Givenchy: A single star-shaped eye shadow case with gold and black shades that can be used alone or combined to create a perfect bronze shade.
I just wanted to post real quick about this product in case anyone was interested in this limited edition item but still unsure. Without doing a full review primarily because I don’t believe there’s enough to say about it…I’ll say that I like it. It’s not a must, it’s a nice to have collectors item for the holiday. I will say with emphasis though that the gold is spectacular and multidimensional specialness. The last time this item was released was holiday 09′ I believe.
Yves Saint Laurent Blur Primer
It Cosmetics CC Cream
It Cosmetics Bye Bye Under Eye
Laura Mercier Secret Brightening Powder
Chanel Golden Sun Blush
Bobbi Brown Brow Pencil
Bobbi Brown Brow Gel
MAC Coquette Eyeshadow (brow filler)
Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette
Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara
Eyelure Whispy Lashes
Charlotte Tilbury Walk Of Shame Lipstick
Urban Decay Matte Revolution Lipstick ($22.00). A super creamy nondrying matte lipstick in an array of intensely pigmented shades. Urban Decay’s creamy, nondrying Matte Revolution lipstick is as rich and buttery as the original formula with a range of never before seen shades.
Yves Saint Laurent Touché Eclat Blur Primer
Make Up For Ever Ultra HD foundation
Tarte CC Corrector
Bobbi Brown Brow Pencil
Bobbi Brown Brow Gel
MAC Coquette eyeshadow (brow filler)
Tom Ford Savage blush
Charlotte Tilbury Vintage Vamp eyeshadow quad
Chanel Le Volume mascara
Charlotte Tilbury Birkin Brown lipstick
Urban Decay Urban Spectrum Eyeshadow Palette ($55.00): Featuring an array of 15 shades from Urban Decay’s iconic Eyeshadow, it features bestselling and never-before-seen hues. With a gorgeous ombré rainbow of greens, blues, purples, pinks, and neutrals, this limited-edition palette is the perfect gift for the beauty guru. This palette has five just-released shades, four top-selling shades from their current collection, and six returning favorites from past palettes (including the original Book of Shadows, The Vice Palette, and Vice 2). Each shade is infused with the Pigment Infusion System™, Urban Decay’s proprietary blend of ingredients gives every color its velvety texture, rich color, serious staying power, and blendability.
Chanel: Embrace the essence of autumn with a colour collection inspired by beautiful Fall foliage. Dress eyes in smoky neutrals with Exclusive Creation LES 5 OMBRES DE CHANEL, then add intensity and drama with STYLO YEUX WATERPROOF and LE VOLUME DE CHANEL. ROUGE COCO SHINE brings a blaze of rich red to the lips for a moody finishing touch.
I’ve never written a post about empties or have done anything even remotely like it. I know that a lot of people in the beauty community love watching empties videos on YouTube or reading about empties posts but I personally don’t love them. In fact empties are my least favorite of all types of video or blog posts. There’s something really weird, to me, about looking or being interested in somebody’s trash.
Sunday Riley: Luna Sleeping Night Oil ($105.00) is a next-generation retinoid oil to reduce pore size, improve appearance of damaged skin, and help fight wrinkles.
This is my first impression of the Sunday Riley Luna Sleeping Night Oil. I remember first hearing about this product from popular and darling beauty blogger Claire Marshall, then several weeks later I heard more beauty bloggers talking about it and eventually one of my good friends purchased it and fell in love with it. That was it, it was a done deal and I had to give it a try. I’ve always been an advocate for having healthy skin and taking good care of my skin beginning in my early 20s. I think a good part of that is because my mom has always cared about her skin and has always been a lover of makeup, all things glamorous, likely due to being a model in the 80s. I’m going to have to try and dig up a picture of her holding me as a new born in one of her photo shoots from the 80s for a throwback Thursday, that would be a lot of fun.
I am on week two of using the Luna and as the product detail suggests, results can be seen immediately after the first night of use. The only thing negative I’ve noticed, besides the cost of coarse, is that I’ve had one blemish pop up. I do believe this is likely due to the process and beginning stages of purging toxins. I’ve had only the one creep up and have had nothing else but soft, texture free calm skin. I can honestly say that without a doubt I’ll be repurchasing this product over and over again. It is undoubtedly a new and permanent product in my skin care regimen. I will however update this blog post if anything changes but I do not foresee there being any problems whatsoever with this oil.
On a side note, after reading a lot about this product prior to purchasing it, it would seem as though it is marketed for oily skin types. I must mention that I have extremely dry skin and contrary to what I was anticipating, do not feel as though I need an additional moisturizer on top of using this oil at night. This is of course the last step I use in my nighttime skincare routine and my skin feels completely balanced after using it.
Thanks for stopping by friends.
Becca: A delicate powder blush infused with micro-fine minerals that deliver a soft glow.