I rarely leave the house without lip stain in place. Most of my gloss photos always included some sort of stain underneath. Dunno, just one of those daily things I do, stain lips, apply gloss, and go!
I like stains for a variety of reasons but for the most part I like them because they give my gloss that little extra something to make it pop and transform ordinary into extraordinary.
A few seasons ago Revlon Just Bitten Lipstain popped onto the scene. Anyone remember them? Rollerball style applicator? They kinda reminded me of Lorac Cheek and Lip Stain at the time but way cheaper. Of course Revlon had meant for us to take advantage of these strictly as a lip stain but I was all about dabbing some on my cheeks for a bit of blusher. No rules against that right?
I actually still have some of these stains since I liked them so much and did double duty stocking up!
Now I’m telling you all this because Just Bitten has evolved into Revlon Just Bitten Lipstain + Balm Review. New packaging, new design, new everything….
Wanna hear about it?
Better later than never kids…
I’m late with my MAC SuperGlass Review, damn shame too because I lurve them. When MAC Dazzleglass hit the scene I wasn’t going to indulge but I did and was pleasantly surprised how much I loved them.
Leave it to MAC to do it big as Dazzleglass wasn’t enough we needed SUPERglass yo!
Ok, by now you’ve been MAC To the Beach right? What’d you haul? Share it. Curious minds! And most important of all who got their hands on MAC Marine Life, hello how hard it is to find thee?! My MAC said they only got 15 pieces in, WTH? Dude! I’m foreseeing $200 Evil-bay purchases in all our futures.
As for me I’ve been MAC To The Beach again recently and hauled a few items I missed out on during my initial test time!
Jump for it!
I dare do say that Bobbi Brown excels at the natural look doesn’t she?
Well, that’s what the Bobbi Brown Antigua Face Palette is all about!
Ahhh Summer would not be complete without some uber awesome palette from Stila to fill my warm, humid days.
The new Stila Pro Artist Palette No. 1 fits the bill perfectly. Six exciting Stila eyeshadows in one palette? Yes, please, I’ll have one.