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Milani Melange Infusion of Colors Marble and Milani Metallic Baked Eyeshadows

Late Winter, early Spring 2011 Collections are popping up in drugstores. I’ve been sneaking through CVS, Harmons, and Walgreens and seeing all sorts of goodies. I took some photos of various items and will be reviewing them all soonish but for now I thought you’d enjoy seeing and hearing about some of them.

Milani has a total of 14 (don’t quote me on that number) new eyeshadows out for Spring 2011. I confirmed with a rep that these are indeed set for a Spring release and part of the Spring Collection however my local CVS already has them out and available.

I blogged an earlier picture of the shadows I hauled which you can check out here.

Milani Melange Infusion of Colors Marble and Milani Metallic Baked Eyeshadows are a redesign of the standard Milani Runway Eyes Wet/Dry Eyeshadows.

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I haven’t tried them yet but I will say some of the shades are stunning.

I’ll have swatches and a review up soon!

Feel free to tell me if you seen them at your local drugstore and if possible list which store, city, and town as it might help others in your location find them!

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