MAC Ruffian Manicure mania is sweeping the beauty scene today. I’m not a nail girl so this is kinda my half-arsed review of the Ruffian Manicure which features three different designs of press on nails.
I got my hands on the Demilune set which is a matte black finish with a gold half moon design. They are pretty wicked in theory but I’m unsure how many people are interested in a set of press on nails. Perhaps nail polishes or even nail strips would have more appeal? But like I mentioned, I’m not nail girl so I’m not an expert. What do you think?
Let’s take a look!
If there’s anything I want out of my skincare products it would be the promise of brighter skin. My skin is so dull without makeup and I’m always looking for ways to perk it up. Boscia Bright White Mask sounds interesting enough!
Take a look!
Thanks to Robin for pointing out what may be our first look at the Too Faced The Art of Sexy Palette for Fall 2012. A tiny image of the palette is featured on the Too Faced Website and it looks awful like the Lorac Bejeweled Palette Trio from Holiday 2011. Remember those?
Look at the shades in the Too Faced Palette they look awful similiar to Lorac’s trio don’t they?
This palette is supposed to launch this Fall and will be exclusive to Sephora.
I look forward to seeing it in person.
Do you think you’ll haul it?
Although I reviewed and kinda sorta trashed the Lunasol Glowing Powder Cheeks Blush in a past post I was terribly tempted by the limited edition EX03 shade that was released with the Lunasol Summer 2012 Collection.
This shade combines a pretty orange and a peachy pink in one powder that can be used together or separately.
Take a look!
the Balm has two new mascaras that launched this Summer which will either lengthen or volumize your lashes. the Balm What’s Your Type Mascara? is available in a body builder formula for plumping lashes up and giving them a thicker, fatter finish or the tall, dark, and handsome formulation that creates longer lashes.
What’s your type?
I’ll take either thanks so much or better yet give me Tall, Dark, Handsome and Built….!
But we can’t have it all and I respect the Balm for not creating a formula that promises volume and only delivers length and vice versa. Dontcha hate mascaras that promise length and volume but you come out of with one or the other but never both?
Aggggrrrrr! That stinks.
Let’s check out the Balm What’s Your Type? Tall, Dark, and Handsome Mascara first.