So far I’ve generally like all the Super Blendable Blushes launched with this year’s Project Runway Collection. The formulas haven’t been the best on all of them (a little dry, a bit chalky) but they are workable.
If you’re making your list and deciding which products to buy from the collection might I make one suggestion, avoid the Mystic’s Blush, it’s the worst of the four shades released.
The new Disney Cinderella Collection by Sephora has launched! It’s starting to trickle into stores as the Sephora in Times Square has the complete collection plus it is available to VIBs online at Sephora.com
I think the magic of Disney Princesses has touched us all at some point in our lives. They represent the magic of our dreams as a child and let’s face it that magic never really goes away as we grow older particularly for the girly girls out there who love beautiful things.
So with great pleasure I introduced you to the Disney Cinderella Collection by Sephora last week. Cinderella combined with makeup and beauty makes a marriage most wonderful wouldn’t you agree?
The Disney Cinderella Collection by Sephora Moonlit Kiss Lipstick Set ($25) is a selection of creamy, satiny lipsticks inspired by Cinderella. Bringing hues of berry, peach, warm rose, and champagne to lips these magical lipsticks bring a kiss of color to lips.
What did I think of them?
Let’s take a look!
Japanese brand, KATE, introduced a brand concealer for Fall 2012 entitled (stupidly named) Cover Concealer for Cover. Yeah, I know, that name, WTH!?
This is a tiny potted concealer I was eager to get my hands on as I generally like many of KATE’s offerings however, after trying it, I have mixed thoughts on it.
L’Oreal’s Project Runway Super Blendable Blush in The Temptress’ Blush is my second favorite shade from the limited edition collection. It doesn’t have the most forgivable formula in the book but the color is so very gorgeous.
Did you pick it up!?
Take a look!
E.L.F. Studio HD Blush ($3) has launched to some great excitement and let’s face it who wouldn’t be hyped about a three dollar blush that quite reminded us of Make Up For Ever‘s much more expensive version at $26!
Rich, creamy, and HD ready these promise a long wearing formula and are available in five shades.
Do you need them?