Dude, totally snatched up the Tokidoki Bellina Blush last week! I simply couldn’t resist. I really loved the print of the Siberia Compact but the colors are kinda a blah mix of bronze and pink, no likey at all so I grabbed up Skate Girl which is a matte and shimmering shade of warm peach, loves!
I was quite excited for this release since outside of the recent Robbery Palette they don’t have any blushes. Wah! But wicked news with this release as we get two shades of fabulous blush, can we have more though?
Sorry been really remiss with comments and have alot to get through but I promise to do them soon! It’s just a really busy time at my office so I’m having a hard time keeping up with my work life, my real life, and my blog life this month.
Hopefully my next review on the new Wet n Wild Color Icon Eyeshadow Collection Palette I picked up will make up for my lack of communication lately!
I picked up all three of these new palettes that feature eight shades of eyeshadow for what, I think six bucks each ($5.99 if you’re technical). So far my favorite of the lot I selected was definitely Comfort Zone as it has some nice shades of brown and my favorite shades of green.
Here’s what I thought of it!
I make no secret of my love for The Skin Food Salmon Dark Circle Brightening Powder however it proves a bit of a pain in the arse to find stateside. The Skin Food is a rather wonderful brand sold in Korea and other Asian countries but locating it online and proceeding to go through the hassle of jacked up pricing, airmail, etc…to get it can be tiresome for some. I’m lucky enough to have friends in Korea who indulge my makeup junkie nature and grab me items however I’m always looking for possible dupes of products that do the same thing and can be found locally for readers of Musings.
Sonia Barely There Loose Powder Makeup Colorless Matte is quickly turning into a fond fav of mine so much so that I feel comfortable recommending it as an alternative if you’re unable to get your hands on Salmon Dark Circle Brightening Powder.
My skin is pretty dull so I’m always looking for various ways to keep it bright eyed and bushy tailed. A lilac base or primer is always a great way to get your skin looking whiter, fresher, and brighter however it also can be easily over done. The Asian market embraces lilac in alot of various base products to brighten and whiten skin however you don’t see a ton of them here in the US.
I was quite interested to see the Fusion Beauty Prime Results Primers which contained a lilac, brightening primer that had me excited to give it a whirl. The collection also features three other primers to combat acne, redness, and an anti-wrinkle formula as well. I got the chance to try out the Brightening Primer which interested me the most.
Let’s check it out!
I’m not much for liquid liner but if I’m going to go that route it might as well be with Hello Kitty to keep me company!
Check out the Hello Kitty Pen Pal Eyeliner!