Too Faced Bonjour Soleil Sumner Bronzer Wardrobe ($44) is a new Bronzer Collection that combines some of Too Faced’s best selling and cult favorite bronzers into one cool easy to travel with palette.
No need to choose between Too Faced Chocolate Soleil, Sun Bunny or Snow Bunny as you get all three of them in the Too Faced Bonjour Soleil Bronzer Collection!
Laura Mercier Tulip Lip Glace ($25) is one of thirteen new shades released for Spring 2014. I love Lip Glace so the fact they introduced new colors for Spring had me all arms flaying, running around in circles excited.
Tulip is a lovely shade of purple-y pink that fits right in with the Pantone Color of the Year Radiant Orchid me thinks.
Take a look!
the Balm How ‘Bout Them Apples? Cheek & Lip Cream Palette ($32) tops the charts as one of my favorite blush palettes of the Spring season. This arrives just in time for the warmer weather and brings together six fabulously multitasking blushes that can be used on cheeks as well as lips.
You NEED it.
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Sleek Makeup CalifornIA Blush by 3 is one of two new blush trios compacts launching for Spring 2014 from our friends at Sleek. Originally when I posted about these new Blush by 3 Palettes my press release had stated they would be powder but I’m quite happy to report that the Sleek Makeup CalifornIA Blush by 3 actually contains three creamy shades of beautiful blush.
Yes, please, perfect for Spring me thinks!
This review of the Tarte Be MATTEnificent Amazonian Colored Clay Matte Eye & Cheek Palette ($36) feels a little late because ALL OF YOU have tried it before me I wasn’t sure I liked the idea of a matte eyeshadow and blush palette to be honest but if anyone at all was going to change my mind about matte it was Tarte.
Tarte introduced me to mattes I actually LOVED! I think the first time I really dug a matte eyeshadow as when I hauled the original Tarte Jewelry Box Palette that was launched around 2009 or so. That palette had a huge array of eyeshadows in a ton of different finishes and yes, there were mattes in there. No one can deny that Tarte’s super silky matte formula is so easy to work with and use. My experience with mattes up to that point had all been bad. Dry, chalky, with a patchy application that looked horrid on my eyes. Seriously, matte just wasn’t for me.
But in comes Tarte and singlehandedly they change my mind. To this day I’m still a little scared of matte anything but I know if Tarte’s behind the wheel I’m safe.
The Tarte Be MATTEnificent Amazonian Colored Clay Matte Eye & Cheek Palette reinforces the fact that Tarte knows how to do mattes.