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Besame Cosmetics, We Are Proud Stockists

Besame Cosmetics was created by Argentinean born Gabriela Hernandez, who moved to America at the age of 12 from Buenos Aires. Gabriela was fascinated by the beauty routine of her Grandmother which seemed both sophisticated and glamorous.




Gabriela oozes creativeness with a degree in fine arts from Arts Center in Pasadena in California, later becoming a photographer, art director and author (Classic Beauty: The History of Makeup, Schiffer) which is a fascinating read, we love ours in the salon!



This truly beautiful vintage makeup range was founded in 2004 after a love affair with art, history and beauty, a must in anyone's handbag these cosmetics are feminine yet strong and elegant. Besame Cosmetics incorporates classic feminine ideas and colours into a brand that has stood the test of time and one that ladies keep going back to again and again.





With reproductions of classics  from the 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s, using innovative and cutting edge techniques that blend seamlessly with historical accuracy of makeup colours textures and packaging. This brand will helps you to feel empowered, strong and stunningly beautiful.



Besame Cosmetics are based in Southern California and have a true understanding of Hollywood's fascination with Vintage


  




As a Salon we are so very proud to be a Stockist of Besame and whether you purchase it in salon or in our  online shop here  its perfect, if  you are a vintage lover, or a woman who loves high quality makeup there is something for you. I now wear it everyday alternating my foundation between Besame Souffle in Bisque and True Beige you will never see me without my Besame  Lipstick!

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