Plenty of new goodies are popping up at the drugstore for the Spring season! Anyone run into anything good? I need to hit up the drugstore this week for a peek but if you missed it here’s the round up post of some of what I’ve seen and I’ve also done a slideshow of other new items I’ve seen (if you’re reading via e-mail or RSS please visit my site to view the slideshow embedded in this post).
I hope you enjoyed the Drugstore Cosmetic Spring 2011 Collection round up today. I had a fun time wandering around and snapping pics even if I did make myself late for a prior appointment, oops!
I’ve reviewed some of these items already and have more reviews upcoming shortly. I imagine most of these releases are meant for Spring 2011 so if you haven’t yet seen them at your local drugstore just have a little patience and I’m sure they’ll arrive soon.
Good Luck and feel free to e-mail me or comment about new collections you’ve spotted! Would love to hear all about it.
Find the complete round up list below!
This one cracked me up.
I dunno if you can see it but it reads, “Solange Knowles wears Rimmel Moisture Renew Cream Lipgloss”. To which I’d love to reply, “So what…?”
Anyway, I don’t love Rimmel Moisture Renew Lipstick so I probably won’t love the Cream Lipgloss but who knows, could prove good? Maybe I’ll try.
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Anyone prone to dry lips? I’m not actually. My lips are pretty ok so long as it’s not cold out. Once the cold weather sets in I’ll get chapped lips a few times as the season progresses, chapped so badly in fact I start looking like I drank some of the crazy kool-aid. One of those ring around the mouth situations, not pretty.
Rimmel Moisture Renew Lipstick is supposed to reduce lip dryness by 65% with a formula that features Hylaronic Acid.
Let’s have a look.
in Asian Brands
, Beauty Battle
, Beauty on a Budget
, Best Of
, Essence of Beauty
, Physicians Formula
Lord knows I’m a high end cosmetic junkie. I live by the rule, “you get what you pay for”. Dishing out $20 for an eyeshadow that easily blends, has plenty of pigment, and simply looks stunning is way better than dishing out $5 for one that blends awful, has a chalky formula, and just looks awful on my eyes.
You get what you pay for.
However, some drugstore cosmetics have convinced me that they deserve a special spot among my elite high end cosmetic brands.
Here’s a post that checks out the best of both worlds and includes the best High End Cosmetics vs. the best Drugstore Cosmetics.