Oh how are you crazy cool new eyeshadows from Sephora?
Sephora Prisma Chrome Eyeshadow are probably the most wicked product gracing my stash at the moment. These 3D wave shaped shadows not only pack some nice pigment but the interesting design memorizes me.
The new Vera Pearlmatte Face Powders are proving rather delightful! Have you hauled them? We last saw this powder when MAC in Lillyland launched but I dare say these powders are considerably nicer than that release.
Laura Mercier Eye Basics have been a part of my beauty arsenal for a while, I have all the shades. Their such a quick, easy way to brighten up eyes and prep them for other makeup or even just a little eyeliner and go. I normally use a shade on weekends when I really can’t be bothered with a full eyeshadow look. They have a way of brightening my eyes and giving them a flawless finish with very minimal effort on my part.
I was every so delighted and excited that for Spring, Laura has introduced new Eye Canvas pots. Granted, we all concentrate so hard on concealing the area under our eyes but never neglect your lids, they need a little TLC too and Eye Canvas promise to be the perfect little prep for the area.
Ahh MAC Mineralize Concealer, I’ve been waiting for you my entire MAC life. You’re so hydrating!
I’ve tried many a MAC concealer but I must say they are all really, really dry and/or drying under my eyes. I don’t think MAC really set out to create concealers for those of us with dry skin. What’s your experience been like with MAC concealers? Funny, as they have really good coverage but when it comes down to being moisturizing they simply don’t cut it.
Until now, their new Mineralize Conealer is incredibly hydrating. They did well with this one but….