Cherie Merie is one of four new limited edition L’Oreal Infallible Eyeshadow shades launched with the Miss Candy Collection. This isn’t a new shade for some of you as you might have already gotten your hands on it in Canada under the name Pepsi Coral or in the UK as Magnetic Coral.
But I am happy to report that it is quite different from Magnetic Coral if you own that shade already. I can’t speak for Pepsi Coral though as I do not have it.
I personally adore corals as you know and this shade is no exception to the rule plus the formula is absolute perfection compared to other Infallible shades.
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L’Oreal has four new, limited edition Colour Riche Le Gloss Lipglosses that released with their new Miss Candy Collection for Summer. I’m a HUGE fan of Le Gloss so of course, I hauled a few of them.
They actually have two unusual colors that might interest a few folks in a mint green and purple. I personally skipped them. Even if they are sheerer these colors probably would look evil dead like on my lips so I ended up going the safer route in my selections.
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As you know L’Oreal’s new Miss Candy Collection has for new, limited edition shades of Infallible Eyeshadow that are popping now in drugstores.
This collection isn’t new as it has released in both the UK and Canada last year. The shades of shadow seem very similiar however, I haven’t compared my UK releases to the US ones I purchased yesterday but will do so when I review and swatch these.
For now here’s a closer look at the L’Oreal Miss Candy Infallible Eyeshadows.
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Good news the L’Oreal Miss Candy Collection has finally released in the US. The Miss Candy Collection launched a while in the UK and Canada however, the US unfortunately never got the collection. But lucky enough we are finally seeing it here. This collection includes four new (previously released and newly named), limited edition shades of L’Oreal Infallible Eyeshadow as well as a host of other goodies.
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Spring always seems like a good time to sort through your old skincare especially January when you’re possibly making a beauty resolution to take better care of your skin.
I know personally I try really hard to ditch the skincare I am currently using and replace it with something new I’d like to try or an old favorite as typically at this point it is nearing a year old. I tend to get anal about skincare and label the back of jars with the date I purchased the product. This is a handy way to know when it’s time for that product to be swept away and replaced. Label makers are so cheap at Staples and I promise it isn’t terribly Sheldon Cooper of you to label makeup or skincare products as a gentle reminder that it is indeed time to toss something out.
Here are several new skincare products that you might want to check out!