Would You Buy It?

Would You Buy It? Ed Hardy Color Love Kills Slowly and Geisha Makeup Kits

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The Muse was nosing around Nordies and came across the new Ed Hardy Color Kits and was wondering would you buy it?

The kits are available in two styles and even include Ed Hardy solid fragrance. The sets are available in two styles for $55 each.

Ed Hardy Color Geisha Kit includes:
Ed Hardy Eau de Parfum Solid
Ed Hardy Love and Luck Eau de Parfum Solid
6 Lip Colors and Glosses
6 Eye Shadows
3 Brushes
1 Face Bronzer

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Ed Hardy Color Love Kills Slowly Kit includes:
Ed Hardy Eau de Parfum Solid
Ed Hardy Love and Luck Eau de Parfum Solid
6 Lip Colors and Glosses
6 Eye Shadows
3 Brushes
1 Face Bronzer

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The only difference in the kits from what I can see is that Love Kills Slowly is a bit cooler in tone. The kits are actually quite nice from photos I’ve seen not sure about the makeup in regards to quality. Fact is it’s alot of cosmetic for the $55 price tag plus the actual box that houses the makeup is nicely made and lights up.

Would I buy the new Ed Hardy Color Collections?

Hmmm…yes I do believe I would.

Count me on the curious side.

What about you?

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Would You Buy It? La Mer The Hydrating Facial Mask

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La Mer The Hydrating Facial Mask saturates the skin with hydrating ferments to  reveal youthful skin.  Dryness and dehydration are treated quickly and easily.  The saturated mask is made of spun-lace cotton and contains a solution to treat skin to a spa-like experience.

Sounds incredible right?

The kicker is it costs $250.  Eep!

I’d probably indulge if I had an endless flow of cash but I honestly couldn’t afford to dish out for it right now even if I wanted to.  $250 for a mask is way above my budget.

Would you buy the La Mer The Hydrating Facial Mask?

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Would You Buy It? Kate Somerville Deep Tissue Repair Cream

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The Muse does so wonder how far are you willing to go for your skin? Me, I’d probably go far but not too far….

I recently came across Kate Somerville Deep Tissue Repair Cream and noticed that a 1oz size is $150 but that’s nothing get this a 5oz size is $500 bucks!

Whoa.

Do you think it does dishes and walks the dog for that price?

This is an age-defying moisturizer which contains something called Peptide K8. Supposedly it’s one of the most advantaged anti-aging ingredients ever. This is supposed to literally transform your face!

I actually find myself craving fine lines at the moment just so I can try it and see what happens…is that terribly weird?

Question is would you buy it for that price?

Jump ahead to hear my babble.

I’d possibly dish out $150 but I’m unsure I’d go for $500 dollars for a moisturizer. That’s a bit above my budget and I sure could think of a dozen other things to do with $500 big ones and it doesn’t involve moisturizer.

Ok, I’ll be honest, I’m kinda second guessing even $150 bucks….the most I’m willing to dish out for skin care of any kind is in the $50-$65 range.

How about you?

Big spender?

Would you buy Kate Somerville Deep Tissue Repair Cream?

What if I told you it takes out the garbage and gets wrinkles off your face?

Convinced now?

Tell the Muse!

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Would You Buy It? Clarisonic PLUS Skin Care System with Spot Therapy

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As you may already know from reading my prior review on the Clarisonic it didn’t turn out to be true love. I wanted to love the brush so much but it didn’t work well with my skin and I ended up returning it in the long run sadly.

I recently seen a youTuber reviewing the new Clarisonic PLUS Skin Care System with Spot Therapy and I was intrigued yet again by this brush.

Click ahead for the deets on the new brush!

Clarisonic PLUS Skin Care System with Spot Therapy has a few new features that do interest me. The brush now has three speeds and promises to remove six times more makeup. The brush also has a new spot therapy for the body which promises fewer dry patches and exfoliation for softer, smoother skin.

Technically if the brush had offered exfoliation for my face I’d probably be more excited. I’m vaguely curious and tempted to indulge just to see if the second round with Clarisonic will be a winner for me.

Would you buy it?

Does the new Clarisonic Skincare Brush tempt you?

Tell the Muse!

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