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Clinique Almost Lipstick for Spring 2012 Review, Swatches, Photos

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Now might be a good time to set aside some cash for ALL of the new Clinique Almost Lipsticks. Yes, ALL.

At $15 each they are an absolute essential and affordable haul. You NEED these.

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Tarte Amazonian Clay Shimmering Blush Glisten, Frisky, Buff, Adored Spring 2012 Review, Swatches, Photos

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I was hoping and wishing and crossing my little fingers and toes that Tarte would do more shimmer in their Amazonian Clay Blush for Spring.

Poof!

Wish granted.

Tarte introduced a shimmery version of the blush in a QVC Special Value Set called Glisten. Glisten was even better than NARS Orgasm for me. It’s this delightful shade of golden peachy pink that lights up my face like nothing else. Gorgeous! Truly a keeper and HG (holy grail) blush if ever there was one.

Needless to say this blush got me on the idea that Tarte seriously needed to introduce more shimmer into the Amazonian Clay Blush because the entire catalog of shades are matte.

For Spring 2012, you can indulge in four, brand new shades including Glisten of Amazonian Clay Blush with a delightfully sparkly finish.

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Happy Days!

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MAC Beauty Powder Too Chic Review, Swatches, Photos

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Little low on dough but really wanting the Chanel Natural Finish Powder in Jasmin I reviewed recently?

MAC Beauty Powder to the rescue!

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Bobbi Brown Ultra Nude Palette Swatches

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Here’s a little sneaky peek at the Bobbi Brown Ultra Nude Palette that released with Bobbi’s new Neons and Nudes Spring 2012 Collection.

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Koh Gen Do Cleansing Spa Water Review

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I’m seeing quite a few cleansing waters released at the moment. They aren’t a hugely popular product in the US but they do decently well in the Asian market. One in particular that’s cult favorite is Mandom Cleansing Water. I reviewed this quite a few years ago on Musings and its kinda my lazy girl makeup remover for when I’m really not up for the huge nightly regime to get my makeup off.

Cleansing waters are fairly nice because they are not only simple and to the point for makeup removal but most do a damn good job tackling waterproof makeup while still remaining gentle enough not to strip skin or dry it out. Of course, this is from my experience using Asian ones, I haven’t really used any in the US.

Koh Gen Do Cleansing Spa Water happened across my desk a few weeks ago and I’m happy to say I’m enjoying it immensely.

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