You ever want to try something just for the sake of trying it? I really love my E.L.F. Studio Concealer Brush. It changed my concealing life….! I never used a brush for concealer application but after discovering it I can’t think of my concealer life without it.
Recently I decided I’d indulge in a smaller Revlon Concealer Brush…it was five bucks and I was just feeling lucky…perhaps it would be just as amazing as the E.L.F. Studio Concealer Brush.
I’m saddened to say that the Cargo Metallico Eye Kit is sold out everywhere I’ve looked. I’m reviewing it today with a heavy heart as I had hoped to get a back up of this set for myself plus it’s kinda stinks reviewing something you can’t actually get.
I’m hopeful Cargo will bring this back soon……! This is supposed to be apart of not only the Fall Collection but also Cargo’s Holiday 2011 Collection so I’m keeping hope alive it’ll be back in stock soon.
I do suggest checking out Ulta store locations to see if you can get it.
Let’s take a look!
The Guerlain Parure de Nuit Pressed Powder & Blush is done in the style of the Guerlain Rouge G Serie Noire from the Spring 2011 Collection. The difference between the two powders is Parure de Nuit doubles up as both a highlighting and blusher versus the Serie Noire which was a full on blush product.
This elegant powder is scented with Guerlain’s traditional violet and features a beautiful peacock design.
Let’s take a look to see if you need to add it to your Holiday wish list!
Revlon has a limited edition shade in their Super Lustrous Lipstick that was released with their new Expressionists Collection for Fall 2011, the shade is called Abstract Orange.
I picked this up on a whim since I really love coppery shades for Fall and this fits the bill.
Take a look!
I love me some shimmer but don’t confused that adoration with glitter. Cosmetic glitter is an entirely other topic of conversation. I’m not thrilled with anything that contains big, chunky pieces of glitter but after years of avoiding them, I finally caved and purchased one of the Wet n Wild Fantasy Maker Glitter Palettes.
Blame it on temporary insanity.