Dude, the hardest thing in the world about Holiday beauty shopping is choosing a Brush Set. We can sit around and tell ourselves we have far to many brushes and we don’t need more. But the Holiday comes and with it massive brush sets and all that pep talk goes right out the window.
We start reverse pep talking ourselves into actually buying MORE brushes because they are such a good deal.
Sigh…the life of a beauty junkie. We need to spend more money on therapy than beauty.
The Stila Holiday 2012 Brush Set ($28) passed across my desk recently and of course, I instantly had to share it with you!
I’m feeling a little like Jack today after discovering the Tarte Bright Eyed & Beautiful High-Performance Eye Enhancing Tool!
What’s this? What’s this? There’s color everywhere What’s this? There’s white things in the air! What’s this?
What is this tool!? Do I need it? Probably!
If you’re going a little posher with your Holiday Brush Sets this year you might just love all over the limited edition Dior Holiday Travel Brush Set.
At $62 it won’t fit everyone’s budget but those who like a piece of higher end will possibly want to indulge.
One of the biggest complaints I’m hearing about the new E.L.F. HD Blushes has to do with the application. These are so powerfully pigmented they prove a little difficult to apply and sheer out on lighter or even medium skin tones.
No worries, here’s a budget brush from E.L.F. for application!
The new E.L.F. Studio Mascara & Shadow Shield ($3) was supposed to make my life easier dude but I nearly poked an eye out using it.
This handy and quite innovative tool has a flexible silicone shadow shield which you can hold above or below your eye to catch eyeshadow fall out or mascara smears. It’s completely reusable, washable, and perfect for makeup application.
It’s just tricky to use.