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.
You might be concerned with dark spots on your face but how about your hands? Clinique Even Better Dark Spot Correcting Hand Cream Broad Spectrum SPF15 is interested in your hands not your face.
With dark spot treatments trending in a major way for the last year or so you’ll see plenty of brands competing with each for the best treatments to correct this issue.
Of course, sooner or later we all realized it would branch out to something else right?
Clinique’s Even Better Dark Spot Correcting Hand Cream is the first formula of its kind to treat and protect the skin on your hands.
Take a look!
One thing I hadn’t considered when I got my hands on the new shades of Clinique Chubby Stick Moisturizing Lip Colour Balm was mixing it up!
Clinique takes all sixteen shades (both old and new colors) and adds them to their Mix It Up tool for you so you can cocktail, mix, and create a brand new color using one or two shades or even three Chubby Sticks!
It’s fun, free, and you can even share your new pouty shade on Facebook!
My fav mix?
Richer Raisin, Chunky Cherry, and Mega Melon!
Try the Mix It Up tool at www.clinique.com and tell me which combos you’re loving!
Yay! I’m terribly excited about reviewing the new shades of Clinique Chubby Stick Moisturizing Lip Colour Balm for you today.
Just a warning, the shades all kinda sorta look the same on my lips sadly. I tried photos with and without flash but they just seem to all very similiar. I’m def not an expert at lippie swatches but I tried and hopefully they help a little tiny bit.
Let’s take a look!
I’m gearing up to review the new shades of Clinique Chubby Stick Moisturizing Lip Colour Balm but I just wanted to briefly address the original eight shades.
Let’s have a little look!