Seems like Holiday 2010 is going to prove damn expensive this year. Last year, it felt like brands skimped a little bit and produced a rehash of gift sets that we all craved but didn’t necessarily need. Blame the recession but ’09’s selection doesn’t seem half as amazing as ’10’s.
Lorac Holiday Collection 2010 proves to be another item I might have to add to my wish list.
Check this out!
Lorac Private Affair Palette was one of the very first palettes that caught my fancy late this Summer when I saw it introduced as part of the Lorac Fall Collection 2010.
The palette is exclusive to Sephora is $38 and has six shadows, primer, and a brush which is housed in a rather slick, sexy little faux croc compact.
I think the shades called out to me most, actually one in particular, which was a gorgeous plumm-y wine. I really feel like Lorac is a bit understated and doesn’t get nearly enough love, they seriously have some killer offerings and the Private Affair Palette seemed like one such awesome offering.
Let’s have a look!
I kinda dig Lorac Visual Effects Mascara so I could be on board with the Lorac Visual Affection Collection!
Have you ever played Sex, Marry, Kill? Obviously, my best friend Jai and I have way too much time our hands since we often play it.
Obviously easy to figure out if you never played.
Someone presents a list of three people in your life or celebs and you decide if you want to have sex with them, marry them, or kill them off.
Fun times right?
I had a good one recently which consisted of Neil Gaiman, Taylor Lautner, and Albert Einstein….can you guess who I had sex with, who I married, and who I killed?
Spoilers! If I told you!
So why am I telling you this? Because my variation of the game involves cosmetics. I’ll give you three options and you tell me if you’d keep the item and use it, stash it away in your beauty vault and never use it because it’s just so damn pretties, or trash it in the makeup graveyard!
Up for a little gaming action?