Guerlain has introduced three shades of Ombre Cream Eyeshadows with their new Terra Inca Summer Collection 2011.
If you’ve been yearning for the new MAC Big Bounce Eyeshadows but have been crushed at the really bad reviews they have been receiving I highly suggest saving your change and investing in a worthy cream shadow such as these.
At $35 these aren’t cheap but they are incredibly gorgeous with a dreamy formula. I’ll be reviewing shortly but here are a few swatches to wet your appetite.
I used to be one of those girls that believed the perfect Summer eye look started and ended with various shades of aqua.
Sadly, I had to grow up and I can’t quite pull off aqua as well as I once could.
Nowadays I’m all about warm hues of brown and gold for Summer and various shades of softer peach, coral, and orange.
The new Sonia Kashuk Spring Awakenings Face Palette is my perfect pick for Spring/Summer looks.
Plus, dude, totally gives me Sophia kinda moments….
Let’s take a peek!
I kinda sorta have a love hate relationship with L’Oreal Infallible Lipgloss but I knew I needed to grab the limited edition Summer shade, Coral Reef, on the double as it reminded me so much of my all time favorite MAC Lipglass, Pink Grapefruit.
Take a peek!
Thierry Mugler Cooling Effect Concealer is a product I’ve wanted to try for a very, very long time but for some reason its been on and off my radar and I never actually hauled it until recently.
At $45 this is no cheap concealer and I fear I do fall into the trap of believing a higher price tag will prove a better quality product and in most cases, let’s face it, that’s the truth isn’t it?
The actual product is a light blue concealer which could raise a few eyebrows but I’ve actually successfully used blue concealers before and they do diffuse darkness rather well. The promise of the blue shade and a cooling formula proved to good to resist so finally I took the plunged and purchased this.
Here are my thoughts!
I’m currently obsessed with Eva Green’s portrayal of Morgan le Fay in the new series Camelot. How do they make her eyes look that bewitchingly brilliant?
She has very minimal makeup on but they somehow smoked out her eyes to the point they dominate her face. I love this look!
Perhaps a little Pixi Smoky Eye Primer can do the trick?