Korres has some fun picks for Holiday 2012 including their new Goddess Beauty Color Collection. This is a good excuse to pick the set up as it contains a full size Magic Light Contouring Trio. Released sometime ago the Magic Light Contouring Trio was one that I missed out on. It’s been on my wish list for a while but for some reason I never got the chance to try it.
Let’s take a look!
The QVC Today’s Special Value today is the It Cosmetics Vitality Anti-Aging Color Collection I was showing you earlier this week.
This is a five piece, full size collection available for $59.94 (Two payments of $29.97 plus shipping) that’s available as a one time shipment or you can indulge in auto delivery which locks in the price and sends you a new shipment of the same products, different lip shade, in a few months.
The really great deal about the collection is the massive 1 oz super size of It Cosmetics Bye Bye Under Eye Concealer. Since this concealer is so incredibly pigmented it’ll last for literally ages.
Take a look!
Chanel Soleil Tan de Chanel Luminous Bronzing Powder ($60) launched in two shades with the Chanel Summer 2012 Collection. I’m the type of person that avoids bronzers but occasionally like to dip my toes into the bronzing pool.
I have discovered by being a little adventurous that there are bronzers out there that do give just the right glow without dulling my skin out completely.
Is Chanel Soleil Tan de Chanel Luminous Bronzing Powder one of those bronzers?
Lorac Wild For TANtalizer Collection is making its debut today on my face. It’s super hot today, first real hot day we got in New York, so a bronze-y look seemed the order of business when I woke up this morning.
I feel Lorac is terribly overlooked sometimes because they seriously make some of the best eye shadows ever and have such great, inexpensive sets during seasonal releases. Their Summer 2012 Collection is sizzling and their new Lorac Wild For TANtalizer Set is a mere $39 taking care of lips, eyes, face, and accessorizes you with a nifty bag too.
Take a look!
Clinique takes the packaging concept behind its Superbalanced Powder Makeup and incorporates it into their new Superbalanced Powder Bronzer.
At the time of Superbalanced Powder’s release, I do believe that this style packaging was an entirely new concept. A few brands have since adapted it as well such as NYX with their grinder blushers. I’m unsure how folks feel about “grinding” their own powder but I generally like the idea. It allows you a perfectly portioned amount, no more, no less plus since the formula is a pressed “puck” so to speak it allows the product to remain fresher for longer since you’re grinding off a little at a time.
Let’s take a peek at the new Clinique Superbalanced Powder Bronzer.