The Muse has always wondered why Soap & Glory never had a full out website where fans could flock to pay homage to the awesomeness of it’s products.
Have no fears today’s Beauty News brings you the word of Soap & Glory breaking into the world of social media and the Interwebz.
The Muse has been so swamped she forgot she still has some left over bits to review from the Etude House Collage Moistfull Collection. Anyone get a chance to haul any of these bits yet? I know some of you are a big a fan of Korean Cosmetics as I am so do share your thoughts if you snagged any of it!
Today I’ll be reviewing my favorite item in the collection which is the Etude House Collagen Moistfull Essence-In Foundation. This is probably one of the more important pieces in the collection.
Jump ahead to hear my thoughts.
So Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser could prove too expensive for some.
Well a dupe-tastic product is coming your way shortly from Soap & Glory that should please plus it’s heaps cheaper.
Check it after the jump!
I got my hands on the new Bourjois Paris Smoky Eyes Palettes thanks to a good friend in the UK. She literally ran around trying to locate these little guys as it was a tough one to find. I’m still missing two of the palettes, one of which is the green, that’s the one I really wanted, but I do have a ton of the others to review for you today, good times.
I’m still testing out the Etude House Collagen Moistfull Collection, little slow I know. It’s been kinda an uneventful ride so far in all honesty. I’m not really particularly glad or sad that I purchased the entire collection but as of late Etude House is kinda a small blip on my beauty radar as it’s been a while in between stunning collections.
Etude House Collagen Moistfull Essence-In Base is what today is all about so take the jump for the review.