I’ve been using corrector palettes since the dawn of time, no, I’m not that old (time frame of use exgerrated for dramatically purposes). I’ve always found that they lighten up my complexion and make it look more flawless.
The new Avon Professional Corrector Palette was created by Jillian Dempsey and features not one shade selection but two which is a bit unusual when it comes to corrector compacts since they normally come in one range of color.
Let’s take a peek!
Although I’m slightly obsessed with keeping my makeup in place most of my obsession is keeping my eyeshadow in place which luckily I succeed at thanks to Urban Decay Primer Potion.
I do believe I’ve come to terms with the fact that just about everything else will disappear as the day progresses but thank god my shadow remains in tack.
One thing I’m really not concentrating on is whether or not my blush will hold out through the day but I love the idea of someone that’s already thinking about it and creating products to keep it locked in place.
Mally’s new Ultimate Performance Long-Wear Inner GlowBlush has a nifty, built in way to keep blush locked in place for all day wear. A primer for your blush?
It could happen!
MAC stacks are back! MAC Crushed Metallic Pigment Stacks were originally released with the Spring Colour Forecast.
Dare I say I haven’t made proper use out of the ones I already own? But for some reason I generally love these even though I’m not giving the ones in my stash enough love.
Let’s take a look at the two new variations released with the MAC Surf Baby Collection!
MAC originally released SunTints with the Baby Bloom Collection. For Summer 2011 they bring them back for the Surf Baby Collection.
Here’s a look!
MAC has two Powerpoint Eye Pencils releasing with Surf Baby. I was playing around with one of the two, Blue Noon, this morning.
Here are some swatches and thoughts!