Oh hai super cheap light and bright for my eyes!
IsaDora Eye Brow Lift & Define is a dual ended pencil that multitasks the job of defining and filling brows and highlighting them. One end of the pencil has a dark brown brown filler whole the other has a soft matte pink highlighter on the other end.
My brows are full already that I’m not making as much use out of the filler as I should but I am seriously in lust with the highlighter side of the pencil. It’s kinda a cheaper version of Benefit Lemon Aid. It works great at simply highlighting the upper brow area, giving eyes an arch and illusion of a lift. Or use it all over your eye to mattify it (particularly great if you have oily lids) and waken up your eyes. It’s ideal as a prep and prime for eyes and acts as a concealer for your lid area. My lids tend to be a bit red and dull unless I use a yellow base on them prior to applying shadow so this is ideal as a little pick me up for my lids. Even though it’s a pale pink shade it still manages to freshen up my lids and make me look wide awake and fresh. Likey! At $13 USD it’s a rather nice little steal and deal.
Who might like this:
- Anyone who has oily lids and wants to mattify them prior to shadow to prevent creasing and fading.
- Those who need to fill in brows for a fuller look!
- Anyone who has a touch of sagging around the eye area and desires a lifted look.
- Those who need a wake up call for their eyes!
All in all I really liked the price on this and can def see myself purchasing again in the future. I like the convenience of a dual product but I’d actually like to see them do the highlighter separately as I made more use of it.
You can purchase IsaDora at Amazon and Cosmetic Mall.
The Muse can’t begin to tell you how much she misses and mourns T’estimo. It was one of her very favorite Japanese brands of all times. I can’t look at most of my collection without sobbing in grief that it was discontinued. Why, god, why!
What in the world were they thinking when they axed T’estimo from the Kanebo line up? Insanity.
The Muse yanked out a few of her T’estimo palettes for a little stash spotlight!
Jump ahead for a peep!
The Muse wanted to pull out her entire T’estimo collection but she started sobbing as soon as she seen the T’estimo logo….so you’ll have to settle for a few pictures of her beloved palettes.
Oh the agony…why Kanebo? Why!?
Are you a T’estimo lover?
Ooooo I so need the cool aquas and greens that make up the Viva la Diva Tropical Temptation Collection.
Consisting of a gorgeous palette filled with an array of shimmering aquas and greens, Viva La Diva Tropical Temptation definitely tempts! Yum!
The collection also includes four pots of eye candy which is a shimmering cream shadow.
And finally some popping shades candy colored nail polish!
The Muse is a big lover of aquas and ocean greens for the Summer so this collection calls out my name!
Anyone up for a trip to Sweden? I’m free tonight!
You could convince me to buy Nivea makeup….
According to WWD Nivea is teaming up with lingerie designer Chantal Thomass to create a boudoir like collection. What? Boudoir-like? Ok, I’m so in!
You wouldn’t think Nivea would jump on board the boudoir express after dealing with skincare, cleansers, and body care for so long. I dunno, you’d think they’d do something..safe? But hey who am I to judge I’d so buy sexy Nivea makeup, don’t lie you know you would too!
The line will include eight lipsticks, six shadows, and two blushes and will be available within Europe from July 16th. I doubt we’ll see it stateside so start gathering up your Euro friends and begging them to please get you some sexy Nivea cosmetics!
Whatta ya think?
Loves Sexy Makeup from Nivea?
Tell the Muse!
Slap me happy! The Muse was browsing around the Internets and noticed that Missha revamped it’s website and now you can even order online!
Well, ‘ello there!
Missha is a Korean brand that’s sold in Korean, select Asian countries, and even Australia. Up until now I’ve never been privy to Missha within the US although I’ve seen a few odd pieces from it’s skincare collection here and there but never it’s point/base makeup collection.
Maybe I’ve been living under a rock but this is the first time I’ve seen Missha offering some of it’s point and base makeup items for sale within the US online including, ‘ello, BB Creams!
Now don’t get too excited as they really don’t have a whole lot going on at the moment, guess they are testing their feet in the US waters but they do have a few pieces here and there that can be exciting for the Asian cosmetic junkie in us all. Hey they even have the Missha Over Blusher! It’s a start people, it’s a start!
Some items are about the same price you’d pay in Korea but some are considerably higher. For example the BB Cream is $24.99 USD on the US site and 9,800? within Korea…major price jump. But they do offer free shipping with a $40 purchase and free samples plus you know you’re getting a fresh tube of BB where as with E-bay you have to pay shipping, probably aren’t getting samples, and may be getting an old tube.
Honestly, I’d rather give Missha my money than some E-bayer who’s jacking up the price on me. At least purchasing from Missha I can justify the higher costs as being a possible deal with importing it.
Anyway you splice it count the Muse happy she can get some Missha in the US now! Tis exciting news if ever I did hear it.
Click it to check out Missha’s site!
What do you think?
Excited to hear Missha is selling online now?
Tell the Muse!