Far be it from me to get excited about liquid eyeliner but I do like the Metallic Eyeliners released with the NYC New York Color Fashion Predator Collection for Fall 2012.
And hey, at $2.99 each I can afford to indulge even if I don’t use liquid eyeliner often!
Imma tell you the Tarte Stands Out Best Sellers Set is too cute however, I’d change one thing! Add in a blush next year Tarte, ya know, one of those small ones like from your Fantastic Foursome Gift Set and this girl would be very pleased indeed.
This little beauty discovery kit includes four Tarte bestsellers for $25. It’s an excellent introduction to the brand or a perfect pick for a stocking stuffer.
Have a peek!
Lorac Eye Candy Eye Pencil Collection ($28) is a set of four Lorac Eyeliners in a gift set for Holiday 2012. These are an exclusive set to Ulta if you’re yearning them after this review.
This year, Lorac went with a chocolate theme for Holiday 2012. I’m seeing lots of candy and pastry themes for Holiday Collections this year. Lorac went above and beyond with their own Holiday 2012 Collection as they create a selection of eye palettes that look like chocolate bars. So incredibly tempting and cute!
Their tempting Eye Candy Set could make your wish list this Holiday Season due to the diamond bedecked packaging but the formula might disappoint…!
I was very excited about the Tarte Eye Catchers SmolderEYES and Skinny SmolderEYES Collector’s Set releasing for Holiday 2012 since I loved, LOVED last year’s Eye Candy Waterproof Amazonian Clay Shadow Set.
This set includes five jumbo Tarte SmolderEYES Pencils as well as one of the new Skinny SmolderEYES that Tarte recently introduced. All of the products are full size and the set is $39. SmolderEYES are $25 each and the new Skinny SmolderEYES are $19 each so this is quite a bargain when broken down as you are paying $6.50 per pencil.
Take a look!
Clarins 3-Dot Liner has launched as part of the brands Fall 2012 Collection. These new trident tipped eyeliners are popping up everywhere lately with brands like KATE and Too Faced having their own versions.
So what’s so great about a prong applicator?