Physicians Formula Nude Wear Glow Nude Blush is available in two shades this Spring with the new Physicians Formula Nude Wear Spring 2014 Collection. This is a permanent collection of products so if you don’t find it in drugstores right away no worries it’ll pop up shortly.
I always think of it as Physicians Formulas customary Valentine’s Day release as their products for Spring always seem so romantic and cutesy for not only the season but the Valentine’s Day holiday too right?
These new palettes come in flesh colored square compact with a sweet metallic pink bow gracing the front.
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Oh it’s on today and official! You NEED the It Cosmetics Naturally Pretty Eyeshadow Palette. What?! I’m recommending an ALL matte eyeshadow palette? Has hell frozen over? Is it raining fire? Is the WORLD COMING TO AN END!?
No, no, no, and no.
I know I don’t like matte shadows sometimes but I’ve been sleeping on my stomach again with my head smashed into a pillow and my fine lines are looking kinda rough and these soft, silky, buttery mattes are a god sent. They apply like a dream, they wear elegantly, the texture…Oh I can gush all day.
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The Dior Spring 2014 Makeup Collection is on the loose and with it a new Dior Coral Addict Lip Balm ($32). This is where I twerk around and do my Robin Thicke impression, “You know you want, you know you want it…!”
In 2012, Dior Addict Lip Balm in Crystal Coral launched so if you already have that one I might just commit a crime saying maybe you don’t have to indulge in Coral Addict Lip Balm but…I’m not taking into consideration your addictive nature and the fact you might feel like you NEED every single shade they release. In that case, buy it!
My Clarins The Essentials Eye Palette ($45) review is a little late as it was released for Holiday 2013 but it’s such a timeless eyeshadow palette you likely won’t mind my lateness getting this review to you!
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L’Oreal Revitalift Oil Free Miracle Blur Instant Skin Smoother ($24.99) is now available at drugstores as a permanent part of the Miracle Blur Collection this Spring.
I actually love the original L’Oreal Revitalift Miracle Blur Instant Skin Smoother but didn’t experience the oily skin phenomenon that many people did with their first use. However, in the Summer I have to say, those people that ranted, were right! It seems like Miracle Blur Instant Skin Smoother’s formula gives me the option to fry french fries on my face in the warmer weather should I like! Few holy slickness Batman!
So needless to say the new L’Oreal Revitalift Oil Free Miracle Blur Instant Skin Smoother was a tasty little morsel for me to purchase and tuck away for Summer use when I shelve the regular version.
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