Clinique has extended their Even Better Collection with a new Even Better Eyes Dark Circle Corrector.
Clinique Even Better Eyes Dark Corrector ($39.50) acts as a pigmented eye cream/treatment to diffuse the look and appearance of dark circles while refreshing eyes with ingredients like caffeine (excellent for puffiness) and Green Tea Extract.
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Dude, you know I need a little Clinique Even Better Eyes Dark Circle Corrector
($39.50) today. I feel like I haven’t slept in several days.
So what’s this all about?
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Clinique Even Better Concealer launched a few months ago and being the junkie I am for all things concealer I snatched it up.
I actually ended up ordering it online because the Clinique counter had a single MA present at the time and she was proceeding to waste time on someone who didn’t actually end up buying anything at all. Dontcha just hate that? I was sitting there for about 25 minutes waiting for her, finally got impatient, and walked to the next counter over to grab something else and proceeded to watch the person she wasted time with walk away with nothing.
I just needed a concealer dude…!
I was surprised while swatching in store how pink the first four shades were. I ended up purchasing the fifth shade which is abnormal for me but it turned into a perfect match so score!
And with Nordstrom’s Free Shipping on all orders I didn’t have to wait for near half an hour to get it either.
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Ohhh sometimes I get a feeling! A happy one! Clinique Happy Summer Spray gives me that feelin’!
Elizabeth Arden Sunflower and Clinique Happy were my first big girl fragrances when I was in my teens. If you’re as old as I am, I bet they were yours too.
If you’re still a lover of Clinique Happy, I happen to be, you’ll adore the fact that they revamp the formula and give it a little lighter freshness for Summer.
Let’s take a look at Clinique Happy Summer Spray.
Clinique takes the packaging concept behind its Superbalanced Powder Makeup and incorporates it into their new Superbalanced Powder Bronzer.
At the time of Superbalanced Powder’s release, I do believe that this style packaging was an entirely new concept. A few brands have since adapted it as well such as NYX with their grinder blushers. I’m unsure how folks feel about “grinding” their own powder but I generally like the idea. It allows you a perfectly portioned amount, no more, no less plus since the formula is a pressed “puck” so to speak it allows the product to remain fresher for longer since you’re grinding off a little at a time.
Let’s take a peek at the new Clinique Superbalanced Powder Bronzer.