High-End Makeup Brands
For Spring 2013, Bobbi Brown launched an eight shade selection of new Long-Wear Cream Shadow Sticks ($28). The Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick is kinda a new take on Bobbi’s long wearing shadow formula in a pencil format which applies easily onto eyes in a handy, travel friendly pencil.
I’ve been testing these for a few weeks so I thought it well past the time for a review.
Here are some thoughts!
You might just recall how obsessed I am with Sheidso Ma Cherie Shampoo & Conditioner that’s why the Shiseido Ma Cherie Hair Fragrance is a shoe in for me.
I adore the scent of Ma Cherie and really using the shampoo and conditioner alone give plenty of linger and throw to my locks already but the hair fragrance is a nice little finishing addition you might wish to indulge in.
I just picked up NARS Blush in Torrid a month or two ago. Although I have yet to do so yet, I’m really on a mission to own every NARS Blush shade in the known universe.
There blushes are pricey but well worth owning as they apply easily, have the best pigment, and wear all damn day. That last part is super important to me.
Being obsessed with peaches and particularly consumed with the way NARS does them I picked up Torrid.
Here are some thoughts!
Just when I think I’m done with Clarins face palettes they pull me back in. The delightful Clarins Palette Eclat Face & Blush Powder for Spring 2013 may look very similiar to limited edition face palettes you already own but rest easy knowing this one produces a beautifully peachy glow that makes it a must have.
At a glance I thought it looked a little similiar to the Clarins Odyssey Face Palette but in fact it sports a more subtly pigmented finish that makes it an instant hit for fresh, naturally flushed cheeks for Spring.
Heavy handed? The Clarins Palette Eclat Face & Blush Powder is for you!
Wil Wheaton wrote a rather long post about his role as Wesley a few days ago. I swear I spent so much time on Usenet groups, IRC Channels, and Trek forums defending his character to my fellow trekkies it could have been borderline absurd. You know how you think people that fight on Facebook, forums, etc are absolute fools? At some point in my younger Internet life I was that fool, defending Wil Wheaton to the death.
Needless to say his perspective of the character never quite matched up with my own.
I must still be disillusion because no matter how many times I re-watch a Generations episode I still love Wesley. He was a freaking cool character, sorry, but I disagree with the haters (that includes you Wil).
I digress…another one of my fangirl moment stems from the fact Agent Provocateur has introduced a new fragrance. Wil Wheaton, Generations, Star Trek, Agent Provocateur, it’s all fangurlisms to me.