Drugstore Makeup Brands
Covergirl Lipslicks Smoochies Sizzle Gloss is one of the only new products that popped out of the Covergirl Hunger Games The Coal Mining District 12 Collection I recently came across at the drugstore.
Granted there are some new, limited edition nail polishes but outside of that the entire display was a disappointing arrangement of past product releases. However, the new Covergirl Lipslicks Smoochies Sizzle Gloss I can’t say I’ve come across before. This past Summer, Covergirl relaunched their Lipslicks Smoochies Lip Balm with new colors, etc….and yes, they have had glosses like this new Sizzle Gloss in the past but this is new repackaged as to market to a younger demographic.
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The new Wet n Wild Wicked Nights Fantasy Makers Halloween 2013 Collection is launching at drugstores now! The collection consists of Wet n Wild’s traditional selection of Halloween face kits, eyeshadows, temp tattoos, and other ghoulish goodies.
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I ran across the Wet n Wild In the Spotlight Collection at Harmons recently. Not sure if you wanna call this a Wet n Wild Holiday 2013 Collection or a Fall 2013 one. Honestly, the colors, the sparkly bits and bobs it seems like a Holiday Collection to me.
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I ran across the display for the Covergirl Hunger Games The Coal Mining District 12 Collection at Harmons! This is one of the 7 displays of Covergirl Hunger Games inspired makeup that is launching for the Fall 2013 season.
As I suspected the display contained repromoted products and shades. Remember my original post where I expressed some doubt this would be a collection with special LE packaging or shades? Well, guess I was right!
Meet the new E.L.F. Essential Glitter Primer ($2) a potential dupe for Too Faced Shadow Insurance Glitter Glue Eye Shadow Primer? Maybe…would kinda be cool if it was as Too Faced charges $20 bucks for their version!
E.LF. Essential Glitter Primer is supposedly a lightweight liquid (looks more like an eye cream) that absorbs quickly and creates a crease-proof barrier between skin and glittery eyeshadow so it stays put without creasing or fading.
This little guys is available now at www.eyeslipsface.com
Do you think it’ll work?
And do YOU need it for your glitter shadows?