Mizon King’s Berry Aqua Drink Toner is one Mizon’s King to the Kong products. You can tell by the King’s smiling face on the cover can’t you? Mizon’s very cute King character is one reason I absolutely love this flow of King products lately.
Packaging matters especially when you have a big smiling ape on the box with pouty Angeline Jolie style lips. What’s not to love?
But don’t be fooled by the cute yet silly packaging as King’s Berry Aqua Drink Toner is well worthy of a purchase and gains a Muse Approval.
Heads up lipgloss fans you’re going to love the new inexpensive Lorac Lip Lustre Gloss! These $15 lipglosses pack sparkle, shimmer, and glam into a gorgeous glossy formula for the Fall 2013 season.
Take a peek!
Juicy Couture’s newest fragrance, Viva La Juicy Noir, arrived earlier this Summer and makes a bigger debut for the Fall 2013 season. If you love the essence of Juicy Couture’s sweet floral fragrance and always wanted a little more sophistication and maturity than you’ll adore Viva La Juicy Noir. This is Viva La Juicy’s grown up elegant sister and she’s ready to take on the night!
Stila CC Color Correcting Cream is a new Fall 2013 launch for the brand and makes for one of the first CC Creams that hit the scene earlier this Summer. We’re seeing a good deal of CC Creams now but Stila cornered the market a little earlier on and almost right after Clinique CC Cream arrived Stila CC Color Correcting Cream was right on the heels of that release.
Unlike brands that are promoting CC Cream as a more advanced BB Cream formula Stila CC Color Correcting Cream takes a more traditional CC Cream route and relies on color correcting abilities but not necessarily coverage to get skin looking brilliantly flawless. I think at this point too many brands are focusing on creating a more pigmented CC Cream formulas when in fact a CC Cream is supposed to perfect but not necessarily offer coverage for your face.
In fact, Stila CC Color Correcting Cream does a perfect job doing exactly what it is supposed to do. Being a CC Cream nothing more, nothing less.
I have to say when I tried NARS Soulshine Cheek Palette I thought for sure I wouldn’t like NARS Realm of the Senses Cheek Palette. The NARS Realm of the Senses Cheek Palette isn’t as rich as Soulshine, it looks lighter even chalky somehow, and I thought perhaps a bit dense and drier.
Boy was I wrong!