Before it hit the blog world the Muse was prob one of the first ones to babble Eyeko Cosmetics to the universe. This indie brand has been a fond favorite of mine for ages and ages.
Good news if you’re an Eyeko fan girl like myself as you can enjoy 25% using promo code 25percentdiscount at checkout off your total purchase. Sale is on for 48 hours only so go shop now before it’s overz and of course as with every Eyeko sale shipping is free. If you’re new to the brand might I suggest snagging my holy grail product, Eyeko Cream, loves it!
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The Muse happened to be in Sephora a few days ago and had a peep at the new Philosophy makeup display. Remember how they used to have the skincare against the wall and the shower gels kinda hanging out in a middle rack? At least that’s how mine had it. Anyway…..it’s still like that but now they have an entire display for the cosmetic line. I thought this was rather exciting as I’m hopeful it means good things are coming our way from Philosophy. They really seemed to pay special attention to their color cosmetic line this Fall so maybe they’ll consider releasing more items next season.
‘Nuff of my babblings. How about a Philosophy review to celebrate?
Ahhh the moonlight, isn’t it terribly romantic? A touch on your face creates an instant highlight and a beautiful finish. How can we bottle up the moonlight for our faces?
With Philosophy the Supernatural Moonlight! Instant traces of a luminous glow for your cheeks and face all bottled up with a sponge applicator for easy application.
Jump ahead for the review.
La Mer The Hydrating Facial Mask saturates the skin with hydrating ferments to reveal youthful skin. Dryness and dehydration are treated quickly and easily. The saturated mask is made of spun-lace cotton and contains a solution to treat skin to a spa-like experience.
Sounds incredible right?
The kicker is it costs $250. Eep!
I’d probably indulge if I had an endless flow of cash but I honestly couldn’t afford to dish out for it right now even if I wanted to. $250 for a mask is way above my budget.
Would you buy the La Mer The Hydrating Facial Mask?
I want candy. If you want to be exact it’s Philosophy I Love Candy Corn 3 in 1 Shower Gel that this Muse craves.
I happened to sniff it a few days ago and it does so smell heavenly. Very sweet vanilla with a tiny trace of corny candy. Likey!
Tis available now from Sephora for $16.
Have to have it?
I know I do.
Since falling in lust with Philip B Maui Wowie Beach Mist this Summer I keep my ears and eyes open for anything new from the brand. This Fall, Philip B introduced a few new ways to get hair in tiptop shape for the season.
Philip B. Botanicals Katira Hair Masque Universal Hair Revitalizer $40
A gentle, paraben-free rejunenvator for all hair types. This clear-gel formula sinks right in plumping up dull, fine hair or calms coarse, hard to manage hair. This deep conditioning treatment leaves hair vibrant, silky, and smooth without weighting hair down with residue.
Philip B. Botanicals Russian Amber Imperial Shampoo ($18 to $100)
A instant fix for dry, hair that will turn tresses into gorgeous, silky perfection. As you lather up you can literally feel the change texture in your hair. Great for any hair type this luxurious shampoo will get locks ready for the Fall.
Philip B. Anti-Frizz Formula 57 ($35)
Give yourself a boost of glossy shine all while keeping the frizz under wraps. Miraculously ward off frizz from your coarse, unruly hair with pure lavender, jojoba, rice bran, and soybean oils.
Leave bad hairs behind with the brand new line up from Philip B. I have my eye on the Amber Shampoo, intrigues me for some reason.
Find more Philip B. products by visiting www.philipb.com