Mid-Range Makeup Brands
Benefit Primping with the Stars ($32) is one of three new All-Star Instant Beauty Kits that the brand is launching this January at Sephora which includes essentials for lips, cheeks, and eyes.
If you’re a fond fan of Benefit you’ll appreciate having all your favs in one easy to carry around palette or if you’ve never tried some of Benefit’s cult favorite products this is a good chance to do so without committing to a full size.
Take a look!
Kat Von D High Voltage Eye Primer comes in a tube now or it will come Spring 2013. The original version came in a bottle with a sponge tip applicator and contained 0.12 oz for $15. This new version is 0.55 oz in size and features a new tube style packaging with the same great price tag.
I loved the original and the tube version is just as great!
Anyone try Lush Cream Eyeshadow as of yet? Lush launched their Emotional Brilliance Cream Eyeshadows a few short months ago but this is the first time I’ve gotten a chance to check out the formula. I tried the liquid lipstick so far and the eyeliner but not the shadow.
I love cream eyeshadows so was quite excited about this launch.
Take a peek!
Bath & Body Works has released three new Moisture Swirl Hand Soaps for Holiday 2012. These are a limited edition hand soaps that seem to be available in store only (I haven’t had the pleasure of seeing them online).
Twisted Peppermint, Vanilla Bean Noel, and Winter Candy Apple are the three scents you can choose from. I picked up Twisted Peppermint recently, here’s some thoughts!