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MAC Dazzleglass Cremes Collection Sneak Peek
MAC Dazzleglass Cremes Collection debuts later this fall on September 24th, but we have a little sneak peek for you today, just to whet your appetite.
Dazzleglass cremes are the same shimmery, glittery goodness found in dazzleglass with more color. Based on the three I tested and played with, they do not really feel like the cremesheen glasses to me. The shimmer in these does seem even more micro-fine than dazzleglass (which I have found gritty in the past), but the formula feels thick (but not goopy), non-sticky, and sheer to semi-opaque (at least, on lips — in swatches they do look fairly opaque). (Yes, lip swatches to follow… check back in an hour or two!)
With these, I can finally see the buzz around dazzleglasses, and with better color pay off (or any!), I can see myself using these regularly and often! What do you think? Piqued your interest? Stomped out your desire?
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Gilt Groupe is having a sale on Oscar Blandi! I’m inviting you to join should you like yourself some Oscar Blandi at 30-50% off! (Gilt is invite-only.)
HauteLook is having a Napoleon Perdis sale!
The sale is going on now at HauteLook! As per usual, products look like they’re around 50% off! Not sure what I’m picking up yet, but we shall see!
(The link above is an invite-link, which is a referral link. HauteLook has opened up membership, so you are free to sign up on your own, if you wish! )
Beauty Basics: MAC Face Brushes
Beauty Basics is a series covering basic products and tools that help to make applying your makeup easier. To view the entire series to date, be sure to visit the beauty basics, or you can view posts within the series about MAC Face Brushes.
Focus On: MAC 109 Small Contour Brush
MAC 109 Small Contour Brush ($32.00) is designed to be used to blend and contour with powder products, but this brush is quite the multi-tasker. It’s a small face brush with a rounded-dome tip, densely packed bristles. It can actually be a bit too big to contour with, depending on the where and when of your face, but I actually am fond of using this brush to blend out more emollient (e.g. liquids or creams) products, particularly foundation and blushcremes.
This works well with both cream and liquid foundations, and I prefer it to the 187. (Though, I still love the 182 for foundation overall–this comes close, and the bonus is it is easier to wash.) You can also use this to apply powder products like blush and bronzer, too. It’s easy to both apply and blend out all sorts of products, so this is definitely is a brush I’d recommend picking up–plus, it is on the lower end of the price spectrum as far as face brushes go.
How do you like to use this brush?
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If you were using MAC Creme de Miel Eyeshadow?, what look would you create with it?
What shadows would you use? What would you use on cheeks? Anything added to the lips? Create a look using whatever you want, as long as you include today’s look book product!
Did you come up with a look you’d like to share featuring today’s product? You can link to your images, embed your images using HTML, or you can submit your images via e-mail to share them with readers to help give them inspiration on how to use the product!
Are you looking forward to MAC’s Colour Craft Collection? Why/why not? What are you hoping to get?
I’ve never been big on mineralized products–they just never work for me like I want them to!