Beauty on a Budget
E.L.F. Studio Eye Enhancing Eyeshadow Palettes are a range six coordinating shades of eyeshadow to compliment your eye color. This isn’t a new idea at all considering Almay, Covergirl, and many other brands have released similiar products.
Personally, I’m all about wear what you want however, I guess it’s quite nice having contrasting shades that supposedly compliment your own eye color. Being the rebel that I am (ha!) I got the Blue Eyes 1 selection rather than either of the two Brown Eye Palettes. Shrug! What? I liked the shades in this the best, sue me!
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Maybelline Color Tattoo 24 Hour Eyeshadow in Rich Mahogany is one of eight limited edition shades release for Fall 2012. Rich Mahogany is actually one of four warmer shades released and there are also four other shades that are a good deal bolder.
Dare I say I am enjoying the warmer colors way more than the bolder ones? How about you? Have you gotten your hands on all eight? Any favs?
After reading this post I’m sure you’re going to want Rich Mahogany!
Prestige Cosmetics introduced the cute little Vanity Flair Eyeshadow Palette ($15) for Fall 2012. This contains nine shades of shadow and a dual sided applicator in a tiny fancy vanity shaped palette.
I haven’t had a chance to test this out of yet but fancied swatching it today as a little sneak peek!
Have a look!
Pond’s Luminous Clean Daily Exfoliating Cleanser is one of three new products that Pond’s released in their new Luminous Clean Collection.
This collection is meant for duller skin as it brightens skin as it cleanses. I suffer from duller skin myself. I always feel like the life is sucked out of my skin if I’m not wearing makeup that’s why I’m always on the hunt for various skincare that combats the issue and reveals whiter, brighter skin.
This collection is enriched with moisturizing ingredients and white kaolin clay which gently draws out dirt, makeup, and impurities while improving dull skin and giving your complexion a brighter look.
The new E.L.F. Studio Flawless Concealer Brush ($3) might be a tempting budget pick if you just aren’t interested in ponying up the cash for the Sephora Pro Airbrush Concealer Brush ($24).
But how similar are they?