Beauty on a Budget
I’m wearing L’Oreal Infallible Eyeshadow in Gleaming Bronze today. It was part of the L’Oreal Summer 2012 Collection and could or couldn’t be LE?
Hard to say really as these special displays really never say if a shade or product is limited edition. How irritating right?
As you know from my numerous rants I do have a little bit of a love/hate relationship with these eyeshadows but the formula is such a hit or miss that I feel this absolute need to collect them all.
Let’s see if you need Gleaming Bronze.
I’ve been seeing a lot of ravings for many of Neutrogena’s newer anti-aging skincare offerings lately which has me terribly curious about their new Rapid Tone Repair Night & Rapid Tone Repair Day SPF 30.
These new moisturizers are contain Vitamin skin to help diffuse the look of brown spots while evening out skin tone and Retinol SA to diminish the appearance of age spots as well as Hyaluronic Acid and Glucose Complex.
It’s like they included every single thing I want in a moisturizer into a single formula!
Let’s take a look!
Another big thanks to Dena for tweeting images of the new L’Oreal London Fall 2012 Colour Rich Nail Collection ($5.99).
I’m a huge Anglophil so of course, I just want these because…!
Hope we get a color collection to go along with it!
I’m always looking for a cheap eye makeup remover so count me as being terribly excited about the new Milani Instant Eye Makeup Remover.
Take a look!
Thanks to Dena for tweeting images of the Wet n Wild Fergie Nail Color Collection for Fall 2012 ($3.49).
I haven’t seen this display at my CVS yet but be on the look out.
I wonder if Fergie will get her own color collection from Wet n Wild this Fall now that she’s the spokesperson for the brand.
Well, actually, I wonder what Wet n Wild has in store for us period this Fall, seems like ages since I’ve seen anything new from them right?
As you know Neutrogena recently released a Shine Control Collection that includes foundation, powder, and primer.
I recently got my hands on the Neutrogena Shine Control Primer and was surprised that the formula wasn’t a typical silicone formula.
Take a look!