May 29, 2018

Rodin Olio Lusso Illuminating Powder is a Must for Mermaids

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I imagine if you want to be a mermaid the first step is purchasing this Rodin Olio Lusso Illuminating Powder ($50). I mean really though, as tired as I am of mermaids and unicorns even I want to get my hands on this!

The talc-free formula is a gel powder formulated that gives skin a gorgeous ethereal glow but that’s not really what’s so excited about this highlighter. Nope, not caring about the highlighter portion at all! I’m all about the design! The powder is printed with a pretty mermaid lounging under the sea with starfish and shells. Adorable!

It’s a bit expensive but this is one of those highlighters that begging to become a part of my beauty vault.

Rodin Olio Lusso Illuminating Powder is available now at and

Oh by the way, it isn’t mermaid related but I got an e-mail that Something in the Rain hit Dramafever (and also Netflix I think!?). I sadly can’t watch it at the moment so I’m depending on some of you to tell me how it is! I heard great things.

Jung Hae In plays a younger guy who falls in love with his sister’s older best friend. Jung Hae In is 30 years old but he has just the baby face to pull off the part. I’ve seen a few clips over the last several weeks (it aired in Korea back in March and just recently ended its run) and it looks rather cute.

If you started it already let me know how it is!


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  • MM Curator

    OMG thank you so much for the heads up! I saw this at British Beauty Blogger and knew I needed it for the Museum, since I’m obsessed with mermaids and the collection is designed by artist Donald Robertson! Off to order!

    • Isabella Muse

      My pleasure hope you snagged it ;-D I ordered it too and it is as gorgeous in person as it is in the promo!

  • kjh

    You are so right! Best embossing/surface treatment EVER. Who could use this and destroy it?

  • lara / the glossarie.

    Just have to pop in and say 1) this powder looks INSANE. I need it. And 2) I don’t know how long it’s been sitting here above the comments section, but your bio is ADORABLE. *Like-minded individual raising her hand!!!*

  • soubida

    The drama was no good. It was so dark (like the cinematography) and gloomy all the time.. the backstory wasn’t very interesting and the reason why the mom hated Jung Haein was ridiculous as well. Oh, and her ex was also out of this world ridiculous. Honestly only watched it for Jung Haein.. and it was still really not that great.

    • Isabella Muse

      I just started it, I’m into ep2! I sadly read ahead though on dramabeans and sounds like I’m in for a good cry! I’m watching it for Jung Hae In too! He’s such a cutie!