One thing I missed about living in London is definitely scouting through Boots and Superdrug for awesome drugstore finds. And during my recent trip back there in the fall, I picked up the Sleek I-Divine palette in Original (£5.49) that has quickly become one of my staples.
At $50 a pop, NARS Firming Foundation is definitely not your every day foundation. It contains a patented Polypeptide Firming Complex, Gatuline RP, brown algae, organic gotu kola, boswellia along with Vitamin C to reduce inflammation, relax facial muscles and promote collagen production meaning you can be wearing makeup and slowing down the aging process at the same time.
After MAC Couture and The Stylistics, comes MAC’s third annual couture collection, Monogram. Like the previous collections, all products are limited edition and come in a super luxe, over-the-top packaging. The collection is available at all MAC stores, Saks locations, select Nordstrom locations and Henri Bendels and http://www.maccosmetics.com.
When I finally got my hands on Skin Food Black Sesame Hot Mask, I was more than thrilled! Black sesame has always been one of the staples in Chinese culture and is widely known for its health and beauty benefits to internal organs, skin and hair.
So my NARS Jolie Poupee Duo Eyeshadow has finally arrived and just as I expected, this duo from the NARS Holiday 2008 collection is gorgeous!
NARS Jolie Poupee Duo Eyeshadow
During my recent trip to Target, I picked up the Sonia Kashuk Blending Sponge. This palm-sized sponge retails $9.99 and is a great knockoff version of the legendary Beautyblender.
Beauty Blender vs Sonia Kashuk Blending Sponge