I suspected we’d see a return of the dark spot serums, lotions, and potions. I also suspected it would be for Spring since this is the time of the year that new skincare products makes an appearance because hey, it’s a great marketing launch when most folks are having a beauty resolution that includes “new year, new skincare”.
L’Oreal’s popular Youth Code Collection gets an update with two new products for correcting dark spots and hyper pigmentation.
Released early last year in Europe, these shadows are making the rounds in drugstores here in the states. So far I’ve caught them at Harmons, CVS, and Walgreens with prices ranging from $7.99 to $9.49.
They got pretty strong raves on UK blogs when they were originally introduced and I was quite curious to try them out for myself so it’s nice to see them locally. L’Oreal has some pretty strong releases for Spring 2012 up their sleeves and I do believe Infallible Eyeshadow will get some strong raves across the board. The formula is very nice however it has a few hiccups worthy of a mention.
My understanding is Maybelline is dicing their Dream Mousse Blush. If you’re partial to it and are curled in a little ball crying your eyes out at its possible demise its ok, here’s a tissue, now clean your eyes and rejoice in L’Oreal Magic Smooth Souffle Blush. I’m pretty sure this isn’t LE and should cure your cravings for Dream Mousse.