Good morning world!
I gave you a brief glimpse into the Milani Spring Collection 2010 yesterday. How you feeling about those new liners? Likey?
I don’t have official images yet but I do have a Milani Catalog which shows most of what is up on offer for Spring ’10. I thought I’d share a few pictures with you!
The Skin Food Milk Shake Point Make Up Remover was created to remove eye makeup and water proof eye makeup. It’s a dual phase remover much like Lancome Bi-Facil which has to be shaken up (not stirred…little joke there) to be used.
The Skin Food, as you may already know from my past babblings, is a line available in Korea which is well known for it’s line of “good for you” skincare, makeup, and body care products. I’ve been busy exploring the line further lately and only have great things to say about it.
Jump ahead to hear what I think about The Skin Food Milk Shake Makeup Remover.
Milani hittin’ up the Spring season with a brand new eyeliner that has the look of liquid metal in a waterproof, paraben-free formula.
Oh how I likey it!
Check it after the jump!
Mmmm god I hate silicon primers but the silly cute packaging on Bihada Ichizoku FORCED me to buy it.
After my review on the Aqua Gel from Bihada Ichizoku a reader kindly requested I review the primer. Lucky enough I do in fact own it so doing the review was easy.
Bihada Ichizoku Make Up Base is a silicon base primer so I haven’t given the product as much love as I should have but it’s nice none the less!
Take a little jump!
It’s none to shocking that Alice, Wonderland, and the Mad Hatter are becoming quite the popular topic of cosmetics and beauty as of late. With the release of the film come March and a few fan girls (and boys) who actually read and loved the book, it shouldn’t come as any great surprise that the beauty (and possibly the fashion one too) world is cashing in on Wonderland.
Although I have yet to try it myself, I recently ran across a cute Etsy shop entitled Mad Hatter Soap Company.