Chanel Hello Reflects D’ete De Chanel Glossimer (184) is one of four, limited edition shades of Chanel Glossimer that launched with the
Chanel Summer 2014 Collection.
I love the jelly texture of these glosses but if you are shopping Chanel’s Summer Collection they aren’t all a must have as they do run very, very sheer and all the shades end up look the same on lips.
I think Chanel Hello Reflects D’ete De Chanel Glossimer is one of the more disappointing shades since it provides very little color and just shine.
Sure it’s essentially a tinted moisturizing but NYC New York Color Smooth Skin BB Creme is actually a super cheap thrill to pick up for lightweight coverage this Summer season!
NYC New York Color Smooth Skin BB Creme lacks SPF but they tote it as a multitasking genie that minimizes pores and fine lines, smooths skin, brightens, and has a wear of up to 14 hours.
Whoa now…marketing is a bit much on this little guy but I will say it is Muse Approved for purchase!
QVC.com recently debuted a new Summer 2014 Bare Minerals The Nude Beach Ready Eyeshadow Palette and I had to admittedly snatch it up! I can’t not own every single shade of Bare Minerals Ready Eyeshadow 8.0 Palettes, they’ll empower me to take over the planet at some point (not really but a girl can hope!).
Bare Minerals The Nude Beach Ready Eyeshadow Palette is my perfect palette for Summer look as it contains gorgeous creams, bronzes, coppers, and other delightful nude, natural shades.
Unfortunately it does contain a rerun shade or two so you might already own some of these colors, double check your Ready 2.0 palettes prior to a purchase. I probably own a few of these shades myself but is it terribly of me to admit I don’t mind!? I like having them all in one handy palette…that’s ok right?
Recently I did a post about Maybelline Japan Products I Wish Were Available in the US and I realized that Maybelline Jelly Glow Blush was a product I mentioned in the post and I HAD!
Dontcha love shopping your own stash? These were buried in a pile of to be reviewed products and I had forgotten about them. This is probably going back nearly a year EEP!
So I dug around and I located the Maybelline Jelly Glow Blush and decided to see how they compare to the formula of the Maybelline Dream Bouncy Blush that released in the US. Technically speaking Jello Glow came first so it was a safe assumption that the formula released here to our market would be a dupe.
Stila Evangeline Color Balm Lipstick is that perfect shade of dusky rose that quite reminds me of my all time favorite shade of MLBB (my lips but butter) lipstick. Betcha know the shade I’m preaching about? Lipstick Jean Queen!
Of course, it isn’t an exact dupe but I tend to adore dusky shades of rose as they are quite nice MLBB shades for me.
Take a peek see what I’m raving about.