I know MAC Heavenly Creature is so yesterday’s news but I’m still muddling through my purchases. I reached for the Mineralize Skinfinish in Star Wonder early last week to give a try but never got around to the actual review.
Wanna take a look today with me?
I have to say the Mineralize Skinfinishes from the MAC Heavenly Creature Collection are possibly some of the best that MAC has done in a while. Most of the shades can easily double up as blush!
My sister happens to be the queen of blush sticks. If you want an autograph, let me know, I charge $5 bucks for ‘em and include a digital picture of her and her stash.
No seriously, girl, has every single blush stick known to womankind. It’s fairly comical because by some sort of random inheritance she’s kinda sorta into makeup because of me BUT she isn’t as diseased about it. She’s kinda…a hobbyist for lack of a better word. But when it comes to blush sticks, well, she’s a connoisseur.
So, of course, when I whipped out the new Jordana Color Tint Blush Stick she immediately came at me like Scott McCall during a hairy situation. There was possibly a shuffle, she may or may not have given me a rug burn in the process of wrestling me to the floor to get her hands on these, and I can’t confirm but a black eye or two might have resulted.
I guess she wants them.
Ahhh NARS Orgasm. Love it but hate the shimmer factor? I must be a completely crazy person but I honestly don’t see the problem with O or Super O. Super Orgasm definitely has sparkle, no doubt. Big azz chunky glitter style sparkle but…you can buff it easily away. And O, well, it just has this iridescent glow to it that’s so damn gorgeous.
People can preach to me daily that they feel both shades are incredibly overrated but I simply stick my fingers in my ears and go, LA-LA-LA-LA!
I love the shade. It’s just the perfect golden pink peach.
Ok, so we established you dislike the shimmer…
Have you met NARS Deep Throat?
I’m wearing L’Oreal Infallible Eyeshadow in Gleaming Bronze today. It was part of the L’Oreal Summer 2012 Collection and could or couldn’t be LE?
Hard to say really as these special displays really never say if a shade or product is limited edition. How irritating right?
As you know from my numerous rants I do have a little bit of a love/hate relationship with these eyeshadows but the formula is such a hit or miss that I feel this absolute need to collect them all.
Let’s see if you need Gleaming Bronze.
The Jill Stuart Patisserie Collection is limited edition collection released for Fall 2012. It’s inspired by a French pastry shop and the packaging, shade names, and scent of the products all bring to mind decadent pastries and desserts.
The Jill Stuart Custard Lip Pots are pretty much spot on for that inspiration as they look like little cups of custard. These were released in five shades and both the colors and product themselves are available for a limited time with this collection.
Take a look!