Kat Von D High Voltage Eye Primer comes in a tube now or it will come Spring 2013. The original version came in a bottle with a sponge tip applicator and contained 0.12 oz for $15. This new version is 0.55 oz in size and features a new tube style packaging with the same great price tag.
I loved the original and the tube version is just as great!
Physicians Formula Cashmere Wear Ultra-Smoothing Blush was introduced for Spring 2011 in two shade selections. I reviewed the Rose shade quite sometime ago on the original release but had a difficult time locating the Natural shade for a while (I took photos of both shades and included them in the review for your reference). The shade came into my possession a few months after the release but I didn’t get a chance to review it.
Recently, why diving through my “to be reviewed” pile I came across the Natural and realized I never tried it. I proceeded to get excited about this blush all over again! It’s always fun discovering a product you haven’t used in a while and in a new color to boot.
Take a look!
Anyone try Lush Cream Eyeshadow as of yet? Lush launched their Emotional Brilliance Cream Eyeshadows a few short months ago but this is the first time I’ve gotten a chance to check out the formula. I tried the liquid lipstick so far and the eyeliner but not the shadow.
I love cream eyeshadows so was quite excited about this launch.
Take a peek!
Rejoice Clinique Chubby Stick Intense Moisturizing Lip Colour Balm have landed! Not a fond fan of the original Clinique Chubby Stick Moisturizing Lip Colour Balm because they just weren’t pigmented enough for you?
No worries! Chubby Stick Intense is a newly formulated balm with a more intense color pay off. These nourishing lip balms give a pop of color with a formula that keeps lips soft, supple, and hydrated.
Take a peek!
Clarins Odyssey Face Palette ($55) is a new highlighter powder released from Clarins for Holiday 2012. Clarins describes it as a shimmering, lightweight pressed powder that you use on your face, neck, or decolette. That’s the key word, “lightweight pressed powder”…! Although it contains an overspray of gold it actually works as a lovely setting powder due to the universally flattering shade of beige peach. I set my concealer with it this morning.
Dontcha just love versatile beauty?