Summer Collections 2013
The Benefit Matthew Williamson The Rich Is Back Palette is on sale at Sephora.com and YOU NEED it. This is one of my favorite palettes that released this Summer and I adore the combination of great shades Benefit packed into this little palette.
The Benefit Matthew Williamson The Rich Is Back Palette teams up with international fashion designer Matthew Williamson to create this flash back to the glam days of disco with vibrant shades paired up with sexy gold for a disco fab look!
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Did I tell you the way I like wearing bronzer? Blush! That’s my key! Which is why the Sephora MicroSmooth Baked Sculpting Trio is ideal for bronzer haters like me as it contains a luminizer, matte satin blush, and bronzer to highlight, get color, and glow onto your cheeks in one easy compact.
Stila Countless Color Pigments are the type of product that visually draw you in. The kaleidoscope of tie dyed shades really captures the eye and makes you want them rather badly. However, Stila Countless Color Pigments aren’t just about the pretty! They are also quite an interesting concept and are made for not only eyes but cheeks as well which make them quite appealing. Who doesn’t love a multitasking product?
As much as I wanted to love them I found in the end they weren’t all that great.
The Wet n Wild Color Icon Eyeshadow Medley Palette ($4.99) were released int two shades selections exclusively at Walgreens locations for Summer 2013. I recently hauled and posted about them earlier in June but never got a chance to review them until now.
Honestly, I didn’t really love them for a number of reasons. Wet n Wild had a consistent run with me about two years ago with an improvement in quality and some great releases. I feel the brand has digressed with recent releases and the quality has gone down and the releases are highly repetitive. The ColorIcon Palettes in particular were fantastic but releases for example like Fergie’s Centerstage PhotoOp Eyeshadow Palettes are a joke.
These Medley Eyeshadow Palettes are another reason the brand loses points with me unfortunately.
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Originally Tarte offered their Coral Crush Amazonian Clay Eye & Cheek Palette at QVC exclusively but it now has a wider launch and even Sephora has it. You might recognize the packaging here as the Aqualillies Eye & Cheek Palette also embraced the disc compact style.
I, for one, really enjoyed the Aqualillies version so I think I might just pick up Coral Crush for myself.
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