Beauty on a Budget
Wet n Wild Go for the Gold is one of the first Summer 2011 Collections released from the brand. I’m pretty sure we’ll see a few more little collection releases from them as we head deeper into Summer.
This collection is super small and contains one Color Icon Eyeshadow Trio and a Color Icon Bronzer. I’ll be reviewing the Wet n Wild Color Icon Bronzer in Everything Under the Sun for you today.
I’m not much of a bronzer girl as you know but the budget price tag and the need to bring you the latest and greatest in newly released beauty pushed me over into the realms of purchasing this one.
Take a look!
Wet n Wild Go for the Gold Collection is a new limited edition Summer 2011 launch which features a ColorIcon Trio and a new Bronzer.
Don’t quote me but I believe both the shadow trio and bronzer are available in a single shade each.
These are $2.99 each and should appeal to those on a beauty budget.
Available now at select drugstores (I saw them at Harmons).
P.S. What’s the model wearing on her lips? Wet n Wild should have included that hawt shade in the collection! Loves it!
Here is today’s E.L.F. Cosmetics Coffee Break Special!
I tried out the new Avon Anew Solar Advance Sunscreen Face Lotion I told you about last week. This is one of two new sunscreens available from Avon (the other is a body version) that’s formulated with RepariShield which dramatically reduces the look of wrinkles and discolorations while protecting your skin from the sun with an SPF 45.
The high SPF value alone was one reason I wanted to try it out and of course the rather affordable $24 price tag for 2.6 oz as higher end SPF comes with a far bigger price tag.
Here’s my thoughts!
I’ve been using corrector palettes since the dawn of time, no, I’m not that old (time frame of use exgerrated for dramatically purposes). I’ve always found that they lighten up my complexion and make it look more flawless.
The new Avon Professional Corrector Palette was created by Jillian Dempsey and features not one shade selection but two which is a bit unusual when it comes to corrector compacts since they normally come in one range of color.
Let’s take a peek!