Philosophy Divine Classically Coordinated Beauty Kits recently launched at QVC. These five piece sets are available in two shade selections and contain four full size Philosophy Divine makeup pieces as well as a makeup bag for $50.
Purchased separately the makeup would set you back over $70 so this a really nice way to experience the Philosophy Divine Makeup Collection. Plus add to the fact the products create a coordinated look which takes the guess work out of what colors work well together and you have yourself a practical and fabulous little purchase.
Take a peek!
Facts is facts, so far, I haven’t had reason to rant Sephora’s Skincare Collection. It’s actually pretty decent. I’m actually sad I don’t have something to harp on.
Maybe I just love being miserable?
Take a look at the Sephora Purifying Cleansing Gel, it’s a rather nifty little treat to use with your Clarisonic.
I recently started to near the end of my very last bottle of MAC Volcanic Ash Exfoliator….
Just when I thought the end of the world was near….
Word on the street is MAC Mineralize Volcanic Ash Exfoliator will be back in July.
Oh thank you skincare Gods!
Amen, hallelujah, bless be.
If you haven’t tried it, ADD room on your list for five or ten bottles when it launches and get to your counter early, it’s been known to sell out fast.
That’s right, you read it correct, there’s a new cleansing oil on the block, Sephora Supreme Cleansing Oil.
Let’s hope for cheap thrills with this one and no tight, dry feeling after use.
CK One Gloss Eyecolor is one of five new shades of glossy eye color. These come in soft, pastel shades of color in a rather large pencil at 0.14 oz in size for $17 each.
Personally, I feel eye glosses aren’t a common product in the shadow world and I tend to migrate towards them when a brand releases one. Eye glosses aren’t for everyone, so let’s take a look and see if CK One Gloss Eyecolor is for you!