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Demand more quality face-time. New moisturelush lasts longer, richly hydrates, protects and primes skin for a smooth, more perfect makeup application. Velvetize cheeks and brow with moisturelush cream. For immediate cushion and luminous optics that appear to lift and firm skin around the eyes, moisturelush cream. For immediate cushion and luminous optics that appear to lift and firm skin around the eyes, moisturelush eye cream. Use both to energize and emphasize assets every day.
MOISTURELUSH CREAM PROFILE
A densely hydrating face cream that helps to moisturize and protect facial skin. This new formula provides immediate moisturization while creating soft and luscious skin. Provides rich lasting moisture, moisturizes dry, chapped skin, and maintains skins natural barrier. Glides on easily with a silky application and ample playtime. This comfortable, non drying formula helps create an even surface for smooth, more perfect makeup application. Apply to face, morning and night, after cleansing.
MOISTURELUSH EYE CREAM PROFILE
A densely hydrating eye cream that helps to de-puff while it lifts and firms the area around the eyes. This new formula provides immediate cushion and luminous optics provide a rejuvenating glow. Ophthalmologist and Dermatologist tested. Non-Acnegenic. Apply to clean, dry skin under and around the eye, morning and night.
Suggested Retail Price $30.00 U.S./$38.50 CDN
MOISTURELUSH EYE CREAM
Suggested Retail Price $28.50 U.S./$36.50 CDN
December 26, 2007 at all MAC locations, 1.800.387.6707 and www.maccosmetics.com.
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If you were using MAC Real Desire lipglass, 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 Real Desire! Feel free to share links to photos of your look(s) using it in the comments.
What kind of makeup do you wear to work/school? Do you have any rules or restrictions? Do you break the rules or follow them?
At school, there are no restrictions or anything, BUT since very few around me wear much noticeable makeup, and I often do not have the time (or simply do not want to wake up to make the time, ha!) to do a full face, I’m usually found in minimal makeup at school.
As far as I’m concerned, spring has sprung, because I’m diving head-first into all of the tantalizing spring collections launched. Dior’s Flower Blossom collection is no exception, with its flirty, fun springtime colors in pastels and feminine hues. I haven’t tried everything there is to be had from it, of course, but I played with one of the most gorgeous quints I have ever laid eyes on (Pink May), discovered a gorgeous my-lips-but-better-color im Amber Camera (and Brown Close-Up is surprisingly lovely), found a great lid contour color in Flirty Brown, and a darling pink highlighter in Blooming Pink. I really wish I could have had tried out the Flower Blossom palette, as well as the Spring Bouquet quint. Maybe next time
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Kasha shares a delightful eye she calls “Pinkocity” with us!
- Define the eyebrows with STUD Eye Pencil.
- Apply Silver Fog Eye Shadow to the browbone and inner lid with a 242 Brush.
- Using the 242 Brush, apply Courtly Grey Eye Shadow to the crease.
- Evenly apply Passionate Eye Shadow to the centre and outer lid using a 217 Brush.
- Apply Carbon Eye Shadow into outer crease and lid with a 217 Brush.
- Line the upper lashline using Boot Black Liquid Eye Liner.
- For your lower lashline, use Feline Eye Kohl Pencil.
- Apply Plushblack Plush Lash Mascara to upper and lower lashes.
- For extra diva-lious drama, apply #36 Lashes to upper lash line.
- Line lips with Quartz Lip Pencil.
- Fill in with Craving Lipstick using a 316 Brush.
- Top it all off with Angel Cream Plush Glass.
- Contour cheek bones with Desert Rose Powder Blush using 168 Brush.
- Dust Ambering Rose on the apples of the cheeks with 116 Brush.
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Why do you love makeup? What is it that draws you, keeps you there, and always wanting more?
I love makeup because it gave me a way to regain some confidence and feel beautiful again. Of course, in the past, I felt a bit more reliant on it than I do these days, but it was a great way to boost my self-esteem. I love playing with the different colors and textures, trying to see what I can come up with. It’s just good fun that feels utterly indulgent and luxurious.