I picked up a few of the E.L.F. Jumbo Eyeshadow Sticks along with the Lip Gloss Pencils. Since I liked the lip pencils so much I’m hoping these Jumbo Eyeshadow Sticks prove just as nice.
They are available in 10 shades and each is a mere $2 bucks each! Perhaps they’ll make a nice base for powder eyeshadow and pigments.
I’m busy testing at the moment but here are a few swatches of the shades I got!
Here’s one to try your next trip to Target, Boots No7 Beautiful Skin Melting Gel Cleanser ($8.49). This one is for normal to dry skin (particularly the dry skin folks out there) and is formulated as a gel which melts into a nourishing oil when water activates it.
That’s because it is!
Don’t murder me but my MAC Marilyn Monroe Eyeshadows Review is sadly slow coming considering the collection is weeks old now. I guess I wasn’t inspired to write my review since the collection really didn’t do it for me. I just wasn’t phased by the entire release…it simply didn’t feel special enough for me.
And the shadows are proof positive why I didn’t like it.
Revlon Colorstay Ultimate Suede Lipstick ($7.99) is a newly launched lipstick from Revlon available in sixteen (possibly twenty) shades. The fact they released these in such a huge array of shades definitely means they will be added to the general catalog and probably won’t be a limited run.
They are formulated with Shea Butter, Aloe, and Vitamin E with the promise of lips being conditioned and hydrated through the wear.
Take a look!
I’m delighted to report that Hard Candy’s Glossaholic Lipgloss Collection is being extended with new colors for Fall/Winter 2012. I fell in love with these when they originally introduced them.
At $5 each it’s like getting a mega sized MAC Lipglass for a heap less!
Check it out!