Although I’m freakish about using fingers to apply lip balm I am completely in love with Too Faced Beauty Balm at the moment. Gorgeous stuff! But…problem…it comes in a tin and you need to apply with fingers, ugh so frustrating but I’ll put it aside since the formula rocks my world.
Like many fine years pasts, Philosophy gifts us with some seriously lovely gift sets for Holiday 2010. If you’re a fan of the brand these are sure to appeal as a gift for yourself but we shouldn’t be so greedy eh? For friends they are are equally lovely and the perfect pampering gift to put anyone in a festive, giving mood.
With Sleek Makeup making the rounds on the Beauty Blogsphere I thought it was about time I took the plunge and reviewed some of their selections.
Sleek Makeup is available exclusively in the UK at Superdrug locations but the brand is nice enough to have a handy dandy website that ships to the US, sweet eh? Most of the raves surrounding the brand are over their eyeshadow palettes which are proclaimed as inexpensive and mad pigmented. I purchased a palette a while ago that I never used it and most recently another one when I indulged in the Sleek Makeup Pout Polish.
I thought it was about time we dove into Sleek Makeup and see what all the hype is about.
Wanna check out the Pout Polish?
Oh how I missed you Fabulous Eye Color Palettes! Bare Escentuals Fabulous Eye Color Palettes are back for the Holidays and I couldn’t be happier. I adore these.
This one time at band camp…
You know a story is coming on dontcha?
I purchased a Bobbi Brown Concealer Palette from QVC a few years ago and I didn’t love it but the more I used it the more it grew on me until suddenly one day I found I couldn’t live without it. The palette came with a Bobbi Brown Dual End Concealer Brush. One side had a typical smallish concealer brush and the other had a blending brush which you could use to apply powder under your eyes to set concealer. Now at the time of my purchase I was suffering some serious dry eye syndrome and I was just discovering that indeed age was creeping up on me and placing powder anywhere near my eyes was a big no-no unless I wanted to age myself by 50 years. The Bobbi Brown Dual End Concealer Brush changed all of that. It became a staple item in my daily makeup regime, an absolute essential item, the I can’t live without you brush of choice…you get the point.
Tragedy struck earlier this year when I lost the brush.
OMG! Horror! It disappeared one day and was never to be found again. Some folks consoled me, told me go out and purchase a blending brush from MAC and use that but it was honestly never the same thing.
So I spent near $80 bucks on another Bobbi Brown Concealer Palette, which I didn’t need considering I had plenty in my other, just so I could get that beloved brush back.
Yes, it was worth that much.
For some odd reason Bobbi doesn’t sell this duo alone but she does have an eyeshadow blending brush that’s similar but not the same so splurging for another concealer palette was well worth the purchase to get back that beloved brush!
You, lucky enough, don’t have to go through the same drama of finding this brush because it’s available now in the Bobbi Brown Deluxe Mini-Brush Set for Holiday 2010.