Mid-Range Makeup Brands
You know your Muse she’s every always searching out the next best thing. This week I’ve been mucking about with The Body Shop Camomile Gentle Eye Make-Up Remover. I’ve ever always looking for an inexpensive way to remove my eye makeup. Something that works really well at removing everything and anything.
So far I have a few great removers in my arsenal but I’m always on the prowl for something new.
That’s where The Body Shop Camomile Gentle Eye Make-Up Remover comes into play.
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Lord knows I for one can’t resist the evil temptation of the original Harajuku Lovers Fragrance but now we have the limited edition Harajuku Lovers Snow Bunnies Fragrances to contend with.
It’s cuteness overload for the holidays!
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If you’re new around these parts you may have missed the drama surrounding the Balm Cabana Boy. Dude, oh my god, so difficult to find. Sephora had released info on it early this Summer but ever after that it was removed and no word about it was around. I later discovered it on a few websites but failed to order it. Finally Sephora slapped it back up and I recently hauled it…ok not so recent, ’bout a month ago. I was quite in love with the Balm Down Boy and of course when I laid eyes on Cabana Boy I got that singing in my blood that was screaming, “Must Have….Must Have…” I imagine you know the sound of that voice in your head that mimics that of a zombie demanding brains for dinner…yes well I get like that with makeup sometimes but it doesn’t come out “Brains………Brains…..” it comes out “Makeup….Makeup…..”
Fact of the matter is when the Balm releases powder blushes in any form I’m normally on line to purchase as they always turn into something very special. And of course the Balm Cabana Boy Blush is special.
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I was at Victoria’s Secret a few days ago and seen this uber awesome display of strictly lip goodies and it was called simply “Pout”. I’m kinda hyped over this for a few reasons. One, I adore lipgloss doh. Two, the script and font kinda reminded me of the dearly departed Pout Cosmetic line. I wonder does VS now own the rights to Pout now or something? Complete and utter speculation from a makeup junkie but it seemed really similar. However, it is only a line of lip cosmetics but still it sure was something to get hyper about. So far I purchased a single gloss which I’ll review for you shortly but the line has a slew of other items.
Take a look after the jump!