Revlon Age Defying with DNA Advantage Concealer eh? What does that even mean? DNA Advantage? Shrug…ok, if you says so.
Revlon Age Defying Concealer is a newly launched, anti-aging concealer that was released this Summer. I’m a concealer junkie so of course, I snatched this up when I saw it on shelves.
Only love today for the Sephora Prisma Chrome Eyeshadows that were released with the Sephora + Pantone Universe Collection. Orange Facets, Dazzle, and Flash Dance all popped up around the same time Sephora went all Pantone crazy and I couldn’t be happier as I adore shades like this.
If you’re looking for sizzling warm shades of peach, coral, and orange these are your shades kids.
I dunno about you but I’ve made many a mistake during eyeshadow or liner application in the past. That’s why having cheap as chips E.L.F. Studio Makeup Remover Pen around is highly recommended particularly if you’re as goofy as I am when it comes to liquid liners.
Clinique takes the packaging concept behind its Superbalanced Powder Makeup and incorporates it into their new Superbalanced Powder Bronzer.
At the time of Superbalanced Powder’s release, I do believe that this style packaging was an entirely new concept. A few brands have since adapted it as well such as NYX with their grinder blushers. I’m unsure how folks feel about “grinding” their own powder but I generally like the idea. It allows you a perfectly portioned amount, no more, no less plus since the formula is a pressed “puck” so to speak it allows the product to remain fresher for longer since you’re grinding off a little at a time.
Let’s take a peek at the new Clinique Superbalanced Powder Bronzer.
I wasn’t so sure about L’Oreal Revitalift Repair 10 BB Cream considering my foray with L’Oreal Nude Magique BB Cream didn’t exactly turn into a great hooray.
So far, drugstore BB Creams aren’t exactly what you’d expect from a traditional Asian BB Cream but hey, props for trying guys.
L’Oreal Revitalift Repair 10 BB Cream was released in the UK recently so I decided to jump in and see what I thought.