Stila has two brand new primers available for Spring 2011 called Prime Pot. Taking a quick glance at ’em you’ll instantly think, “oh Stila Smudge Pots!” That’s at least the first thing that entered my head when I seen ’em!
These come in two shades so you have a choice for lighter or darker depending on your skin type since they aren’t only working as a primer but also as a lid concealer of sorts a la Benefit Lemon Aid. I’m personally a die harder when it comes to Lemon Aid however I like to dabble around with various products to see what works better.
Let’s have a peek at Stila Prime Pots and see what the good word is!
So far I haven’t had too much success with the Happy Booster Collection from Physicians Formula. The bronzer wasn’t my shade, too muddy and the transparent powder ended up being a tad too frosty for me….
But I’m not quite yet ready to give up so today I’m testing out Physicians Formula Happy Booster Glow & Mood Boosting Blush.
Too Faced takes a note from Urban Decay and releases a golden shade of their popular Shadow Insurance Primer. Too Faced Candelight Shadow Insurance has a soft focused golden finish with a subtle metallic sheen whether worn as a base for color or alone.
Let’s have a peek!
Sorry I’m a little late getting these up. I already gave you the low down on MAC Peacocky but I hauled a few more shadows from the collection upon its release earlier this month.
Curious minds, what did you get?
Did you love the eyeshadows?
I swear any product that has “jet lag” in the name gets me. That must mean it’ll make my tired eyes and skin look all lively and awesome again if it’s fighting the effects of jet lag. Seriously, jet lag is some serious stuff….think dark circles, dry, dull skin because of the stale air in a plane.
Yes, products named after jet lag must indeed be miracle workers.
Cargo Jet Lag Concealer promises full coverage concealing power plus a formula to reduce puffiness and dark circles!
Does it work?