Exclamation: Expressing triumph, approval, or encouragement: “Yay! I just shot a zombie in the forehead and survived to tell the tale”.
Noun: A negative answer: “Nay, I’m not going outside and shooting those zombies, you do that shiz!”.
A game of yay or nay today starring Victoria’s Secret Dazzleshine Lipgloss. Available in six shades with a shimmer finish and a brush applicator these little beauties are the newest addition to the Beauty Rush Collection, which sadly, hasn’t been updated in a little bit.
I haven’t tried them yet. GASP! Shock! I know right? So I can’t participate in this yay or nay session.
But have you tried ‘em?
Yay! Can’t live without ‘em!
Nay! Don’t like ‘em, meh!
Do give the good word!
We can go ahead and date my makeup life when I say that I remember when Eyeko was sold at Sephora.
Come on, there are people out there that remember that right?
Well, Eyeko grew up or maybe I should say grew little….
Higher levels of SPF are typically found in tinted moisturizers. Seems like SPF remains the most stable in tinted moisturizers and wears the best. I notice anything with a high level of SPF in a foundation either gives my face a white cast or ends up separating the foundation formula.
I do think that, what I dubbed the “year of the SPF”, will continue this Summer with foundations sporting higher and higher sun protection. Last Summer, SPF took front seat and we saw SPF products with levels of 50 and above. The year before, it seemed 30 and under were the trend. Granted, this is within the US of course.
Lucky enough, someone finally woke up, and last Summer we saw some great products with higher levels of SPF than ever before.
That’s why I’m quite excited to check out the new Philosophy Divine Flawless Foundation which sports a whooping SPF 50. This is possibly the highest level of SPF I’ve ever seen in a foundation product here in the US market.
Take a look!
As I suspected, I’m so damn good at predictions, Bare Escentuals has introduced several shades of pressed blush. Bare Escentuals Ready Powder Blush isn’t a great surprise as the introduction of the Ready Eyeshadows was a brief prologue of things to come.
Of course, it is an exciting release simply because people generally enjoy the BE experience but not the messy application so a pressed format of the blush will make application run a bit smoother. Buxom has new pressed blushes as well but I wasn’t particularly keen on them, dare I say they were a little too vibrant for me but I’m quite curious about these.
Take a look, see if any shades call your name! As for me, I’m hoping for a pressed version of Fruit Cocktail, my HG (holy grail) BE blush of choice!
If you’re heading in for a haul on the new Physicians Formula Cashmere Wear Ultra-Smoothing Blush you might want to go with the Natural shade since the Rose is very close, with a minor difference, to the new MatchMaker pH Powered Blush in Rose.
Another words, you simply don’t need both products in the Rose shade *wink*!
Let’s take a peek at this one, see what the good news is.