So far I haven’t had too much success with the Happy Booster Collection from Physicians Formula. The bronzer wasn’t my shade, too muddy and the transparent powder ended up being a tad too frosty for me….
But I’m not quite yet ready to give up so today I’m testing out Physicians Formula Happy Booster Glow & Mood Boosting Blush.
I’ve always yearned for day that I would wake up and fall deeply in love with Benefit That Gal, it never happened. Sad sigh. Which is why I was pretty skeptical that the new Physicians Formula Mineral Wear Mineral Correcting Primer probably would fall into the realms of a no go.
The new range features three shades of primer to address various issues. The one I’m reviewing for you today is the Pink Highlighter which is a 3 in 1 Corrector, Primer, and SPF. The promise of smooth, brighter skin on the box tempted me however the color and idea reminded me very much of That Gal and my downfall with the product…
What did I think?
Just wanted to give you a brief peek at the new Physicians Formula Shimmer Strips Custom Eye Enhancing Eyeliner Trio that I reviewed yesterday. I thought you’d appreciate some images of the other trios available.
Take a look and let me know if you tried ‘em yet and what you thought!
Physicians Formula has new trios of gel eyeliners available for Spring. These basically have to look of a MAC Technakohl with a swivel up design. At a price of $10.95 for three you’re getting quite a nice deal here so if you’re a budget shopper these might be one to check out.
Jump ahead for my thoughts!
I admit I love the name of the Physicians Formula Eye Candy Collection. Ahh! Cute. Right? I dunno, candy makes me happy. This is basically a selection of their Shimmer Strips Custom Eye Shadow Palettes in various new shades. Granted, some of the shades aren’t really “candy” like as per their name but one stands out above the rest in gorgeous shades of aqua, hello beautiful come home with the Muse won’t you?