MAC Styleseeker sees the release of four limited edition shades of Eyeshadow x 2 Palettes. I don’t typically rave the MAC Eyeshadow Duo compacts as these seem to fail for me for some reason but two shades from this release were a rather pleasant Fall surprise.
If you like Fall shades that resemble freshly fallen leaves do check these out.
The new YSL Le Teint Touche Eclat Illuminating Foundation ($55) is a terribly over indulgent little purchase on my part. I really had to check this one out for myself so I indulged in two shades.
YSL Le Teint Touche Eclat Illuminating Foundation is inspired by YSL’s cult favorite Touch Eclat Pen. With added sun protection (SPF 19) this is a weightless foundation that targets shadowy areas on your face and adds light. The foundation enhances your own natural skin tone leaving behind a weightless finish.
Here are a few thoughts.
Dior has introduced a new selection of their Backstage Brushes for Fall 2012 featuring four foundation brushes. These are merely an extension of the Dior Backstage Collection which focus on foundation application.
I have to say I was a little disappointed at this price.
Want some never been seen, exclusive shades of Urban Decay Eyehshadow? You’ll have to indulge in the new Urban Decay Build Your Own Palette Holiday 2012 Gift Sets ($18).
Build your beauty arsenal one eyeshadow at a time with this collectible (and completely customizable) 4-pan palette for Holiday 2012. Urban Decay’s newly formulated eyeshadows pop out of their compacts and into these customizable palettes to create a travel friendly quad of shades you can tote around with you.
Take a look!
Mally In the Buff Eyeshadow Palette ($45) is a newly launches eleven pan eyeshadow compact featuring all nude shades of shadow.
I was very excited about this launch because 1. I love Mally’s makeup and 2. I absolutely adore nude, natural shades of color lately.
Yes, yes, I already own both Urban Decay Naked Palettes and no, there probably isn’t anything around at the moment that can top them. But I was every so tempted to have a look at what In the Buff would bring to my natural world.
Here’s some thoughts!