They tell me Maybelline Great Lash is one of the drugstore’s golden gems. The tell me it’s a cult favorite, a hit amongst cheap mascaras, a HG drugstore mascara…
I don’t believe ‘em.
If they revamp Maybelline Great Lash and give it a designer look does that mean the formula will be all those things they tell me about?
I’m obviously getting exited for the second half of series six Who fans because I typed “River” instead of “Rimmel” in the post title.
It’s coming atcha in the Fall (I thought it would be late Summer but guess we have to wait for Fall) and our lovely little Centurion reports, “What Steven Moffat has done is something brilliant. It’s really going to surprise people.”
Off the topic of my geeky gurl fantasies how about a look at Rimmel London Stay Glossy Lipgloss?
Physicians Formula has always had a rather small, not known by many skincare collection however for Fall 2011 they have a very interesting array of products that will address a few different skin types.
Let’s take a look!
Heads up for those seeking a budget SPF product!
I reviewed Neutrogena Ulta Sheer Liquid Daily Sun Protection SPF 55 yesterday but thanks to a reader (Thanks Kiwi) for mentioning that the formula is available in SPF 70 as well.
This Summer felt like the Summer of the SPF. SPF has evolved a fair bit this year and I’m seeing more and more options that offer a higher SPF factor of 50 and up. Such products are the norm in the Asian market however here in the US we tend to stick to the 30 range.
Another interesting evolution is drugstore makeup brands offering SPF options. Asia is flooded with a variety of SPF products and brands in particular offer not only color cosmetic options but also an SPF product or several. It’s very rare that there isn’t some SPF option available from most brands in Asia.
Versus here in the US, where we don’t normally see our favorite brands such as say Maybelline or Revlon offering a product available exclusively for sun protection.
Neutrogena changes all that with it’s new Ulta Sheer Liquid Daily Sun Protection. Does this mean we’ll see more drugstore brands offering SPF products all their own?
Let’s hope so!