The Bobbi Brown Eye Couture Collection is available now at Neiman Marcus. I got mine a few weeks ago and have a review and swatches planned for it shortly.
Until I get around to my swatches, here’s a little sneak peek!
Let’s take a look.
Although the TokiDoki Roberry print hasn’t proven too popular with most of us, I’d still say that the release of a palette in this particular print is enough to bring many TokDoki fans to its knees, especially when said palette includes enough makeup to create three or more face looks.
Have you seen the new TokiDoki Robbery Palette?
I’m sorry dears.
I missed a few goodies from Lush Holiday 2010 here’s the rest of the line up. I slipped the images into a slideshow for you to enjoy, please visit my blog if you’re reading via RSS to enjoy this post!
Real wine, along with fresh grape infusion for a fresh, tropical scent!
The scent of Christmas brandy!
Bubblegum, pink tinted balm!
The taste of this balm is unbelievably moreish. Mixed in with the syrup, we’ve added Japan and carnauba waxes with extra virgin coconut oil to form a moisturising layer on the lips and keep them safe from the nip of winter.
We use cranberry seed oil to moisturize, lemon oil for fragrance and toning, and almond oil to smooth down. A sizzling sherbet for lips!
Red wine and brandy infused with cinnamon and clove infusion for spice and fresh fruit juices.
Visit my other Lush Holiday 2010 post by clicking here.
If you’ve been burning and yearning for The Skin Food Salmon Dark Circle Concealer Cream but had no way to purchase it because it’s available in Korea, you might want to check out Pixi Correction Concentrate as it’s a pretty decent dupe of Skin Food’s version and you can get it at your local Target too!
Dark circles are the worst and many people suffer from them and seek out the best possible way to conceal them. Many makeup artists will tell you the best way to diffuse darker circles is by adding in peach or yellow concealer to correct the darkness.
This is what Pixi Corruption Concentrate is meant to do. Diffuse, erase, and brighten using a peach base.
Does it work?