Sparkle Shadow, my favorite Bobbi shadow of all time. It’s sparkly, it’s shimmery, it’s oh so gorgeous for the Holidays. The formula has undergone some slight changes since they originally introduced it as I feel like it’s thicker and packed a bit better but overall, it’s still as super as it ever way but it does take a special kind of person to love on it as if you’re not a shimmer girl, this one isn’t for you!
But if you are a founding member of the sparkle club…
Well jump ahead!
Have a highlighter list a mile long but simply can’t afford the steep prices?
E.L.F to the rescue. They’ve packaged up their Healthy Glow Shimmer Powder for the Holidays and slapped an inexpensive price tag on it.
Take a peek!
Dry skin, it’s what for dinner over here.
Colder weather=drier skin for me. Did ya know that folks with dry skin tend to age faster? Great, something to look forward to. Not cool.
Solution? Keep it as moisturized as humanly possible! Tarte 100% Pure Cold Pressed Maracuja Oil from the Amazon to the rescue!
Ahhh the ever popular Shimmering Highlighter, it’s as traditional as turkey and dressing during the Holiday Season isn’t it? You probably own tons of gorgeous highlighters, heck, you might even be that girl that stores them away in her beauty vault and takes them out only to look at, pet, and whisper sweet nothings in their ears or you might be that daring girl that dives right into that gorgeous powder, guns a blazing!
Every year I can expect to fall in love with at least four to five highlighter powders from various brands. Be it Lancome, Estee Lauder, MAC, or most important of all Chanel…everyone has some sort of gorgeous powder waiting in the wings to tempt me come the Holidays.
For the really hardcores I bet that Chanel Lumiere Sculptee de Chanel Highlighting Powder is on your Santa list.
The NYX Collection Noir is a selection of eight eyeliners in various formulas, finishes, and styles. The new NYX Satin Finish Black Liner featured in this collection brings me way back to my youth when my sister used to use some sort of red packaged black eyeliner (maybe it was by Maybelline…). I remember how she’d warm it up with a lighter, not something I’d suggest doing but seems so fitting for 80’s beauty.
Traditional pencils like this are somewhat a thing of a past now that we have an array of various formulas and retractable pencils on the market. It just seems like the old black eyeliner went through a heck of a revamp in recent years.
However, NYX Satin Finish Black Liner brings us back to days of old with a wicked little formula to line and define eyes!