Who’s up for reliving the 80′s with the new Make Up For Ever Technicolor Eyeshadow Palette ($45)? I see neons I think 80′s! Leg warmers, scrunchies, pop beads….remember pop beads? Come on there has to be someone that remember those.
Technically the Make Up For Ever Technicolor Palette is an eight shadow collection of classic neutrals and statement colors inspired by 1930′s cinematic transition from black-and-white motion picture to color imagery.
But I’m just seeing the 80′s flash before my eyes.
I remember when Pop Lid Neon was kinda my absolutely need to have item back in 2008 and this palette kinda got me all nostalgic about it (god going back to that post I am literally scared of my bad swatch photos! haha!).
So do you need the Technicolor Palette?
Did I tell you how much I love Pixi Endless Silky Eye Pencil in Copperglow? The thing is Pixi makes the best eyeliner evers to begin with but introduce a shade like Cooperglow and I’m ALL over it.
This color is gorgeous! Combined with Pixi’s incredibly creamy, long wearing formula this shade is a MUST have. Buy two, get three…you need it!
Currently I’m obsessed with Missha The Style Glow Tint Balm, ok, correct that, I’m typically obsessed with all color changing lip balms from Korea.
This one has an SPF 18 perhaps I can tempt your lips for the warmer weather ahead?
Lancome Blush in Love Powder Blush launched with the Lancome Spring 2013 Collection. This is Lancome’s fresh, youthful take on makeup because really, I know you’re thinking “Oh Lancome, that’s my grandma’s makeup!”.
But with Emma Watson modeling for Lancome the past two years or so the brand has started to gather a much more younger generation of makeup users. And with cute offerings like the Blush in Love Palettes why wouldn’t they?
I love Lancome’s makeup but yes, sometimes it does feel a little more mature and grown up. So it’s refreshing to see a more youthful and “fun” collection from the brand.
Take a look!
I’ve never tried Aveeno Positively Radiant Tinted Moisturizer so I thought I’d give it a test prior to trying the Aveeno Clear Complexion BB Cream as it would be easier to compare the two formulas.
Companies are a little guilty of switching around the names of their Tinted Moisturizers and simply adding “BB Cream” to new packaging so I wasn’t sure if Aveeno was doing the same thing. Both Covergirl and Olay have done this recently…!
After I review Aveeno Positively Radiant Tinted Moisturizer I’ll follow up with my review of the Aveeno Clear Complexion BB Cream to compare the two formulas.
Here’s my thoughts on the tinted moisturizer formula and I’ll follow up shortly with my thoughts and comparisons to the BB Cream formula!