Would you like a little NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk with your eyeshadows and cookies?
This little gem has been raved the makeup blog over but I’ve never indulged personally until recently. Makeup junkies rave it for its ability to enhance the shade of shadows, lock shadows in place while acting as a primer, and just generally act as a perfect base for loose pigments and minerals.
All true…all true!
My review on the NYX HD Studio Grinding Blush is a long time coming since I have a love/hate relationship with them.
Why do you love them?
I’m betting several people will proceed to tell me they hate them and I totally understand why….
Oh yo is today not the perfect day for reviewing my NYX The Crimson Amulet Collection Palette inspired by the Dark Shadows movie?
I’m away for the weekend so I won’t be seeing the flick but I’m not entirely sure I’m missing much. Love me some Johnny but not sure I’m loving me some Johnny in a Dark Shadows comedy rendition. I think Burton dropped the ball with this, it had the potential to be so incredibly dark and goth…!
But about this new NYX Crimson Amulet Palette.
Take a peek!
It’s been a while since I ran across a product where I’m spreading the good word about “YOU needing this”. NYX Bronzer & Blusher Combo happens to fall into the you NEED this category.
Yes, buy it, now, get all the shades, don’t delay.
Jump ahead for a look.
NYX Spring Fling is your girl. This darling little palette features soft, delicate pastels a plenty. I can wear pastels, shhh, don’t tell me I can’t k? I’ve almost completely convinced myself I can work these shades like no one else.
Yeah right, sure.