We have Buxom Lips so who says we can’t have Buxom Lash?
Count me intrigued! I generally like Bare Escentuals mascaras (not the ones with the kits though!) so I think I could like Bare Escentuals Buxom Lash.
12 hours of wear without clumping all while darkening lashes with a rich pigment, lengthening, and thickening delivering a bigger, fuller lash look toe eyes.
Supposedly volumizes lashes up to 300%!
Sure does sound promising.
The Muse obviously needs some! Check back for a review soon I’m sure!
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Ahh blessed relief from dry, cracked Winter skin! Lierac Hydrofilia Super Creme Corps is a rather fab moisturizer for those days when you’re skin is asking for a pick me up!
Lierac Hydrofilia Super Creme Corps is for very dry skin or for those with keratotic skin. Keratotic is a skin condition that causes small, acne-like bumps on the back, outer sides of the upper arms, thighs, and legs. I don’t have this condition however Lierac Hydrofilia is formulated for extra dry skin and that definitely fits the bill for this Muse.
This body cream is specially formulated for very dry skin types or those with keratotic skin. It’s a moisturizing gel formula with lipid replenishing complex for instant relief and moisture. It diminishes flakes and tightness on contact and works exceedingly well at making my rough elbows and knees feel soft and silky again!
It has quite a beautiful scent to it and the gel like formula absorbs into skin easily and effortlessly. I like that I don’t have to use a whole lot of product to get the moisture I need as a tiny drop goes a long way at healing my dry skin. As with all Lierac products I find the scent quite addicting as it’s a cross between fresh with hints of floral.
A 5oz tub is $36 USD and probably not the cheapest cream around however it does an amazing job at making my dry skin feel instant relief so I’ll definitely purchase again when I run out.
All in all another fab fine from Lierac!
You can snag yours at www.drugstore.com
Visit Lierac at www.lierac.us
Have you tried any of the Lierac Collection?
Do share as I’d love to hear your thoughts on the line!
If you weren’t particularly a big lover of MAC Dazzleglass you might be relieved and happy to see MAC’s latest release entitled MAC Cremesheen Glass.
The Muse wonders if Dazzleglass nay sayers even exist….naaa, can’t be!
Jump ahead for a sneak peek at MAC Cremesheen releasing from MAC February 5th, 2009.
As I was saying if by some strange, weird chance you weren’t loving all the sparkle and shimmer of MAC Dazzleglass, you’ll be pleased with the release of MAC Cremesheen part of the MAC Cremeteam Collection which includes eight brand new shades of gloss in a brand new formula.
If a creamy, dreamier formula of lipglass is what you crave minus any sparkle and shimmer look no further as MAC Cremesheen has you covered. The two colors I tried are of medium pigmentation and quite a lovely creamy texture that glides onto lips leaving behind a glossy pout with a hint of gorgeous color. The texture is considerably less sticky compared to a regular MAC Lipglass but still manages to have a thick, creamy consistency that’s ideal for keeping lips moist and shiny!
I tried out Looks like Sin which is a nice solid maroon red and Petite Indulgence (my fav of the two!) which is a popping bubblegum pink.
Although I prefer my glosses with a hint of shimmer or sparkle I can’t deny that MAC Cremesheen’s are quite a nice little indulgence. I’m looking forward to the release to see what other colors tempt me!
Looking forward to the MAC Cremesheen release?
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Welcome to a new category entitled “In the Muse’s Purse”! I thought this would be a kinda fun way of seeing what I’m toting around in my purse at the moment.
Now it doesn’t include EVERYTHING that’s in my purse it only includes one item that I am loving at the moment! You’ll have to check out my next post to see what else is happening in my purse!
Jump ahead to see what’s featured In the Muse’s Purse today!
Omg this is probably so corny but I’m utterly in love with single packs of Kleenex Aroma Tissues.
I picked these up at Harmon’s a few weeks ago and they have every since made a guest starring appearance in my bag. Considering my nose is always stuffy in the Winter it’s ideal to have a single package of small tissues around for cases of the sniffles or even for blotting my lipstick.
What’s so special about a package of tissues?
Well…they are actually aroma tissues…cool right? What’s that mean? It means they are scented with Strawberry, Mint, and Nectarine. Teehee! Cool right? What? Sue me, the little things make a Muse happy.
I kinda get a kick out of Strawberry scented tissues! I just thought these were too cute and a nice little item to tote around in my bag. Who wants boring old tissues when they can have Minty, Strawberry, or Nectarine scented ones!
Kleenex Aroma Tissues are currently what’s in the Muse’s purse!
What’s in your purse?
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Who was it that said if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again! It was actually W.C. Fields..my mum would be proud and stuff for knowing that type of trivia! She’s some sort of big supporter of W.C. Fields….shrug.
Anyway. The moral of the story is that most times, with makeup, I don’t try, try again. If I use something and it fails to work the first time I’m normally tossing it across the room and sighing in frustration. This actually happened recently with the brand new Urban Decay Cream Shadow released for Spring.
Oh my god…so frustrating and irritating as hell to apply! I was at my wits end and trying again was NOT an option.
Read ahead to find out why…
Cream shadows are not a new product as Urban Decay actually had the line a few years ago but it was discontinued from the main catalog and slowly disappeared to wherever unwanted makeup goes (the land of misfit toys maybe?). I actually can’t recall trying the cream shadows back then but it’s fitting as I was on my passionate dislike of all things cream at the time.
As of recent the Urban Decay Spring Collection has reintroduced cream shadow to the scene in twelve new bold, vibrant shades. Exciting for me as I’m now Miss fan girl when it comes to cream shadows!
After getting my haul of cream shadows I quickly uncapped, swatched, and proceeded to be delighted by the awe aspiring vibrant shades! These were special! Shimmery, vibrant, bold, and pigmented makes a girl happy indeed. The formula manages to be creamy and thick yet also have a thin consistency…trying to explain exactly would do my head in just trust me that the formula carries some interesting aspects. All 5 shades I tried were extremely pigmented which made me quickly eager to test on my eye.
And test I did and disappointed I was. Oh my god! To say they sucked was an understatement. After layering the product on my eye I proceed to pat and blend with my fingertip which causes the product to streak, slide off, and create one big hot mess. I was so frustrated after 10 minutes of trying to get fifty layers of product to look somewhat presentable on my eye! No matter how I blended the shadow simply would NOT stay on my eye and presented a streaky strange mess. I can’t begin to tell you how disappointed I was. I couldn’t help but feel amazingly impressed with my swatches but what the hell was going on during application? The shadows quickly sailed across the room and luckily didn’t land in the trash bin at the rate I was going.
After a week of sulking I did something I never do…I tried again. To my utter delight I finally figured out the correct and proper way to get the product on and boy was I ever happy because the finished results were stunning!
So there is a trick to application…listen closely and you’ll fall in love with Urban Decay Cream Shadows like the Muse soon enough minus her initial frustration. No fingertips required…that’s the key to application. Do not, I repeat do not try to blend with your fingertips! The shadows come in a tube with an attached sponge applicator you’re going to be very thankful for the sponge tip applicator as it layers product and creates a deeply pigmented, shiny eye look. To start the application prep with Urban Decay Primer Potion, wait to dry a few seconds, and proceed to layer Urban Decay Cream Shadow in the color of your choose onto your lid. Start slowly and follow your lid up to the crease with one layer. Wait a few seconds until the product is slightly dry and proceed to apply a second layer of the shadow, wait a few more seconds, and complete with one last layer. One layer is perfectly fine but I find that the product blends into the crease much better and creates a super intense eye look with three layers in place. With lighter shades you can pat a tiny bit with your finger tip but with darker shades don’t bother as it streaks so stick to using the sponge applicator for application. Possibly sounds strange and maybe difficult to do but the fact of the matter is the sponge applicator works fantastically well at applying the product correctly minus the streaking and mess I get with my fingers the first time around.
After using the sponge applicator for application I ended up with a fantastic eye look that was bold, vibrant, and shimmery! Yums!
As I mentioned I tried out five of the shades but I def want to add more to my little stash! The colors I tried were:
- Weeds-Smoky dark, forest green
- Whipped-Shimmering Peach
- Radium-Metallic Blue
- Sphynx-Shimmering pink with silver
- Midnight Rodeo-Pink champagne beige
Weeds was a particularly favorite as it gives me a smoked eye green eye look that lends a certain mystery to my brown eyes. I also adored Midnight Rodeo as it’s such a unique shade that’s a cross between pink and beige, I’m hoping we’ll see this in powder form one day soon! And finally I was loving Whipped as it has a ton of lovely shimmer and is quite different from any of the other peach shades in my collection.
All in all after my dramatic start I ended up falling quite in love with these and I’m Muse Approving them for purchase! Remember if at first they don’t work try, try again as the Muse promises after practice you’ll get the knack of application!
Get yours at www.urbandecay.com