As reported by Makeup Moxie, Jill Stuart will be launching it’s US debut!
How exciting is that?!
During Jill Stuart’s recent runway show attendees were given a blush compact and glosses. The line will soon launch within the US which will include an estimated 30 products for eyes, lips, and face. Since the Jill Stuart line collection is so vast I’m making the assumption they are keeping with a cosmetic theme and not yet introducing the skincare line up. I assume they are doing only a few products to test the waters out and see how well it sells. Prices will range from $15-$50 USD which sounds quite nice considering the prices within Japan at the moment are a bit higher.
Last year, the company sold $40 million dollars in cosmetics in Asia, 1 million of which belonged to the Muse hehe!
I’m curious to see if the release will go with colors already available within Asia or if they’ll do some LE shade selections available exclusive to the US. I think it’s safe to say at this point they’ll be testing all this out prior to diving fully in. I should hope the launch is successful as many eager Jill Stuart fans will be most happy about this situation!
I wanted to do a quickie update post about the Urban Decay Deluxe Train Case. I’ve already made up my mind and decided to take the plunge after hearing only 150 units were made up and already 50 have been sold today!
If you’re wanting it you’d best get motoring and grab one! I’m off to get mine right away!
Eyeko’s new Touch Up & Glow Highlighter is now a permanent fixture in the Muse’s makeup bag!
This cute highlighter comes in a tidy and neat click pen applicator for easy application that’s mess free and great for toting around for quickie touch ups on the go! The highlighter is a flattering pink shimmering shade that should suit most all skin tones.
You can use the highlighter in several ways one of which happens to be as a brow bone highlighter. I admit that when I prep my eye I do sometimes forget to concentrate on the brow bone this makes it simple! Swipe a little smidge on your brow bone, blend, and you’re left with a beautiful luminescent shimmer.
You can also use this on cheeks bones, as a light eyeshadow application for a quick eye look, as a liner for your bottom lash line for a bit of sparkle, the possibilities are endless!
I personal like toting around with me for swiping across my cheeks bones to add a bit of lighter and sparkle to my face when my makeup is wearing off, it does a fine job of freshening up my complextion!
Did I mention the price can’t be beat at £5? I’m sticking a Muse Approval on this for purchase. Simplicity rules my makeup world and this makes for a wonderful little addition to my makeup bag for quick touch ups on the god!
You can get yours from the Eyeko UK website (Yes, they ship to the US).
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The Muse is loving Eyeko Touch Up & Glow Highlighter!
Etude House has updated it’s website with the latest color story for Fall 2008. It’s a pretty small collection that also includes a skincare package that appears to be some sort of peel for the skin. I won’t be indulging in the skincare but some of the offerings from the point makeup selection looks very nice. The color story quite reminds me of Smashbox’s Wicked Lovely promotion but sports a more kawaii feel.
Etude House is mostly focused on the brand new mascara releasing with this collection. It looks like one version creates fuller, plumper lashes and the other separates and curls. There version of the Wicked Lovely promo is more of a Foxy versus Innocent look. I like it!
Other offerings in the collection are plumping glosses and a new face powder.
Although a small selection of goodies it still manages to catch my fancy so expect a review shortly!
Seen this new promo?
Tell the Muse!
P.S. Etude House has a rather cute blog theme you can download and use as part of your blog’s template! Do check it out! I thought it was rather cute!
When I originally indulged in the Fafi for MAC Collection I didn’t bother much with the Paint Pots released as I’m not a big fan. After many of you commented telling me what I was missing out on I felt rather bad I didn’t indulge however it was too late as many items had sold out!
Last week I ended up scoring at my local CCO which had all the Fafi for MAC Paint Pots available for $11.75 USD!
So I hauled a few shades for myself.
Check out your local CCO as they are stocking up on tons of last year’s holiday collection, loads of paint pots (including the ones from Fafi), and MSF galore!