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Some would argue that Spring 2014 was the season of the blush! There’s been SO many wonderful blush releases this year! Typically I always feel like early Spring (January) we end up seeing a good deal of skincare followed up newer base products like concealer and foundation. I never feel like Spring is heavy on color so it was really nice to see so many new blushes pop up!
There’s been SOME massive hits in blushes lately! I think we can all agree that Clinique really surprised and delighted with their new Cheek Pop Blush!
Here’s my person list of Blush Hits and Misses for Spring 2014 which I hope will help you decide which blushes you need this season and which you can skip!
Dior Fusion Mono Matte Eyeshadow became available in three shades for Spring 2014 and are now apparently a permanent part of the Fusion Mono Eyeshadow Collection.
I recently reviewed them but at this price lord knows at their $30 price tag they are a bit sheer.
Might I direct you to their dupe in the form of Almay Softies Eyeshadow?
Wondering what the hit and miss beauty releases in February were?
Now that we’re half way into March we’ll be celebrating Summer 2014 Makeup Collection soon! But February had a few great Spring 2014 launches as I recall.
Anything you can think of that was a super hit for you? Any misses?
I know at least several products that really struck a home run with me. And others that just had me signing in disappointment.
Here are some that I thought were worth a mention.
Take a look at them below!
Dior DiorShow Fusion Mono Matte Eyeshadow ($30 at Nordstrom) released in four shades with the Dior Trianon Collection for Spring 2014.
These are a highly interesting product that remind me of Chanel Illusion d’Ombre Long Wear Eyeshadow in texture but with a matte finish.
Let’s take a look!
Dior Glow Maximizer Light Boosting Primer ($42) is a new complexion enhancer slash facial primer in one.
Glow Maximizer Light Boosting Primer provides natural luminous to skin and brightens dull complexions with a single application. Wear it under your own foundation or mixed with it to add radiance or all its own for a touch natural brightening.
It’s available in a single universal shade that works with all skin tones.