Bath & Body Works has three new, limited edition Halloween Pocketbacs available at the moment for $1.50 each (or 5 for $5) that feature candy-like scents and glow in the dark labels.
What more could a ghoul errr girl want in her makeup bag for Halloween right?
M·A·C is forever asking “Why not?” when it comes to the miracles of makeup – our medium for transformation – always exploring new ideas about the many ways we long to look and feel different for a day, a night, a lifetime. With the help of props, makeup, prosthetics, wigs and sets, artist Cindy Sherman embodies this Power of Transformation – from off-kilter Hitchcock heroine to fresh corpse, Caravaggio Portrait to Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Maven – all elaborate exercises in trying on different personas. In the campaign we’ve longed forever to conceive, Cindy Sherman for M·A·C created three characters using three different colour stories. We’re living in a time when people of all persuasions have become bolder than ever about the ways they choose to express themselves: with a colourful palette of possibilities, You are the Artist, You are your own Subject, and no matter how fearfully you begin, you become fearless in the process. We can’t wait to see what you (and the genius that is Cindy Sherman) do next!
Cindy Sherman for MAC is about the Powder of Transformation and honestly what better medium than makeup to transform us? Cindy Sherman for MAC brings us three different colour stories to create our personalities with.
Here’s your first look!
Josie, I love ya babe, but I think you should consider staying away from the entire make me a match deal.
First off, there are folks that rave your Matchmaker Argan Serum Foundation but I gotta tell ya, it just didn’t work…!
Now you have your new Matchmaker Argan Pore Minimizer, which I personally don’t get, why do we need a self adjusting primer?
But the whole matchmaker thing…let’s move on from it.
Matchmaker, matchmaker make me a match!
Imagine if the new Sephora Smoothing & Brightening Concealer turns out to be crazy good?
You know what would happen right?
You buy it and you LOVE it…and than…next season…
Dude, a combination of the arctic temperatures in my office (we keep bodies and penquins in the back room) and my SPF is drying my skin out bad. It’s like the Sahara Desert and if you look close enough I imagine tumble weeds are rolling around my cheeks.
Oh, tumble weeds, that reminds me of the Wild West and…COWBOYS AND ALIENS bitches! Excited much? Can’t wait to see that flick but a little scared that Ford might be too old to do me proud, Indiana Jones was such a hot mess.
But about my dry skin…
Finally, Smashbox has listened to my rants about their silicone primer which feels like a hundred little ants running under my skin.
Now we have Smashbox Photo Finish Hydrating Oil-Free Foundation Primer ($42) for those of us that can’t take the silicone, the ants, and those with dehydrated skin.