Is Rimmel trying to be like Missha? Meet Missha’s M Ever Lasting Lacquer Rouge.
Missha M Ever Lasting Lacquer Rouge is a highly pigmented matte creamy stain that promises a long wearing formula that doesn’t feather, bleed, or transfer. The lightweight texture is virtually weightless on lips but provides intense color. They can be worn sheer for lighter color or build up for more intensity. The matte finish can also get a boost from the clear shade available in the same formula which provides glossiness to the overall look and finish of the rouge.
They look a lot like Rimmel’s new Show Off Lip Lacquers don’t they?
Have you tried Rimmel’s version?
Think you might love Missha’s?
They aren’t yet available from Missha US but they should launch shortly I’m sure!
I’ve already reviewed one of the Lululun Facial Sheet Masks I got from Japan recently. It was a rather awful experience all around. Ugh. These are possibly the worst masks I’ve come across outside of the Kose’s Clear Turn Sheet Masks.
I was HOPEFUL that the LuluLunHigh Moisture Mask would turn out to be a better pick.
Maybe it was?Read More...
Heat wave is on ladies and lads. It’s been quite humid in Gotham the last two weeks or so. I was away a few days for the 4th but friends told me it was a brutal holiday. Like fry an egg on the concrete brutal.
I’ll be honest as much as I love me my little city I think that California weather is my ideal. Cool in the morning, hot in the afternoon, sunny but not soupy, and just right in the evening some coolness, sometimes a little heat but no humidity. Yeah, I kinda wish I could be a California girl sometimes.
But we have trusty tools in our arsenal to keep us cool! Especially our skin! Like the new Etude House Ice Shot Collection for Summer 2013.Read More...
This new tube formula is definitely more user friendly to the glass jars which can be messy, aren’t exactly hygienic, and will break easily if you drop them.
They are available in the Berry, Peach, and Mint variations same as the old version they just now come in a tube!
Each is 11,000 won and I guess this means they will become apart of the general catalog for good.
If you haven’t tried Baby Choux before now is a great time to do so with this new packaging!