Drugstore Makeup Brands
Maybelline seems to have some updates on the horizon for Spring 2012 when it comes to their Dream Mousse Collection. Many of the products are available on clearance at the moment in various drugstores (particularly CVS) I’ve been to lately. No worries though the collection isn’t disappearing for good merely being replaced by brand new offerings.
From what I heard the glass jars that the Dream Mousse products came in failed to keep the product fresh, this is unconfirmed of course, but it could be one of the reasons we are seeing newly packaged products. This, and of course, Spring 2012 is on the horizon a good enough time to start launching brand new products.
One of the more interesting products I’ve had my eye on was the new Maybelline Dreamy Bouncy Blush.
Take a look!
Being a not so hot fan of Revlon Photo Ready Foundation I wasn’t exactly prepared to try their new Photo Ready Airbrush Foundation.
But curiosity led me to a three can purchase, yeah, couldn’t decide what shade I was had to haul three of these.
Take a look!
Thanks to Christine for sending over pictures of the new Garnier BB Cream she saw at her Walgreens. I just reviewed this but I got mine from England however nice to see it’s popping up in scores here finally.
Be on the look out at your local drugstore if you’re lemming it! This is the first official BB Cream to appear in US drugstores.
Covergirl Blast Flipstick is a brand new dual sided lipstick that Covergirl has released for Spring 2012. Considering the popularity of Lash Blast it’s understandable they wanted to go all franchise with the “blast” name I guess.
Let’s take a look at these and see if you need ‘em!
Rimmel introduced its HD Glam Eyes Palettes earlier this year in the UK. A celebration of all good things British these eyeshadow palettes feature four shades of shadow in a Union Jack design. Anglophiles like myself swoon when we see makeup and the UK combined.
Formula is amazing on these little guys and the price isn’t too bad either at $4.99 each.
Can you guess the problem though here?