Emerging Beauty Brands hosted a bloggers event, ‘Pamper Paradise’, which I kindly got invited to.
This company started as a family business that helps small beauty brands to expand in the region. Two of the brands that they introduced to us were Sleep in Rollers and Xen-Tan. If you haven’t heard of them before, I’m sure you can find them at Bloomingdales and Sephora.
Jay from Hairworks was here to demonstrate how to use the Sleep in Rollers as well as the so-called ‘donut’. I was so impressed by the results! The rollers give very nice Kim K curls. And the buns that were done with the donut turned out amazing as well. You can see in the pictures that Jay added a touch to the look by adding braids which I found lovely!
Each and every one of us got a tanning consultation by the very kind founder of EBB, Cat. She presented the brand, Xen-Tan, and pointed out the skin benefits of the products that contain: milk thistle, ginger root, green tea, vitamins E & A and shea butter. Plus, the products smell like chocolate and vanilla unlike chemically smelling tanners. After asking me how I liked my fake tan to look like (light, medium, dark), if I wanted an immediate effect or not, if I wanted it to wash away in the shower… I went for The Deep Bronze Deluxe.
At the event, we all sat around a table and chatted about hair and beauty. You know, the kind of stuff that I love to talk about. I realized that I was the only one in the room who never dyed her hair before and never fake tanned before. That was embarrassing, haha! Luckily, now I own my first fake tanner. Yay!
We were treated by mouthwatering cupcakes and delicious food prepared by 1762. I regret missing out on the cupcakes, they looked amazing! And the cherry and top of the cake was that we didn’t leave empty handed. You can see in the picture below that EBB was very generous with the goodie bag!
A big thank you to Cat and Sarah from Emerging Beauty Brands for the invite and for giving me the chance to meet beauty bloggers in Dubai!
Have you ever tried Sleep in Rollers or Xen-Tan before?