Anyone one for burnt orange gorgeousness? Milani Statement Lipstick in Orange-Gina is my new go to for Spring lips. You know how I always bitch, complain, and whine about the fact I love orange but can’t pull it off on lips?
That isn’t the case when orange goes metallic! I can kinda dig metallic oranges that’s why Orange-Gina is my new BFF for Spring.
It Cosmetics It-O2 Oxygen Foundation is a new foundation that contains peptides, hyaluronic acid (KA-CHING!), naicin, hydrolyed collagen, and vitamins A, C, and E.
It’s actually one of the first liquid foundations It Cosmetics has every launched however, I got terribly scared of it when I heard “Oxygen”.
I don’t do oxygen. Urban Decay Naked Foundation, Benefit Oxygen Wow, they just, mmm, aren’t doing it for me. Somehow, someway oxygen seems to translate into oily for me. Not good.
I decided to give this a shot anyway and here are some thoughts!
I don’t typically like stick blushes but I’m all over the new Sephora Pastel Pop Color Adapt Blush ($14) this week. This is one of those “perfect shades” of blush that reacts and adjusts to the pH of your skin to create your perfect shade of pink.
Meh…you know how I feel about color adapting makeup right? Good, we don’t need to rehash.
On the up side…loving this very cute, wearable shade of pink blusher!
Pop of Cherry is one of three new limited edition shades of Maybelline Vivids Color Sensational Lipstick launched with the Maybelline Goes Electric Collection for Spring 2013.
Pop of Cherry is one of two reads launched with the collection the other being Infra-Red which is a far truer, bolder brighter shade of red.
Pop of Cherry is slightly misleading as it isn’t really red or cherry-like in color but has hints of it.
Take a peek!
Etude House Sweet Recipe Choco Chip Cookie Pact is one of two new powders introduced with the Etude House Sweet Recipe Collection that I recently posted about.
I’ve already reviewed the light Cookie Pack in Almond Chip for you last week so today I’m bringing you a review of the Choco Chip shade which is the darker of the two.
Have a look!