It’s been a little bit of time since my last Jill Stuart purchase. I find the collections and colors a bit repetitive however I was intrigued by their new Prism Carat Eye Shadow & Base Duo that released with their Fall 2011 Collection. I asked my best friend, who lives in Japan, to pick up two of these out of sheer curiosity!
Let’s take a look a the promo images until these arrive in my mailbox and I can review!
I always get alot of questions about what my favorite SPF products are. I use several to be honest because, well, I like variety. I imagine it doesn’t do any favors for my skin but I do in fact use a few that I like and I switch on and off between them.
If I’m outside for longer periods of time one of favs would be Fasio Airy Shield UV Screen SPF 50+/PA+++. Fasio is a Japanese brand by Kose which is available within Japan and a few other Asian markets. I’m not really a huge fan of Fasio makeup as it’s always disappointing particularly the mascaras but I do enjoy this sunscreen.
Let’s take a look!
I hate mixing foundation and concealer on the back of my hand as it normally ends up in a mess. It ends up on my clothes, on my arm, everywhere but my face….
That’s why I love the idea of this cute little beauty tool!
Facial mists, addicted much?
I am. I dunno what it is but I have literally dozens of them hanging out just about everywhere. Bathroom sink, desktop, vanity, nightstand…you name the spot and I’m sure you’ll find a facial mist of some sort laying around there.
My latest obsession is with JuJu Cosmetics White Peach Skin Whitening Mist which I’m positively obsessed with. I’ve convinced myself that this is actually really whitening my skin!
I love Lancome Bi-Facil with such a passion but damyum why is it so expensive? Ouchie! I used to use Sephora’s Eye Makeup Remover since it was cheap and easy to get however I’ve since moved on to Biore Makeup Remover for Eyes and Lips thanks to it being so easy to come by here in the US.
It’s produced for the Japanese market but it’s pretty much available in many Asian countries and the US in smaller Asian beauty shops plus it’s fairly cheap around here for around $6-$7.
Let’s take a look!