The Physicians Formula Shimmer Strips Custom Eye Enhancing Kohl Kajal Eyeliner Trio in Nude Eyes was recently launched as part of a new shade selection for Spring 2013.
The actual Kajal Eyeliner Trio isn’t new by any means as Physicians Formula started offering them I believe last Spring if memory serves correct.
Now I seem to be in the minority as I dislike the Custom Eye Enhancing Eyeliner Trio. This seems to get raves across the board and I believe its because you get three pencils in one set. Hey, who doesn’t love more? However, I find the pencils dense, less than creamy, not in the least pigmented, and just meh…they bore me. I want intense, creamy eyeliner…these seem to dryly drag across my lids leaving behind lukewarm color.
Having said this I expected similiar results with this set.
I was every so worried that the newly launched NYC New York Color Cosmetics Sparkle Eye Dust Eyeshadow might turn into a frosty mess but a swatch later and I’m convinced I’m going to love these.
Take a look!
I don’t have images yet but I did get a press release for the next Sephora + Pantone Collection featuring Pantone 17-5641 Emerald, the color of the Year for Spring 2013.
I promise to follow up with images as soon as I can but here are some details!
Once upon a time, back in the 90’s, when it seemed like Jean Rochefort was much younger by not a lot, he starred in one of my favorite French films, The Hairdresser’s Husband.
As with many French films I’ve watched, The Hairdresser’s Husband contains its fair deal of sex, passion, romance, love, and some sadness.
The story revolves around a 12 year old version of Jean Rochefort’s character who falls in love with his hairdresser. Later on in life he romances and marries a similiar such hairdresser. Obviously his wet dreams about his childhood crush have carried well into his adult ones. And so begins an odd romance….!
Without giving too much away there’s a scene in the movie that showcases the characters having a drink of cologne and aftershave because they don’t have any liquor. It’s morbid, comical, and it always made me laugh.
Funny enough, leave it to Lush, to create a perfume based on this foreign film and dub it the Hairdresser’s Husband. I’m surprised that Lush didn’t make it edible as well so we could wear it and drink it as well.
But sorry, no reenacting fabulously memorable movie moments here, this is simply for wearing not drinking.
Don’t lie, I know how obsessed you are with shimmer spritzers! Physician Formula Bronze Booster Glow-Boosting Shimmer Veil might fill your budget sweet tooth with an inexpensive sparkling bronzer in a rather cute little mister bottle.
Yes please, how Guerlain like of you Physicians Formula.