It’s understandable that the Hard Candy Top Ten Eye Shadow Palette in Neutrals is damn nearly impossible to find. Let’s face it Urban Decay has created such a stir with their Naked Palette that everyone just wants to gather up any and all nude palettes that launch.
Oh wait, maybe that’s only me?
Naaa! You’re all as crazy and as strange as me so you’re probably stock piling nude, natural, naked palettes like no brand will reproduce one in the next twenty years or more.
Now for the budget girls you might love all over Hard Candy’s Top Ten Eye Shadow Palette in Neutrals because it contains ten nude shades of shadow for a mere six bucks.
Do likey the price but how’s the formula?
Flower Shine On Lip Gloss is one of the few products I disliked from Drew Barrymore’s new Flower Makeup Collection. Available in ten shades for under $7 each ($6.98 to be exact) these looked like a great budget pick up.
But…the formula seems a little lacking for me.
Visions of Etude House might have came to mind when my eyes set on the new Physicians Formula Happy Booster Glow & Mood Illuminating Bronzing Veil.
Too bad this isn’t a blush as I’d really go full out ballistic…tongue hanging out of my mouth, drool, buggy eyed…ya know that kinda reaction to wicked sweet makeup!
Some of that joy was held back though as I’m so not a bronzing girl but still these cute little heart shaped bronzing beads are too adorable to pass up.
E.L.F. Essential Primer Eyeshadow is a nice little budget pick if you’re lemming or liking Covergirl Intense Shadowblast. You wouldn’t think you’d need an even more friendly budget option when it comes to Covergirl but their version can run from $9.99-$11.99 at drugstores and E.L.F.’s version is a mere two bucks a pop!
Did I like them?