Yay or Nay
I’m not particularly keen on mass produced palettes from companies such as the Color Workshop, I’m sure you know the ones I mean. That’s why I’m kinda not on board with many of Ulta’s Holiday Palette offerings but I still love looking through the selection from time to time while I’m left to wish and hope that the quality is actually fantastic on a huge palette that contains everything under the moon in terms of makeup and only costs $19.99. It gives me such a warm, fuzzy feeling inside as I day dream.
But fact is I love makeup that much is true so I like looking through both the pretty and the gritty.
Here’s a selection of Ulta’s Holiday Collection 2010. Whether it’s fabulous or just day dreamed to be as such is entirely up to you but at the very least we can enjoy images of makeup right?
Are you an Ulta Holiday Palette fan? Feel free to share it loud and proud.
My little eye spies a possible dupe of MAC Mineralized Eyeshadow Trios….
And it’s by Sephora.
Taking a note from L’Oreal and Make Up For Ever, Ulta has a new Pro Line of Primers available. I’m quite curious how well they’ll perform. The line consists of several different formulas and finishes with a price range of $22. Honestly, I do think $22 is a tad high but if it works I guess we won’t mind too much eh?
Would you consider the new Ulta Pro Line Primers?
Yay or Nay?
Bobbi Brown at Sephora!
Yes, it’s true. Visit www.sephora.com to check out a full selection of Bobbi Brown Cosmetics.
For fans of the brand this is quite exciting, I’m a fan, believe me, it’s exciting. No but it’s exciting since Sephora makes returns so easy plus Sephora has alot of steals and deals such as 20% Off for a Friends and Family Event every year, etc…so hauling my Bobbi Brown at Sephora isn’t any great chore and I actually LOVE the idea and who knows maybe Sephora will get some exclusive sets and special editions.
I am THRILLED by this news.
I’m all about branching out to Sephora.
What do YOU think?
Bobbi Brown at your local Sephora?
Nay? Why not?
Thanks to reader Nina for telling me about this!
Gather round kids. I have to tell you a secret.
Fashion Week model looks do nothing for me.
I think they could possible torture and hang me for saying something like that. It might even be against the law.
Here’s the deal.
I’ve gotten 100’s of e-mails these past few days featuring 1000’s of made up models featuring various looks from various brands but honestly nothing captures me. It seems like the golden rule for Fashion Week is really nude, natural unflattering looks or something so outrageous that no one would honestly wear it like eyeshadow on someone’s forehead or something crazy like that.
I can’t be alone in my thoughts here.
Or am I?
After skimming through dozens and dozens of models this week and just feeling meh, I finally came across a bit of a yay with Estee Lauder Derek Lam for SS2011 Runway Show.
They did some amazing looks using pops of vibrant orange and coral which totally caught my fancy and had me thinking how major the models looked.
Check it and tell me what you think!