I recently reviewed Hard Candy’s Fox in a Box Blushing Quad. As you know from my prior post Hard Candy has two separate ranges in the Fox in a Box Powder one of which is a blushing quad and the other a bronzing duo.
I think a fair few of reader’s felt like these resembled Benefit’s Powders however I didn’t get that vibe after trying them out. Totally off topic but you know what really reminds me of Benefit Coralista? The new MeMeMe Blush Me Box Box! OMG wants!
Let’s take a peek at this duo and see what I think!
Majolica Majorca is one of very favorite Japanese brands. I recently purchased two of their new Jeweling Eyes Palettes in two limited edition shades they released with their Spring 2011 Collection.
I don’t need another MJ palette in all honesty (Click, see what I mean!) but since I haven’t yet tried the Jeweling Eye Palettes I decided that these colors would be a good place to start.
Let’s have a peek!
If you’re looking to cheap up your brush cleansing routine, the new Sonia Kashuk Brush and Sponge Cleanser at $6.99 might be a good place to start.
This can be used on both brushes and sponges. I normally use MAC Brush Cleaner but I think I’ll check this out my next visit to Target.
Available now from www.Target.com and at your favorite Target location.
My run in with the lip products released with the Etude House Miss Tangerine Collection is turning into a downward spiral of bad picks. I really was hopeful that some of the orange-y shades would prove wearable but sadly, so far, it’s just not happening for me.
The collection is a release of several products themed around the orange trend that takes hold of us almost every Spring/Summer from popular Korean brand Etude House.
Let’s take a look at some of the Miss Tangerine VIP Girl Dear Darling Lips and see if these shades worked for me!
Loving purple for Spring? The Bobbi Brown Peony & Python Palette brings the shade to your Spring wardrobe in a wearable selection of six shades.
The shadows are all Bobbi but the case was created exclusively for the collection by Amy Smilovic, design and founder of Tibi.