Tag Archives: creme
Spotted at Family Dollar, this mechanical pencil eyeliner costs a whopping $2. The packaging is lighter than other mechanical pencil eyeliners I’ve used, but in no way inferior. The color is black, but not the inky, deep midnight black I … Continue reading
Here are the final 8 shades from my sample book. Top to bottom: Conspiracy, Rapture, Amulet, ZZ, Naked, Backtalk, Stark Naked, Gubby.
Here are the next eight shades in my sample book. Top to bottom: Rock Steady, Manic, Gash, 714, Disturbed, Blackmail, EZ, Snitch. I really like Manic, Blackmail and Rock Steady. Which ones do you like?
I know what you’re thinking……. No, I didn’t rob Sephora to get all these lipsticks. I received a sample book of 25 lipstick samples from the revamped Vice line. Awesome, huh? Today you’ll be viewing the first 8 colors. Seismic, … Continue reading
The older I get, the more I appreciate Clinique lip products. They’re sort of the sweeter, preppier sister of Bobbi Brown, the other cosmetic line I think of as a “grown up” brand. Even though I’ll always love the 18 … Continue reading
A few years ago, Maybelline released their version of Revlon Lip Butters, calling them Color Whispers. I ordered one shade from Amazon a while back. Berry Ready is ready for their up close interview. Berry Ready is a berry creme … Continue reading
I bought this lipstick the same day I bought the e.l.f Prism palette. The Butter lipsticks are named as such because they are supposed to be intensely moisturizing. I think this one is. It’s a berry purple color. Pigmentation is … Continue reading
The lovely Lisa of Midwest Glam gifted me a bunch of awesome things during the holiday season. Among the new goodies was this glamorous tube of Valentine lipstick. The packaging is sinfully gorgeous. It makes me feel special just using … Continue reading
Looky looky at what I got my slender hands on. Seriously, have you seen my hands? I got them from my mother. I found Como La Flor (“Like the Flower”) through a makeup group. Someone was selling her lightly used … Continue reading