I have a love hate relationship with MAC Lustre Lipstick. Sometimes I’m totally into ’em but sometimes a certain shade doesn’t quite look right in this particular formula and I end up hating on the finish.
Unfortunately, Tumble Dry Lustre Lipstick is one such shade!
My childhood is ruined thanks to the Jem trailer but at least I have NYC Color Cosmetics Expert Last Lip Color Matte to look forward to.
When I heard on Reddit several hundred years ago that they were doing a Jem live action movie I proceeded to run around the room in circles of excitement. I spent my childhood (and yeah, much of my adulthood) watching and rewatching the Jem cartoon! I had the dolls (How freaking cool were the dolls? The could kick Barbie’s a$$! They were HUGE!), I had the Rock Backstager with Speaker (which I betrayed Jem with by using it with my Barbies), I had the Rockin’ Roadster (Love the commercial where Jem ditches Kimber for Rio! So much for sisters before misters!), and yes, I even had the Glitter ‘n Gold Roadster.
Imagine my dismay after watching the movie trailer. Where are the Misfits? Why is Molly Ringwald Jem’s mom, aunt, keeper!? Where’s Starlight House? Where’s the truly outrageous music?
Excuse me why I pacify myself with $1.99 budget friendly lipstick from NYC because I need at least one awesome item in my life after this hot mess!
Covergirl Outlast Long Wear Lipstick are launching now at drugstores for Summer 2015. A few shades are available in a new Covergirl Stay Naturally Luminous All Day display at drugstores but I think it is safe to say these will be available in a larger launch shortly and will likely become a permanent part of Covergirl’s core makeup collection.
When I first saw them I had an instant flash back to Revlon’s Ultra HD Lipstick because of the clear packaging. Also, they happen to have the exact same packaging which doesn’t fully twist down the lipstick (hellloo annoying!).
Let’s take a look at Covergirl Outlast Long Wear Lipstick.
Etude House Dreaming Swan Dear My Blooming Lips-Talk in four lipstick shade selections with the Etude House Dreaming Swan Makeup Collection for Spring 2015 in Korea. Dear My Blooming Lips-Talk Lipstick isn’t a new formula as Etude House does offer it in their permanent range of products however, for the Spring Collection they introduced a few new shades and a little update on the packaging.