Dior needs to get on board and start creating an entire stash of their Twin Set Eyeshadow Color Sticks because I would buy ALL of them. Recently launched with the Cherie Bow Spring 2013 Collection these fabulous little color sticks contain a cream liner and eyeshadow on one side and a powder blending powder on the other.
Available in two shades, which you must own both of so you can pair them into a look together, these rather fabulous little pencils rocked my makeup world this week as I test drove them out.
Earlier last week I raved Queen Helene Cocoa Butter Natural Facial Scrub so folks started asking me if I tried Queen Helene Mint Julep Natural Facial Scrub…but of course! Outside of the Cocoa Butter one the Mint Julep is a fav as well (although I find the Cocoa Butter one a touch more hydrating).
If your flaky skin needs exfoliating but you don’t want to drop an expensive dime on one, well, grab this little guy up for as little as four dollars and get happy, glowing, soft skin for less!
I’m sure you’re well on your way to getting your goodies from the MAC Archie’s Girls release. Did your order include the Caramel Sundae Eyeshadow Palette ($44) by chance?
This palette contains four lighter shades of color for all the Bettys out there.
If you’re on a tight budget you might want to check out Essence XXXL Shine Lipgloss as it gives a heck of a lot of shine and a little bit of a tint too for under three dollars ($2.49 to be exactly) plus it’s available in a rather wide array of shades too!
Lush’s first ever lip gloss for Valentine’s Day makes my lips pucker in delight. Lush the Kiss Lip Gloss was recently launched with their Valentine’s Day 2013 Collection and I was a little skeptical about trying it. Typically Lush lip balms are very dense…as much as I love the brand I haven’t loved a single one of their lip balms.
The Kiss I was skeptical of but also very interested as it wasn’t called a balm but a lip gloss! Wow…this is the first potted lip gloss in known history.
Is it good?