Tis the weekend!
Anything good planned?
I’m eager for it, bit tired today even though it was a short week.
Today I have for you a little something new….Covergirl & Olay Simply Ageless Primer Serum.
Explore it with me.
Thought I’d start your day right with a little sale action.
All of the following goodies are available in store at your local CVS or you can take advantage of the CVS Beauty Sale going on right now at www.cvs.com as for one week only all cosmetics are 25% off!
If you’re reading this in RSS please visit my site to see the in store offers via a slideshow.
Drugstore beauty users beware!
New beauty is infiltrating your local drugstore and your mission, if you choose to accept it, will be to pick up some of these new items for your beauty stash.
This message will self destruct in 0.9 seconds.
in Beauty on a Budget
, Hand and Nails
, N.Y.C. New York Color Cosmetics
, Physicians Formula
, Sally Hansen
If you’ve been reading Musings for a while, I’m sure you recall the days that I didn’t review drugstore brands (US ones anyway). Things have changed considerably in the last year or so and I’ve embraced alot of US drugstore brands as I wanted to cover all aspects of beauty not just high end but also lower.
This past Spring (and some of Summer if you consider it Summer already) has been an incredible time for drugstore releases. Makeup quality has changed in the past few months as have the releases in store which had made going to my local drugstore a rather fun experience rather than a chore. Granted, not ever release is a good one but hunting down new products and finding gems in the rough so to speak is always great fun.
Do take a look at the slide show below for some of the latest and greatest releases that are available now at your local drugstores. Some are well worth checking out!
If you’re reading via RSS please visit my blog to view the slide show.
Have you hauled any of these items or collections for yourself?
About two years old word broke in the UK that Penelope Cruz had a little drama surrounding her L’Oreal Telescopic ad which users felt exaggerated the effects of the mascara. Her commercial proceeded to pimp out lashes that were 60 x’s the volume and length. Mmmm obviously for beauty junkies we take all this with a grain of salt as we’ve tried so many products that promise similar and never really seen THOSE results right?