Holiday Collections 2011
Depending how you look at the Stila DayDream Palette it’s either really exciting or really ho-hum. I happen to fit into the realms of being kinda excited about it and kinda meh about it. Stila released a massive palette like this last year and I generally liked it but fast forward to this year and it gets a bit repetitive and easily duped.
I will say the Daydream palette, in terms of packaging, is visually pleasing. I say “visually” since it actually isn’t practical or user friendly in some cases but more on that later. The price is a very nice $18 as well so if you’re seeking to gift something a little special this is quite cute.
Let’s take a look!
I happen to be old enough to remember the Urban Legend that was spread across my school about Little Mikey, the kid from the Life Cereal commercials, who mixed a deadly combination of Pop Rocks and Coke and proceeded to explode and die.
Ahhh youth. Did we ever really believe this crap?
Lush has absolutely no issues with including Pop Rocks in their new Pow Wow Lip Scrub.
I have a theory that Wet n Wild rushed along their success a little too quickly. Last year, they came out with not only an outstanding Holiday Collection but also some very key catalog items that proved incredibly good for a lower end drugstore cosmetic brand.
This year, they made some valid attempts to top themselves but so far I’m not entirely impressed with the LE offerings particularly ones they released for the Holidays.
Let’s take a look at the Wet n Wild ColorIcon Eye Kit for Holiday 2011.
I admit that sometimes I get a little case of makeup burn out, hey, it happens to the best of us cosmetic junkies right? But damn I had a really fun time playing with the Sleek Makeup Berry Collection for Holiday 2011.
Imma tell you, it’s not the easiest makeup to pull off due to the vibrant, bold shades of berry but with a little patience you can create an outstanding look for the Holidays using this three piece set.
Take a look!
I know many of you were in lust with the Magie Deco Holiday 2011 Coffret and were curious where to get it.
I’m happy to report that it just launched today on Good Dealer’s website. I’m not affiliated with this site in any way, shape, or form but I have ordered from them in the past and find their pricing decent and their ship time is fairly fast.
If you want the coffret, which is quite limited and rare you might want to haul it from here. It’s $90 plus shipping fees.