I didn’t expect much from the E.L.F. Jumbo Lip Gloss Sticks since they are part of the Essentials Collection. I dunno about you but I enjoy the Studio line a hell of a lot more than the Essentials one.
Plus with so many chubby pencil products like this on the market at the moment I questioned if I really needed another to love.
But I gotta say it’s the best two bucks I’ve spent in a while. Haul some. You’ll be happy with these.
Here’s one to try your next trip to Target, Boots No7 Beautiful Skin Melting Gel Cleanser ($8.49). This one is for normal to dry skin (particularly the dry skin folks out there) and is formulated as a gel which melts into a nourishing oil when water activates it.
That’s because it is!
If you’re going a little posher with your Holiday Brush Sets this year you might just love all over the limited edition Dior Holiday Travel Brush Set.
At $62 it won’t fit everyone’s budget but those who like a piece of higher end will possibly want to indulge.
Don’t murder me but my MAC Marilyn Monroe Eyeshadows Review is sadly slow coming considering the collection is weeks old now. I guess I wasn’t inspired to write my review since the collection really didn’t do it for me. I just wasn’t phased by the entire release…it simply didn’t feel special enough for me.
And the shadows are proof positive why I didn’t like it.
One of the biggest complaints I’m hearing about the new E.L.F. HD Blushes has to do with the application. These are so powerfully pigmented they prove a little difficult to apply and sheer out on lighter or even medium skin tones.
No worries, here’s a budget brush from E.L.F. for application!