Covergirl has a new range of single eyeshadows out entitled Flamed Out Shadow Pots. Covergirl Flamed Out Shadow Pots are available in twelve vibrant shades for Summer 2013 and I believe they will become a permanent part of the Covergirl Collection at some point.
These are an interesting take for Covergirl as they are apparently marketed towards a younger girl with Pink being the model for the collection and the colors all being quite vibrant. The price point is quite nice as well at a mere $3.49 each at Harmons. I imagine once they hit CVS and Walgreens they won’t be as kindly priced but if you can snag them at under four bucks I’d say you got a bargain on your hands.
How are they?
Let’s take a look!
To celebrate the release of The Mortal Instruments City of Bones, NYX has created the Parallel Worlds Box a selection of products inspired by the The Mortal Instruments. The NYX Cosmetics Parallel Worlds Box is filled with six full size NYX products for $24.99.
Seriously, Jamie Campbell Bower and Jonathan Rhys Meyers in a movie? Together? My heart be still! I really adore the novels so I’m quite excited to see this, let’s just hope it isn’t as bad as Beautiful Creatures, cringe!
But…the story for now is NYX Cosmetics Parallel Worlds Box.
Take a peek!
Missha Not Over You is one of six fragrances in the Leau de Missha Eau de Parfum Collection. Typically Asian brands do a lot of powder-y scents with rose as a main note. I dub them eau de toilet paper because many smell like Charmin. Sorry…but it is true.
Missha is one of the few brands that actually develop complex wearable fragrances that are FAR from eau de Charmin smelling.
Let’s take a look at Not Over You!
StriVectiv-EV Get Even Dark Circle Corrector ($59) is a new eye cream containing NIA-114 (Niacin) that’s supposed to be a very effective Vitamin C complex to bright skin and help to reduce the appearance of pesky under eye dark circles.
I’ve been using it for nearly two months now so I thought I’d share some of my thoughts with you!
Take a look!
Although I have plenty of favs I admit that Heroine Make Eye Makeup Remover tops my HG (holy grail) eye makeup remover list. So much so that I really wish it was something I could easily purchase in my local drugstore as going out of my way to stock up on it from Japan is such a chore sometimes.
Seriously, why can’t someone create a formula like this in our local drugstores?