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  • Mother's Day Tips

    March 24th, 2017

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    Mother’s Tips

    Today, we are celebrating Mother’s Day. To celebrate, we asked our team to reveal the best beauty tip their mothers gave them.  Continue Reading


  • Harvey Nichols Dublin - Beauty Room

    March 24th, 2017

    Dublin Beauty Room

    This month saw the official opening of our first beauty room in Ireland at Harvey Nichols Dundrum in Dublin. All facials are 90€ for one hour and the booking fee is fully redeemable against two Omorovicza purchases made on the day.  Continue Reading


  • Mother’s Day Gift Guide by Margaret de Heinrich

    March 23rd, 2017

    Margaret's Gift Guide for Mother's Day

    I love giving gifts… I just love it.  A little thought to say thank you or that they are being thought of is as much a delight to give as it is to receive.  Continue Reading


  • Interview with Sandra Cooke

    March 22nd, 2017

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    Sandra is an Australian born makeup artist, based in London, travelling the world with her dream career in fashion, represented by the Wall Group. She was obsessed with make up from a very young age, and grew up loving everything art, beauty and fashion. So after completing her Chartered Accounting qualifications at age 23, and working in international tax, she announced to her family she was having a career change, enrolled in mak up college and hasn't looked back. She is a self-confessed beauty junkie with a real passion for skincare, health and wellbeing.  Continue Reading


  • Interview with Naoko Scintu

    March 14th, 2017

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    Born and raised in multi-cultural Camden Town, London, Naoko’s heritage is a combination of her Japanese mother and Italian father. Naoko studied fine art and design & technology at university before attending The London College of Fashion to study specialist make-up.

    Naoko Scintu landed into the industry as a freelance make-up artist contributing for Chinese Vogue with photographer Kai Z Feng. Following her studies, Naoko went on to assist the likes of Alex Box, Val Garland and Miranda Joyce; travelling to work on shows across the globe in New York, Rio, Paris & Milan as well as London.

    Over the years, Naoko has established an impressive portfolio with an array of international titles, clients and photographers. Her editorial includes I-D, Interview, Elle and V Magazine with advertising clients such as Mulberry, Balmain and Calvin Klein, alongside working with celebrities and super models such as Karlie Kloss,

    Naoko continues to work globally, represented by the agency 'The Wall Group', and has already acquired an impressive collection of magazine covers.

    We interviewed Naoko in the next of our International Women’s Day series…

    What is your idea of happiness?
    Contentment in all aspects of one's life, to enjoy what you do day to day and to be challenged.

    When and where were you happiest?
    What comes to mind is when I was a teenager and training in Artistic Gymnastics for Camden gymnastics club. The challenge of the sport, the incredible feeling when you first master a back flip and 'tumble' and the over whelming feeling of happiness, it felt like flying. Very happy times.

    What is the trait you most dislike in yourself?
    I worry too much about the small things.

    What is the trait you most dislike in others?
    Bad manners and 'passive aggressiveness'.

    Which words or phrases do you overuse?

    'Basically' and 'do you know what I mean'.

    If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?
    ... to have an incredible memory.

    What do you most value in your friends?

    Humour and honesty.

    How would you like to die?
    In my sleep.

    What is your motto?

    Treat others how you would like to be treated.

    If you were stranded on a desert island, what luxury would you take?
    A Yurk.

    You can follow Naoko on Instagram here


  • Ingredient Focus – Edelweiss Flowers

    March 14th, 2017

    Omorovicza Ingredient Focus - Eldeweiss Flower

    Edelweiss is a powerful ingredient within the new Firming Neck Cream and a natural protector against the signs of ageing. We reveal why this magical flower packs a punch:

    • Edelweiss flowers are full of antioxidants. These fight free radicals and can even act as a sunscreen to prevent any further damage from harmful UV rays.
    • These plants deliver moisture deep into the epidermis providing long-lasting hydration. This helps to reduce the s appearance of wrinkles and subsequent ageing.
    • Edelweiss flowers resurface the skin to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and sagging skin.
    • Edelweiss flowers have anti-inflammatory and healing properties.
    • Stem cells from these flowers help to produce collagen and restructure skin cells.

    Edelweiss flowers grow in alpine ranges in extreme climate conditions. They are the national flowers of Switzerland.


  • Enntrance – Boudoir Moments

    March 09th, 2017

    Enntrance

    Hungarian beauty blogger Enntrance reveals which Omorovicza products she uses to pamper herself in the next of our Boudoir Moments series.  Continue Reading


  • Interview with Jane Winkworth

    March 09th, 2017

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    Interview with Jane Winkworth

    Jane Winkworth, the founder and principle designer of French Sole, is known as "The Queen of Ballet Flats" and has been described by Vogue Magazine as being solely responsible for turning the humble ballet pump into a true fashion classic.  Continue Reading


  • International Women’s Day

    March 08th, 2017

    Intl Women's Day

    To celebrate International Women’s Day we asked our team to reveal which woman or quote has inspired them throughout history.  Continue Reading


  • International Women’s Day

    March 08th, 2017

    Interview Margaret

    Today, we are celebrating International Women’s Day. International Women’s Day is a time to reflect on progress made, to call for change and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and communities.  Continue Reading


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