Essence Voluminizing Lash Powder ($1.99) has proven completely out of my reach. I have an Ulta located about, mmmm, an hour away from me? If you’re from New York you probably know the one I mean. The only way I get there is when I head to Woodbury because it’s just too much of a bother just to go there to hit up Ulta.
Ulta carries Essence but anytime I go there I never find cool products like the Voluminizing Lash Powder.
One of the best parts about blogging beauty is you meet and become friends with so many fantastic people. This review wouldn’t be possible without my fellow geeky gamer Cult of Taupe. She gifted me with this recently, completely unexpectedly.
Let’s take a peek at this!
I’m quite eager to get to the review.
Philosophy Divine Classically Coordinated Beauty Kits recently launched at QVC. These five piece sets are available in two shade selections and contain four full size Philosophy Divine makeup pieces as well as a makeup bag for $50.
Purchased separately the makeup would set you back over $70 so this a really nice way to experience the Philosophy Divine Makeup Collection. Plus add to the fact the products create a coordinated look which takes the guess work out of what colors work well together and you have yourself a practical and fabulous little purchase.
Take a peek!
I was a little skeptical about the new Too Faced Better Than False Lashes Nylon Lash Extension System. I also had some reservations about this mascara slash extender.
First off, I don’t fare well with fiber mascaras. They make me feel like I have something in my eye or under my lid, etc…etc…they aren’t really comfortable needless to say.
Secondly, this does make some very intense claims such as 98% more lash volume and 42% lash length, when they start flinging numbers like that around I think we naturally become a little wary and skeptical if that product will actually work.
Well, I tried it, and the verdict is out.
You NEED this.
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The new Tarte The Miracle of Maracuja Collection premiered on QVC early this morning. Some of you have taken full advantage of the set and have it in your greedy hands already.
What do you think so far?
The value of $60 for eight full pieces is quite a bargain particularly if you’ve never tried Tarte before. The set is also available on an auto delivery option which seals in the $60 price tag and allows you to get two more sets (in different seasonal shades) sent to you automatically in the next few months. If you missed my post, I already have images available of the sets that will follow after your first order just click here to view them.
Let’s take a look!
The Tarte Royal Collection is sold exclusively at Ulta and online at tartecosmetics.com. I’m so hyped to bring you my review today since Tarte is currently having 40% Off during their Friends and Family event so if you fall in love with the Royal Collection, as I did, you can score it at a great price.
Let’s take a peek!