Bobbi Brown Marrakesh Chic for Fall 2011 introduces us to the new Rich Color Eye Shadows. These have a unique creamy powder formula which you’re either going to love or hate. They prove an ickle tricky to work with but believe me the extra work is well worth it in the end.
I started out very frustrated with application but I soon warmed up to these and now I’m saddened that they are a limited edition run. So let’s hope Bobbi will relaunch them in new shades soon when these are gone!
Check out my review!
Sephora Moonshadow Baked Palette is probably one of the nicest palettes I’ve seen from the Sephora Color Collection. I’m normally not a fan of Sephora’s house brand cosmetics but sometimes they have real diamonds and the Moonshadow Baked Palette is one such item.
Let’s take a peek!
Baby if pastels are your bag you might just find the joy in the new Art of Powder Street Art Eye Shadow Palette from MAC but even if you do you might find it sorely lacking.
Dude, I totes started out my Paint Pot life hating ’em.
But I’m all about ’em since their original release three or so years ago. I actually like them now and seek them out. It’s hard changing my mind once it’s made up about a product so count this a one as a mile stone.
MAC Posh Paradise sees the release of eight limited edition shades of Paint Pots. Fans of the product should be very excited.
Props to Nuance Salma Hayek for ultra chic packaging on their eye quad. I was expecting it to be inscribed with “Open at the Close” somewhere but sadly, I didn’t see that. Did yours say it?
Dunno why but this also brought back my beginnings in blogging and one of my older posts about the Lancome Mystery Game Collection. Must be the packaging….!
Let’s take a look at the Nuance Salma Hayek Beautiful Blends Eye Quad and see if what’s inside is as cool as the outside.