Oh, the beauty of simplicity!

Posted on 13 May 2013

You might ask what is RODIN olio lusso? Let me spell the answer for you. Is a collection of five exquisite elixirs for the skin, lips and hair. The key components in each chemical-free product are essential oils, derived from flowers and other botanicals, that are legendary for their soothing, softening, glow-giving, emollient and protective properties. Blended together they engage in a beautiful synergy that results in suppleness and radiance for face, body, lips and hair, instantly, immediately, with no fuss, no multi-step treatment regimen. Sound fantastic isn't? Sold at beauty, fashion, lifestyle and bed-and-bath retailers around the world the RODIN olio lusso beauty collection is a twenty-first century approach to easy, off-the-cuff luxury for the on the go women of all ages who seek touchable, dewy, light-reflectin skin and luscious-looking hair. This amazingly advertised product is all famous fashion bloggers and celebrities item on the beauty shelf at their homes. 

Only super luxury retailers would sell these magic oils. Retailers to go to in London if you decide to buy this expensive miracle, where prices waves from 20 pounds for lip balm to 97 pounds for luxury face oil, are Cult Beauty, Naturisimo and of course Liberty at Regent's St.
Rodin Linda is not that type of woman, who would hide under her product. That's what she says about her sense of style and herself as well. "I am the lowest-maintenance person I know. I don't labour over how I look". In her sixties today, Rodin is the model of spare elegance: tortoise shell eyeglasses, ballet flats and natural silver hair puller back in a ponytail. It's this natural, devil-may-care brand of beauty that won her modelling jobs when she moved to Italy to study at age eighteen. Her home is the most full of details, small statues, mirrors, boxes and thing you didn't even know existing. Personally I don't know how long I would be able to live in this type of home. Maybe a day, max - 3 days. 

She recently did a campaign for Karen Walker Eyewear with other powerful ageing-less women as Ilona Royce Smithkin, Joyce Carpati and Lynn Dell. But I will cover this up in my next post! 


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