Urban Decay's Primer Potions are "the most legendary primer in the beauty industry. Eyeshadow Primer Potion is coveted by makeup artists and makeup junkies alike because it guarantees more vibrant eyeshadow that lasts for 24 hours and NEVER CREASES! Once you experience it's powers (plus how smoothly it glides on - an added bonus) you'll never want to be without it." Today I'm reviewing Eden the matte version of this iconic eye primer. Urban Decay's Primer Potions come in two sizes - Full Size (11ml/$20) and Travel Size (7ml/$9). Urban Decay is cruelty free, though their parent company, L'Oreal, is not. This eyeshadow primer was made in America.
Friday, November 21, 2014
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Lush says "next time your little sweetie asks you for a treat, satisfy their candy craving with Pink FUN. This vanilla and tonka scented bubbler delivers a cheerful childhood blast from the past. The sugary scent will remind you of your favorite childhood treats. Resist the urge to take a bit of this bright roll, despite how tasty it may smell. Instead, we recommend you mold this one into a pair of portly pigs or collection of pretty bonbons, then crumble under running water for mounds of creamy candy bubbles. Simply delicious!". If candy sweet scents aren't your thing, Lush offers four other scents. Each roll of FUN Soap contains 8.8oz and sells for $6.95, pretty reasonable for a Lush product. Lush is a cruelty free company, and most of their products, including FUN Soap, are vegan friendly.
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Pixi's Endless Silky Eye Pencils are "waterproof, super long wear, no-smudge, no-budge eyeliners. They glide on like seamless silk, and in a single sweep motion create a solid jewel toned line. No retouching required all day - or night! Gentle on eyes, yet intensely coloured and super silky." Each Endless Silky Eye Pencil contains 1.2grams (.04 oz) and cost $12 a piece. There are fourteen shades to choose from, this review focuses on Black Cocoa. Pixi is proud to be a cruelty free brand. These eyeliners are made in Germany.
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
I picked up the Sugarpill Pro Palette at IMATS waaayyy back in September, and have barely touched it because I intended to photograph and swatch it properly before I played with it. Well, when you're up all night and bored like I've been for the last few days, it gets harder to resist temptation. I played around and came up with this look, and I kinda like it, so I decided to share how I came up with it, step by step.