Fall Collections 2012
Prestige Cosmetics has released a new Total Intensity Eyeshadow. You have to love something with a name like “total intensity”, must mean they are crazy pigmented right?
I’m not counting my chicks yet though because Prestige is a brand that hasn’t always garnered my undying love and attention.
Taking a note from fellow brands like Covergirl and Too Faced, E.L.F. has introduced an Essential Primer Eyeshadow that acts as both a primer and a color cream eyeshadow.
I’m always terribly confused by products like this. Are they meaning for it to be a cream eyeshadow with a built in primer so that shadow lasts all day? Or are they meant to be used with shadow on top, which kinda defeats the purpose of a color base wouldn’t you agree?
Either way these are cheap as chips and could prove nice for the cream eyeshadow fans out there.
I’ve long since hit pan on my Benefit Confessions of a Conceal-a-holic. That’s why my eye is on the new Benefit How To Look The Best At Everything Palette.
Yeah, no secret, I’m a total concealer h0r. Facts is facts, before eyeshadow, before blush, I head right for the concealer.
I’m always hunting for the next great concealer and strangely enough I sometimes hope and wish I won’t find my HG concealer so I can happily keep hunting and trying new ones.
The new Benefit How To Look The Best At Everything not only contains concealer but other key pieces for creating a flawless face.
Take a peek!
I have my eye on the new E.L.F. Little Black Beauty Book Python Edition that will be available at Target shortly. I really like the Little Black Beauty Book I already have. I’m not sure if it’s necessary to indulge in another as the shades are probably really similiar but it sure looks tempting for six bucks!
Take a look!
Sorry about the delay today with posts. I had a few hiccups with my server today and it seems like it was a downward spiral after that. I have a ton to do on my desk so a little slow going.
As you know from my prior post I’m updating today on the newest Target Color Collections for Fall 2012. The NP Set Fall 2012 looks interesting as I saw a natural palette that caught my eye.
Take a look!