Lancome has a new range of Natural Juicy Tubes out for Summer which they collaborated on with Japan’s most famous living artist, Yayoi Kusama (or as I call her, the Asian Tarina Tarantino. It’s the wigs…).
Yayoi is known for her whimsical creations particularly her use of polka dots in many of her works. Sadly, the new Juicy Tubes lack all the polka dot love that she normally rains on her creatives pieces but she still gives us a healthy dose of playful dots and whimsical butterflies that decorate each tube.
Let’s take a look!
Javabeans and Girlfriday have pics of Lee Min-Ho’s nekkid back in the shower…ya know, if you need to kick start your day. I haven’t been this excited about a shower scene since Rain did a few in Full House.
I’d sit here and make a list of Asian boys who need their own shower scenes but I’d probably bore you to tears but feel free to make your own list and shout it at me.
On to the makeup!
I’m currently in lust with the new Body Shop Honey Bronze Lip Nectar and guess what no gross honey taste either!
Let’s peek it!
Mmm at first glance the new Lorac TANtalEyes Palette had me thinking, “hello, Lorac Little Black Palette…” it was just that similar to to Lorac’s Summer 2010 palette release.
Turns out the TANtalEyes Palette offers some new, exciting options compared to the Little Black Book that might tempt those of you who love a dramatically bronzed eye look for Summer.
I purchased my first Jelly Pong Pong Lip Cushion back in 2008 (CLICK!) and ever after that faithful day its been a part of my HG (holy grail) product line up.
Now that Summer is finally approaching (Humidity has landed today Yay, finally!) I’m about ready to haul out my Lip Cushion as it’s the perfect treat for parched lips in the warm weather.
I’m pretty much happy with my Skin Food Salmon Dark Circle Powder and you’d have to wrestle a jar from my cold dead hands….but…as a beauty junkie I’m willing to try new things. I call these new product try outs a necessary evil “for the blog” but if I’m honest with myself I just like trying new shiz.
Prior to discovering Skin Food’s brilliant little powder I was all about just saying no to powder under my eyes as it was aging me terribly due to the fact that my eyes are not only dry but also aging now so adding powder around the area, well, it wasn’t pretty…!
However, Skin Food Salmon Dark Circle Powder restored my faith in a good concealer setting powder that not only set my concealer for all day wear but also brightened up my tired looking eyes.
I decided to give Le Metier de Beaute Eye Brightening and Setting Powder a whirl because I obviously have money to burn, dude, this stuff is $36 for a tiny little compact, yeah, serious head examining needs to be done here.
Let’s take a look!