L’Oreal has introduced four limited edition shades of Super Blendable Blush with their new Project Runway for Fall 2012 Collection.
The Queen’s Blush is one of two shades I’m really, really liking but the formula isn’t all I hoped for.
Find out more after the jump!
Urban Decay Whiskey/Zero 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil ($12) is available now as a single purchase. If it was up to me all 24/7 Eye Pencils would be dual ended. Am I right? I can so get on board with the twelve dollar price tag and having two colors in one pencil rather than dishing out $19 for one eh?
A few thoughts and swatches after the jump!
Tarte Airblush Maracuja Blush ($25) is now available in three shade selections directly from Tarte. Originally this blush launched in the Miracle of Maracuja QVC Today Special Value Set.
Those who didn’t indulge in this set will be happy to know they can now purchase the blush separately.
Let’s take a look!
As you know E.L.F. has launched a range of Studio HD Blushes ($3) in five colors.
With a rich and creamy and the promise of a soft-focus effect, these blushes could give Make Up For Ever a run for their money.
Let’s have a sneak peek at some swatches.
We’ve already looked at the Enchanted Queen, The Arty Muse, and The Wise Mystic, and here’s the fourth and final L’Oreal Project Runway Fall 2012 Color Collection entitled The Seductive Temptress.
L’Oreal calls the Seductive Temptress an unexpected, venomous look but really it’s probably the most wearable of the shade selections since it contains some nice nude, natural shades in the eyeshadow palette.
Take a look!