Sephora has introduced a range of True Cream Lip Colors in tangerine inspired shades to go along with their big Pantone trend at the moment.
I picked these up because they were madly inexpensive at $12 and I was curious if they’d suit me.
Take a look!
I couldn’t resist! I snatched up all three of the new Sephora Prisma Chrome Eyeshadow Eyeshadow shades.
I think there’s something to said about a bronzer the size of your head. Sephora wants the world to glow and for $24 you’ll have all the bronzer you’ll ever need and some left over change to purchase a small village to use it on (as well as yourself).
Let’s take a look at the new Sephora Hot Hues All Over Bronzer ($24).
I’m legendary for loving Sephora but hating on their makeup collection. You have this vast boutique of quality makeup and a company that chooses to bring it all to you in one location but they proceed to fail at their own cosmetics collection.
How is that possible?
But facts is facts, Sephora has evolved and instead of having to sort through a ton of hit or miss products, most of what I’ve purchased lately, has been great.
Proof in point, the new Sephora + Pantone Collection. What a incredible collection. The packaging, the pricing, the quality…it’s all so very up scale. Well done Sephora.
Here’s a few images of the new Sephora + Pantone Color of the Year Collector’s Edition Set.
Stila Eye Shadow Sets (Trios) are now $12 at Sephora. You might recall Stila’s venture into the budget realm with the It Girl Palette sometime ago, these sets follow the same design and concept but are now available in five shade selections.
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The original It Girl Palette was quite good quality but Stila definitely has a track record for turning down the volume on some of their budget picks so I imagine these aren’t the original Stila Eyeshadow formula but I’ll have to wait and see how they are.
On a positive note, they are $12 bucks!
Available now at Sephora and Sephora.com