I’m positive people would pay large sums of money to see Mark Sheppard hanging out with the Beebs. So here you go (CLICK!). Enjoy, you are so welcome, my pleasure, don’t say I never gave you anything awesome.
Since we’re talking about perfect, Mark being utter perfection, we should prob touch on the new L’Oreal Revitalift Miracle Blur Instant Skin Smoother Finishing Cream yes? Perfect skin goes hand and hand with that utterly perfectly photo!
L’Oreal Visible Lift Color Lift Blush is a contouring and illuminating blush created in six shades for Spring 2013.
These have a lightweight, mousse-like texture much like Maybelline’s Dream Bouncy Blush. The lighter texture is supposed to give skin a more youthful, healthy “lifted” look with a texture that doesn’t settle into fine lines. There’s irony in the “doesn’t settle into fine lines” because the formula made me look like I have monstrously huge pores when in fact my pores are so tiny you’d need a magifying mirror to actually see them so I can just imagine what they’d do on a finely lined face.
Take a look!
L’Oreal Age Perfect Instant Radiance BB Cream is launching for Spring 2013. Haven’t yet seen this one in stores but looking forward to seeing how it goes.
L’Oreal Youth Code BB Cream Illuminator was a little bit of a fail due to the lack of pigment so hopefully Age Perfect Instant Radiance has a bit more color pay off.
Take a look!
L’Oreal Telescopic Shocking Extensions Mascara is a new Spring 2013 launch to the L’Oreal Telescopic range of mascaras. I’m not as fond a fan of Telescopic Mascara as many seem to be. I’ve never had the raging success I read about in reviews with it so I was a little skeptical going into the Shocking Extensions review.
But this could be the most perfect mascara ever except for one thing….!
L’Oreal Magic Decrease is a new eyeshadow primer released for Spring 2013. You should be able to find this little guy tucked right into the new Color Riche Eyeshadow Quad displays.
Now I mentioned earlier when I did another post on this that L’Oreal did indeed have a primer of sorts like this in the past however, I never actually tried that base so I can’t compare Magic Decrease to it sadly.
Here are my thoughts on Magic Decrease.