If you’re heading in for a haul on the new Physicians Formula Cashmere Wear Ultra-Smoothing Blush you might want to go with the Natural shade since the Rose is very close, with a minor difference, to the new MatchMaker pH Powered Blush in Rose.
Another words, you simply don’t need both products in the Rose shade *wink*!
Let’s take a peek at this one, see what the good news is.
The new Vera Pearlmatte Face Powders are proving rather delightful! Have you hauled them? We last saw this powder when MAC in Lillyland launched but I dare say these powders are considerably nicer than that release.
Take a look!
Matchmaker, matchmaker make me a match! Match me up with a little Rimmel Match Perfection Blush perhaps because its the most delightful shade of peachy keen on my cheeks and face.
I spent the better part, no joke, of an hour trying to pop open the new Sephora Double Contouring Cream Blush. I could not get it open for the life of me. It started with, oh cool new blush but progressed to me on the floor with the compact in my mouth with my teeth around it trying to get it open.
I tried everything but couldn’t get it open. I even wriggled a little screw driver under the lid and still nada.
The top part (lid of the compact) is made of plastic but the bottom well is rubber. This design should have clicked with me and I should have realized it opened the same way Urban Decay Star Dust doh!
So don’t make the same as I made. Just squeeze the sides of the rubber bottom and the lid will flip open automatically. Don’t say I didn’t warn you as I don’t want to catch you with a scissor, knife, or screw driver trying to wriggle it open or worst with your teeth!
Stila’s legendary Make Me Blush was the star of my Spring 2011 haul.
At a mere $14 it was such a sweet little treat last year.
I was obviously excited when Stila gifted us this year with Love at First Blush but I must admit the peachiness of Make Me Blush still reigns supreme in my blush world.
Let’s take a look at the Stila Love at First Blush.