Steals and Deals
Looks like Sephora is giving the axe to Sugar Cosmetics as it’s quietly being marked down to 50% off!
The good news is you can now indulge in the Sugar Sweet Cheeks Baked Blush I recently reviewed for only $12 bucks! I could kick myself as I paid $24!
A few items that caught my eye:
Sugar Freshen Up Breath Freshening Lip Gloss $6 USD
Sugar Round the Clock Eye Shadow Palette in Punch Out $14 USD
Sugar Pump ‘Em Up Lipgloss $6 USD
Sugar Sweet Cheeks Baked Blush $12 USD
Although I’m not a huge fan of Sugar, I do like a few of their items and it’s sad to see it go! I’ll be taking advantage of a few items myself!
Anyone else hauling?
Tell the Muse!
Sugar Cosmetics Sweet Cheeks Baked Blush Review
Enjoy 30% off your entire order at Vincent Longo by using promo code NEWLAUNCH
Now would be a great time to get the brand new Vincent Longo Diamante Quad I recently reviewed or stock up on other goodies!
Happy Shopping! Do stop back and let me know what you haul!
Vincent Longo Diamante Quad in Aquila Review and Swatches
Vincent Longo Diamante Quad in Aquila
Vincent Longo Liquid Shadow Review
I’ve blogged about Isle of Eden prior to this so please read that review before indulging in the sale I’m about to tell you about, as that post has plenty of information about Isle of Eden and it’s shipping times, products, etc….
Use code SPOOKYWITCH46 to get 46% Off your total however the percentage drops daily by a few numbers so indulge quick if you’re wanting to take advantage of the entire discount!
Isle of Eden at the moment has a full stock of great scrubs, perfumes, and general bath and body goodies that are Halloween scented and of course they have their normal blends as well!
The sale is a great time to get some goodies for the upcoming holiday season!
Isle of Eden Review and Information
Other great bath and body posts………..
Jaqua Beauty Raspberry Buttercream Frosting Shower Creme Review
L’occitane en Provence Verbena Collection Review
Bath and Body Works Sassy Strawberry Three in One Shower Gel Review
Lush Cosmetics Ghost Shower Gel Review
Basin: A Cheap Alternative to Lush
I got Bourjois Paris Pastel Teint Essential Pressed Powder during the Sephora clearance on all Bourjois Paris cosmetics. I think I paid around $7-8 USD for this or possibly less but I can’t really recall at the moment. I’m actually really happy with it and now I want to track down a few of the other shades that are available within different countries.
This is a basic baked pressed powder that comes in a rather cute plastic retro case with sponge applicator. I simply love the packaging although I read a few reviews saying the packaging was cheap, I thought it was rather charming!
The powder is a light peachy beige tone which is supposed to have a translucent finish however I find that it shows up a little bit glowy and peachy on my skin. This is perfect for quick touch ups or to set your makeup. It carries a rather lovely rose scent that Bourjois Paris is known for. I know some people are a bit put out by the scented facial products but I don’t mind in the least I think this ads to the charm of Bourjois Paris. The powder is rather great for brightening up dullness on my skin and gives a fresh, awake appearance. It goes on matte but manages to work very well with my dry skin so the finish is velvety and light.
The reason I’m bringing the review to you today is I did see quite a few of these in Sephora all over the city so now is a good time to go out and grab one at a rather great price!
The Muse loves this one and approves it for purchase!
A perfect little powder for waking skin up and giving a nice glow to your cheeks and face! Likey!
Bourjois Paris Ombre Stretch
Bourjois Paris Eau de Gloss Review
Bourjois Paris Clubbing Mascara Review
Bourjois Paris Ombre A Paupieres UK Colors
Bourjois Paris Shimmer Shine Liquid Eyeshadow Review
I have a deep love for Urban Decay cosmetics and it was my staple brand for many, many years however I never quite felt the love for it’s sister company, Hard Candy.
I’ve done a bit of a purchase here and there of a few makeup items from Hard Candy’s line however nothing quite grabbed and held my attention like Urban Decay’s offerings. A few years back….maybe two years now or three….they released a product called Sweet Cheeks Liquid Blush and it quickly became one of my very favorite items that I reached for daily.
I’m telling you this now because at the moment Sephora’s website and certain Sephora stores are still stocking Hard Candy Sweet Cheeks Liquid Blush and it’s a ridiculously low price of $3.38 USD down from it’s original price tag of $13.50 USD.
I had two of the colors selections already which were Baby and Girlie however during a recent Sephora order I ended up purchasing the other two shades since the prices couldn’t be passed up.
If you love Benefit Benetint and Posietint these are something you might be interested in purchasing. Although vastly different in both texture and formula when compared to Benefit stains these are an interesting offering that are worthy of your attention, especially considering they are under $4 USD each!
The product comes in a nail polish style packaging with a brush applicator for application. Simply dot a few drops on your cheeks and blend and you’re left with glowing peachy cheeks that last for hours. The formula acts like a stain with it’s incredible long wearing time but feels, looks, and blends like a creamy liquid blush. The blush is a thick creamy liquid that’s pigmented and blends much easier than stain as it’s not busy dripping down your cheeks do to it’s thick consistency.
All of the shade selections available are peachy in color with no pinkish color choices but that doesn’t really bother me because they are all rather beautiful and give a great glow to your face. The effect of the blush not only gives warmth to cheeks but also a glow and highlighted look.
Girlie is my favorite as it’s a cross between pink and peach. It’s possibly the most pigmented and a little bit goes a very long way to create a rather fresh, natural glow to my cheeks.
Sugar is my second favorite and is considerably more peachy in color than Girlie.
Honey Bunny doesn’t offer as good a coverage as Sugar and Girlie and acts more like a highlighter for my cheeks than as a blush however this doesn’t prevent it from being a very nice shade. I actually like applying a bit of Sugar with Honey Bunny on top for a bit of shimmer! Baby is also not pigmented enough to work fully as a blush however it does well as a highlighter. Baby is lighter peach shade where as Honey Bunny is a bronzy honey shade.
These are truly cute little blushes and well worth stopping at your Sephora to see if any are around left for purchase. I know Sephora has restocked on these several times and currently has 2 of the 4 shades available but do keep your eyes peeled as I did see them restocked several times already. Get them while the getting is good because they’ll be long gone before you know it at this price!
Well worth your cash!
The Muse Approves these for purchase! A Steal, a Deal, and a great blush!
Did you haul these?
Did you indulge in any Hard Candy now that it’s 75% off?
What did you get?
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