Baviphat, or how I’m tempted to say it, “Baby Phat”, is a Korean brand that sells various makeup bits and bobs that has a certain Benefit Cosmetics feel and look.
An extension of their collection is called Sugar Girl. The products in this collection are geared towards a more youthful crowd….of course, me being the immature one, loves anything they do in the Sugar Girl Collection. I love cute makeup, sue me.
Baviphat Sugar Girl Candy Gloss might just remind you of a gloss I reviewed many a moon ago from Japanese brand Love Clover entitled PopChu Gloss. It may be a rehash packaging wise but the formula is quite different…
Dark spot treatments seem to be taking the skincare world by storm at the moment. Everyone is busy creating some sort of system, skincare, serum, lotion, or potion to fight aging spots, hyper pigmentation, or sun damage.
The newest one to hit the market is the Philosophy Miracle Worker Dark Spot Correcting System. I happen to be a big supporter and huge fan of the Miracle Worker Pads so you know I’ll be trying this one out ASAP.
I miss you Soap and Glory but the Fall is nearing and you did promise to tell me all about your new retailer of choice here in the US come the cool weather.
For now, I’ll keep myself comforted with your latest offerings from the UK and daydream about the time I can purchase you right here in the states again!
When it comes to eye rollers you can sell me snow in the Summer, I buy into them baby.
I can’t tell you how many useless eye rollers I have hanging out in the makeup graveyard. Ones that promise to brighten, ones that promise to rid me of wrinkles, ones that concealer, ones that promise to depuff…
Most don’t live up to all their promises though but I keep buying ’em anyway!
Next on my list of eye rollers would be the new Yes to Blueberries Age Refresh Brightening Eye Roller….will it truly be the one that actually works!?
As you know from my prior post, Benefit has two brand new Sephora exclusive eye collections available created by the brand’s Global Beauty Authories, Maggie & Annie Ford Danielson.
The shadow palettes are a range of Fall friendly colors in two color selections of warmer and cooler plus Benefit teamed up with Barcelona-based illustrator Pietari Posti to create the illustrations on each palette.
The palettes feature three velvet-y eyeshadows plus two creaseless cream eyeshadows that are housed in a chunky little boxed palette with mirror.
Let’s take a look at the The Eye Gotta! The Annie Collection today which has a rather gorgeous array of Fall friendly shades to love on.