Philosophy My Heart To Yours for Spring 2014

philsophy spring 2014

It’s never too early for Philosophy Valentine’s Day offerings! Philosophy My Heart To Yours is a new fragrance hitting shelves for the Spring 2014 season (and it’s ready for gifting to your Valentine) available in a gift set as well as full size Philosophy products.

Take a look!


Riri Hearts MAC Holiday Available Now at Nordstrom

Riri Hearts MAC Holiday Collection

If you wanted to purchase some of the Riri hearts MAC Holiday Collection you can do so now at

Here’s a list of some of the reviews I’ve done so far on the collection:


Happy Shopping!

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L’Oreal Pop Shades Colour Riche Balm Review & Swatches

L'Oreal Pop Shades Colour Riche Balms

L’Oreal Pop Shades Colour Riche Balm ($9.79 at Duane Reade) are a newly formulated L’Oreal Colour Riche Balm in four new, limited edition shades for Winter 2013. The original line of L’Oreal Colour Riche Balm runs sheerer but these new Pop Shades are supposed to be more pigmented. I was excited about this as I really liked the original formula. Yes, it is sheer but it is a nice balm overall and many of the shades have an MLBB (my lips but better) finish.

But honestly, the excitement stems from the fact they decided to add a bit more pigment here as the actual texture of the balms is wonderful so with a touch more color it tips them in the awesome sauce zone.

Take a look!


Benefit Lollitint Review & Swatches

Benefit Lollitint

Benefit Lollitint is a new Candy Orchid Tinted Lip and Cheek Stain that Benefit recently launched for Spring 2014. Perhaps Benefit had some prior knowledge of the new Pantone Color of the Year for 2014 because this purple shade of cheek stain is RIGHT on trend for the Spring season.

Take a look!


Chapstick Hydration Lock Review

chapstick hydration lock

Chapstick Hydration Lock ($2.99) is a new an improved Chapstick formula created with CoQ10 and hyaluronic filing spheres to hydrate lips, retain moisture, and give them a fuller appearance.

Wha?! All that for under three bucks?

How’d it work?