Payless once the “shoe source” might now be your beauty source as the new Zoe & Zac Naturals and UnForgettable Moments Makeup Collections, exclusive to Payless Shoe Stores, have launched.
I decided to venture into Payless for a look and I took a few pictures for you however quality is kinda meh since I was doing it on the fly as SA’s don’t take too kindly to makeup junkies walking into their shop and snapping photos of their displays.
It’s a pretty extensive collection which includes Bath, Body, Fragrance, and Makeup products. The line is divided into two brands, Zoe & Zac Naturals and Unforgettable Moments. The display is a middle island and houses various eye palettes, body mists, lip balms, glosses, etc….prices range from $19.99 at the highest to around $2.99 at the lowest. You can see some of the items I picked up for review by clicking here.
If you do want to explore and/or purchase I suggest heading in now since Payless as a BOGO offer on everything which gets you one item at retail and one at 50% off.
What do you think of the photos?
Have you seen the items in person?
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I do so always look forward to BE Holiday although I will say the Holiday Collections, Sets, and Kits have changed considerably since I first started collecting the brand. Things have gotten smaller, prices have gone up, and the collections aren’t nearly as nice as they used to be but it doesn’t stop me from taking time out to explore the offerings and see what appeals.
A few bits and bobs have popped up from the Bare Escentuals Holiday Collection 2010.
I’ve been curious about airbrushing for a long time but I’ve always been a bit hesitate to try since it seems like alot of work. There are alot of systems currently out that offer affordable airbrushing such as the Temptu. Not only is the unit affordable but it’s super easy clean up, application, and seems like a great way to get flawless coverage.
Do you Temptu?
Kat Von D stepped into a Guru’s shoes for a day and did some How To Videos for her Adora and Saint looks.
Let’s take a look and maybe discuss?
Seems like Holiday 2010 is going to prove damn expensive this year. Last year, it felt like brands skimped a little bit and produced a rehash of gift sets that we all craved but didn’t necessarily need. Blame the recession but ’09’s selection doesn’t seem half as amazing as ’10’s.
Lorac Holiday Collection 2010 proves to be another item I might have to add to my wish list.
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