Benefit Watt’s Up! officially launched yesterday. Will you be hauling it?
To celebrate Benefit has launched a fun game show style video featuring some of their best and brightest highlighter stars including Watt’s Up!
Take a peek!
Benefit Watt’s Up is the latest highlighter to join the Benefit family and features a delicate champagne glow with a cream to powder finish.
I’ve swatched it for you already but a review is upcoming shortly.
It’s available now for $30 at
What do you think?
Which are your fav highlighters from Benefit?
Baby if pastels are your bag you might just find the joy in the new Art of Powder Street Art Eye Shadow Palette from MAC but even if you do you might find it sorely lacking.
MAC In the Abstract is one of three new powders releasing with the MAC Art of Powder Collection. This is a highlighter with a paint splatter-like design.
I think the beauty collector factor should filter in here with the Art of Powder release however many will be disappointed by the overall performance of the powders or at least I have been thus far.
Let’s take a peek at the In the Abstract Highlighter.
One of the most exciting releases from MAC recently would be their
Art of Powder Collection which includes three limited edition powders for eyes, face, and cheeks.
The interesting designs of each powder should make them an instant want for collector’s however I’m finding the quality proves a little finicky on most of these.
Let’s take a peek at Optical Bronzer and see what the good word is.
Dude, I totes started out my Paint Pot life hating ‘em.
But I’m all about ‘em since their original release three or so years ago. I actually like them now and seek them out. It’s hard changing my mind once it’s made up about a product so count this a one as a mile stone.
MAC Posh Paradise sees the release of eight limited edition shades of Paint Pots. Fans of the product should be very excited.