Smashbox Image Factory Photo Op Eyeshadow Palette ($39) is a newly launched, limited edition six pan eyeshadow palette in two color variations introduced for Fall 2012.
Of course, I wanted the Muse Palette. Obvious reasons right? But this was also the nude, natural color selection so I also navigated towards it for this reason. The other shade selection is entitled Icon and this has a more smoky look with an added purple twist. Equally lovely but my eyes aren’t doing so well with smoky blacks and purples lately.
Let’s take a peek!
L’Oreal will be launching their Project Runway Fall 2012 Collection shortly. Already reader’s have been telling me they have seen it in stores. I haven’t yet but my search continues!
Along with the collection four shades of L’Oreal Colour Rich Lipcolour will be launching in limited edition packaging and shades. Monday I wore one of those shades, The Queen’s Kiss, here’s a little review and some thoughts!
Sleek Makeup Be Beautiful Blemish Balm has launched on site and you can indulge it at 20% Off if you like, click here for the coupon code.
I’ve been messing around with it for several weeks now and although it lacks the pigmentation of an Asian BB Cream, I must say, I really like it.
Take a look!
Ahhh here’s the Revlon Midnight Express Cream Eye Shadow Palette ($7.49 at Harmons) that I was discussing today with my earlier post on the Revlon the Shanghai Collection by Gucci Westman for Revlon Fall 2012.
This is a slim line compact that features six shades of cream eyeshadow in a variety of richer jewel hues for Fall. The palette’s focal point is a burgundy wine purple shade topped with a bronze-y copper for lids. I’d never thought combining these two shades would produce such wonderful results. But indeed, the shades work well together for the Fall.
Let’s take a look at this palette!
Some title eh? But I really like digging through the Forever 21 Love & Beauty Makeup Collection when checking out. They always have those buckets that surround you as you edge towards the register in what seems like the never ending line from hell (why is F21 always so damn busy?).
I think they intentionally put all that stuff around to either 1. make super spontaneous sales or 2. to keep you entertained while you’re waiting with twenty people in front of you.
Palettes, glosses, oh my! All utter rubbish of course but sometimes, well only sometimes it’s ok to shop for makeup at Forever 21.
No shame in my game.