Everything, and I do mean EVERYTHING, is turning up roses with the new TokiDoki for Sephora Sodashop print! I recently showed you the brand new palette and makeup bags in this print and had myself a Johnny Rockets kinda moment after seeing it (remind me to tell you about Martin and his ability to stand up and dance with the workers at Johnny Rockets whenever they perform Night Fever when we go there, it’s the highlight of my Johnny Rockets experience!)
Needless to say you might be feeling Johnny Rockets-like or maybe a bit Sonic-like but the fact of the matter is the print just gives that 60’s Sodashop, burger joint feel a new meaning!
Let’s take a look at some of the newest items featuring this great print, P.S. Siberia plays an important role here too!
Tokidoki Bellina Blush $22
Two shades of sheer, buildable shades of contrasting blush shades!
- Skate Girl
TokiDoki Cromatico Eyeshadow Palette Polpettina $25
A two-tiered palette with four harmonized shades and a collectible charm inside.
- LA Gun (dark blue gray)
- Candy Cane (white)
- Adios (black)
- Polpettina (matte pink)
Tokidoki Siberia Blush Brush $25
A makeup brush with an angled precision tip.
TokiDoki Gelato Lip Balm Stain $9
A lip balm with moisturizing and staining properties.
- Ciao Ciao (glossy clear)
- Donutella (sheer coral strawberry stain)
- Pink Martini (sheer hot pink stain)
- Skeletrina (sheer grape stain)
I’m going ahead and throw it out there for everyone, as I do believe most of us agree, that the Luminosa Powder and the Inferno Bronzer were a bit disappointing when the collection was originally released for the first time. So it’s really nice to see them making strides with a new blusher which I hope doesn’t apply too frosty or shimmery. So far the line not only proves cute but functional in my experience as the make up does sport a good formula. I’m quite excited to try most of these products particularly the balm which is oh so affordable and sweet. Granted, if you’re more of a sophisticate that prefers elegant packaging this won’t be your bag but for those of us that are a kid at heart, well, it goes without saying we squeal hard when packaging like this pops up.
Anything appealing to you?
What’s your experience so far with Tokidoki for Sephora?
The Spring 2011 Collection is available online now at www.Sephora.com