Lorac Wild For TANtalizer Collection is making its debut today on my face. It’s super hot today, first real hot day we got in New York, so a bronze-y look seemed the order of business when I woke up this morning.
I feel Lorac is terribly overlooked sometimes because they seriously make some of the best eye shadows ever and have such great, inexpensive sets during seasonal releases. Their Summer 2012 Collection is sizzling and their new Lorac Wild For TANtalizer Set is a mere $39 taking care of lips, eyes, face, and accessorizes you with a nifty bag too.
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The introduction of Make Up For Ever Aqua Shadow Pencils had me quite excited. I really navigate towards cream shadows nowadays so I was hyped over these particularly because I had such great success with the Make Up For Ever Aqua Creams.
With the promise of a smudge-proof formula in a long-lasting eye shadow pencil plus some rather great shades of peach (I’m all about peaches) I was well on my way to loving on these.
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Canmake is a really super cheap Japanese Cosmetic brand that has hit or miss products in my experience.
I indulged in a shade of the Canemake Jewel Start Eyes Eyeshadow a few months ago and forgot I had it so I decided to finally give it a little test out.
Here are my thoughts.
I’m kinda on this kick where I’m loving on shades that brighten my eyes up but are barely there. Bobbi Brown Nude Beach and Navajo are two plus I love Laura Mercier Eye Canvas and Trish McEvoy’s Eye Base Essentials.
What are your fav barely there eyeshadow shades?
My newest pick is NYX Eyeshadow in Pure Skin.
Only love today for the Sephora Prisma Chrome Eyeshadows that were released with the Sephora + Pantone Universe Collection. Orange Facets, Dazzle, and Flash Dance all popped up around the same time Sephora went all Pantone crazy and I couldn’t be happier as I adore shades like this.
If you’re looking for sizzling warm shades of peach, coral, and orange these are your shades kids.