The Estee Lauder Wild Violet Makeup Color for Spring 2011 brings to the table shades of gorgeous purple. Many embrace hues of purple for Spring and this embodies the shade beautifully.
Along with the collection Estee Lauder introduces new, limited edition Pure Color Gelee which has a light weight, long wearing formula that leaves behind a sheet burst of color. The formula mimics that of Estee Lauder’s Pure Color Lipglosses but has a more subtle color pay off.
If you missed out on the Gloss Fluo De Chanel or you already own them and adore the formula, Estee Lauder’s Pure Color Gelee will really capture your interest!
Ohh who here has come across the Revlon Heavenly Metal Collection? Likey so much dude! They have three shades of Revlon Molten Metal Eyeshadow Palettes. These palettes feature a duo of baked shadows, seriously, has Revlon ever done baked shadows before? Love! I have such a weakness for baked eyeshadows.
I picked up the Silver/Gold duo and I was kinda left wishing they had better shades available like some sort of bronze, brown combo? But sadly, no dice.
However, the Silver/Gold does the trick.
Let’s check it!
The holidays may be over by I’m still all about sparkling shades of gold. Gold really helps lighten up my eyes and takes away the attention from dark circles, fine lines, and other scary eye woe. Gold just works well throughout the seasons doesn’t it? I can’t think of a single season which gold can’t be incorporated in, can you? Summer, Spring, Fall, the Holidays…you name it and you can def get away with some gorgeous gold!
Illamasqua Precision Ink in Alchemy fits the bill for sparkling gold….
I’m all about travel friendly makeup options particularly because traveling with anything lately becomes harder and harder due to many rules and regulations about what you can and can’t bring with you on a trip.
Sephora has a mini selection of clear brushes available for $6! Quite a cute travel option!
Revlon has brand new Luxurious Color Smoky Crayons available for Spring 2011. These pencils mimic the idea of MAC Greasepaint or MAC Shadesticks. It’s basically a chubby pencil which you can use to fill your lid and blend out for a smoked look. If you already own Greasepaints and Shadesticks in various shades you probably won’t absolutely need the Revlon Smoky Crayon however it is a nice budget option to have available!
Let’s have a peek!