I know many of you already tried the new Maybelline Baby Lips Lip Balm
and didn’t really love ‘em. After a few reader’s mentioned Kissing Coolers in a prior post I did I had to go Google my past makeup life and look for photos of those lip balms.
So bloody 80’s! Do you remember them?
I guess you can say that Maybelline Baby Lips Lip Balm is one of the cuter, hipper products the brand has released in recent days. Don’t get me wrong they have really succeeded with their Eye Studio Collection but in regards to cute, hipster type of releases they aren’t nearly as inventive as they once were…can we haz petition to re-release Kissing Coolers?
Baby Lips has been making a few waves on the blogsphere as many bloggers got samples of the product during Fashion Week thus unleashing a wave of OMG you must try these moments. But Baby Lips isn’t technically a new product as it was released in certain parts of Europe and Australia early this year (not sure if Asia got these).
Each of these is a mere $2.99 and they promise to be a “clinical strength” lip balm. As far as I am concerned that kinda killed it for me, it’s a too big for your britches kinda moment. Top it off with “better looking lips”, “less dried out ones”, “more supple” ones…and it starts to overkill things…as why is it a mere $2.99 if it does all these AMAZING things?
I had to try for myself and see what the hype was about.
Avon has its traditional round of Sweet Harvest Lip Balms available for Fall.
The balms are 0.69 cents each and are available in:
- Sweet Almond
- Pumpkin Pie
- Candy Corn
- Candy Apple
You can get ‘em at shop.avon.com
P.S. M&M’s has a White Chocolate Candy Corn flavor available…shiz like this should be illegal, seriously, too gross! I’m a oddball because I love the scent of candy corn and really dig it in a lip balm but can’t stomach the candy. Gag me!
Do not want M&M Candy Corn!
Wet n Wild has introduced four new limited edition ColorIcon Glitter Palettes for Holiday 2011. These palettes pretty much remind me of the Holiday 2010 variations in terms of color the only difference being they are cream instead of powder.
After reviewing the Wet n Wild Fantasy Makers Glitter Palette I was pretty much prepared for these palettes.
Let’s take a look!
E.L.F. Studio Cream Blush is a brand new cream blush that the brand has started offering…
It’s six bucks.