Avon is jumping on board the ease of eyeshadow application bandwagon!
I’ve reviewed Eye Majic in the past which was one of the very first brands to pave the road for sheet eyeshadow application but I recently noticed that the market is becoming saturated with these sheet eyeshadow products. Everywhere I look some new brand is pimping these out.
But…props has to go to Avon for making it not only easy but CHEAP too!
$5.99 USD scores you 14 powder eyeshadow sheets. That’s a deal and a half in the Muse’s humblest opinion. Whether they work or not remains to be seen however they are getting a few raving reviews on the Avon site. Check out what folks are saying by clicking here!
If you happen to want idiot proof eyeshadow application for a nicely rounded price I’d definately consider picking up a set of these to try out. They come in eight shades and are super easy to use. Unlike other kits I’ve seen where the entire process consists of several steps this is a simple press, rub, and blend with your fingertip for gorgeous, vibrant shadow!
Can you seriously go wrong for $6 bucks, the Muse says nay and adds these to the wish list to try out!
Tried something like ‘em before?
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Click here to check out the “Majic” of eyeshadow application!
A million years ago Lush had a great bath bomb that was called Wedding Bouquet I believe…..it’s been so long now I dare say I forget but the funny thing is I bet I have a few in my bath bomb pile waiting to be used from past UK parties!
The moral of the story is that Lush now has a NEW bath bomb they released called White Wedding. I could be wrong but I think this probably smells similiar to Wedding Bouquet bomb I mentioned and if that’s the case you’re in for a serious treat! The bergamot note tells me that maybe we are in store for a seriously beautiful fizzy, yummie smell bath bomb!
I’m going to stop by Lush and grab a few and let you know what I think! If you can’t wait for my review head to your local Lush or click around online and nab a few for yourself! Each bomb is $5.95 USD and only for those that truly want to spoil themselves!
What are your favorite Lush bath bombs?
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A few months ago I did a review on Boots No7 Cleanse and Care Eye Makeup Remover that wasn’t exactly a raving one however let me direct you to your local Target or CVS to pick up a bottle of it for yourself.
It’ll put you back about $7-$8 USD but it’s prob the best amount of money you’ll spend on an Eye Makeup Remover once I tell you the greatest way to use it.
Here’s what you should do:
Go and grab a bottle, go home, unscrew the top, and dump the entire contents of the bottle down the drain.
Don’t worry, don’t worry! Have I ever lead you astray?
Now fill it back up with your favorite brand of eye makeup remover (in my case I filled it with Sephora Waterproof Eye Makeup Remover).
Presto! You have an awesome bottle for your eye makeup remover now. Ok, ok so it seems really wasteful to dump out the entire contents of a bottle but honestly the bottle alone is worth more than the remover inside!
I’ve searched a few places to find a similar style empty bottle but haven’t had much success locating one so when I reviewed the Boots a few months ago and ended up hating it with a passion the next logical thing to do was dump out the contents and reuse the sincerely awesome bottle.
Muse, what’s so awesome about the bottle anyway?
The bottle has a pump style applicator similar to those you’d see on some face creams or eye creams. This simply makes an awesome, easy, simple, and mess free way to pump a few squirts of eye makeup remover onto a cotton square and go to work removing your makeup!
I’ve noticed my bottle of remover lasts longer now that I’m not tipping the contents on a square and spilling it all over the place!
Why the hell hasn’t anyone else thought of this great bottle for removers? It sincerely works a treat and is money well spent in my humblest of humble opinions. Plus you can just keep topping the bottle off as you run low. Unscrew, fill, and Bob’s your Uncle!
The Muse likey a simple way to use her eye makeup remover and although Boots remover sucks the bottle gets a big old Muse Approval for purchase!
Try it out! Promise you’ll love it!
P.S. If you’re feeling major guilty about dumping the contents of the bottle out just use the remover! When it’s finished pour in your own remover!
Making the Most of Your Urban Decay Primer Potion
Majolica Majorca has updated it’s website with the newest Fall Collection entitled A Girl With Wings. Although the site is in Japanese it’s always nice to click around it and enjoy the interactivity on the site plus look at the pretty pictures of the new collection.
I admit that I’m not too thrilled with the collection but I will be indulging in all the items released. It’s not a huge release but most Fall Collections in Japan aren’t. Spring Collections are normally the season that Japanese cosmetic companies release bigger collections so we have to wait a bit before we see bigger and better things from Majolica Majorca and of course we have the special Holiday releases to look forward to!
The items released with A Girl with Wings are a new fiber mascara which is a first for Majolica Majorca and two new Trick On Eye Palettes. I’ll be getting all three items and reviewing them for you shortly. I think you can safely skip everything but I do recommend picking up the mascara. MJ Mascara is always on my hit list and I try each new version released. I’m paying retail for the items which is 1,500 yen per a palette and 1,200 yen for the mascara but expect to pay up to $6-8 more per palette and I’d say at least $8 for the mascara at online shops.
Do click on over to see the updates!
Love Majolica Majorca?
Want anything from the Fall Collection?
Eager to the Muse’s review?
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Enjoy other updates to the Majolica Majorca Website over the past few seasons by checking out past posts below:
Majolica Majorca Beauty in Black Collection
Majolica Majorca Miss Treasure Hunter Collection
Majolica Majorca Spring 2008 Collection
Other Majolica Majorca posts you may enjoy:
Majolica Majorca Spring 2008 Collection Reviewed
The Muse’s Madness for Majolica Majorca
Majolica Majorca Miss Treasure Hunter Collection Reviewed
I don’t really like florals all that much. When it comes to fragrances I prefer sweet, fruity, or foody blends. I love, love smelling sweet. I just associate sweet smells with being girly for some reason.
However, some products that are floral smelling occasionally make there way onto my radar one of which is Lush Limited Edition Shower Gel Ghost. A few months ago I brought some Ghost and promptly fell in love with the interesting, refreshing lily blend of it.
No doubt that Lily Savon smells like Lily of the Valley but I get more from it than that. It’s a bit lemony, a bit floral, and all fresh! I adore washing my hair with Ghost and pairing it up with this soap! The scent seems to linger with me all day and I just smell so fresh and gorgeous!
The soap is pure perfection, as all Lush soaps are, and lathers up like a dream! It’s quite like a slice of butter…..so soft, melty, and moisturizing! And that heavenly scent of lilies! The subtlety of this blend is both girly and gorgeous!
This one is on my must have list! Definitely try it out your next trip to Lush! The Muse loves it!