Philosophy Divine Classically Coordinated Beauty Kits recently launched at QVC. These five piece sets are available in two shade selections and contain four full size Philosophy Divine makeup pieces as well as a makeup bag for $50.
Purchased separately the makeup would set you back over $70 so this a really nice way to experience the Philosophy Divine Makeup Collection. Plus add to the fact the products create a coordinated look which takes the guess work out of what colors work well together and you have yourself a practical and fabulous little purchase.
Take a peek!
CK One Gloss Eyecolor is one of five new shades of glossy eye color. These come in soft, pastel shades of color in a rather large pencil at 0.14 oz in size for $17 each.
Personally, I feel eye glosses aren’t a common product in the shadow world and I tend to migrate towards them when a brand releases one. Eye glosses aren’t for everyone, so let’s take a look and see if CK One Gloss Eyecolor is for you!
My Beauty Diary Vanilla Souffle Face Scrub why you so cute for?
My Beauty Diary introduced this little face peel a while ago but I never got around to reviewing it. Lucky enough they continue to release cute little skincare products here and there which I’m loving as they originally started out as a line of facial sheet masks only.
The brand is Taiwanese so not readily available at your local CVS but it’s easy enough to locate online for fairly close to retail prices as well as in smaller Asian beauty shops if you live in a heavily Asian populated neighborhood or city.
Let’s take a peek!
Sleek Makeup Eau La La Liners have launched recently and are available in 20 poppingingly vibrant shades (look mom, I created a word).
Here are a few swatches.
Korres is releasing three shades of Cheek Butter shortly. Although I’ve never thought about it, I think somewhere in my subconscious I’ve always wished for some sort of cream blush from Korres.
Wish no further, granted!