Friday, September 28, 2012

Swatch: E.L.F. Studio Blush in Pink Passion

I've been wanting this blush forever but never wanted to make an online purchase. I finally found it in stores and had to get it.

Friday, September 21, 2012

Haul & Swatches: Physicians Formula Happy Booster Rose Blush & Light Bronzer

Physicians Formula's Happy Booster line claims to boost up your mood. They contain Euphoryl, which is a natural plant extract that is shown to promote a feeling of happiness by mimicing the effect of endorphins. They're also supposed to help protect the skin from environmental stress.
*On my nails: Revlon Colorstay in Cafe Pink
They're both Hypoallergenic, Paraben Free, Non-comedogenic, & Dermatologist approved.
The blush has 0.24 oz. of product with the price of $12
The bronzer has 0.4 oz. of product with the price of $14
Rose Blush, Light Bronzer
They also have a subtle scent of violet, which I don't find noticeable unless I really try to smell it.
Light Bronzer
Rose Blush
Rose Blush, Light Bronzer
I'm so excited to use these. I love the shades of both and the fact that the bronzer is a nice light shade. I will definitely be doing a review on both in the future. 

Have you tried the happy booster line yet? How do you like them?

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Lip Swatch: Revlon Balm Stain in Honey



This shade was one of the most popular shades that other girls loved because of its natural and appealing shade. It's a my lips but better shade.

Lip Swatch on Revlon Balm Stain in Cherish, NOTW, & an Update

 

Hi everyone! If you've been trying to visit my blog within the past 2 weeks or so, you may have noticed that there was an error. I am in the process of changing my blog name into something I can really work with. Also, the 16th of this month marked the 2nd year anniversary of my blog and I was so upset when I couldn't post anything on that day. But anyways, I will be doing a separate post about my blog anniversary soon. ^_^ 

So, to end this post, here's my n.o.t.w. in Revlon Colorstay Cafe Pink

Sunday, September 2, 2012

Review & Lip Swatch: Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain in Charm


Charm is a light peachy nude shade

My Review
Charm is not as pigmented as the other Revlon Balm Stains; I did have to swipe it a few times to get this shade. It doesn't leave a noticeable stain on my lips throughout the day like the brighter shades do. This was actually the shade that I wanted the most. If you put it on dry lips, as you can see, it won't apply nicely, so make sure you exfoliate prior to using the balm stains. The Revlon Balm Stains have a hint of moisture and leave a nice glossy shine, so they're not drying like other lip stains tend to be. Also, they have a minty scent which I really like. 

Price
$8.99, give or take
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