Hydrating eye primers seem quite the popular item at the moment! Laura Geller has a new Spackle Undereye Multicare Eye Primer that just launched and also recently L’Oreal introduced the Revitalift Miracle Blur Instant Eye Smoother.
I’ve used Mally Beauty Perfect Prep Eye Primer for a while now and even though I started out disliking it, somehow, someway, it’s become a staple product I use daily.
However, $3 ELF Studio Hydrating Under Eye Primer sounds way nicer for my wallet!
E.L.F. Studio BB Cream is a newly launched BB Cream formula that I personally believe is E.L.F.’s Tinted Moisturizer in new packaging. As I really like their tinted moisturizer I don’t mind so much.
This contains Vitamin E as well as jojoba, aloe, and cucumber so skin is nicely hydrated during the wear however, for a BB Cream formula it is a little weak in the coverage department.
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Some would argue that Spring 2014 was the season of the blush! There’s been SO many wonderful blush releases this year! Typically I always feel like early Spring (January) we end up seeing a good deal of skincare followed up newer base products like concealer and foundation. I never feel like Spring is heavy on color so it was really nice to see so many new blushes pop up!
There’s been SOME massive hits in blushes lately! I think we can all agree that Clinique really surprised and delighted with their new Cheek Pop Blush!
Here’s my person list of Blush Hits and Misses for Spring 2014 which I hope will help you decide which blushes you need this season and which you can skip!
Ready for some cheap beauty drugstore thrills? This one contains some new Flower Lip Suede Chubby Lip Pencils, Pantene’s new Cleansing Conditioner, some Wet n Wild picks, and more all under $10 bucks.
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Fans of E.L.F. Studio Blush will be quite happy about the launch of the new E.L.F. Studio Blush Palette that’s available in two shades for $6 each.
I actually really like the Studio Blush Collection. They are quite nice budget pick ups if you’re a bit of a blush h0r! These new blush quads feature four shades of E.L.F. Studio Blush in a single compact. If you look close enough they might just remind you of Bobbi Brown’s Custom Palettes.
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