There comes a time in your beauty life, when you need to re-evaluate your skincare strategy. If your wardrobe has evolved to include designer labels and full retail prices but you’re still buying harsh, brightly colored face wash made for teens at the drugstore; it may be time for a product upgrade. Consider your face as your passport to the world, the thing more people will look at and admire than your clothing or your shoes. Isn’t it time to consider investment skincare? It may be costly but ultimately, it may be worth it. Let me upgrade you! Allow me to introduce you to Parisian brand Sisley, and their high end, luxurious and innovative approach to skin nourishment, cleansing and care.
I first experienced Sisley at The Shops at Crystals in Las Vegas, where I was lucky enough to have a personalized facial and introduction to the brand. Founded in 1976 by Hubert d’Ornano, the brand is a cult favorite around the world that’s rationed out to ardent fans who crave their creams and masques. The Sisley in Las Vegas is the first freestanding US boutique for the prestige brand. The ambiance is like being in a glamorous French spa – pristine, glittering, posh but warm and inviting all at the same time. Their most popular, highly coveted products include All Day All Year, an “anti-aging dayteam shield,” and the Sisley Global Anti-Age which tops out at $490 for a 1.7 oz jar.
The products are made with top of the line ingredients and advanced technology, and that doesn’t just stop at skincare. Sisley also has a best selling makeup line that promises to infuse beauty benefits into their use. Their So Intense mascara is intended to also be a treatment to nourish and grow your lashes over time. The Phyto Lip-Twists impart pigment, shine and penetrating moisture. Plus they come in bold bright Berry and Cherry – perfect for the holiday season!
Contributing Editor, Patrice Grell Yursik is the creator of Afrobella.com, one of the first blogs to celebrate the beauty of natural hair and ladies of all skin tones and sizes. Affectionately called the Godmother of Brown Beauty Blogging, Patrice takes her readers inside unique beauty, fashion and cultural experiences.