Drugstore Makeup Brands
L’Oreal Jennifer’s Nude Colour Riche Lipstick is another gorgeous shade released with the L’Oreal Collection Privee for Spring 2014.
I’ve been reviewing each individual lipstick shade that represents a past or present celebrity face for L’Oreal Cosmetics recently. Each shade is inspired by a certain skin tone, hair and eye color, etc which in turn allows for you to select a nude, natural lipstick color that will be most suitable for your skin tone. Of course, I’ve never followed rules about color! I just wear what I like! But this does make it easy to find a more wearable, suitable shade of nude for lips in many cases.
Jennifer’s Nude is one my favorites from the collection because not only is it a lovely nude lipstick but also because the formula is quite good compared to other colors I tried in the Collection Privee.
NYC New York Color Cosmetics Show Time Velvet Eyeliner ($1.99) falls into our cheap thrills category with a smoother, easy gliding pencil that won’t cost the bank!
Available in three shades these traditional eyeliner pencils are a great beauty budget pick up!
What is they say about not fixing something that isn’t broken? The new NYX Infinite Shadow Stick launched recently for Spring 2014 in nine shades but as you know NYX Jumbo Eye Pencils have been around far longer (and for far cheaper) so I wasn’t sure why the brand felt the need to introduce a new cream shadow stick.
But hey, I’m cool with new anything so away I went to try out the new NYX Infinite Shadow Sticks but I got through the experience feeling like they really didn’t need to fix something that wasn’t already broken.
It’s a funny thing about Revlon Moon Drops Lipstick, I’ve been using it for literally years but never have I taken time to review it on Musings of a Muse.
After reviewing Revlon Rose Velvet Super Lustrous Lipstick yesterday someone had mentioned the Moon Drops formula in my post and I said to myself, I should take some time out to review this fab drugstore lipstick!
Hydrating eye primers seem quite the popular item at the moment! Laura Geller has a new Spackle Undereye Multicare Eye Primer that just launched and also recently L’Oreal introduced the Revitalift Miracle Blur Instant Eye Smoother.
I’ve used Mally Beauty Perfect Prep Eye Primer for a while now and even though I started out disliking it, somehow, someway, it’s become a staple product I use daily.
However, $3 ELF Studio Hydrating Under Eye Primer sounds way nicer for my wallet!