Either way, I’m somehow hopeful they actually improved the formula as I didn’t love it my first time around. And actually felt kinda bad because so many people proclaimed what a HG (holy grail) eye makeup remover it was.
Yeah, it kinda does resemble a milk shake as it’s a bi phase remover that has a milky liquid on the bottom half and a more oil-like one on the top. Shake it and it becomes a milky substance for whisking away eye makeup easily.
My main issue with it was it created trippy cloud vision. As much as I’d like to turn the lights down low, throw a few colored scarfs over my lamp shades, and put on a little Hendrix on while enjoying my tab dropping lack of vision I can’t say I feel completely comfortable when something weird is up with my eyes. I have a panic attack when I need to get them dilated.
So here’s hoping new packaging means an improved formula!
Have you every used Skin Food’s Milk Shake Makeup Remover?
Dontcha just hate oil cleansers or eye makeup removers that give you cloudy vision!?
Heads up Victoria’s Secret Pink fans a new Nail & Lip Collection is on the horizon for Fall 2013. I wonder if Beauty Rush will get a kick to the curb and a new Pink Makeup Collection might take its place?!
Take a look as I’m sure you’ll love some of these nail polish shades if you’re a nail girl!
Time for long lasting dramatic lips on the cheap! Sephora Long Lasting Vinyl Lip Lacquer is on my hit list for Fall….maybe…depends on the formula but from what I’ve seen I think I’ll love all over this bolder lip colors.
But there’s a catch they only have ’em in two shades.
Oh suckage is me.
But the $14 kinda rocks.
Perhaps a little dupe of Make Up For Ever Aqua Rouge do you think?