Beauty on a Budget
Primers come and go out of my life but Urban Decay Primer Potion remains my main man. Nothing like it. It locks eyeshadow on for extreme wear ALL damn day! Loves!
But of course, as any good blogger and makeup junkie, I dabble with other primers but I always come back to my beloved UDPP.
My latest venture in eye primer land is the NYX HD Eye Shadow Primer. Brand new to NYX this is a high performance primer that evens out skin tone, smooths out lines, preps, primes, holds shadows in place, and walks the dog…I lied about the last part.
Does it work?
Today I close off my Sana Hadaomy Skincare Collection reviews with the most important product in the trio, the cream! I’ve already reviewed the mist and toner which should be used prior to the cream which I’ll tell you about today.
I’ve been using the three pieces as my AM skincare for the past few months and I have to say I really have enjoyed the run with it. I have no other skin products that need testing at the moment so I’ll continue on with this since it works out so well for me.
Let’s have a look!
The Glee cast aren’t the only ones getting their nail on this Spring. Milani RockStar Collection features one Coat Glitter & Jewel FX Speciality Nail Polish that celebs like the Bieb, Rihanna, Katy Perry, and more are rocking this season!
Ohh who here has come across the Revlon Heavenly Metal Collection? Likey so much dude! They have three shades of Revlon Molten Metal Eyeshadow Palettes. These palettes feature a duo of baked shadows, seriously, has Revlon ever done baked shadows before? Love! I have such a weakness for baked eyeshadows.
I picked up the Silver/Gold duo and I was kinda left wishing they had better shades available like some sort of bronze, brown combo? But sadly, no dice.
However, the Silver/Gold does the trick.
Let’s check it!
Revlon has brand new Luxurious Color Smoky Crayons available for Spring 2011. These pencils mimic the idea of MAC Greasepaint or MAC Shadesticks. It’s basically a chubby pencil which you can use to fill your lid and blend out for a smoked look. If you already own Greasepaints and Shadesticks in various shades you probably won’t absolutely need the Revlon Smoky Crayon however it is a nice budget option to have available!
Let’s have a peek!