E.L.F. Studio HD Blush ($3) has launched to some great excitement and let’s face it who wouldn’t be hyped about a three dollar blush that quite reminded us of Make Up For Ever‘s much more expensive version at $26!
Rich, creamy, and HD ready these promise a long wearing formula and are available in five shades.
Do you need them?
Unconfirmed news since I haven’t seen it in store myself but several of my reader’s have e-mailed that there are new Lambie Slippers available at Bath & Body Works.
Praise the Lambie Lords!
You know from many, many, many of my past posts that I absolutely adore Bath & Body Works Lambie Collection. The slippers, the socks, the blanket, and the plushes…! All of them have a guest starring role in my own stash. Although it’s ridiculous I’ve hauled every single lambie blanket that Bath & Body Works released since they launched Lambie.
It’s just so soft and plush and gorgeous! Plus all the items made great gifts.
Needless to say when I heard of these sightings I was super excited. I must get to my local store soon. Nothing online yet but I’ll be sure to blog it when I do hear or see more.
Anyone find Lambie at their store?
It’s about time as it’s been at least two years since Bath & Body Works suddenly stopped doing the collection!
I just did a major Fall Candle Haul and now Slakin & Co. and Bath & Body Works have launched some of the new Holiday 2012 Candle Collection.
Does it every end?
I want some of these NOW!
No word yet on Lush Halloween 2012 however, the UK does have out a few retro items that are available now for purchase. Lady Catrina Soap is not one of them, very sad sigh here.
I hope to see something new and exciting from Lush for Halloween this year but I have hopes that Catrina will return as it is one of my favorite soaps. I also wish that Lush would do a shower gel again in the scent but sadly I have yet to see the return.
Let’s hope we’ll see it this year.
For now here’s a look at Lush Retro Halloween 2012.