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Kocostar Slice Mask Sheet - Pineapple - Pineapple
£4.00
Kocostar Slice Mask Sheet - Pineapple - Pineapple
Slice Mask Sheet by Kocostar, Pineapple slice masks, Can be used on the face or body, Designed to hydrate and refresh skin, Apply to clean, dry skin, Apply slice mask to desired area, Leave to absorb for 20-30 minutes, Remove and massage excess serum into skin, No rinsing required, Includes two sheets of six slice masks, Product size: 20ml. K-beauty brand Kocostar freshens up your beauty regime from top to toe with its innovative mask packs. Treat your feet, hair, face and more with its home salon range and fruity sheets.
ASOS
EcoStardust Pineapple Biodegradable Glitter - Pineapple
£6.00 £4.50
EcoStardust Pineapple Biodegradable Glitter - Pineapple
Glitter by EcoStardust, Sparkly glitter for face and body, Biodegradable formula, Made from non-GMO eucalyptus trees, Vegan friendly, Part of the Eco Edit. If you thought the environment and glitter didnt go hand-in-hand, think again. The sparkle-lovers behind EcoStardust aim to spread awareness of environmental issues one biodegradable glitter pot at a time. Get glammed up with its colourful, vegan-friendly shades and help save the planet, too cool, right?
ASOS
Afro Deco - Pineapple - Grey
£50.00
Afro Deco - Pineapple - Grey
The pineapple has been a symbol of wealth and hospitality since the days of the early colonies. The legend began with a sea captain of New England, who sailed among the Caribbean Islands and returned to the colonies bearing their cargo of fruits, spices and rum. According to the legend, the captain would spear a pineapple on a fence post outside his home to let his friends know of his safe return from sea. The pineapple was an invitation for them to visit, share his food and drink, and listen to tales of his voyage. The English who were overwhelmed with the fruit drew inspiration from its looks and unique shape. As a result, the pineapple inspired the Jamaica Coat of Arms and was used as an architectural element in pottery and planters. The artistic appeal and decorative effect that the pineapple rendered were significant and the pineapple symbol inspired bed posts, tablecloths, napkins and napkin holders as well as bookends and candle holders. The symbol of this cherished fruit grew to be represented on any form of decorations that were visibly displayed for guests to enjoy and feel welcomed. Edition: 250, signed 2015 Sold unframed and unmounted Paper: Hahnemuehle German Etching, 310gsm
Wolf and Badger