Lipfusion has a new, brilliant little balm out that I’ve been carrying around like I do my old lady PBS tote. Listen, it’s serious news when I carry makeup around like I do my PBS tote because I take that damn thing seriously. All the donations I make to PBS I believe at this moment in time I actually own half of the network. Forget about the Helena Fubinstein Foundation, next time you’re watching Sesame Street that shiz is going to be brought to you by the kind donations of the Muse yo! I’ll tell you how to get to Sesame Street, make a left at www.musingsofamuse.com.
I always told myself I wouldn’t turn into a little old lady that carries around a PBS tote and watches Masterpiece Theater, Mystery!, and Charlie Rose but somehow, someway by the time I was 19 it suddenly happened, I did indeed turn into THAT old lady. Now, into my 30’s, I feel empowered to carry around my PBS tote like it’s Chanel.
It also helps that they now hire really cool men to do the openings for my favorite shows like Alan Cumming and Ten. I feel like my donations are feeding Alan and Ten….! Bless!
But anyway…the moral of this story is Lipfusion Balm has become an important staple, so important in fact that I keep it on my person at all times.
My skin is pretty dull so I’m always looking for various ways to keep it bright eyed and bushy tailed. A lilac base or primer is always a great way to get your skin looking whiter, fresher, and brighter however it also can be easily over done. The Asian market embraces lilac in alot of various base products to brighten and whiten skin however you don’t see a ton of them here in the US.
I was quite interested to see the Fusion Beauty Prime Results Primers which contained a lilac, brightening primer that had me excited to give it a whirl. The collection also features three other primers to combat acne, redness, and an anti-wrinkle formula as well. I got the chance to try out the Brightening Primer which interested me the most.