Spring is in the air kids and Sephora has a good deal of awesome up their sleeves for the season! The new Sand Illusions Baked Eyeshadow Palette and In the Tropics Moonshadow Baked Palette are just two picks I am completely coveting at the moment.
But if the shades in those palletes aren’t appealing to you perhaps the Sephora Spring In Soho Eye, Lip & Cheek Palette is more your speed with its contrast of soft pastels and nude, natural shades.
You know how passionate I am about my Sephora Moonshadow Baked Palette so of COURSE I want the Sephora In The Tropics Moonshadow Baked Palette.
Although I wouldn’t complain in the least if ELF decided to do a Studio Baked Eyeshadow Palette in this color variation ahem, so I could get it cheaper maybe?!
But if not I’ll grab it anyway because I need a little bit of the tropics in my life with weather that feels like below zero insanity outside my window.
It’s ok to covet the Kat Von D Esperanza Eyeshadow Palette ($36) because I’m right there with you. Even though the colors in the new Esperanza Eyeshadow Palette aren’t something I’d typically navigate towards I still have this urge to hoard away every single eyeshadow palette that Kat Von D introduces.
I’m not alone in that am I?
So yeah, I’ve def tried mousse makeup before but most of the formulations I’ve tried have come out of Asia and I’ve never actually seen one in the US….
Maybe I have.
I’m getting old I can’t remember all the makeup I’ve tried.
Needless to say I was intrigued by Elizabeth Arden Flawless Finish Mousse Makeup because not only did it comes in an array of shades but also a unique formula that as I said above isn’t typical of US brands.
I do tell myself from time to time that I’ll go on a beauty diet but today is not that today especially since seeing the Sephora Sand Illusions Baked Eyeshadow Palette ($15).
And so cheap too?