With all the discussion of Holiday 2012 Makeup Collections I did so forget to enjoy my favorite time of the year, Fall. Shall we take a step back and discuss some Fall goodness today?
Tarte introduced a new Cheek Stain for Fall 2012 called Loving…have you checked it out yet?
Chanel Allegorie Glossimer Lipgloss ($29.50) is a new limited edition shade that launched with the Chanel Holiday 2012 Collection. This is a sheer, shimmering pink shade.
I typically favor a deeper lip look for the Holidays. I like to embrace shades of red (that I can pull off without looking like a clown) or super sparkly glosses. Sheer, nude shimmering shades of pink? Not so much!
Far be it from me to get excited about liquid eyeliner but I do like the Metallic Eyeliners released with the NYC New York Color Fashion Predator Collection for Fall 2012.
And hey, at $2.99 each I can afford to indulge even if I don’t use liquid eyeliner often!
The E.L.F. Devious Dramatic Eyes Palette ($9.99) is inspired by Disney’s Evil Queen from Snow White. This is one of three palettes available exclusively at Walgreens that recently launched for a limited time for Halloween 2012.
I recently tried out and reviewed the Cruella Palette for you and decided today I’d give the Evil Queen a whirl. She always had a rather killer smoky purple eye look going didn’t she?
Let’s take a look!
EOS’s darling Alice in Wonderland Lip Balm Set has proven a little tricky to locate for me. It was supposed to be at Target as of September and following up with a release at Walgreens and Ulta in November with online locations such as Target.com, Walmart.com, and Drugstore.com launching it as of November as well.
However, no matter how hard I tried I was never successful finding it at Target! Any luck for you?
You’ll be happy to know that it’s slowing starting to trickle into stores now and I’ve seen it at both Ulta and Target finally as well as online at Ulta.com
This very delightful set was inspired by Disney’s Alice in Wonderland and includes a trio of full size EOS Lip Balm Spheres.
Take a look!