I already reviewed the new Milani Baked Blushes for you, if you missed it please do click on over to read it.
This is just a brief post showing you another gorgeous shade from the collection.
Jump ahead for a peek at the Milani Baked Blush in Red Vino.
Imagine a world where fall out from your shimmery, glittery shades of shadow didn’t exist. Wait, I’m closing my eyes now, I’m picturing it….um nope, can’t imagine dat!
I have so much sparkle crack for my eyes it’s surreal. I love me some shimmer. However, I do hate the fall out drama that occurs with the application of such products. Cheeks, face, no place is safe from sparkly shadow during application and it pretty much falls anywhere and any place it damn well pleases.
Too Face Shadow Insurance Glitter Glue Glitter Bonding Eye Shadow Primer promises to seal glitter on my lids and hey maybe it’ll take up sword and do battle with the fall out these shades create.
I’m a finger girl. I apply my foundation with my fingers, occasionally I apply eyeshadow with fingers, and of course, I apply concealer with my fingers. Dab it on, smooth it out, and done. I really like the E.L.F. Studio Concealer Brush, actually I swear by it, but prior to discovering it I used alot of various concealer brushes from many high end brands but never really got the results I get when I simply use my fingers (my free fingers mind you, not my over $30 beauty tool ha).
Recently, I saw the Sephora Professionnel Platinum Concealer Airbrush #57 for $24 and thought to myself how I seriously didn’t need it. What was the point when I was so very happy with my three buck E.L.F. brush and my trusty dab and pat motion with my free fingertips?
But I decided to try it anyway and I’m here to say you NEED it.
The Tokidoki for Sephora Collection has four brand new Gelato Lip Balm Stains available. I assume these are replacing Fantastico Lip Stain which are on sale now for $10 bucks each, aw man, I liked those.
Let’s have a lookiee at these new little guys!
I’m not a fond fan of the Sephora Makeup Collection in all honesty but occasionally something pops up that stops me in my tracks and so is the case with the new Sephora Ultra Shine Lipgloss.
Part of the appeal here was the $14 price tag since, on occasion, Sephora pricing is surprisingly high. I was impressed with the larger size and $14 buck price tag.
Let’s take a look because really it could be for free but with a bad formula who would want it right?