Fall Collections 2012
So how we feeling about Lush Emotional Brilliance so far? Lush launches themselves back into the world of cosmetics with this range of makeup. I say “back into” since they have already had a makeup line a few years ago called B Never.
B Never was fancy and posh and terribly alluring but Lush Emotional Brilliance is more industry for me. It’s very modern yet has an old world alchemy feel about it as well.
Lush’s “Spin the Wheel” discovery game can be played which personalizes your color experience with Emotional Brilliance. It’s not something you have to do but it’s a fun little extra that allows Lush to spontaneously select shades they think suit your mood.
Lush’s Color Wheel will select a shade based on your “mood” or “state of mind” and is available to play with at both stores and online.
What do you think of the Color Wheel? I’m more about selecting shades I like. Are you cool with letting Lush doing the picking for you?
I checked our an Emotional Brilliance Eyeliner recently and this morning I decided to test out the Emotional Brilliance Liquid Lipstick I got my greedy hands on.
Here are some thoughts!
So yeah, NARS Outlaw Blush ($28) disappeared off the face of the earth before I could haul it. As you know NARS Blush in Outlaw was available as part of the general catalog for quite a while.
When it disappeared I’m unsure. I just know that I never technically indulged in the shade and why that is, is quite the mystery.
Sadly, I can’t compare the formula of yesteryear to today’s current formula but I will say I like Outlaw as a color but the formula is a little bit meh.
Take a look!
You tell me what you think!
Maybelline Scene on the Runway is a new Fall 2012 Collection that features several new shades of Eye Studio Palettes as well as limited edition Maybelline Color Sensational Lipstick, blush, and a new cream highlighter.
Take a peek!
I’m not up on the magnetic nail trend (seems like a ton of work) but Wet n Wild has introduced a limited edition Magnetic Nail Color Collection for Fall 2012 if you want to embrace the trend on the cheap.
Imma want this darling little Bath & Body Works Dracula Anti-Bacterial Deep Cleansing Soap ($10) gracing my bathroom sink this Halloween.
Isn’t he terribly cute?
What have you hauled from Bath & Body Works Halloween 2012 so far?
Available now at Bath and Body Works.
Dare ya to resist him!