Ahh skin tone adapting blush, lipgloss, foundation, concealer….I want skin tone adapting eyeshadow!
Seriously, though in most cases skin tone adapting anything doesn’t exactly work. The idea is innovative, the concept is way cool for beauty lovers who just want something that will fit them perfectly, and let’s face it our simple side is thinking how cool it would be to buy something that just works the first time, no color matching required, it’ll adapt!
Rimmel Match Perfect Skin Tone Adapting Concealer is the latest crazy to get my attention in the tone adapting world.
Let’s take a look!
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?
Rimmel’s Fall 2011 Collection should be popping up at your local drugstores. I’ve already started to see displays.
Hmmm I do wonder at calling it Fall though…..! I think of it more along the lines of an late Summer Collection.
What sorts of fun goodies have you found at the drugstore lately? I’m testin’ out the new Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eraser Dark Circle Treatment Concealer and kinda debating whether I actually like it? Mmmm meh!
Let’s take a look at Rimmel Fall because they have a concealer in the works to that I need to get my hands on!
I’m really loving on the new Rimmel London Glam Eye Shadow Trio and Rimmel London Glam Eye Shadow Quad for Spring. These are such an affordable way to amp up your work eyeshadow wardrobe as some of the shades available create some super polished looks.
So far I’ve tried out two one of which I reviewed and Muse Approved.
Here’s another look at these new palettes!
Rimmel Spring brings about some new shadow quads to play with! I recently purchased the Rimmel Glam Eyes Quad in Smokey Brun which supposedly is a revamp of a palette already available however I never tried the old palette plus I do think, just looking at the products, that this version versus the old version has a newer formula but don’t quote me here.
This is a fairly inexpensive budget pick for creating an easy smoky eye look in seconds. The simplicity of application, vevety formula of the shadows, and price make it a rather great beauty budget pick.
Shall we peep it?