Anyone doing X-Mas shopping yet? I kinda sorta am. I started way earlier as there are way too many incredible deals going on not too you know? I already got most of my friend shopping done now I can concentrate on my fam. And most important I’ve gotten my “me” gifts. Ha, selfish Muse, very, selfish.
Speaking of gifting yourself I got another lip gloss set you might want to lay your hands on. The new Benefit Glitz, Glam, & Gloss Set combines six glosses into three with a cool dual ended design.
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Hey peeps, if you’re a Sue Devitt Beauty fan and you’re in the New York area here’s some good news for you.
You can learn first hand all about Sue Devitt Beauty during a special appearance by Sue herself coming up November 14th.
Here’s the deets:
- Where: Barneys New York
660 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10021
- Date and Time: Saturday, November 14th, 2009
11:00 am – 6:00 pm
If you spend $100 during your visit you’ll receive a free Sue Devitt Starbrights Lip and Cheek Gels in Lyra and a Deluxe Sue Devitt Microquatic Blue Anti-Aging SPF 30 Protection Primer (10ML size). Spend $200 and you’ll also snag yourself a Sue Debitt Microquatic Luminous Finishing Mist as well.
Mark your calendars and meet Sue Devitt at Barneys. The Muse is going to try and clear her schedule to see if she can hop in, if you see me say hey.
The Muse admits to doing some major hauling from Hard Candy. Setting foot inside Wally world is a feat in itself people as I can’t stand the store but bringing in Hard Candy I’ve discovered a new found love for Walmart.
After hitting up Hard Candy hard the Muse has decided her favorite pick of all is the Hardy Candy Sheer Envy Tinted Moisturizer.
Hello cheap, hello awesome, hello flawless….
A little more beauty on a budget kids with the Sally Hansen Natural Beauty Inspired by Carmindy Collection. I’m little late to this ballgame as this line was introduced a while back ago and I just got a chance to try it out recently.
You know me I’m such a nitpicker when it comes to drugstore makeup. What do you think? Will I like Sally Hansen’s Natural Beauty Collection?
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The Muse wants to know, are there really people out there that work in mattes? If so, I want you to know I admire you so bloody much. Matte is probably one of thee most difficult mediums I’ve had the pleasure of working with. I’m no expert at makeup application but I do think that shimmers, pearls, creams, etc…are way easier to blend and work with when compared to mattes. Mattes are the work of the devil as far as this Muse is concerned.
However, if matte is your bag you’ll adore the fact that L’Oreal HIP now has a range of shadow duos that are matte in formula and highly pigmented.
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