Props to you if you’ve been able to resist the Pierre Hardy for NARS Blush Palettes! Rotonde is one of two blush shades that are available for a limited time which Pierre Hardy collaborated with NARS to create.
This super size blush palette is a stunning shade of tiger lily orange and an absolute MUST have for the NARS Blush junkies out there. And hey, if you NEVER used or purchased a NARS Blush before now is a good time to start.
I recently purchased a single shade of the Etude House Color Pop Dear My Lips Talk Lipstick in 0R221. These lipsticks were launched with the Etude House Color Pop Collection in a range of ten shades and I was smart enough to only purchase the one.
You see, when Etude House does a great lipstick that really DO a great lipstick. But when they do a rubbish one, well, they REALLY do a rubbish one. Having tried many of their lipsticks from a variety of collections I’ve learned my lesson NOT to order too many at one time. Try one and proceed to haul more if they are good is my chosen method of madness.
In the case of the new Etude House Color Pop Dear My Lips Talk I’m every so happy I only hauled one as I dislike the formula.
Take a look!
Etude House I’m Blooming Brightening Wash-Off Gel Cleanser is one of the last skincare products I purchased from the I’m Blooming Collection that recently launched in Korea. I have to say the I’m Blooming Cleanser and I’m Blooming Mists weren’t all that big a deal for me. Not sure what I expected from this collection but what I got was a little boring and uneventful!
Perhaps the Brightening Wash-Off Gel changed my mind?
I came across the rather cute indivdual Banila Co Tea Party Tea Capsule Mask Packs recently on Sasa and decided to purchase a few. They are awfully priced at $2.90 each! Considering boxed facial sheet masks are $8-$10 for 10 or more masks I find it cringe worthy that a small cream/liquid facial mask are near $3 each!
But they were cute and they had Tea Party in the name and and I’m a skincare junkie!
How could I resist?
If you’ve been busy Target shopping you know the new Sonia Kashuk Monochrome Eye Quad Eyeshadow Palettes are on shelves now. These are a revamp of the original Sonia Kashuk Eye Quad and might I say a great improvement.
For Spring 2013 these were released in four color variations. What makes them so special is the fact they contain a range of different finishes inside a single quad. It’s an unexpected treat to have such a smaller quad that caters to a variety of eyeshadow textures and finishes.
Let’s have a look!