Pop Beauty Lush Blush was on sale a few weeks ago on ASOS. Gawd, the Muse is kicking herself for not getting it back than. She’s lemming it terribly. It’s such a cute little blush, I needs it in my life don’t you see?
Jump ahead for a babble and more pictures.
Pop Beauty has been releasing quite a few items as of late. For some reason upon their exit from Sephora I was scared they’d pull completely out of the US but they are very much alive, kicking, and open for business on their website. Bless be as I adore the line.
The new Pop Beauty Lush Blush has captured and held my attention as of late. The cute design has a sponge top applicator (common in Japanese blushes) and a nifty little flip top lid. I admit the rather spunky little packaging tickles me most but I’m likely leaning towards the interesting shade they have entitled Cherry Blossom (deep rosy red shade) as well.
The blush comes in three shades which are Peach Blossom (apricot), Cherry Blossom (rosy red), and Rose Blossom (pink). For the most part I’m leaning towards Cherry Blossom at the moment. My hand is just about ready to hit that submit button….somebody stop me please?
Available for $18.50 now from www.popbeauty.co.uk
More babblings about the elusive cat eye that the Muse has been trying to perfect for Fall. In my quest for obtaining the perfect cat eye I’ve been trying my hand at liquid liners and of course epically failing but try I will!
To make my life easier I found Pop Beauty Cat Eyes Eye Liner. Could this be the key to my success at creating a great cat eye?
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Meet Pop Beauty Cat Eyes Eye Liner the solution to your cat eye dilemma. This square cut liner supposedly makes it easy to complete a cat eye. But does it?
Ok let’s see….
KATE makes a square cut eye liner as well so it’s pretty much the same concept. The liner is considerably thicker than what you’d normally want to use to line eyes. As we are always looking for a thin, precise point to line this is a unique thicker size, slanted, and square cut. It’s design is supposed to make the “flicking” involved in a cat eye easier. First off it does a fine job of creating a thick, dramatically lined look. The formula is creamy and glides fairly well across the lash line without skipping. I like the way the square cut fits the contour of my eye.
Now it’s the flicking part that confuses me. The square cut is supposed to make the flick or upwards slant that’s associated with a cat eye easier. However, I had a hard time with it. Although the drama of a thicker line makes my eyes look very nice, I’m unable to pull off the slant upwards towards the outer corner of my eye without creating a messy thick line. I think the square cut and the thickness of the liner creates a rather messy line that looks nothing like a cat eye.
Overall, the product is a fine liner for achieving a bolder, thicker lined eye look but in regards to making a cat eye easier, I had a little trouble in that department. I won’t blame the liner as it could be I just stink at perfecting the look but I did think the thickness presented a little problem.
What do you think?
Thicker, square cut liner for cat eye lining?
Yay or Nay?
The Muse knows not everyone is up for outrageous color in their lives but I’m all about it. Which is why I’m lovin’ all over Pop Blush Cake for sizzling, Summer cheeks! Loves it!
Peep at ’em after the jump. They are my new must have Summer blush.
I got two of these recently from Sephora (‘ello clearance time!) in Pretty In Pink and Warm In Sienna. The blushes are housed in a cute little tiny and contain strips of popping variations of color. Warm In Sienna contains beautiful peaches, corals, and beige where as Pretty In Pink contains sheer pinks, louder berries, and a fair bit of shimmer.
Both blushes are absolutely stunning and I’m truly adoring them at the moment. Sadly, most Sephora’s have sold out of these but you can head to Pop Beauty
as they are available in both shades for $18 each.
Warm In Sienna is recommended for darker skin tones and Pretty In Pink is for medium skin tones. Honestly, either should work with any skin tone with a lighter or heavier hand (depending how you like to apply). They are incredibly pigmented and silky smooth! Loves ’em!
Well worth adding them to your Summer makeup collection if you’re a fan of popping shades of blush! So worthy of a Muse Approval!
Oh Happy Days! Pop Cosmetics is now being sold at Bath and Body Works. Since it’s demise from Sephora I did so worry about where it would end up but have no fear it’s found a new home at Bath and Body Works! The line isn’t extensive but it does have a few pieces I haven’t seen as of seen which look promising. They are having a sale at the moment as well since many of the pieces are marked at $15 USD when purchasing one at regular price, sweet!
Click it to explore Pop at Bath and Body Works!
Busy Monday morning for Steals and Deals around here today! Beauty Crunch is having a POP Cosmetics Sale at the moment with some might fine deals!
Jump ahead to hear about some of ’em!