Philosophy starts off Fall this year with a color cosmetic launch. As you know from my past Musings, I’m a fond fan of discussing Philosophy’s break through into the cosmetic world. I think it’s official they are here to stay as Nordstrom and even Sephora now have special little displays with Philosophy cosmetic offerings, a few years ago you’d have seen displays featuring skincare and shower gel but not color cosmetics. Pretty great if you’re a fan of the brand right?
The latest release are the new Philosophy Windows to the Soul Eye Shadow Palettes which come in three shade selections. It’s Philosophy’s solution to easy, 1, 2, 3-sy eyeshadow application.
Wanna see ‘em?
Ahh Too Faced. Keep releasing your eye kits and I’ll keep buying ‘em! Too Faced started its Eye Kit career with its Smoky Eye Kit flash forward a year and they released the Natural Eye Palette.
And here we are, a new Fall season (kinda, considering it’s still Summer around these parts) and Too Faced Naked Eye Kit knocks on our door for Fall 2010.
Ahhhh Smashbox evokes the spirit of Fall 2007 when Givenchy Cache Cache Eye Palette released but let me tell you the spirit of Fall 2010 is WAY kinder in price, size, and formula than it was back in 2007.
Smashbox Masquerade Eye Shadow Palette should appeal to those looking for an exotic, smoky, Fall eye look this upcoming season.
So who nailed Stereo Rose? I sent my sister on a mission to mars to see if she could snag me one at Macy’s on her trip to the bank this morning. She isn’t back yet. Do you think the MAC gods ate her? I need my Stereo Rose damnit.
I didn’t think this would sell out so quickly but my MAC store got six and they wouldn’t hold any no matter how much I begged, pleaded, and promised them mounds of cash. Oh well.
If you got it I officially fart in your general direction and if you’re in the FAIL group with me, let’s all huddle together and have a group prayer session.
Anyway off the topic of Stereo Rose, this morning I was messing around with a limited edition Maybelline Expert Wear Eyeshadow in Just Peachy.
Going naked, natural, and nude for Fall is far from what you’d expect. Yes, well, nude, natural shades, such a bore right? But you know damn well that Urban Decay does nothing boring and the new Urban Decay Naked Palette takes nudes to the very next level so you’ll experience all those boring shades of color in an exciting new light!
Check it after the jump!