Victoria’s Secret Pure Seduction Eau de Parfum is one of two new perfumes that VS introduced recently. Love Spell, a personal favorite of mine, was the other fragrance which I review for you earlier this week.
I’m terribly excited about these fragrances and I have hopes Victoria’s Secret will created more. I’m unsure at this point if these are limited edition. If they are I better stock up because as much as I love the mists and body care I found they have a short wear time and my skin simply sucks them up.
These EDP formulas are much stronger with a longer linger and great throw.
This is a popular concept at the moment in Korea and many brands are releasing their own versions. If anything at all the consistency is more of a creamy mousse versus an actual cream foundation. The texture is really quite interesting!
Well, I did purchase these together so I thought that lightening wouldn’t strike me twice. Thus I decided to try this formula in the hopes it would be better than the pads.
I’m unsure if Almay has every offered bottled eye makeup remover before. I honestly can say I don’t recall it and considering they have new displays popping up with a variety of eye makeup removers perhaps this in fact a new product. But feel free to correct me if isn’t as after all those pads were merely repackaged as I learned. Oh woe is me.
Cover Girl Flamed Out Mascara just came out and promises maximizing volume in a waterproof formula. Being a long time hater of most all Covergirl mascaras I had hopes the Flamed Out Mascara formula would be a game changer.