Drugstore Makeup Brands
Do grab yourself some Wet n Wild Cover All Pressed Powder. It’s cheap, it provides excellent coverage, and oh yeah, it’s cheap. Did I mentioned that already?
I got it at Harmons for $2.59 cents! It was actually $3.59 I believe but they had an instant $1 off coupon so it came to a mere $2.59. It’ll work a treat with the new Wet n Wild Cover All Foundation as well should you wish to use the two together.
Maybelline Age Rewind The Perfector Skin Smoothing Powder promises younger looking skin instantly. This is where everyone runs in circles, throws up there hands, and dances in joy. A powder that can provide younger looking skin? Yes please! Bring it on!
This pressed powder has a built in smoothing primer that perfects skin while adding a touch of radiance for a younger looking skin.
Take a peek!
Lumene Vitamin C+ Illuminating Anti-Age BB Cream is a multi-function BB Cream that recently launched at CVS. It has an SPF 20 with a formula that promises to brighten, hydrate, even out skin tone, and improves elasticity for a more youthful appearance.
Suitable for all skin types it comes in a light and medium shade selection.
I was quite excited to give this a test run and eagerly purchased both shades to swatch.
Wet n Wild Turn Up the Volume Mascara is a newly launched for Spring 2013 with the new Fergie Centerstage Collection.
At $5 this is expensive by Wet n Wild standards. If it was an incredible mascara, something you must own, five dollars would be cheap but considering the basic formula, it’s a tad on the pricey side and you can easily get something way better at the drugstores.
Today I’d love to tell you that Physicians Formula Super BB All-in-1 Beauty Cream ($14.95) is an amazing new product. That finally we have a good, solid BB Cream available in the US.
But sadly, my testing didn’t go so great with this one.