The Muse admits she has way too many pots of pigments, shimmers, and loose shadow. Why do you think we get all hyper over something as simple as loose pigment? What’s the psychology behind that? I blame MAC.
You know this is why I refuse to get too involved with e-tailer mineral companies. I try to stay clear of anything and everything that has to do with these companies. If I head over to that dark side I’ll have 1,000,000 little 5 gram jars hanging all over the place because I can’t just stop at one color. It’s an addiction I tell you. No, DO NOT WANT!
But anyway….I’m babbling when all I really want to do is show you the new Napoleon Perdis Gold Digger Glimmer Set.
I’m still testing out the Etude House Collagen Moistfull Collection, little slow I know. It’s been kinda an uneventful ride so far in all honesty. I’m not really particularly glad or sad that I purchased the entire collection but as of late Etude House is kinda a small blip on my beauty radar as it’s been a while in between stunning collections.
Etude House Collagen Moistfull Essence-In Base is what today is all about so take the jump for the review.
Whatcha up to? I have a sore throat, boo hoo. I just had some Hot and Sour Soup but sadly that didn’t help much. Oh wells at least I’m sporting my Smashbox Sunset BLVD Lip Gloss and congratulating myself for getting it on the cheap.
In my quest to own every single shimmering lipgloss around this season I came across Bath and Body Works Liplicious Lip Jewels and I likey.
Ok, story time…you know these reviews always have to start with a boring story told by yours truly. What fun would be a review without my babbling commentary to go along with it right?
So, I’m loving C.O. Bigelow Lip Cordials at the moment and this led me to go and grab some Bath and Body Works Liplicious Lip Jewels. Actually…I was ordering fragrance oils for my sis and I added these in the cart on a whim and I’m sure glad I did as they are pretty darn tasty.
Tell me you’ve checked out the Lorac VIP sale by now? Come on I’ve been on about it for the past month.
I scored a few of the Lorac Sparkle Pencil Eye Liners, score at $4.99 baby!
Jump for the review, swatches, and all that babble!