$50 bucks for a lipstick? I’m thinking it better get up and dance for that price!
Sisley Phyto Lip Shine is a lightweight intensely moisturizing lipstick that’s lightweight and leaves lips supple, smooth, soft, and protected.
At $50 USD this kinda of treatment doesn’t come cheap but damn if the Muse isn’t intrigued and left wanting some for her very self. Considering the weather is ridiculously cold at the moment I can always use a little something extra to keep my dry lips happy and comfortable.
Please can it be Phyto Lip Shine now?
The Muse thinks she might indulge in at least one color as she figures she’ll only live once and might as well see what a $50 dollar lipstick feels like! Damn it I bet I’ll love it and be forced to buy more…..not cool.
Available in a sizzling pink and a gorgeous popping orange the blush promises a silky soft formula and a gorgeous flush of color for cheeks! I’m very interested in ordering both shades of the blush for myself as I think they’ll be ideal colors for pairing up with MAC Manish Aurora Eyeshadow Palette, glosses, and lippies for a bright, fun Spring (and Summer) look!
From what I understand the blushes may be a baked version of Givenchy’s normal blushes which has me curious about the pigmentation. Generally I love Givenchy’s blush range so I’m on board for picking up both of these.
Currently the price is $42 USD each which I find quite nice as Givenchy continues on it’s new “lower” range. Why do I get the feeling they’d be marked at $50 USD if all was well with the economy? I’m all for embracing Givenchy’s new prices, that’s unquestionable!
Keep this Muse in mind for a review soon!
What do you think of the Givenchy Spring Collection 2009?
The Muse absolutely adores Lush Jasmine and Henna Fluff Eaze and she welcomed it with open arms into the Lush haircare family however with it’s release the Muse had to bid farewell to her favorite hair treatment, The Strokes.
But it’s back!
Lush has introduced The Strokes back into the Retro Lush Catalog and the Muse is all about stocking up on a few and stashing them in her fridge! The Strokes tames my curls and adds tons of shine and body! It smells fresh and citrus like and leaves my hair scented as such for days and days and days after using!
To use The Strokes simply slap a heaping amount on dry hair and slip on a shower cap or wrap your head in a towel. The Muse normally runs a towel under extremely hot water, rings it out, and wraps around her with the treatment on. I leave it on for about an hour although they suggest 20 minutes or so. After the hour is up I rinse off and shampoo (no conditioner required) and I’m left with smooth, soft locks that remain as such for at least a month!
Best hair treatment evers!
The Muse adores The Strokes and is happy for it’s return! Remember kids Lush Hair Treatments only last 3-4 months so use them in that time or they’ll go bad!
If the promo image is anything to go by, Make Up For Ever Smoky Lash may be something to look forward to and could be added to the old wishy list!
Mysterious, dark, gorgeous lashes await you with Make Up For Ever brand new mascara, Smoky Lash.
Well..maybe all that doesn’t await me…I haven’t tried it yet so I’m not the authority on anything mysterious, dark, or gorgeous however have no fear I’ll be adding it to the review list shortly as I am intrigued by this one.
The mascara offers the standard fair of adding curl, volume, and length to lashes however it also has a deeply pigmented formula which was designed to create a volumized look to lashes. Be still my beating heart! It sounds almost to good to be true!
I am slightly weary of the brush applicator as it looks a tad bit messy considering the formula appears extra thick and gooey but aside from that it does look pretty good and the promo model is really selling the Muse on it.
Hello my name is Muse and I’m addicted to concealers. I realize that concealers have come and gone out of my life the past few year at an alarming rate but I’m still on board for any new one I see that tickles my fancy and promises a flawless under eye coverage!
Currently topping my hit list is the Marcelle Concealer Palette!
Dontcha just dig concealers that have several colors? It’s like a little paint box waiting for us to mix, blend, and cocktail our way to perfection!
Marcelle is a French brand based in Canada so the Muse has to do a little homework to get a friendly Canadian to grab this for her but after she’s done the hard work she’ll be back to bring you a review of this concealer.
Is it worth it? Remains to be seen but I have to try it out for myself and add it to my rather obscene stash of concealers to finally lay to rest the matter if my WANTing need is really worth it!