Beauty on a Budget
Milani has introduced three new shades of their Marbelized Baked Eyeshadow to their line up for Spring 2012. These shades will remain added to the catalog so they aren’t limited edition and you have plenty of time to purchase them.
Both the price point and the quality make them a tempting pick for Spring plus one shade stands out as a true keeper.
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Possibly we need another two or three mouths to get through all of the lipglosses that we like to collect.
At least I do.
I need a clone, or several…each one could sport a different shade of gloss.
If you need MORE gloss in your life I’d say the new budget friendly Avon Fruity Lip Juice Lipgloss is the ticket.
Available in eight fruity flavors these little gems impart deliciously flavored shine with a scent and taste that lasts for hours, not counting the amount you’ll probably lick off.
- Ripe Melon
- Fruit Punch
- Fresh Grape
Available for $1.99 each at avon.com
What are your fav budget glosses for Spring?
Avon SuperExtend Extreme Mascara is a new Spring mascara launch that looks mighty interesting. The brush applicator features a bristles surrounding a plastic wand, appears they brought traditional mascara applicators versus newer ones into the mix here.
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Milani introduced Haute Flash Full Coverage Shimmer Lipgloss last Summer for a limited time. This Spring they bring back it back with new and old shades to choose from.
The great news if you love ’em? They are now part of the general catalog.
Speaking of Flash……
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Wow so cutting age, E.L.F. has a washing powder.
If you’re not in the know on your Asian beauty you might not know that washing powders are fairly common in various parts of Japan, Korea, etc….
What is it?
Sounds odd right? It’s simply a powder in a bottle of some sort that you shake out (like salt or sugar) into the palm of your hand and you add a little water to it to. Once you add the water it’ll lather up and you can clean your face with it. I’ve literally tried hundreds of washing powders most of which have whitening or brightening promises. I don’t particularly love washing powders as I find they are messy to work with. As here you are jugging a wet face and hands, struggling to get a bottle open to pour a powder into your hands, etc….etc….I also don’t think many of them deliver on their promises and in a few cases they end up making my skin very tight and dry after use.
I do find it completely novel that E.L.F. is one of the very first washing powders I’ve seen in the US market.
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