Recently I did a post about Maybelline Japan Products I Wish Were Available in the US and I realized that Maybelline Jelly Glow Blush was a product I mentioned in the post and I HAD!
Dontcha love shopping your own stash? These were buried in a pile of to be reviewed products and I had forgotten about them. This is probably going back nearly a year EEP!
So I dug around and I located the Maybelline Jelly Glow Blush and decided to see how they compare to the formula of the Maybelline Dream Bouncy Blush that released in the US. Technically speaking Jello Glow came first so it was a safe assumption that the formula released here to our market would be a dupe.
Maybelline Baby Skin Pore Eraser is finally available in the US so I’m hoping that we’ll see Maybelline Baby Skin Pink Transformer sometime this Summer or Fall 2014.
Maybelline Baby Skin Pink Transformer is a newer formulation of the Baby Skin formula that acts as a facial formula and also gives skin a brighter and more “pink” finish. It also supposedly treats skin with cherry extract and Vitamin C so skin is more even and smoother within four weeks of use.
Take a look!
Butter Balm is currently a trending at the drugstore. Everyone from Maybelline to Almay has some sort of liquid balm slash lipgloss hybrid formula at the moment.
So here’s a little this and that beauty featuring Ulta Butter Balm!
Maybelline Sunwashed Sky Color Tattoo Eyeshadow is one of two repromoted and renamed limited edition Maybelline Color Tattoo Eyeshadows released with the Maybelline Bleached Neons Summer 2014 Collection.
If you already own the Cool Crush Color Tattoo Eyeshadow which was released as a limited edition shade for Summer 2013 you likely won’t need Sunwashed Sky because it’s simply the same color but renamed for Summer 2014.
Take a look below as I do comparison swatches between Sunwashed Sky and Cool Crush and you’ll see what I mean!
Bleached Neons? Such an oxymoron right? That’s exactly what Maybelline Bleached Neons Color Show Nail Polish a total oxymoron! Bright yet not as vibrant as a neon but subtle and washed out with color that appears charmingly faded out!
I think neons scream the 80’s to me and although the 80’s trend has a way of popping up every Summer I feel like Maybelline did so much of a better job with the paleness of the Bleached Neons Collection. These are more wearable shades! Vibrant yet subtle, bright yet washed up for a look that’s unique and not all about neon!