Summer Collections 2011
Maybelline recently released their new Color Sensational Pop Sticks to a great big hooray from me. I was so excited when I found a display of these at my local drugstore and to add to the boon of that discovery they were also marked at $4.79 each! Yay budget find!
Visions of a better budget versions of DuWop Iced Teas danced through my head.
Were they any good?
Fare thee well Stila Beach Palettes, your chapter comes to a close with the release of the final Beach Girl Palette, Living the Life in Laguna.
Might I add that this could prove the best of the five palettes released this Summer?
Check the swatches tell me what YOU think was the best Beach Girl Palette!
As we head into Fall I really have to remind myself that Summer isn’t quite over yet and we’ll still see some warm weather well into September so tinted moisturizer? It’s so in on!
Fusion Beauty Prime Results Tinted Moisturizer has graced my collection for the past two or three months and its actually become a staple for daily use due to its incredibly moisturizing formula, my dry skin likey!
Let’s take a look!
Wet n Wild hasn’t always been a brand on my hit list. Let’s face it, the packaging screams cheaper, the price makes us wonder how anything that costs less than $3 could be an effective cosmetic product, and our inner snobs demand we stay far away from it.
But you can call me wrong and make me eat my words about Wet n Wild because the brand does, indeed, have some hidden gems amongst all those $1.99 price tags.
Recently, they introduced a selection of six ColorIcon Trio Palettes for Summer. The Wet n Wild Dreamweavers Collection contains all of these trios for a limited time with a price tag of merely $2.69 each (prices will vary depending where you shop it). Some of these palettes are quite exciting since the shade selection is much like the Holiday ColorIcon Six Shadow Palettes.
Let’s take a look at some of the Wet n Wild Dreamweaver ColorIcon Trio Palettes.
Kiehl’s Super Fluid UV Defense SPF 50+ is a milky type SPF that’s oil-free and lightweight for protecting skin against both UVA and UVB rays. Those who have dabbled in Asian sun protection will understand the use of “milky type” as that’s a reference to the formula which resembles a runny liquid, ie, milk.
This is one of sunscreens in the mid-range due to it’s generous size and and nicer price tag of $34.
Let’s take a look!