Yup, you read the title of this post right. L’Oreal Infallible Eye Shadow in Magnetic Coral. Are you “oooo’ing and ahhh’ing” yet?
This shadow is part of the L’Oreal Cannes Collection that was inspired by the bright lights of the Cannes Film Festival.
For someone who has such a love/hate relationship with L’Oreal Infallible Eye Shadow you’d think I’d avoid purchasing so many but I couldn’t resist Magnetic Coral.
Come on, I so needed this one!
Occasionally Bobbi releases an incredible Long Wear Cream Eyeshadow I can’t live without, Navajo happens to be one and most recently I’m gonna say I can’t live without Long Wear Cream Shadow in Nude Beach.
Nude Beach is available for a limited time with Bobbi’s Summer 2012 Miami Collection and prior to even bothering to read this review I highly suggest snagging it.
It’s just one of those shades you’ll reach for daily.
You NEED it.
Tom Ford Cream Color for Eyes is a newly launched cream eyeshadow from the brand for Summer 2012. These are a whooping $30 bucks each so turn away beauty budget’ors turn away…! They might be a little too rich to splurge but I was terribly tempted, all that metallic joy whispered to me and asked me to join it on the dark side promising cosmetic nirvana.
From my understanding the shades are selling all crazy-like so hopefully my review isn’t too late and your counter still has these. I admit part of my purchase was swayed by the fact I want Tom to live a really good life in all his gorgeous glory so it wasn’t any hardship dishing out $30 for four eyeshadows knowing it was lining his pockets and possibly contributing to maintaining his deliciousness. There has to be some maintenance involved if you look as sexy as that kid. It’s money well spent in support of Tom Ford, the end.
Let’s take a peek at Tom Ford Cream Color For Eyes see if these puppies were worth my donation.
Would you like a little NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk with your eyeshadows and cookies?
This little gem has been raved the makeup blog over but I’ve never indulged personally until recently. Makeup junkies rave it for its ability to enhance the shade of shadows, lock shadows in place while acting as a primer, and just generally act as a perfect base for loose pigments and minerals.
All true…all true!
For a brand that created cult favorites like the Shadestick and Greasepaint Sticks one has to question what the hell happened when MAC created their new MAC Shade & Smoke Shadow/Liner Pencils.
This formula ventures so out the norm of stick pencils I’ve tried from them in the past I really had to question whether it was from MAC at all.
This is another example of how MAC has been going downhill with their quality lately…!