Holiday Collections 2009
Every year I have a fun time rehashing Holiday Collections from years past. Sadly, this year, I ran out of time rather quickly and didn’t get a chance to do this post.
However, I surely hope you’ll have fun clicking through The Ghosts of Christmas Past Collections from prior years and also through Holiday 2007, 2008, and 2009 archives. I personally adore re-living my Holiday Makeup Past and I’m positive as a fellow makeup junkie you too will enjoy these past posts!
Please do feel free to share some of your favorite “ghosts” from Christmas Past Collections!
With all the hype surrounding the new Urban Decay Stardust Eyeshadow I thought I’d haul out the Lunasol Stardust On Eyes Eye Shadows I got for the Holidays. I purchased them to use for Christmas and never got the chance to do a look with them. I proceeded to promise myself I’d use them for New Year’s and again set aside, because I did this crazy blue Tardis themed look, who the hell knows where my head is sometimes.
But today I thought I’d give you a glimpse and some babbles about them as they are rather gorgeous.
Check ’em after the jump!
If you’re looking for a work friendly look or a nice, neutral look for New Year’s you might want to check out the Sonia Kashuk Classic Palette for $19.99 as it brings color and tools together in one slim, flip top palette.
Check it after the jump!
So the Holiday is here in what…one day? You are probably on the verge of telling me shut the hay up about Holiday Collections and just get to Spring already but please give me a second to tell you a story.
There’s always a story when the Muse is around.
Vincent Longo is a brand somewhat near and dear to my heart. I was pretty crushed that it was yanked from Sephora but happily had an adventure or three on their website. But the problem is they always had down time on the site and upgrading, under construction, yada, yada….so it kinda fell off my beauty radar.
Randomly I clicked over.
Dude…they actually have a Holiday Collection! The Vincent Longo Holiday Collection total lemming alert.
The Muse admits she has way too many pots of pigments, shimmers, and loose shadow. Why do you think we get all hyper over something as simple as loose pigment? What’s the psychology behind that? I blame MAC.
You know this is why I refuse to get too involved with e-tailer mineral companies. I try to stay clear of anything and everything that has to do with these companies. If I head over to that dark side I’ll have 1,000,000 little 5 gram jars hanging all over the place because I can’t just stop at one color. It’s an addiction I tell you. No, DO NOT WANT!
But anyway….I’m babbling when all I really want to do is show you the new Napoleon Perdis Gold Digger Glimmer Set.