You either love ‘em or you hate ‘em but MAC Prolong Wear Paint Pots are hear to stay. The MAC Prolong Wear Paint Pot is incredibly confusing for me as they are simply MAC Paint Pots…I mean MAC didn’t really reformulate them as far as I know but simply tacked on Prolong Wear to the name.
But fact is they can be mighty handy little makeup pieces to have around.
Take a peek at some of the new shades released this Fall!
Benefit Gimme Brow ($22) is Benefit’s new Brow Volumizing Fiber Gel that launches this Fall. This brush on fiber gel promises to adhere to skin and not hair allowing you to build brows to a thicker, fuller finish.
Imma tell you my brows grow like weeds and I don’t use powders, gels, or fillers of any kind however, I know those with thinner brows might just appreciate this product.
So here are a few swatches for ya!
Hourglass Cosmetics Femme Nude Lip Stylo ($30) are a new selection of nude lip crayons with a creamy, full coverage formula and a satin finish available in six shades that allow for the perfect nude look for Fall.
I’ve mentioned it before but it always deserves a re-babble but nude lip colors like Hourglass Cosmetics Femme Nude Lip Stylo are terrifying for me. I want to embrace a nude lip look but I always look like such a dead girl wearing one.
Let’s take a look at these lip crayons and see how they turned out.
With all the discussion of Clinique Superprimers ongoing I’d like to take a moment to introduce Clinique Superprimer Universal Face Primer. Clinique Superprimer Universal Face Primer takes us back to the basics. No tint, no color correcting abilities, just an awesomely hydrating primer that aids foundation in looking its very best.
Take a peek!
Jordana Twist & Shine Moisturizing Balm Stain are a new chubby lip balm pencil much like Clinique Chubby Stick Moisturizing Lip Colour Balm but as a mere quarter the price. Steal!
Jordana recently launched their Twist & Shine Moisturizing Balm Stain in eight shades for the Fall 2013 season and they should be popping up at Walgreen locations shortly.
How did I like them?