I have a review upcoming of the new Etude House Princess Etoinette Blusher but today I thought I’d share a few photos first. As you know two colors of this limited edition blush was recently introduced for Holiday 2012 from Etude House.
The collection was launched in Korea a few short weeks ago and features a variety of very sweet, princess-y makeup pieces that are far more affordable and quite similiar in style to Japan’s Les Merveilleuses de Laduree Collection.
Here’s a tiny peek at the blushes!
Sleek Makeup False Eyelashes are available now in eight different designs.
Sleek’s new range of false lashes pays hompage to feline beauty with this unique lash styles. Formulated with natural fibres each lends a soft feel and finish to your own lash line.
Yes, the rumors are true. Lumene BB Cream is on the loose at CVS. Lumene Vitamin C+ Illuminating Anti-Age BB Cream SPF 20 is available in two shade selections ranging from $16 to $14 at CVS. I know, odd price tag right? But I actually saw it at two different CVS stores for two different prices.
Oh the confusion of it all! But I do want to try it as Lumene has some excellent skincare products so if anyone was going to get the Asian BB Cream formula down right I’m hopeful it’ll be Lumene!
I hope to see Rimmel Lasting Finish Soft Colour Mono Blush for Spring 2013 but it might turn into Summer 2013. Released recently in the UK these resemble Rimmel’s Glam’Eyes HD Eyeshadows with their little Union Jack emblem.
I purchased my first MAC Prep + Prime BB Beauty Balm Compact in August I believe? MAC launched the BB Beauty Balm Compact a few months ago but not many folks realized it was hanging out on the website.
It comes to the forefront this Spring 2013 as part of the general catalog. I mentioned in a few posts already that you’ll see BB Creams getting a big push for Spring so I suspect that’s why MAC is kinda bringing this forward.
Also keep in mind, it was supposed to launch with the Prep + Prime BB Beauty Balm but for some reason there were some delays thus the new “relaunch” of the product.
Take a look!