L’Oreal Infallible Lacquer Liner is a newly launched gel pot eyeliner available in four shades that I recently saw at Harmons for $7.49 each.
I’m normally not a lover of these eyeliners since I haven’t come across a drugstore brand that actually does them well but so far I like the one I purchased!
I’ll have a review of it up shortly!
L’Oreal Nude Magique BB Cream displays have been spotted by yours truly at Harmons and CVS. Unlike the UK they have four shade selections total to choose from and it’s newly named L’Oreal Magic Skin Beautifer BB Cream.
It’s $8.29 on Harmons and CVS it was $10.79.
You’ve probably noticed by now that a few plum shades have been clearanced at drugstores from the Maybelline Color Sensational Collection. I’ve seen these shades as low as $2.50-$3.00 each.
Looks like Maybelline is replacing those shades with eight new plums.
Take a look!
I saw the L’Oreal Colour Riche Caresse Lipstick display at Harmons last night! Don’t get too excited, it was completely empty ha!
But unlike the Target display that I saw this had sixteen shades total! I need them all damnit! They are marked as $7.49 each and I’ve reviewed both UK and US versions already if you’re interested!
Did you try them yet?
Be sure to look at your L’Oreal display as these aren’t on a special end cap at the drugstore they are already built right into the L’Oreal lipstick display.
Oh Aveeno Positively Radiant Skin Brightening Daily Scrub I want to love you but you’re just not suitable for my dry, flaky skin. I need you to be tough but you’re terribly gentle…!
I’m always so tempted by Aveeno’s brightening marketing strategy. Slap “brightening” on any skincare and I’m on top of it! Sadly, Aveeno’s Brightening Collection just isn’t something that’s ever really captured me.
Aveeno Positively Radiant Skin Brightening Daily Scrub sounds terribly tempting but for dry skin users it’s not the one that you want.
E.L.F. when you do things right you do things right and your new Studio High Definition Undereye Setting Powder is all kinds of right.
At some point in my makeup life I avoided powder under my eyes in a major way. It was aging me terribly and just wasn’t a good idea all around. I discovered Laura Mercier Secret Brightening Powder and proceeded to hate all over it. At the time I was just starting to have issues with dryness under my eyes and was really struggling with how to treat the issue. Needless to say after I started moisturizing my eyes properly I enjoyed Laura’s powder and later discovered even nicer products for settling my concealer like Skin Food’s Salmon Powder and Benefit Powderflage.
Needless to say when E.L.F. Studio High Definition Undereye Setting Powder launched I was curious. Three dollar setting powder? Mmmm…!
Take a look!