Drugstore Makeup Brands
I wasn’t terribly impressed with the Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eraser Treatment Foundation when it released. The actual design of the product is interesting and I like the application method even though I can’t help but shudder over the bacteria that may be lurking in that little puff (Maybelline claims it’s treated with an anti-bacterial agent but I’m not convinced).
My main problem with the foundation was it felt greasy on my face and had a really long dry down time. It remained dewy to the touch hours after application. Some proclaimed it set fabulously with powder but I have drier skin so I normally avoid powder. Others proclaimed it a flawless finish and indeed, it did give a rather great overall finish but it was that greasy, slick, never drying formula that threw me for a curve ball.
Am I bias against drugstore foundation? Possibly but I really do think Age Rewind wasn’t all that fabulous a pick. What did you think if you tried it?
Maybelline gifts us with an early Fall release and extension on the Age Rewind idea with a new concealer. Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eraser Dark Circle Treatment Concealer might be good…I’m kinda hyped here peeps. Age Rewind Foundation sucked it hard but maybe the concealer will prove brilliance on a stick.
A long, long time ago I can still remember…
Wait, sorry, I was totally having a Don McLean moment there.
But really it was a long time ago…..back in the Fall of 2007, Lancome introduced the Mystery Game Collection which included an innovative lip balm called Baume Baiser. It was pretty much love at first application!
It’s long gone sadly but at least I have EOS Refreshing Lip Balms to keep my lips happy plus you know they are so much cheaper than Baume Baiser ever was!
Happy Friday peeps!
Let’s start if off right with an EOS Refreshing Lip Balm Set that features limited edition flavas in Passion Fruit and Strawberry Sorbet!
Do not want your silly subliminal messages e-mails. They piss me off.
Seriously, they make me pissy when I get an e-mail with sale info that says “Do Not Share Me”. You’re trying to hard to be cute. Either that or you think we’re all stupid enough to NOT share your topic secret coupon code which 100,000 other people already know about. Oooo harvesting the power of subliminal messages in a not so subtle way. Bright!
Do not want dude, do not want.
Also please, stop sending “We Miss You” E-mails seconds after I load your website…..cookies is bad. I eats them for breakfast with milk! Imma block your cookies soon!
I gotta say I really like the six pan Wet n Wild ColorIcon Palettes considerably more than the trios. Dare I whisper that the trios are a tad TOO shimmery…
Blasphemy! Did I just say too much shimmer?
True that. They really are intense but at this price no one is complaining around here. Want cheap Summer bronzed lids? Snatch up the new limited edition Wet n Wild ColorIcon in the The Gilded Age for under $3 bucks and have extra change in your wallet this Summer.