November 9, 2015

Don’t Forget To Haul the Bare Minerals Divine Decadence Holiday Collection Today

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Bare Minerals Divine Decadence Holiday Collection

Don’t forget to haul the Bare Minerals Divine Decadence Holiday Collection today on as it is the Today’s Special Value and includes eight Bare Minerals products for a low price of $49.

The set includes:

  • Diamond Light Mineral Veil Finishing Powder
  • Absolute Indulgence Blush in Wild Rose
  • Shadow Quickie Cream Eyeshadow Stick in Pewter
  • Baseline Silky Cream Eyeliner in Deep Brown
  • Lash Domination Volumizing Mascara Petite Precision Brush
  • Marvelous Moxie Lipgloss in Best Dressed
  • Flawless Face Brush
  • Full-Edged Liner Brush

You can order as a one time shipment for $49 today or you can get it on auto ship which means you’ll get a new set in April 2016, July 2016, and October 2016 with new seasonal shades.

Grab it now at the special QVC Today’s Special Value pricing on

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  • Agona

    I passed on this but I’d love to see your review on the Shadow Quickie Cream Eyeshadow Stick. Cream shadows tend to preform terribly on me; hooded + oily eyelids not a good combo for cream shadows. The only thing that ever worked was Lancôme’s primer eye shadows back in early 2000s–and I never got a chance to try BE’s limited edition primer shadows because those were released during my makeup no-buy years (yes, I said years. Scary!).