I really feels like this is the year of the palette. So many brands have gone out of their way to give us some really great deals on some killer palettes and it’s really difficult to settle on just one. That need to collect them all is very real for makeup junkies.
Mark’s Holiday Collection started off a tad slow but they are adding a few other items as the Holiday approaches, one of which is their innovative Rock the Box Palette. Nope, it doesn’t contain 200 eyeshadows, 10 blushes, and a partridge in a pear tree, sorry guys. It does however bring to the table a very interesting idea for a palette.
Let’s take a look at the Mark Rock the Box Palette and a few other offerings from the brand for the Holiday Season!
mark has a sneak peek preview of its Holiday Collection 2010 up but I was kinda shocked as I’m not seeing the normal fare for mark this year. They normally have really fun gloss gift sets and Holiday themed bits and bobs but this year its a little sparse. I’m hopeful this is a brief preview of what’s to come.
But needless to say I love posting about anything mark as it’s cheap and it’s quality.
Mark recently introduced a few new palettes for face and eyes that I babbled briefly about. I ended up purchasing both as they looked pretty cute.
The Mark Touch & Glow Shimmer Cream Cubes All Over Face Palette was one of the palette and it feels and acts like a rather cool dupe of a Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick.
Rather interesting little powder.
With the introduction of the 360 degree primer, thanks Benefit, I’m seeing more and more primers that try to act not only as a primer for lids but also as a primer for your concealer and a primer for your lids.
mark Please Hold Eye Primer not only promises to prep lids but also conceal darkness, cover dark spots, puffiness, basically the whole deal in one pot.
Does it work?