L’Oreal Visible Lift Color Lift Blush is a contouring and illuminating blush created in six shades for Spring 2013.
These have a lightweight, mousse-like texture much like Maybelline’s Dream Bouncy Blush. The lighter texture is supposed to give skin a more youthful, healthy “lifted” look with a texture that doesn’t settle into fine lines. There’s irony in the “doesn’t settle into fine lines” because the formula made me look like I have monstrously huge pores when in fact my pores are so tiny you’d need a magifying mirror to actually see them so I can just imagine what they’d do on a finely lined face.
Take a look!
Mmmm do love the new NARS Persia Single Eyeshadow released with the NARS Spring 2013.
Do you think you can pull off this matte sunset shade?
So will the Too Faced No Makeup Makeup Fresh & Flawless Face Palette give me that flawless, no makeup look I’ve been seeking? I sure hope so!
It contains just about every product you’d need for a flawless appearance that’s natural, soft, and makeup-less looking. For Spring, I think the minimal look is ideal.
Here’s a little sneak peek of the new Sephora + Pantone Universe Color Theory Sculpting Blush releasing with the Sephora + Pantone Universe Emerald Capsule Collection.
This blush duo compliments any Emerald color accents and features two shades entitled Dusty Pink and Pink Mist.
Setting sprays seem to be trending for Spring so I was happy to see that the legend behind Speckle Primer has her own Set-nStay Makeup Setting Spray launched for Spring 2013.
Laura Geller Set-n-Stay Makeup Setting Spray is a little pricey at $29 for 4.2 oz but I’d be willing to try it and see what incredibleness Laura has created!