Creamy Beige, Dramatic Black, Chocolate Suede, Vintage Plum, and Deep Forest are five new shades of Maybelline Color Tattoo Eyeshadow launching with the Maybelline Dare to Go Nude Fall 2014 Collection.
The big pull on these new shades is the fact that a majority of them have a matte finish (Chocolate Suede is not matte). Of course, Maybelline has already done matte finish shades but they were available for a limited time unfortunately. I’m unsure if these new Dare to Go Nude Color Tattoo Eyeshadows are limited edition as there wrapping does not have anything about them being limited edition. But that doesn’t really mean much as Maybelline has released shades in the past without any LE wrapping and they were in fact LE.
Take a look!
L’Oreal Magic Skin Beautifier Anti-Fatigue and Anti-Redness BB Creams are two new color correcting formulas that L’Oreal has introduced for Fall 2014.
These are a follow up of the original L’Oreal Magic Skin Beautifier BB Cream that launched in 2012. The UK actually got these a long time ago and really they seem like an extension or possibly a repackaged version of L’Oreal Paris Studio Secrets Professional Anti-Dull Skin Primer that launched in the UK back in 2009.
But count me curious none the less!
Maybelline has a good deal of awesome up its sleeve for Fall 2014 and one of those things is a new The Nudes Palette that’s a 12 pan eyeshadow palette.
Maybelline Dream Wonder Fluid Touch Foundation gets an early introduction at drugstores for Fall 2014 in 12 shades. Early last week I came across a display at Bed, Bath, and Beyond for the new Dream Wonder Fluid Foundation and was both surprised and wary. I admit I was a little wary because I dislike L’Oreal Magic Nude Liquid Powder so much!
I will say that Dream Wonder Fluid Touch Foundation sounds considerably more promising and feels a lot more like Armani Maestro Foundation!
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.