Go get yourself some Essence Stay All Day Long Lasting Eyeshadow because for $2.99 you can’t beat this beauty budget eyeshadow! Alright, it doesn’t REALLY stay all day and yeah, it’s a little sheer but that’s ok, it looks damn pretty and at under three bucks I want them ALL!
You can join me collecting them all and in my quest for domination or not, your choice, optional. I do suggest you join up though as when I unleash the zombies, you’ll be the one out in the cold.
For Spring 2013, Bobbi Brown launched an eight shade selection of new Long-Wear Cream Shadow Sticks ($28). The Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick is kinda a new take on Bobbi’s long wearing shadow formula in a pencil format which applies easily onto eyes in a handy, travel friendly pencil.
I’ve been testing these for a few weeks so I thought it well past the time for a review.
Here are some thoughts!
The MAC Archie’s Girl Collection launches this week and with it four new MAC Pigments. Excited? This new pigments feature cute little Veronica and Betty art work so they may be a must have for that alone.
Although already online at Nordstrom.com as well as MACCosmetics.com the actual official launch in stores and counters is February 7th. So if something sold out online no worries, there’s still time to haul it when it reaches stores later this week.
Let’s take a look at these piggies and see if you need ’em!
Ahh the Glinda Palette! Glinda is one of two new Urban Decay Oz inspired palettes that the brand recently launched in collaboration with the Disney film, Oz the Great and Powerful.
I recently reviewed the Theodora Palette for you and must say she’s more my speed. I love the Glinda palette but she’s a more lighter variation which will work well on paler skin tones or those with fairer hair and eyes.
Take a look!
Urban Decay has launched two new palettes inspired by the movie Oz the Great and Powerful. The Urban Decay Theodora Palette ($49) was a fast favorite for me as I’m a brunette who loves nude, natural shades of eyeshadow. Glinda would be most suitable for blond, blue eyed ladies. But really, do we have to choose? Most of us probably feel we can rock either palette and I’m in complete agreement.
I just seem to favor Theodora at the moment though, here are my thoughts about her.