Drugstore Makeup Brands
Physicians Formula Sexy Booster Glow Blush didn’t do it for me but I ADORE the Physicians Formula Sexy Booster Sexy Glow Bronzer. That has to be saying something considering I don’t get on with bronzer right?
Dontcha just love the sexy corset imprint on the powder?
Revlon’s new Baby Stick Blush is available with the Pacific Coast Collection by Gucci Westman that’s popping up for Spring/Summer 2013. These are tiny swivel up gel blushes available in three shades. Exciting right? I’ve been busy hunting it everywhere and I finally located it. It’s not exclusive to CVS but it seems that CVS is the first one to put it out. I’ve checked Harmons and a few other drugstores with little success
Let’s take a look!
I admit I’m a little lazy about moisture applicator so Vaseline Spray & Go Moisturizer is definitely a handy product for me. Ironic isn’t it? Considering I spend SO much time taking care of the skin on my face you’d think I’d be as diligent about the skin of my body. Not the case. I hate applying moisturizer in the morning because I feel like my body is slick and greasy feeling when I slip into my clothes so I typically do it in the evening. Which is fine I would say but the problem is I have drier skin so I really should moisturizer AM and PM.
So spray moisturizer, that I can get on board with. The lighter texture and the ease of use makes it easy to get my hydrating in plus hey, it’s freaking spray moisturizer, as a beauty love I’m kinda squealing out loud that I can spray my moisturizer on.
Take a peek!
Milani Bronzer XL All Over Glow ($9.99) is arriving in drugstores just in time for Summer kids. This SUPER sized bronzing disc comes in three shade selections and should be a suitable pick for those wanting more and those on a beauty budget.
Weighing in at 0.42 oz this is a monster so you’ll be able to use it on your body as well as your face.
Take a peek!
Spring always seems like a good time to sort through your old skincare especially January when you’re possibly making a beauty resolution to take better care of your skin.
I know personally I try really hard to ditch the skincare I am currently using and replace it with something new I’d like to try or an old favorite as typically at this point it is nearing a year old. I tend to get anal about skincare and label the back of jars with the date I purchased the product. This is a handy way to know when it’s time for that product to be swept away and replaced. Label makers are so cheap at Staples and I promise it isn’t terribly Sheldon Cooper of you to label makeup or skincare products as a gentle reminder that it is indeed time to toss something out.
Here are several new skincare products that you might want to check out!