Drugstore Makeup Brands
I surely hope that you’ve tried Revlon Photoready Perfecting Primer by now. If not, I’m here to tell you that you NEED to check it out.
Available in a regular and a color correcting formula this brilliant primer is easy enough to pick up at your local drugstore (or get it today at CVS as there’s a Revlon Buy 1, Get 1 50% Off this week!).
Maybelline Volum’ Express the Rocket Mascara ($7.79) is launching for Spring 2013 in drugstores shortly. This is a volumizing mascara with a clump-free formula that promises to create full, fatter lashes as much as 8 x the normal size.
The Rocket has a gellant formula which contains micronized pigments and thickening agents to coat lashes and create a fuller look. It’ll be available in three wash off shades and two waterproof ones.
Let’s take a look!
Physicians Formula extends its Mineral Wear Collection for Spring 2013 with a new Airbrushing Blush and Airbrushing Bronzer. Can I tell you my story of the day…I recently purchased both Airbrushing Blushes and it cost me over $20.
I really like Physicians Formula Blush in general but couldn’t believe it was over $20 bucks to purchase two of them at the drugstore. I’m kinda the frugal gourmet when it comes to drugstore makeup so I always find it a little shocking when I spend that much for products.
A reader mentioned that Covergirl Lip Perfection Jumbo Gloss Balm Pencils launched at Soap.com for Spring 2013. And indeed she’s right.
These are jumbo gloss pencils much like you’ll see from Clinique, Revlon, etc…
Take a look!
Looks like Wet n Wild and Black Radiance have the same distributor as these new Eye Appeal Shadow Collection Palettes look MIGHT similiar to Wet n Wild’s ColorIcon Palettes….!