I make no secret of my love for The Skin Food Salmon Dark Circle Brightening Powder however it proves a bit of a pain in the arse to find stateside. The Skin Food is a rather wonderful brand sold in Korea and other Asian countries but locating it online and proceeding to go through the hassle of jacked up pricing, airmail, etc…to get it can be tiresome for some. I’m lucky enough to have friends in Korea who indulge my makeup junkie nature and grab me items however I’m always looking for possible dupes of products that do the same thing and can be found locally for readers of Musings.
Sonia Barely There Loose Powder Makeup Colorless Matte is quickly turning into a fond fav of mine so much so that I feel comfortable recommending it as an alternative if you’re unable to get your hands on Salmon Dark Circle Brightening Powder.
Sonia Kashuk What Glitters Glows Eye Palette for Holiday 2010 should be available at your local Target, if not, give it time it should be there shortly. Yes, it is a tad bit of a rehash on Sonia’s normal releases. She does favor releasing this style palette for the Holidays and actually it’s kinda a seasonal release for her as well but I do like exploring these palettes regardless as they are inexpensive, make great gifts, and are elegant palettes for a nice price.
I picked up the Sonia Kashuk What Glitters Glows Eye Palette, let’s have a look!
Looking for an uber fabulous yet inexpensive powder brush? Look no further. Sonia Kashuk Silver Brilliance Kabuki Cosmetic Brush for Holiday 2010 has you covered.
Sonia Kashuk Holiday Collection 2010 has launched at Target. Yay! Budget beauty at its best. If the Sephora Friends and Family Event has proved a bit too much for your purse or you’re just strapped for cash, this is one collection you’ll want to keep your eyes on. Not only does it include some great brush sets for under $20 but also some fabulous, sparkling makeup for the Holiday Season!
Oh shimmer addicts!
Gather round! Let’s take a look at the limited edition Sonia Kashuk Pretty in Pink Palette. Sonia Kashuk is a breast cancer survivor and created her new limited edition eye palette to celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness. 15% of the purchase price of the Pretty in Pink Palette will be donated to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation so you’re not only getting your shimmer on here, you’ll also helping out a worthy cause with your purchase.
Let’s have a look at the palette!