Smashbox has a thing for pairing up shades to suit your eye color and skin tone this season. First their new Master Class Customs Color Sets which are shades suited to three main skin tones and now their new Photo Op Eye Enhancing Palette.
As you know I’m quite the fan of Mally’s Poreless Face Defender plus Dior has their own little version available as well.
Stop the press.
Want a budget friendly version?
Smashbox’s cult favorite, Halo, embraces a new packaging and application technique for Fall 2011.
Meh, I probably have tons of shades in my stash that I can use to do up a nice smoky eye.
However, why oh why do I find myself tempted by the Laura Mercier Classic Smoky Eye Palette?
I find the sudden flow of dark spot correctors on the market recently very interesting. Clinique started the fade up last year or so and this year, particularly this season, we’ve seen various treatments from not only higher end brands but also drugstore ones as well.
I personally go into these purchases with the hope of two things. One, brighter skin and two, I have some darkness around my lower jawline that I’d like to lighten.
Lancome Bright Expert Dark Spot Corrector & Radiance Activator promises results in as little as four weeks. I’ve been using it for a bit longer that so I thought I’d finally settle in for a review.
Take a look!