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It’s today, it’s today.
The new Tarte The Miracle of Maracuja Collection premiered on QVC early this morning. Some of you have taken full advantage of the set and have it in your greedy hands already.
What do you think so far?
The value of $60 for eight full pieces is quite a bargain particularly if you’ve never tried Tarte before. The set is also available on an auto delivery option which seals in the $60 price tag and allows you to get two more sets (in different seasonal shades) sent to you automatically in the next few months. If you missed my post, I already have images available of the sets that will follow after your first order just click here to view them.
Let’s take a look!
NYX’s original concealer in a jar wasn’t exactly the best formula in the world as I found it a tad on the drying side.
Flash forward to Spring 2012 and NYX Full Coverage Concealer Jar is back with a new and improved formula. Does the formula handle concealing woes any better than the original?
Take a look!
KATE is a Japanese line of cosmetics sold under the Kanebo brand name. With brands like Lavshuca under their belt I’d say that KATE proves the more edgy in the Kanebo family with a range of bolder shades of color.
They recently introduced a few new concealers and revised formulas of concealers to their catalog, well, perhaps not that recently as its been several months since I purchased some of the new items.
Let’s take a look at the KATE Stick Concealer.
I like options, I like variety, that’s why color wheel style concealers are rather brilliant. They offer not one shade of concealer but several. For a beauty junkie like me, options and variety are a good thing.
I didn’t know NYX had a concealer stick. I guess I’ve been missing out! But hey, now is a good time as any to try out the new NYX Waterproof Concealer Stick as they’ve revised the formula and introduced some new packaging to go along with it.
Have you ever tried it before? Did you even know it existed?
Take a look!