I need more cuteness in my life.
Ok, that’s a lie I probably don’t need more kawaii makeup products in my life but…but..but..I can’t help myself….
Just one more k?
Anna Sui Limited Edition Oil Control Paper Set and I’m done….maybe, kinda, sorta..
Jill Stuart is a luxury brand of cosmetics that started out life exclusively in Japan and more recently spread across Asia. The bad news is the product I’m about to review for you is not available within the US, I got it from Japan, however the good news is some of the Jill Stuart Cosmetic Collection is sold in the Jill Stuart Soho store (details) if you get a craving for the brand after reading this post.
Those of you who have never heard of the brand can rewind back to 3 or 4 years ago when I first started Musings and read my Introduction to Japanese Brands to higher your education a little bit and check out my Jill Stuart Spotlight from my really strange MuseTV days.
Ahh the evolution of Jill Stuart blush. She started out loose, became a solid, and now she’s loose again! The new Jill Stuart Blush Blossom Dual Cheek Color is a compact form of Jill Stuart Loose Blush. It’s chic, it’s gorgeous, and it’s brand new for the Jill Stuart Fall Collection 2010.
Let’s take a look!
A year or two ago Biore introduced Mandarin Blossom scented nose strips. Obviously the idea never took flight in the US. Shrug, guess we aren’t so inclined to have scented nose strips…?
I happen to be inclined which is why I snatched up some of the Biore Resort Pore Pack Nose Strips. I like scented products, sue me. While I’m sitting around waiting for plaster to dry up on my nose, it’s always pleasant to close my eyes and pretend I’m on a tropical island.
Which one of those things so do not go together right? Oh well! I dig the scent!
Several weeks ago Eva Chen tweeted a photo of some of the Stila Holiday 2010 goodies we could expect soon from the brand. Fast forward to the present and Bella Sugar Australia is flashing around a very pretty photo of the Stila Stars in Your Eyes Palette which looks similar to Holiday 2010’s palette but with more natural shades of color.
Yes, please, I’ll take it!