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Ahhh Tarte’s Carried Away Collector’s Set is a huge selection of Tarte products all rolled into a very large travel roll makeup bag. Tarte introduction of the set with their Holiday 2012 Collection is a refreshing change from their typical Jewelry Box themed palettes from years past.
The Carried Away Set is more about travel friendly options and a selection of products that can be broken up and either toted away with you or used on their own. This is a more versatile selection of products that doesn’t confine you to a bulky palette. No question, Tarte’s past Jewelry Box Palettes are absolutely gorgeous. However, these types of palettes are a bit bulky and aren’t travel friendly.
Carried Away gives you the option to easily tote your makeup with you or remove it from the makeup bag it comes with and take only one or two pieces of the collection with you. As I said the Jewelery Box Palettes are gorgeous but I do like the option of removing the eyeshadow palette or the blush or the lipglosses and just taking those with me….where as with the larger palette I have to tote it ALL with me.
The Carried Away Set definitely proves easier to travel with.
Let’s take a look!
If you want to get your mattes on the cheap you might want to check out the new E.L.F. Mineral Pressed Mineral Eyeshadows. These three buck shadows are available in ten shades and are quite a lovely little beauty budget pick!
Do tell me what you think!
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Wet n Wild recently released three limited edition ColorIcon Eyeshadow Palettes for Holiday 2012. The only one that caught my eye was the Sparkle ‘Til Morning variation as it contained a good deal of nude, natural shades with a small pop of color here and there.
Here’s a look at it!
Blinged & Brilliant and Primped & Precious are two new, limited edition shades of L’Oreal Infallible Eyeshadow releases for Holiday 2012.
These are on a special display entitled the Diamond Collection and feature one other repromoted shade that’s part of the general catalog, Gold Imperial.
I didn’t originally purchase these shades when I saw them but I went back and grabbed them up to review.
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Maybelline Color Tattoo 24 Hour Eyeshadow in Fuchsia Fever is one of the reasons I decided to review each of the new shades separately. I dunno about you but I find Color Tattoo’s formula isn’t always consistent across shades and Fuchsia Fever is one of those shades that wasn’t quite as friendly to work with as other colors.
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