Remember when Michael Damian did the Rock On remake? I was totally upset about this since I had such a hardcore crush on David Essex. Damian’s version was kinda this pop sensation where as Essex did this moody, devil may care tune.
Which do you like better?
Look at that hair! Gawd! How embarrassing!
Look at those moves! Holy Smokin’ Batman!
Speaking of rockin’ on anyone check out the Make Up For Ever Rock for Ever Aqua Eyes Collection.
Part of the Tokidoki Makeup Collection’s appeal is of course the cute packaging. Seriously? Tokidoki images on makeup? Totally kills me. Love!
I recently hauled the Tokidoki Glitter Eyeliner Set as I hadn’t tried the glitter liner range prior and this was a great deal at $25 for six mini liners plus the extra 20% off at Sephora sweetened the deal.
I’ve become ever so slightly obsessed with the Wet n Wild ColorIcon Collection after trying the Holiday Palettes. These are seriously amazing palettes for the price and have given me a completely new outlook on the brand and budget beauty. I can be a bit picky when it comes to makeup so it is saying something when I actually LIKE budget makeup.
Since trying and loving the ColorIcon Palettes I was determined to explore more of the line, my first stop, Wet n Wild ColorIcon Eyeliner Pencil.
Sephora brings together seven of its popular Flashy Liner Eye Pencils in a brand new gift set for $20 ($18 if you’re indulging now with the Friends and Family Event giving you 20% off).
Considering my track record with Sephora Cosmetics this was a hit or miss purchase. I had heard last year from many readers how much they enjoyed the Sephora Flashy Liners but I wasn’t completely sold however offer me 7 of ‘em for a decent price and you tempt me easily.
Budget friendly beauty shoppers gather round. You’re going wanna take a look at this new Wet n Wild ColorIcon Limited Edition Holiday Palette.
As you know from my prior post Wet n Wild is releasing four limited edition ColorIcon Palettes for $4.99 each that include an Eye Palette and an Eyeliner. Happy Days! Cheap makeup.
The good news is they ROCK. These are wicked awesome and even snobby high end lovers will adore ‘em. Trust me I’m a snob. The bad news is they are proving a tad difficult to get a handle on. I’ve been stalking the entire New York State drugstore scene and have yet to come across them in store however it is pretty early so give it time and it might just pop up at your local drugstore shortly. I’ll, of course, keep my eyes peeled and let you know which drugstores get ‘em.
But for now wanna take a look at the Golden Goddess Palette?