Tarina Tarantino Jewel Box Palette, $78 dollars worth of gorgeous makeup housed in a pretty jewelry box. Is it worth the price? Do you need it?
I’m seeing it as a completely self indulged purchased on my part but something, perhaps the little voices in my head, told me I had to have it. And have it I did.
I simply had to share this with you! One of my readers, Johanna, is staring at me from the Philosophy website this morning! Her photo was selected by Philosophy to appear on their site via a Facebook Contest they are having in appreciation of their customers.
Here’s Johanna looking all kinds of adorable and Philosophy girl like!
If you want to enter your own photo you can do so my visiting Philosophy’s Facebook page!
Feel free to squeal and awwwww at Johanna’s photo in the comment field.
Excuse me while I go do a $50 buck Sephora order (you know, free shipping and all) just so I can get my hands on the Stila Artist’s Inspiration Palette for $15 bucks.
Matryoshka are nesting dolls. You probably recognize them as a common decorative novelty from Russia. Open the doll and another smaller will appear inside, open up that smaller one and another will be nested inside and so on and so forth thus the term “nesting” dolls.
At first glance Lush’s Matryoshka may appear as a sweet little doll but she, like the real thing, is nesting some other goodies!
See what’s inside this fabulous little doll….
You have it on my authority that Bobbi loves herself some Navajo. Girl slaps that shadow in every single eye palette she introduces.
By now, I got all kinds of a headache from an overdose of Navajo. Every single Bobbi Brown Palette I own has Navajo in it so just like trouble, I don’t go out of my way looking for Navajo, it seems to find me.
At first Navajo was a bit of a novelty. It was a good all over color base and even it’s matte formula wasn’t too, too bad speaking as a self proclaimed shimmer-a-holic here. But than Navajo was rehashed too much and I noticed I was being force fed Navajo when I didn’t ask for a second helping.
In the end I started to hate Navajo.
Until I realized Bobbi Brown made Navajo in a cream eyeshadow.