Drugstore Makeup Brands
Maybelline Rose Rush Baby Lips is one of several new limited edition shades that launched with the new Maybelline Pink’ed Collection for Spring 2014.
I have to admit I’m not really a massive Baby Lips fan girl! These get a lot of hype and people go completely ape $h1t over them but I fail to see why?!
But needless to say if you are a fan you’ll be happy about the new LE shades popping up now at drugstores.
Hard Candy Take Me Out Liner ($5) is a cheap thrill if you’re in the market for a budget eyeliner. Granted these aren’t the best formula but they come in some fun shades like Vice (aqua blue) which isn’t a shade you commonly can pick up at the drugstore.
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, Hard Candy
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, Josie Maran
, Physicians Formula
Some would argue that Spring 2014 was the season of the blush! There’s been SO many wonderful blush releases this year! Typically I always feel like early Spring (January) we end up seeing a good deal of skincare followed up newer base products like concealer and foundation. I never feel like Spring is heavy on color so it was really nice to see so many new blushes pop up!
There’s been SOME massive hits in blushes lately! I think we can all agree that Clinique really surprised and delighted with their new Cheek Pop Blush!
Here’s my person list of Blush Hits and Misses for Spring 2014 which I hope will help you decide which blushes you need this season and which you can skip!
Revlon Sandstorm Super Lustrous Lipstick is one of five new shades that launched with Revlon The Legacy Super Lustrous Lipstick Collection. The collection features five repromoted and much beloved shades from as early as 60’s and into 2000. I can’t honestly say I’ve tried any of these shades in the past so its nice they reintroduced them for both old fans and new ones to enjoy.
I only purchased Sandstorm but my mate Dustin swatched and reviewed all the shades of the Legacy Collection should you like more swatches and thoughts. Or he has a video up if you’d rather see a video review.
Take a look!
Hard Candy CC Tinted Moisturizer Stick ($7) will likely remind you of Tarte Colored Clay CC Primer as they both contain a purple and green center core that addresses redness and dull skin. The main difference here is Hard Candy’s CC Stick is a good deal more moisturizing where as Tarte went matte. and let’s not forget the way cheaper price tag!
Let’s take a look!