Victoria’s Secret has extended it’s Beauty Rush Makeup Collection by leaps and bounds over the last year or so. New items pop up seasonally as well as of late. I think these are all rather cute spontaneous little purchases that are worth a buck or two that we lay down on ‘em plus budget beauty shoppers can take advantage and get several items for considerably less than any one item they’d settle for at Sephora so everyone’s happy all around eh? Plus now that the Holiday Season is approaching so quickly these will make cute grab bag items, stocking stuffers, or small pressies!
If you’re a fond fan, you’ll be happy to catch a glimpse of the Victoria’s Secret Beauty Rush Makeup Collection for Holiday 2010 your next stop in shop.
Take a look!
Ahh the Harajuku Lovers Wicked Style Collection launched recently. Anyone sniff ‘em yet? I haven’t but I’m gagging to try ‘em out. None to impressed with the velvet-y bobble head bottles, I thought the old girls were way cuter, but regardless I find some of the scents are always keepers with each launch.
I know some of you emailed me asking when I’d review and I’m working on it soonish so no worries, give you the deets shortly.
Until that time, here’s a break down of the new girls!
I’ve been stalking every drugstore in New York trying to get my hands on two of the Wet n Wild ColorIcon Holiday Palettes I don’t already own. It’s becoming borderline obsessive.
I haven’t been this hyped about makeup since Givenchy released its Diamond Powder!
Sonia Kashuk Holiday Collection 2010 has launched at Target. Yay! Budget beauty at its best. If the Sephora Friends and Family Event has proved a bit too much for your purse or you’re just strapped for cash, this is one collection you’ll want to keep your eyes on. Not only does it include some great brush sets for under $20 but also some fabulous, sparkling makeup for the Holiday Season!
I consider myself a bit of a tomboy in some ways but lord knows I love pretty things and that’s all about being a girl. I’m also a fond lover of collecting vintage Victorian and art deco vanity pieces. Some of my collection is worth quite a good deal of cash and wanting other pieces only adds to that large tab.
Which is why, for a very long time, I’ve been a fan of Lady Primrose. Speaking of pretty things…..
Lady Primrose has graced my vanity for a good number of years and although prices can be higher up it’s not nearly the amount you’d spend at auction for antique vanity pieces plus the fragrances that the brand launches are an incredible extra. I’ll be telling you more about the brand very soon but today I thought I’d do a brief review of their blotting paper.
Take a look!