Philosophy Divine Classically Coordinated Beauty Kits recently launched at QVC. These five piece sets are available in two shade selections and contain four full size Philosophy Divine makeup pieces as well as a makeup bag for $50.
Purchased separately the makeup would set you back over $70 so this a really nice way to experience the Philosophy Divine Makeup Collection. Plus add to the fact the products create a coordinated look which takes the guess work out of what colors work well together and you have yourself a practical and fabulous little purchase.
Take a peek!
CK One Gloss Eyecolor is one of five new shades of glossy eye color. These come in soft, pastel shades of color in a rather large pencil at 0.14 oz in size for $17 each.
Personally, I feel eye glosses aren’t a common product in the shadow world and I tend to migrate towards them when a brand releases one. Eye glosses aren’t for everyone, so let’s take a look and see if CK One Gloss Eyecolor is for you!
Sephora + Pantone Universe Color of the Year Eyeshadow Quad, what I thought would be one of my favorite releases from the Sephora + Pantone Universe Collection.
I was every so eager to spice up my eyes with tangerine. Dare I say, I wear it well? I can definitely do peach on my eyes but it depends of course on the shade.
Let’s take a look at the Color of the Year Eyeshadow Quad and see if I can work it and how good the quality is.
Today’s cheap thrills are brought to you by this itty bitty little palette from Essence.
Essence Quattro Eyeshadow Palettes are $2.99 and create a super budget friendly eye look in seconds.
Not to shabby for under $3 bucks peeps.
I’m loving all these cream eyeshadow color sticks that are releasing lately. They make such a fine multitasking tool for shading, lining, defining, and acting as a base for loose minerals and powder shadows.
Let’s take a look at the Stila Smudge Crayon Waterproof Eye Primer + Shadow + Liner.