I hate to rush the Fall away because it is my favorite season. But…now is a good time as any to start creating my Sephora Friends and Family Wish List. It’s also a great time to muse over what I’ll be stuffing into makeup lover’s stockings this season. Dude, I so sincerely lack makeup loving friends outside you guys! All my friends have other interests and aren’t as obsessed with beauty as I am.
I feel so lonely. Thank the makeup gods I’m blessed with all you wonderful like minded folk!
In the spirit of Holiday Gift Sets I’ve run across some amazing lipgloss sets we might all want this season.
Take a look!
Smashbox Image Factory Photo Op Eyeshadow Palette ($39) is a newly launched, limited edition six pan eyeshadow palette in two color variations introduced for Fall 2012.
Of course, I wanted the Muse Palette. Obvious reasons right? But this was also the nude, natural color selection so I also navigated towards it for this reason. The other shade selection is entitled Icon and this has a more smoky look with an added purple twist. Equally lovely but my eyes aren’t doing so well with smoky blacks and purples lately.
Let’s take a peek!
Smashbox Image Factory for Fall 2012 features two limited edition shades of Air Blush Whipped Cheek Colour ($29). Don’t let the limited edition scare you, I have a feeling Air Blush Whipped Cheek Colour will, at some point, become part of the Smashbox general catalog.
For now, these are part of the Fall 2012 Collection.
Take a look!
Smashbox Studio Pop Eye Palette ($49) could possibly be the first palette we will see for the Smashbox Holiday 2012 Collection.
This palette popped up on Sephora today and includes sixteen Photo Op Eye Shadows and four cream eyeliners.
Take a look!
Not able to leap tall buildings in a single bound but can correct dark spots, that’d be the new Smashbox Photo Finish More Than Primer Dark Spot Correcting Primer ($42). Whoa, big name, say it three times in a row. Dare you, double dog dare you!
That’s right. It primes for makeup and treats your hyperpigmentation all in one shot.
Too good to be true?
Smashbox Photo Finish Hydrating Under Eye Primer ($29) how I love you so! Just the cure for my dry eyes.
I dunno about you but I prep my dry under eyes to the extreme so that my concealer won’t crease or look flaky and uneven. Eye creams, serums, lotions, potions whichever provides the most moisture gets slapped under these old eyes in preparation for concealer.
The latest to join my prepping line up would be the newly launched Smashbox Photo Finish Hydrating Under Eye Primer.