Drugstore Makeup Brands
Physicians Formula Happy Booster Glow & Mood Boosting Lipstick gets my vote for cute. Being a collector of Japanese and other Asian cosmetics for many years definitely influenced my taste in makeup. I love packaging that’s sweet and cute. Sadly, we don’t get a ton of cute makeup products in the US, not nearly as much as you’d be able to purchase if you lived in Korea or Japan but occasionally the odd piece pops up and in turn many of us get rather excited about it.
In the case of these new lipsticks from Physicians Formula I think they most definitely fit into the realms of cute and I immediately needed to own them. Heck, the formula could have been downright terrible but the packaging was so amazing I was easily blinded.
But did the quality of the lipstick live up to all that foo-foo packaging?
Take a look!
Brighten up tired eyes? I’m on that.
Between constant computer use at my office plus doing my blog and gaming…well, my eyes, they look tired. On top of that I’m getting to that age where I’m not always looking my freshest in the AM and I need a little helping hand to brighten my eyes up a bit and make them look wide awake and fresh,
Perhaps the new Revlon PhotoReady Eye Primer + Brightener is just the ticket!
Smile a little brighter, feel a little more romantic…whatever your mood, NYX Mood Gloss has you covered.
Physicians Formula has a brand new collection entitled Youthful Wear for Spring 2012.
The Youthful Wear Collection is supposed shave 10 years off your face as it offers flattering coverage to conceal puffiness, finer lines, etc….they do claim skin will appear lifted and firmed as well within three weeks of wear but I’m a little skeptical of that.
Of course, I immediately purchased the concealer being the junkie I am for under eye coverage.
Let’s take a look!
Anyone try Revlon’s new Photoready Primers yet?
Revlon has two new PhotoReady Perfecting Primers one of which I reviewed for your last week. The other one is a Color Correcting Primer to brighten skin up a bit.
Take a look!