Drugstore Makeup Brands
Good morning sunshine!
It’s Winter in New York again. The unusually warm weather is gone and we are back to being cold again. Brrr! How’s the weather your side of the planet?
Cold weather or no, Spring is on the way so here are a few cheap thrills from the E.L.F. Cosmetics Spring 2012 Collection.
Perhaps you’ll find something to fancy!
Sorry guys, I’m a little crazed with the warm, peachy shades today I know. One more post and I promise to leave you alone about the color for a day or two, deal?
E.L.F. has a few new Studio Single Eyeshadows they recently introduced and I’m absolutely loving the shade Sunset. This is a cheap, inexpensive way to indulge in a little of the peach orange-y goodness that’s popping up for Spring/Summer.
Take a peek!
I don’t wear a ton of powder foundations or setting powders but when I do I want something lightweight, easy on my dry skin, and inexpensive. Long gone are the days of buying expensive powders because I simply cannot justify indulging in a higher end powder when I know I won’t be using it. I have dry skin and powders aren’t exactly the most friendliness products in the world for such a skin type.
Why pay more when I can pay less?
Milani Multitasker Face Powder is the perfect treat for dry skin and it won’t break the bank!
Summer is hitting the drugstore kids.
One of the first Summer Collections I’ve seen pop up is the new Maybelline Summer Glow Collection for Summer 2012 that features new Maybelline Dream Bouncy Bronzers.
Take a peek!
The Maybelline Pure BB Mineral Collection is kinda old news in Japan. Its never been released in the US but it did make it’s way across much of Asia upon release.
It happens to be one of those products that throws around “BB” in the title to garner attention but really that’s not a reference to the formula being a BB Cream. I notice the words BB Cream and BB seem to float around a lot when it comes to foundation and base products.
Japan typically releases new products prior to us with different names. For example, our new Bouncy Dream Blushes are called Jello Glow in Japan. I’m mentioning this because I was curious if we might see this BB Mousse pop up here in the US at some point. We sorta have in the form of Maybelline’s new foaming foundation but…packaging is different as well as formula slightly.
I find Maybelline products exceed quality in terms of pigmentation and formula in Japan versus much of the catalog products we have here in the US market so I expected Pure BB Mineral BB Mousse to be something I rejoiced in but sadly it didn’t quite happen that way.