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Bare Minerals Spark a Trend Palette Holiday 2012

Bare Minerals has quite a few palettes releasing for Holiday 2012. The most recent to catch my eye is the Spark a Trend Palette ($54) which features a Ready Eyeshadow Quad as well as other pressed goodies.

This is an interesting development for Bare Minerals. I’m so used to hauling their loose mineral collections for the Holidays and I actually look forward to them so a new pressed palette kinda floored me. I’m such a creature of habit that change of any kind is cause for an uproar in my life.

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Bare Minerals Ready 8.0 Eyeshadow Palette in The Star Treatment

Bare Minerals has quite a few Ready 8.0 Eyeshadow Palette surprises popping up for Fall 2012 and Holiday 2012. The latest to hit the airwaves is the new Star Treatment Palette, a very wearable selection of nude, natural shades.

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Bare Minerals Correcting Concealer SPF 20 Review & Swatches

Bare Minerals Correcting Concealer ($20) is the first cream concealer from the brand. This is launched in an eight shade selection and not only has a perfectly creamy texture but also boasts a wonderful SPF 20.

It’s such a rarity that eye creams and concealers contain SPF so this is a nice, refreshing change.

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Bare Minerals Ready Eyeshadow 8.0 The September Issue Fall 2012

Ready for more, well, Ready? Ha…! Bare Escentuals Ready Eyeshadow 8.0 The September Issue is a newly launched eight pan palette for Fall 2012 that features some rather vivid shades of color for the cooler weather ahead.

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Bare Minerals Well Rested Eye & Face Brightener Review & Swatches

Bare Minerals is all about the eyes this Fall. Bare Minerals Well Rested Eye & Face Brightener is a new lightweight luminizer for use under eyes in a new cream formulation. Well Rested is already a beloved favorite of BE fans available in a powder format however, I do believe the two products are considerably different.

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