There are so many new products for the face, lips and eyes, so let’s take a look at them all, we will start with the new cheek items from YSL, Marc Jacobs and tarte.
Marc Jacobs Beauty Air Blush Soft Glow Duo, $42 from Sephora
Features two shades that merge together so you can customize your colour; ultra-lightweight formula and a radiant finish.
FYI “Air Blush is created using a process called soufflage (French for “air-whipped”) for a silky-soft, cream-like texture that blends effortlessly with the complexion.”
Shades: 508 Night Fever & Hot Stuff – cherry/ deep plum, 506 Flesh & Fantasy – ivory shimmer/ goddess bronze, 504 Kink & Kisses – pale petal/ peachy rose, 502 Lines & Last Night – creamsicle/ deep tangerine and 500 Lush & Libido – petal pink/ orchid pink.
YSL Couture Contouring Palette, $47 from Neiman Marcus
A duo with a matte shade for contouring and a highlighter to illuminate. “Use the
Who does not want a beautiful and gorgeous highlighter for the holidays season? The next few months will be mental for me in every area of life so I am really looking forward to the holidays, and the glow.
I’ve created a list of some of the highlighters that are on sale now, all of these are limited edition so don’t miss your chance to get them.
The High End Eye Candies
Subtle golden shimmer and Gabrielle Chanel’s personal emblem – a lion.
Dior Rouge Blush Midnight Wish, £34 from Selfridges
Beautiful glow and lots of little starts embossed.
Givenchy Mystic Glow Powder, $47 from Barneys
Ultra-fine mother-of-pearl with golden nuances. Can be used both wet and dry. And how cool is that star? I am still a big fan of the Givenchy highlighter I’ve got a few years ago.
A cream in stick highlighter with two shades which is easy and quick to use.
Lancome STARLIGHT SPARKLE LA ROSE A POUDRER, $60 from Macys
It comes in a a 50’s French-inspired Bijou box – traditionally meant to house loose powders. Can be used dry for a subtle highlight, or damp for
I love writing Monthly Beauty Favourites posts, they make me analyse what products I used the most, and loved the best. I am also always happy when you find a good product through my recommendations 😉
Not gonna lie, October was a rough month for me, a lot of stress and lack of sleep. Most of the time I don’t bother with a good base that much, but this month I was constantly “rocking” dark circles, horrible skin-tone and even some breakouts. I just looked very tired in general.
So to imitate the “I-am-doing-great-thanks” skin I was using my favourite Pearl Shimmering Skin Perfector by BECCA all over the face as a base to give me some glow. Since I have very dry skin, it did not look greasy or shiny on me, in fact, I loved the effect.
Then I followed with Clarins’ Tinted Moisturizer, which is one of my favourite products for face, ever. Read the review to find out why it is that special.
If you read this post, you probably know that I have been ignoring the blushers lately. So, of course I had to include
I am sorry that there were no updates for several days, work and life in general just got too busy, but I am back with yet another selection of the new products for lips, eyes and face that caught my attention. This time it is all about Illamasqua, Marc Jacobs and YSL.
They say you can never have to many nude eye shadows, and this one looks gorgeous. Inspired by the fabric swatch sheets of Yves Saint Laurent’s creative studio, there are 10 neutral shades which come in different finished; housed in an elegant and sleek packaging.
It looks like Illamasqua are finally back to their roots with
And we continue the preview of yet another contouring products releases. If you have missed the previous round-up, you can catch up here. This time the products in question are from: Anastasia, Lancome and Marc Jacobs.
After the Light to Medium palette was a big success, the brand released a new option with Medium to Tan shades.
- 6 x 0.11 oz Powder in Java, Vanilla, Fawn, Havana, Banana, Sand
- 6 x 0.11 oz Powder in 10K, Peaches & Cream, Macchiato, Nutmeg, Havana, Espresso
Marc Jacobs Beauty #Instamarc Light Filtering Contour Powder, $49 from Sephora