianetadonna.it/bellezza/unghie/  who wore these ALL day.

 

Sabtu, 19 Maret 2011

How To Get Pink Hair on a Budget

Items you will need for the process:
  • Bleach Blonde kit (I recommend Feria Extra Bleach Blonde)
  • Hair Dye (I recommend Special Effects. It's pretty much the only one that really lasts. See their website for list of colors! [I order them online because it's too hard to find in stores]
  • Plastic gloves
  • Several plastic bags (to cover counter and head, see below for details)
  • Ugly hair band and bobby-pins

The long-awaited post is here! I ask everyone I meet with funky hair colors what brand they use (I'm always trying to figure out new and better options), and every single person thus far has gotten their pink and blue hair done at salons! Which I understand, because it is a little bit of a pain in the butt to figure out on your own, but let my years of learning (and the occasional hair-frying) be to your benefit! I've tried almost every brand, tons of colors, different bleaching processes, and I finally, after six years, have it down to an art. And it's far cheaper than a $60+ salon appointment every couple months!

Step one: choose the section of hair you want colored. I have wicked thick hair and learned the hard way that it's too tiring and takes too much product to do the whole head, so I only dye the front portion. Pull the rest of the hair back so that only that portion is exposed. Then I just use the $10 extra bleach blonde hair dye kit from any store (seriously, all that specialty blend bleaching crap from like Sally's or a professional hair place is hard to use, and doesn't work as well!).


It's Heather the Hair Monster :) I'm just dyeing my roots, hence only that part is getting bleached.







I'm too lazy to do it all in one night, so I just walk around with partially bleached hair for a day or two. But I have done it all in a night before, I just get tired out from all the hair washing after each process :)

Sooooooo, the next night, I continue. Very important: Special Effects Hair Dye is THE BEST. The problem with funky hair-colors is that it is impossibly hard to find one that LASTS! Drives me bananas, and I've spent years trying to nail down a way to get blue and/or pink hair permanently. I've tried Manic Panic, RAW, Splat!, Punky Color, and they all fade in a ridiculously short time. Like, 'oh look, my hair is so pretty and aquamarine!' and then three days later it is puke green. Seriously. I have tried and tried and tried! Even with Special Effects, certain colors work better than others. For instance, ATOMIC PINK stays forever. You'll see this attested to across the web. It's the reason that, even though pink doesn't always go with my skin tone, I keep the majority of my hair pink. It stays vibrant like you'd never believe, easily lasting two months and then only a re-dye is necessary because the roots are showing. But since I don't love pink all over, I've also found a blue that isn't bad: ELECTRIC BLUE, also by Special Effects, natch. So, onto the fun part of the dye process!

Yes, that is a self-made unicorn bangs-ponytail. But since I'm doing two colors at once, certain ridiculousness's are necessary. Yet, it gets even sexier. I pin up the long parts with bobby-pins and then cover it with a plastic grocery bag and secure it with a head-band type thing.



SO. When you get one of the organic hair dyes like Special Effects, the secret to getting lasting color is leaving it on for several hours. It won't fry or F-up your hair. Some people leave it on overnight, but that can get messy I figure, so I just leave it on for four hours. I know this sounds nutz, but it's fine for your hair (at least in my experience, and other people around the webs). And all for a good cause--pretty, pretty blue and pink hair that lasts and stays vibrant :) :) :)

IMPORTANT FINAL NOTE: this crap will dye everything in your life from your counter to your bathtub to your pillows. Be diligent in covering your counter w/ plastic bags! And wash out the hair dye in your kitchen STAINLESS STEEL SINK. They call it stainless for a reason, kids, and if you don't want a pink/blue bathtub, make sure to wash it out for a long time, go ahead and shampoo it once and maybe condition as well while you're at the sink. Also, you may want to use an old/ugly towel, because it will turn pink/blue too. BUT! I've found as long as I wash it out thoroughly, I don't end up with pink/blue pillows anymore. Ftw!

Hmm, let's see, what else. Oh, right! To keep the color lasting, it's important not to wash it with too-hot water. This is a small bummer for me, b/c I love my showers super-hot, but I just turn down the temperature when I wash and rinse my hair, then crank it back up again. It sucks a bit, but it really does affect the vibrancy--and for someone like me who wants to go through this process as rarely as possible, I'll do what it takes to make it last! And last but not least: conditioner. You need to embrace conditioner if you're going to have cool hair, and the occasional deep condition, but this is true of even regular hair dye colors. With all of these tips, I've managed to get long-lasting color, cheaply, and without frying the hell out of my hair! If you have any questions about anything I haven't covered, feel free to leave a question in the comments!!! Happy hair-dyeing everyone!

Cosmoprof Day 2

Berocca is my friend! You really need a serious amount of stamina for this event - I'm actually wondering if I'll be able to move at all tomorrow. Lastnight we ended up an international packager's prize giving dinner.. all a bit confusing as the entire room (of over 100 people) had to individual stand up and say who they were. Kind of awkward moment as we announced we were bloggers and uh, nothing to do with packaging. There's definitely a different attitude to crowd control - while the prizes were being given out the whole ceremony was drawn to a halt while we were properly told off for talking and being disrespectful. Oops!


So another early start today, and while we kicked off with nails, our plans were easily diverted to other areas - basically you have to walk through one hall to get to another and on it goes, so that's how the distractions happen. Some of the brands are really very blogger friendly, others not so. They either just don't 'get it' or are suspicious. Megan, who blogs for www.dailymakeover.com pulls in 3 million viewers a month, so I don't really think they realise what they're turning away! It was lovely to bump into a couple of PR friends, and also to Deborah Lippmann again.


Serena Williams/OPI Collaboration
Who Knew? OPI Lipgloss
Dreaming of OPI!


The guy at the OPI stand (Italian distributor) was really friendly, spent a lot of time with us and gave us the chance to really look at everything OPI has to offer all at once. A little bird whispered that there *might* be a gold shatter planned for 2012, and again there are rumours that OPI is working on a non-salon long-last polish that will last for 3 weeks. Bring it on. 


Yep, we all recoiled. Eww. Kids with false nails and mascara. All kinds of wrong.

We loved this brand from Taiwan; the T.T. Mask, and especially the little sample masks they had so we could try the product on our hands. What's interesting about this is that the colours on the mask are actually product, so the green is tea tree for problem skin, the blue is seaweed extracts, black is bamboo charcoal for detoxifying and drawing impurities from the skin, and finally the pink mask is mix of minerals to revitalise and brighten.
Next, we stopped back at the Davines stand where all kinds of mayhem was taking place. They'd decided to offer travel size shampoos free of charge and each customer could choose their fragrance from a selection. However, with only one chemist (and apparantly it is only chemists that can stir the pot (?)) on our side of the counter, and each pot needing a time consuming stir, the whole goodwill gesture was quickly being replaced by impatience and frustration. Nice idea, but...


Above are pictures of make up with different textures and effects.. I fell a little bit in love with the coloured brushes, too. 
A selection of patterned hairpieces...I loved these purely because I've never seen anything like them.

Above, a sneak preview of the new crackle polishes coming up from Nails Inc.




We spotted these absolutely sweet little fragrance bottles. They're adorable!






The above brand is from Israel and is called Minus -147 Dead Sea Cosmetics. Although it's impossible to show in a picture, the Recovery Mud Mask is really something special. You apply it to the skin, leave it to work it's magic a while and then once it's done you take it off with a magnet. The mud minerals in the mask disappear onto the magnet and your skin is left completely clean with only a light coat of essential oils and chamomile flower oil, borage seed oil, evening primrose oil and Vitamins A and B. My skin felt intensely soft afterwards. It definitely has the wow factor and is apparantly either in or coming to Debenhams. You have to see it to believe what it does, and the actuall product, aside from the tricks, is beautiful. Hope the buyers are onto this one. 

Finally, here's a pic for all NYX fans!




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