Yes, I’m that girl. The one obsessed with purchasing Victoria’s Secret Beauty Rush goodies. How can you resist? They purposely tempt you with little buckets of makeup joy as you head for the register to pay for your purchases. They glare are you, whispering to take them home as you patiently wait in line.
Seriously, there’s some strategic calculations going on here so when you see a display of Beauty Rush by the cash register, just know it’s a marketing trick to tempt you and MAKE you buy them.
It could prove even more tempting now that the line has relaunched with a brand new look!
Take a peek!
Makeup Gods be with you at the register when you’re struggling with that 4 for $20 price tag, knowing you really don’t want to dish out $20 but doing it anyway!
Fall 2012 brings Korres Volcanic Minerals Volumizing Mascara to the table. Korres has always offered a single mascara that just worked. That was cool with me, sometimes variety can be tiresome. A single product, that just works takes the chore out of too many choices and for me an indecisive type like that’s perfectly fine.
Let’s take a look at the new Korres Volcanic Minerals Volumizing Mascara.
I think I’m contradicting myself in here somewhere. Happy with one mascara, eager to try the new…yeah…def some contradiction!
Lotree is one of (of many) Korea’s more visually pleasing brands as I like to call them. This is a brand that really pays close attention to it’s packaging and wraps things up in a royal purple and silver gorgeousness that simply reeks elegance.
My experience with the brand hasn’t always been pleasant. The packaging is a little misleading as how can anything wrapped in purple and silver prove awful? But indeed, like many Korea brands the fancy packaging doesn’t always lead to a superior formula.
However, there’s been a product or two that’s popped up at me and became a keeper.
Lotree BB Primer Tinted Control Base SPF 21 is one such product.
Thank you so much for the supreme hold of Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Fix. What would I do without it?
Am I the only one around with eyebrows that have a complete mind of their own. Seriously, my eyebrows have their own thinking pattern and do what they want. I wouldn’t be surprised if they got up and walked away one day for a coffee break. They are just so unruly. If I don’t keep them groomed I’ll likely end up with a really horrible looking uni-brow.
A little Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Fix keeps them neat and tidy!
Too Faced Lash Injection Extreme Tubing Mascara ($21) is the brand’s revamp of their popular Lash Injection formula. I wasn’t particularly keen on the original Too Faced Lash Injection Mascara in all honesty but I’m always terribly curious when a brand relaunches a cult favorite in a new formulation.
I think for me Lash Injection fell into two groups, people who really loved it and others that didn’t get the happiness and joy from use. I fall into the “I don’t get it?” group.
However, being the junkie I am I decided to give their new formatted Lash Injection Extreme Tubing Mascara a whirl.