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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!
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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!
Smashbox Reign Collection for Fall 2009
The Smashbox Reign Collection is inspired by the ruling era of the English Tudors—an imperial court mired in salacious scandal and royal indulgence. The products featured in this collection are luxe, sexy, and indulgently sensorial, giving a glimpse into the extravagant lifestyle of royalty.
Eye Shadow Palette ($42.00)
- Majesty Peach champagne, plum burgundy, black
- Monarch Light gold, bronze, taupe trio
Jet Set Palette ($48.00)
- Matte black/dark brown, Gold and metallic brown liner duos
Fusion Blush ($32.00)
Lash DNA Mascara ($19.00)
Lip Gloss ($18.00)
- Crowned Sheer peachy pink
Doubletake Lip Color ($22.00)
- Amaretto Pinkish nude/warm nude
- Currant Deep plum/dark cherry
Available: Now at Sephora.com
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Have you checked out Sephora Favorites?
They’re pre-packaged kits/sets of Sephora’s favorite/popular products from different categories. For example, there’s Lashstash Mascara Deluxe Sampler, which features eleven different “most wanted mascaras” for $39. There are ten kits in total, from pink lips to fragrances to skin care. All of the kits are $40 or less. The kits offer a more cost-effective way to try out bestsellers and products you’ve thought about but never wanted shell out all the money for. I think I’m most interested in the Face Quenchers Moisturizers Deluxe Sampler.
- Free Bare Escentuals Matte Foundation, use code BEMATTE.
- Free Mystic Tan Sample, use code MYSTIC.
- Free Enzyme Face Peel by AmorePacific, use code AMORE.
- Free sample bag of men’s grooming essentials, use code ALLHIS.
- Free full-sized Perricone Eye Smoother, use code CERAMIC.
- Free Smashbox Photo Finish Primer in Light, use code PRIMER.
- Free DuWop Prime Venom, use code DUWOP.
Illamasqua: Lip Focus
I am absolutely in LOVE with Illamasqua’s Lipsticks (£14.00 each). The texture, pigmentation, and feel of the two I tried is phenomenal — incredibly smooth, extremely color-rich, and moisturizing. The wear time is top notch, giving me several hours and lasting through drinking a glass of water.
Encounter Lipstick is an opaque shade red that almost looks and feels like a matte, but it is more like a satiny finish with plenty of color and a soft sheen. Not every red works well on me, but this one made me want to go out and show ’em off!
Obey Lipstick is a pretty coral-pink that’s rich in color so it’s opaque, and it has the same satiny finish of Encounter. I just love when a lipstick is soft, creamy, and has a natural sheen to it. (I find it difficult to wear matte lipsticks sometimes!)
I also tried out Lily Rose Sheer Lipgloss (£12.50 each), which is a semi-sheer red with just a little bit of pink and silver shimmer. It has an ultra glossy look when applied to lips, and it did give my lips plenty of color (kind of looked like watermelon-red on me). It makes me curious to see how intense the Intense Lipglosses are if their Sheer Lipglosses can give me this much color!
Have you tried Illamasqua’s lip products? Any favorites or recommendations?
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Illamasqua: Nail Varnishes
Everybody’s been talking about new UK brand Illamasqua, and for good reason–it’s not just hype. For now, let’s talk about their Nail Varnish (£12.50 for 15ml) — I tried out Phallic, which is a rich, deep dark midnight-blue with silver-blue glitter; and Loella, which is a subtle bubblegum pink with fuchsia-pink shimmer. Both shades went on smoothly and opaque with two medium thick coats. I found the formula to be incredibly easy to work with, and I loved how glittery Phallic was without making the texture feel gritty. There’s gotta be at least ten more colors I want to try now!
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