Posts From December 2011
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Depending how you look at the Stila DayDream Palette it’s either really exciting or really ho-hum. I happen to fit into the realms of being kinda excited about it and kinda meh about it. Stila released a massive palette like this last year and I generally liked it but fast forward to this year and it gets a bit repetitive and easily duped.
I will say the Daydream palette, in terms of packaging, is visually pleasing. I say “visually” since it actually isn’t practical or user friendly in some cases but more on that later. The price is a very nice $18 as well so if you’re seeking to gift something a little special this is quite cute.
Let’s take a look!
L’Oreal has a brand new click pen concealer they released with their Magic Lumi Collection. I love click pens they just make application super easy and they are oh so portable for touch ups on the go. I know some folks feel they are breeding ground for bacteria particularly lipglosses in this style packaging but I can’t help but love how simple and easy to use they are.
I’m a concealer junkie, I mean, I probably have more concealers than I do eyeshadows (slight exaggeration for dramatic purposes) so I was all about checking this out but was a little wary since the Magic Lumi Collection is all about highlighting and illuminating. In most cases, concealers that are meant to illuminate end up looking crazy shimmery and adding shimmer under aging eyes, not a good idea peeps.
Let’s take a look and see if L’Oreal Magic Lumi Concealer is worth a go.
I happen to be old enough to remember the Urban Legend that was spread across my school about Little Mikey, the kid from the Life Cereal commercials, who mixed a deadly combination of Pop Rocks and Coke and proceeded to explode and die.
Ahhh youth. Did we ever really believe this crap?
Lush has absolutely no issues with including Pop Rocks in their new Pow Wow Lip Scrub.
If you follow me on Twitter you know I preach the good word of Sheppard (More Romo, more Romo!) to anyone who will listen. Hell, I preach it to @BBCAmerica and remind them daily how much I appreciate his voice over work for the channel.
Thank you BBCAmerican Gods for gifting us with the divine vocal voice over work of Mark Sheppard, praise Jebus, thank Gawd, Amen! P.S. Please ask the Supernatural Gods to not let Bobbi die, k, thanks.
I came across a rather brilliant T-Shirt on RedBubble last month and instantly had to add it to my fandom palace. Behold SuperWho fangurls:
I know SuperWho fangurls like myself are out there so this one is for you! You NEED this shirt.
Speaking of fangirls…I happen to be a fangirl of EOS as well as Who and Supernatural.