Missha Soft Blending Stick Blusher is one of new favorite cream blushes of the moment and that’s saying something because I’m NOT a cream blush fan. I dunno what it is but cream blush fade super quickly on me so I tend to stay away from them.
But how could I resist the Missha Soft Blending Stick Blusher? It has a cute little blending brush on one end and the blush on the other and yeah, I’m game to admit that the brush kinda made me want to purchase the blush stick. Shrug, irrational purchasing reason at its best!
Colourpop Jelly Fish Super Shock Cheek ($8) is a new (and hopefully not limited edition) highlighter slash blush shade with a pearlized finish. This one confuses me kids as I’m not really sure if they meant it as a Super Shock Cheek Blush shade or if it falls into the realms of the new highlighter category since it does have a smooth finish versus the embedded print the original blushes have.
None the less you might just be happy to know that this gorgeous shade works fabulously as a blush!
Mark Coral Glow Touch & Glow Shimmer Cream Cubes All Over Face Palette ($16) recently launched with the Mark Summer 2015 Collection. You might already own a Mark Touch & Glow Shimmer Cream Cubes All Over Face Palette! I know I do! But Coral Glow is a new shade selection and probably one of my favorite shades selections in this product as I’m a lover of anything coral and this provides such a delightful luminous golden peach on my cheeks.
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It Cosmetics It’s All About You! Customer’s Favorites ($59.95) is the June QVC Today’s Special Value today which is available as a one time purchase or on auto delivery which includes four full size It Cosmetics favorites.
Take a look!
E.L.F. The Enchanted Tale Face Palette ($6.99) is a new limited edition blush, bronzer, and highlighter compact that’s available with the E.L.F. Cosmetics Beauty and the Beast Makeup Collection. It might look a bit familiar and that would be because E.L.F. introduced a similar palette with the Frozen Elsa Collection that was called the Snow and Ice Icicle Face Palette which I didn’t really give a great review since it was so very sheer.
Let’s see if the E.L.F. The Enchanted Tale Face Palette proves any better!