With all the excitement surrounding the launch of MAC Holiday 2012 I wonder, did you notice MAC didn’t do any LE packaging for Glamour Daze?
Unless you count that the compacts are a glossy black versus the traditional matte finish black that MAC prefers.
Does it bother you?
Do you like the LE packaging or are just worried about the contents and not so much what it comes housed in?
I actually don’t mind these glossy compacts. They are nice and simple and I’m not worried about using them. With LE packaging I sometimes get all anal about using the product and wanting to protect it with my life. At least if it’s basic black I don’t feel as protective.
How about you?
Although I’ve praised Lush Ice Blue Shampoo many a time I thought, since it’s cooler, we should discuss it again. Let’s just make a rule we talk about how brilliant Lush Ice Blue Shampoo when Summer turns to Winter and Winter to Summer.
Because mint in the Winter is all kinds of fun! And mint in the Summer is all kinds of cool and refreshing…!
MAC Small Vanity Blush is one of three blushes released with the MAC Glamour Daze Holiday 2012 Collection.
This is actually the most unique of the three and one I’d say is worthy of a haul if you’re dithering back and fourth between which shades to add to your cart and which to not add.
MAC Feminine Edge Fluidline from the MAC Glamour Daze Holiday 2012 Collection is most definitely my favorite of the three gel liners introduced.
The promo image alone caught my eye and I knew I had to have it. If you like Bobbi Brown Ballet Sparkle Eyeshadow you must get this!
I purchased several E.L.F. Jumbo Eyeshadow Sticks recently as they looked like a rather great bargain. Much to my delight I had smashing success with the E.L.F. Jumbo Gloss Sticks so this was promising for the Eyeshadow Sticks.
These are mere $2 bucks each and come in ten shades. Quite a value when compared to budget brands like NYX who also does a jumbo eyeshadow pencil as well.
Did I love them?