Lavshuca Lav Fake is a new cream blush that can be used on eyes, cheeks, and face. Visions of Etude House Sweet Recipe Cupcake All Over Color entering your head?
Lav Fake recently launched recently in Japan for Winter 2013 in two limited edition shades.
Take a peek!
You might recall I recently reviewed the Lavshuca Candy Bon Bon Lipstick for you which I didn’t really love. The lipstick is available in three shade types and I was hopeful that the shiny type would a formula I enjoyed since I found the regular color type wasn’t exactly to my liking.
Did I like Lavshuca Shiny Candy Bon Bon Lipstick?
Lavshuca Candy Bon Bon Lipstick is a new mini lipstick launched in Japan for Fall 2013. Lavashuca Candy Bon Bon Lipstick kinda feels like a relaunch of Lavshuca Jewel Lipstick to me.
I recently purchased the three main finishes that this collection offers and I thought I’d review each finish separately as each offers a different formula and texture.
Let’s take a look!
Lavshuca Hand Figure Veil is a new hand and nail cream that launched last Winter during the Holidays. As it is getting cooler now I thought Lavshuca Hand Figure Veil should come out of its drawer and onto my desk to keep my hands pleasantly scented and moisturized.
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I just asked my friend in Tokyo to pick me up all the shades of the new Lavshuca Melty Trick Cheeks Blush. Mind you I don’t need them but I really WANT them.
A few years ago, I sound like my father preparing to tell the story of when he had to walk to school, in the snow, with no shoes on…ahem…a few years ago, Jill Dempsey created these stunning little Horizon Blushes that I absolutely adored and I must admit the new Lavshuca Melty Trick Cheeks Blush quite reminds me of those.
Take a look!