I just want you to know I’m willing to have my head examined and shell out $150 for this gorgeous train case from Kat Von D.
Exclusively at Sephora the Kat Von D Angeleno Case is a luxury train case for storing or traveling with beauty. With an interior material that’s soft-textured and passionate red in color this lush case is $150. Five compartments and four built in pouches make up the entire case with a built in mirror and a beautiful, signature, tattoo inspired exterior.
Am I the only one loving on this?
It’s available @ Sephora now if you’re wanting to indulge.
Apologies for my ravings about Fresh lately but I’ve been taken in by their newly themed rose items as of late. Sugar Rosé Tinted Lip Treatment is next on my want hit list!
More deets after the jump!
Quite reminds me of Dior Lip Glow doesn’t it? Fresh Sugar Rose Tinted Lip Treatment ($22.50) is a simple hint subtle rose tint for lips with an SPF of 15 to protect and moisture lips. I guess it’s nothing special but the Muse fancies it and thinks it’ll be a rather nifty little item for those natural make up days!
I wants it!
What do you think?
Well gee I must be asleep because I didn’t notice that Fresh recently introduced a new primer to their collection. I was in Atlantic City this past weekend and while at the Bluemercury Apothecary Spa I came across Fresh Rose Fresh Face Primer.
Read ahead for the deets!
This is the third release of primer from Fresh with High Noon and Twilight already a part of the collection. Although Fresh Rose Primer could easily be mistaken for Fresh Twilight at a glance and perhaps considered a dupe rest assured in texture and formula they are considerably different. I have Fresh Twilight and it’s an iridescent finish that casts a highlight on cheeks and face. After swatching Fresh Rose I was quite delighted that it was simply a white, fresh smelling primer that absorbed easily without leaving behind a finish of any kind.
Where as High Noon and Twilight cast a glow to skin Rose simply lays the foundation for a fresh, dewy face that you can follow up with makeup or just enjoy au natural.
I didn’t buy it as I had already indulged too much that day at the Spa but I’m thinking it made end up in my basket shortly. It’s available at Fresh’s site right now if you find you’re yearning for it after reading this.
Anyone a lover of Fresh primers?
I admit I have an unhealthy obsession with Estee Lauder shimmer powders but lord above have you seen this one yet:
Combing a marbelized shadow with shimmering golds, apricots, pinks, and peaches Estee Lauder Glided Rose Shimmer Powder screams Muse friendly! It looks positively lush doesn’t it? I’m so running to my nearest counter to have a lookiee and a swatch, I’m thinking it’s a WANT!
Like everyone else in the makeup world I strive for perfection. I want to look as flawless as humanly possible. Which is why Cover FX The Big Cover Up 3 Step Essentials is currently topping my WANT list!
Cover FX The Big Cover Up 3 Step Essentials is a set made up of professional quality products to achieve incredible coverage for a flawless, beautiful complexion.
Baby I’m a want you!
Cover FX is a camouflage makeup that’s heavily pigmented to work at covering even the worst flaws, birth marks, tattoos, etc….This kit includes everything for covering minor to major imperfections.
The set includes:
- Cover FX SkinPrep FX
- Cover FX Total Coverage Cream Foundation (3 Shade for mixin’ and cocktailin’ for your unique shade)
- Cover FX Setting FX
- Cover FX Precision Foundation Brush
- How To Video
Can I tell you I’m totally enamored with this set and want it badly. The only thing that’s prevented me from fully exploring Cover FX is having to sit down and have my color matched for me. I’m not a fan of MA’s touchin’ and feelin’ all over my face so I haven’t experimented with the wide range of Cover FX foundations. Which brings me to why this kit is so appealing. It’s only available in four color combination which totally breaks down the overwhelming amount of colors available in the standard foundation. Plus it has three shades so even if I get a set that doesn’t match me completely I can still mix my proper shade.
But…ado…the $75 price tag hurts a little bit. I believe what’s included is pretty much trail size so I’m wincing slightly at the price.
Doesn’t stop me from wanting this kit though! I’m trying hard not to submit, a little moral support please?